Snow Blower Ratings

    Let it snow! The best snow blowers clear sidewalks and driveways, and have easy steering and precise throw control.

    View our ratings and reviews and browse our buying guide to find the best snow blowers.

    Three-Stage Gas Snow Blowers (2)

    Three-stage gas models are the latest breed of snow blower, aimed at homeowners who have to contend with 18 inches or more of wet, heavy snow.

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    Two-Stage Gas Snow Blowers (37)

    A two-stage gas snow blower is best for heavy to medium snow up to 16 inches, while a compact two-stage gas snow blower is best for only medium snow up to 16 inches.

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    Single-Stage Gas Snow Blowers (18)

    A single-stage gas snow blower is best for light to medium snow up to 9 inches.

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    Single-Stage Electric Snow Blowers (2)

    Single-stage electric snow blowers are best used for light snow up to 6 inches.

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    Single-Stage Battery Snow Blowers (10)

    A single-stage battery powered model is best for light snow up to 6 inches.

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    Two-Stage Battery Snow Blowers (4)

    Overall score is currently based solely on our test ratings. We don't yet have survey data to rate for predicted reliability or owner satisfaction because this is a new category to the market.

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    Power Snow Shovels (4)

    These can generally clear up to 6 inches of snow. Both corded and battery-powered models are currently on the market.

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    All Ratings

    You can spend as little as $200 for a snow blower that will handle light dustings or well over $1,000 for a snow blower that takes care of heavier snowfalls. Wherever you live, our snow blower buying guide will help you find just the model you need to blow away Mr. Freeze.