You can find a highly effective and quality snow blower for under $200. There are many options for your winter snow needs. Here is a listing of some of the high rated snow blowers at a cost you can afford.

The first is the Snow Joe 6.6 Amp Electric Snow Thrower. This is just one of the many snowblowers you can find for under $200. The price of this machine is anywhere from $100 to $150 depending on where you purchase it. It was designed for driveway clearing, but also works well on spaces like patios.

It is very lightweight and easy to use. If your snow level is six feet or smaller it is like using a vacuum using this machine. It is electric, so you need to make sure you have an electric cord long enough to deal with the snow clearing job you need to get done.

Another inexpensive, but highly rated snow blower is the Yard Machines 8.5 Amp Electric Snowfox Snow blower. This machine is a little more expensive, but still well below the $200 cost. You can find this snow blower for about $160.

With this machine you determine which direction it will throw the snow. It seems to have less distance when throwing the snow to the left or right. It is light and effective and it comes with no assembly required. This snowblower also requires a plug in.

The cord on this machine is a little harder to deal with, but it is worth the cord hassle because the machine is so great. There are even more snowblowers under $200. The Toro Electric Power Shovel Snow Blower is one of them.

This machine can be purchased for less than $100 and it is quite a deal. This machine gives you less control of where the snow is thrown, so it might take a little time for you to get used to navigation.

The Toro Electric Power Shovel Snow Blower does not work great on hard packed snow. You might still have to use a shovel to chop up hard packed snow, but other than that this snow blower is well worth the low price.

Finally another snow blower under $200 is the Yard Machines Electric Snow Buster. This machine is only $130 is cost. It pushes the snow far out of the clearing range, which makes it easier to keep the space you are working on clear. It is lightweight and easy to maneuver. It works well on driveways and patio spaces.