Poulan Pro Pr 241 Review

By October 10, 2016Tools
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Power Steering: Like the Ariens DLX Sno-Thro, turning the Poulan Pro PR241 is simplified with power steering.
Electric Start: Push a button and this machine fires right up. Electric start is practically  essential on cold days.
Remotely-Operated Deflector: Remotely controlling the chute is great, even better is determining the angle of the blown snow without stopping. This feature is especially handy on windy days.
50-Inch Handle Height: Be able to adjust the handle for taller operators saves strain on the back, neck and shoulders.
No Headlight: Without a headlight, operation is limited to daylight only, a luxury not everybody may have.

Francis K.

About Francis K.

Francis K. doesn’t stray too far from his toolshed. In fact, other than a brief stint at college, he’s been working on DIY projects or professional woodworking since he was a teenager. If it involves handiwork and a little elbow grease, he’s your guy.