Remote Control Snow Plow

Oct 31, 2016

Category: Tech

That first snowfall of the year is great, isn’t it? When it comes in mid-February. But that’s not the way it works. By now, many of us are now up to 4th, 9th, or way too manyth snow storm of the season, and shoveling it all each time has become a back-breaking bore of a chore. This six-wheel-drive remote control robot snow plow from SuperDroid Robots promises to put the ‘win’ back in winter as it does the frigid dirty work for you. All you have to do is sit by the window in a toasty recliner, joystick firmly in hand, navigating it through your driveway.

Six 24-volt 127RPM electric motors powers the thing, while a 52-inch wide blade wipes away Mother Nature’s white stuff. At 400 pounds, no one’s gonna walk away with it, and at $7,900, that’s a good thing. Watch the video below. [Purchase]

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