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Craftsman 11683 21" 123cc Single-Stage Snowblower

Item# 07111683000P | Model# 11683 | Added on March 12, 2012 |
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Craftsman 11683 21" 123cc Single-Stage Snowblower
$399.99
$479.99
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Clear Paved Surfaces Using this Craftsman 21" Snowblower Prepare for winter by bringing in this Craftsman 21" 123cc single-stage snowblower so you need not break your back trying to shovel snow. Equipped with a powerful 123cc 4-cycle engine, this snowblower clears your drive and pathways in no time so you can keep work appointments even on a day of snowfall. Simply guide the blower using the ergonomic gull-wing handle while the 190° rotating chute gives you control over which way you blow the snow.

  • Clear snow from driveways, decks and pathways using this Craftsman single-stage snowblower
  • Maneuver the blower easily thanks to the ground-engaging auger paddles that pull the machine forward
  • Roll the blower smoothly across surfaces on the 8" x 1.5" wheels
  • Snow Claw auger technology scrapes the ground clean and then throws the snow farther in a convenient direction
  • The mitten-grip start handles mean no more frozen fingers while you try to start your snowblower
  • The 13" intake height means you can clear a lot of snow from small spaces with just one pass
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By famoffive
March 1st, 2013
worked like a charm

We had bought this to replace a really really old one we had gotten from my folks. We didn't need much just something that moved the snow. It was easy to assemble and the only issue I had was getting the oil cap off and getting in the oil without spilling it all over, needed a better funnel than I had. It really throws the snow and even the slush. I bought it in time for the 8 inches that we got that day. I am very happy with the purchase of this blower.

25 found this review helpful
Criticism
By Snowcrap
January 4th, 2016
Don't waste money

We bought this machine last year. It worked fine the first winter. We tried to start the machine for the winter of 2015 but guess what? It doesn't work. I tried many times and the start cord ripped off. I tried to call customer service for support and after getting transfer from agent to agent for about 10 times they finally told me to go to Sears for repair. I've been waiting for about a month and SURPRISE it will cost me $200.00 for repair. It's not under warranty. So don't waste your money, buy something that's worth your money.

20 found this review helpful
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searscom

Excellent value, works well

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This is a single stage small size 4 cycle engine snowblower. It's perfect for my small single family home use for driveways and sidewalks. It handles wet snow if you are a little patient and works very well with light/dry snow up to 12" or so. Easy starts,
easy to use, and the value for the price is excellent.

March 22nd
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searscom

Great product and service

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Purchased through Sears website. Great communication and follow through with delivery.

March 9th
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searscom

Worked one time

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It only worked the first time I turned it on. Second time it snowed, didn’t turn on. Shouldn’t have to worry about this for a brand new snowblower.

March 6th
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Great buy!

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This is the best $400 I’ve spent in a long time. It worked extremely well in all directions and did not bog down at all.

February 3rd
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RPH1
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Not 100% satisfied

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First the screws were too tight and they needed to come off in order to put on the chute. I needed a wrench and its hard to screw due to limited space around the screw holes when trying to put the chute on. 
Also it takes alot of effort to start. My arm gets tired. The handle seems too thin for the unit. Not totally happy.

January 30th via mobile
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