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Husqvarna ST 227P has been developed for homeowners who need a high-performing snow blower to clear snow from large garage driveways and paths. It works regardless of surface type thanks to the adjustable skid shoes. This 2 stage snow blower has been designed for occasional use in all snow conditions. It has an efficient two-stage system with high throwing capacity. The handle has adjustable height for comfortable use. Friction-disc transmission and power steering ensure extra smooth operation. Features heated handle grips, LED headlights and electric starter for work in all weather conditions.
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I'm a 5'2" woman and appreciate the adjustable handles. Used once in deep light snow. Cleared deep snow easily. Threw snow exceptionally far when needed. Bogged only once when clearing side...Read complete review
I'm a 5'2" woman and appreciate the adjustable handles. Used once in deep light snow. Cleared deep snow easily. Threw snow exceptionally far when needed. Bogged only once when clearing side of the street against snowplowed embankment. Liked the panel controls for the chute. Don't know if the heated handles worked; they didn't feel warm. Machine seems solid and had no trouble in snow deeper than the auger housing. Would like to try this in heavy wet snow but already found major issue with this machine. An annoying problem is the limit of rotation in the chute. 180 degrees is not enough! It made my work much, much more difficult in negotiating where to send the snow. Clearing the end of the driveway required throwing snow into the street (against the law here and my neighbors DO complain, so yesterday I also had to clear the street when I was done). The top of my driveway has a set back garage, so I either threw snow into the side of my house (no thanks, with that power it would rip off my siding), or clear with small inefficient patterns in one direction to tackle that end in a forward motion so I can throw snow in front of me. My old snowblower had a 270 degree rotation which makes putting the snow where you want it very easy. Why would Husq. not give the same flexibility to its customers? If there is a fix, workaround, or something additional to buy to achieve this I would be willing to pay extra because the rest of this machine is great, so Husq. if you're listening, please respond! However this limitation is such a problem for me that I am considering a return because it is THAT inconvenient to me.
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I bought this snow blower on Jan.25, 2015 at store L., on Jan. 27, 2015 we got a few feet of light fluffy snow. It was great I loved the power...Read complete review
I bought this snow blower on Jan.25, 2015 at store L., on Jan. 27, 2015 we got a few feet of light fluffy snow. It was great I loved the power steering. But the hand warmers didn't work and I didn't care because I own gloves. I knew I made the right choice of snow blower. I was upgrading from a 1974 Brand A., to a brand new Brand H.. Then on Feb.2,2015 another storm about a foot of light fluffy snow again. First the machine wouldn't back up then wouldn't go forward on and off. to put it mildly I wasn't happy. The next day I returned it to Store L. and told them I didn't want another Brand H.. So I went to the Brand A. dealer and bought a nicer machine for a lot more money. I am a 64 year old male who takes very good care of all my equipment. I will never buy anything else from Brand H. unless they do something for me. The man on the phone said I should have taken it to a service center which would take 2 to 3 weeks to look at it. I will enjoy telling others about my dealings with Brand H.
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3 hours of use and have a broken blower .won't STAND BEHIND
from Canton ct
Comments about ST 227P:
3 hours on new blower and weld broke on auger. Twisted up nice. Took to a dealer and said they won t cover it.. the weld was bad. Held in 1 little spot. I know my welds. He said that was like covering shear bolts. I said talking about shear bolts, isn't this why they put them in? So stuff like THE AUGERS do t get damaged? To me if the weld broke before a shear bolt, must be a BAD WELD!!! I DONT LIKE PRODUCTS WHERE THE PEOPLE DONT STAND BEHIND THEIR PRODUCT!!!
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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Very pleased; does a great job
By Harley Road King
from Weston, WV
About Me Novice
I bought this snowblower to deal with the winters in Appalachia and couldn't be more pleased. The first time out, about two months after I bought it, we got a heavy snow of two feet and the ST 227P did a fantastic job; it cleaned my driveway thoroughly and with ease. The only issue I had was getting use to coordinating the hand controls (steering, blower direction, etc) but had it mastered in a few minutes. Using the electric cord over the pull start option is a genuine blessing. After two years, it still starts easily, runs great and lives up to expectations. I only wish that the reverse was a little more powerful, but that's a minor issue.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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I would not buy this product again.
By Gary M.
from Rochester NH.
About Me Professional
My Dad bought this new near the end of 2015, He used it maybe one time, for a short period. He was diagnosed with cancer around the same time he bought it. so he never really used it. Then in January of 2017 after a battle he died. And when his Estate was split between other family members i had an option to buy it for only $175. I figured i could not let this machine leave the family. I have for many years appreciated Huskqvarna chain saws. And was expecting that i was getting a very good deal on this snowblower. The first time i used it was last weekend 12/10/17. With only 5" of snow it seemed to be working pretty good. Then it started to rain a little, after that, this thing was almost useless. It started to snowplow the snow, and then the drive wheels would not even spin. I am disappointed that Husky puts this on the market. They have always had a good name before. But this thing? It looks like a snowblower and sounds like a snowblower. But living in the New England area, this should not be called a snowblower. I call it JUNK !! My Dad would be very upset if he knew what he paid full price for this thing. The only thing good i can say is the motor runs nice, but it does seem underpowered for this size. I am putting money back into my old Ariens. I cannot count on this Husky to clear my driveway. I hope Husky can fix this big problem somehow. Somehow they should make this right !! At least stop selling them right now. I have to do my part and warn everyone i can about this.
