Troy-Bilt prides itself on offering the “Toughest Tools in the Shed.” When it comes to maintaining the landscape and the exterior of a home, the Troy-Bilt product line offers something for everyone.
The Troy-Bilt mark originated in 1937, bringing to market the first American-made rear tine rototiller. Adapting a German design to meet the needs of the rocky American terrain, the first Model A-1 rototiller was manufactured in Troy, New York by C.W. Kelsey. With great success, the brand has evolved over the years to include products ranging from lawn mowers and standard yard care tools to larger machines designed for agriculture use.
Features of the Toughest Tools
Troy-Bilt manufactures two varieties of snow blowers: single-stage and two-stage. Living true to their motto, Troy Bilt emphasizes greater capacity machines, carrying six different models of snow throwers within the two-stage line, while offering just one blower in the single stage line. Trademark features include the Just One Hand Â© operation, which allows operators to adjust the shoot direction while operating the snow thrower. Models come equipped with an electric start to allow easy ignition in cold temperatures. Additionally, models include a 4-cycle engine, as well as serrated steel augers for easy and clean removal.
What Customers Say
Largely, customers report that the two-stage blowers cut through heavy, wet snow like butter. Of the six two-stage models, three models received 4 1/2 out of 5 stars, as rated by customers. These models include the Storm 2410 Snow Thrower, the Storm 2620 Snow Thrower, and the Storm 3090 Snow Thrower. The remaining three models received low to moderate ratings or were not reviewed by customers.