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Honda HS720ASA

MSRP:   $899.00


Bronx, NY
In Stock
Lawn and Garden
1 Miles



These compact machines pack a lot of snow-moving power. With an easy-starting Honda GC190cc engine, the HS720 has a light, space-saving profile that’s smooth to maneuver yet carves a 20" path while throwing snow up to 33' with force often found in larger, more expensive machines. This single-stage design allows performance that outperforms some competitive two-stage models. The auger assist drive helps move the HS720 when the rubber-edged auger contacts the surface. And the replaceable rubber blades help clear snow in smooth areas right down to the surface. Honda’s HS720AA and HS720AS models feature the Snow Director Chute Control which allows easy control of the distance and direction of snow removal. The HS720AS model features plug-in AC electric start for added starting convenience. All HS720 models feature large, operatorfriendly controls, glove-friendly fuel tank caps and a heavyduty auger housing that stands up to harsh conditions.

• Pounds per minute clearing (max): 1,800*

• Clearing width: 20"

• Clearing height: 12"

• Throw distance (max): 33'*

Fuel-Efficient Honda GC190 OHC Premium Residential Engine Fuel-efficient, Honda 4-stroke technology for easy starts and the kind of reliability you’ve come to expect from Honda.

Easier Snow Removal With Auger-Assist Drive Designed to offer years of dependable service, Honda uses a rugged, durable metal auger with replaceable rubber paddles to make quick work of residential snow removal and assist the operator’s forward movement.

Snow Director Chute Control Easily Controls Distance And Direction Of Snow Removal Conveniently located dual remote controls allow operator to easily control snow removal direction (left photo) and distance (right photo). (HS720AA and HS720AS only.)

Convenient Electric Start The HS720AS is equipped with a 120 volt A.C. push button electric starter to make the job even easier. Just plug in an extension cord, start the snow blower, unplug, and go!