This is a great machine
from Oswego, NY
About Me Do-It-Yourself
When we moved down here we kept our home up north with the several hundred foot long driveway, so I left my 17 hsp, 34" cut machine up there and bought a new Husqvarna ST 227P for our place down here. We are in an area that gets serious lake effect snow. We are beginning our fourth winter with this machine now. It always starts. It has worked very well for me. The power and snow handling ability are just what I would expect from a machine of this rated hsp. The only problem I've had with it is failure to start that was a fault of an electronic ignition module gone bad the third year. The dealer replaced it under warranty and had me going again within 2 days. I changed the oil a couple of years ago, probably should again pretty soon. When I see people having problems with belts, etc I have to wonder what they're doing wrong or if they work for competitors and are just trashing Husqvarna products. I have a Husqvarna chain saw, leaf blower, weed eater and two lawn mowers and they all run like champs with little maintenance, maybe even some abuse. My wife has a Husqvarna sewing machine. If this ever dies I will buy another one, maybe a little bigger.
Easy to use, powerful
from New York
Simple to turn on, super powerful and made it up and down our long, hill of a driveway. Chewed thru almost 2 ft of snow. Tricky to learn the handles and shooter at first, but really easy once i got used to it. Def recommend.
POWERFUL SNOW BLOWER
from WILLISTON, ND
HAND WARMERS IS A JOKE, DON'T BUY IT FOR THAT, I'VE USED A TROY BUILT BLOWER AND THOSE HANDLE HEAT GOOD
Sadly I would not buy this product again.
from Auburn Maine
I was very excited to get my first new snowblower.My expectations were high as I have several other Husqvarna products. Lawn tractor and chainsaws.However the first time I usued it it bogged down so much it was near useless. My excitement turned to disappointment. When I realized my 10 year old 5 HP outperformed it. I returned it to the store and got a refund. I am really disappointed.
Extremely pleased with this snow thrower
By Desert Rat Jim
from Pagosa Springs, CO
I have a vacation home in Pagosa Springs, CO and sometimes get greeted with 30-36" of snow in my driveway upon arrival! This snow has gone thru a month or two of thawing and freezing which would be a horrendous job to shovel by hand. This snowblower has the power to chew thru the crusted snow and throw it 30-40 feet. I am puzzled by other reviewers complaining about the 180 degree's adjustable chute, because that is very suitable for clearing driveways and sidewalks. Additionally, the chute directional adjustment is very easy to set with each pass on the driveway or sidewalk. The second stage easily throws the snow 30-40 feet even if slightly wet snow. The power steering takes a little play time to get used to it, but it is a great feature to have. The first pass on the frozen snow is a slow ordeal, as it is best to go slow and let the machine do the work at its own pace. I suspect people may be tearing up belt drives because they are trying to push the machine past the machine's normal performance speed. I love this machine and its Solis performance and construction.
First and last Husky product
By Joey L. Fan
from Manchester, Connecticut
My wife bought me one three years ago for my birthday from a dealer not a big box store. When it was delivered in 30 degree weather my first question was why doesn't the engine need to be choked. The persons reply and numerous calls to the dealer were the same answer the new EPA requirement the engine doesn't need choking as long as it starts. The first storm was a huge disappointment as the machine is underpowered. I could not go into six inches of snow higher than second gear. Each time I called the dealer they replied the snow was heavy and the engine was underpowered. Midway into the season the impeller belt began to squeal, I was told it was the deep snow getting into the belts. My reply was why did this never happen with my old. MTD purchased from a big box store. There was more than one post about belts shredding. In the off season it went back to the dealer where it did indeed need a new belt. Adjustments were made to scraper blade and runners, which should have been performed before it was delivered to me. After this season it will be sent to another dealer who felt they may be able to help.
First Blower, Happy
Bought it Dec. 2014. Lots of snow that winter. Kept on truckin' through fluff and heavy wet stuff. Last year not too much snow, this year used 4 times so far. Ran over my barbecue tongs which haven't seemed to compromise it. The traction is not so great on steep slippery areas but I move it from side to side if it slips a bit and it bites. I think there are chains available. The chute could go another 10* either way but use your common sense to compensate. Blow house side first and any snow that doesn't make the bank will be picked up as you finish "away" side. I feel fortunate I have not had any belt issues. I am a 61 year old woman and find this machine a helpful tool.
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Snow is fed into the housing by an auger and then discharged through the chute by an impeller.
Adjustable handle height for improved ergonomics.
For easy speed changes depending on snow conditions.
Convenient trigger control power steering allows superior maneuverability in adverse conditions.
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