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Sno Wovel to Sno Wolf

The Sno Wovel has some changes for the upcoming season: First of all it will be called the Sno Wolf. It has been rebranded as the Snow Wolf replacing the Sno Wovel name. It will be important to mention the Sno Wovel in the copy to capture any referrals searching by product name. All the accessories work with either the Sno Wovel or the Snow Wolf.

Handle Change: For the Sno Wolf we have changed from a two piece handle bar to a T shape one piece handle bar. The T shape handle bar gives a more secure attachment to the frame making the handle bar stronger. It also eliminates a couple of assembly steps making it easier for customers to put it together

Tire Change: For this year’s Sno Wolf we have made the pnuematic tire about 1 inch longer to make it easier to attach the tire to the wheel, especially in cold temperatures.

Time to Order: It is never to early to order. In each of the last 4 seasons the Sno Wovel, now the Sno Wolf, has sold out. Sometimes it has sold out in early January with sales doubling from the previous year.


Testimonial – Snow Scoop by Snowmaster

Testimonial for the Snow Scoop by Snowmaster: Hello, I just wanted to comment on the quality of your Snowmaster Snow Scoop. I have used this product for several years in my job. When it snows I have to shovel several sidewalks and steps to get children safely to school. The Snow Scoop has really helped me to do this in a fast and less tiring way. Thank you!

Snow Scoop in action

The Amazing Sno Wovel

The Amazing Wovel: The popularity of the Sno Wovel continues to grow. Last year, the company which produces the Sno Wovel sold out of stock in early February. This year they sold out in January after doubling their production of 2009.

What Stands Out: The ease with which you use the Sno Wovel and the speed with which you can clear a significant area stand out. I have used the Sno Wovel for three winters and am amazed that my back never hurts after Woveling. Also, now that the Wovel is three years old it is standing the test of time. If you have a Wovel, enjoy. If not, don’t wait too long next season before purchasing. We would suggest a November purchase to be sure we still have the Sno Wovel in stock.

2010 in review

The stats helper monkeys at WordPress.com mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health:

Healthy blog!

The Blog-Health-o-Meter™ reads Wow.

Crunchy numbers

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Madison Square Garden can seat 20,000 people for a concert. This blog was viewed about 66,000 times in 2010. If it were a concert at Madison Square Garden, it would have performed about 3 times.

In 2010, there were 105 new posts, growing the total archive of this blog to 232 posts. There were 93 pictures uploaded, taking up a total of 11mb. That’s about 2 pictures per week.

The busiest day of the year was March 28th with 431 views. The most popular post that day was Which Reel Mowers Cut Which Grasses Well.

Where did they come from?

The top referring sites in 2010 were peoplepoweredmachines.com, en.wordpress.com, forums.gardenweb.com, facebook.com, and search.aol.com.

Some visitors came searching, mostly for plastic numbers to avoid, plastics to avoid, sno wovel, reel mowers for bermuda grass, and fiskars reel mower.

Attractions in 2010

These are the posts and pages that got the most views in 2010.


Which Reel Mowers Cut Which Grasses Well March 2010


3 Plastics to Avoid: #3, #6, #7, and Why… February 2009
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Best Reel Mowers for Bermuda Grasses August 2010
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How to Transition your Lawn from a Rotary Mower to a Reel Mower May 2010


Why the Fiskars Reel Momentum Mower? February 2010

The Snowmaster Snowscoop offers Replacement Blades

The Snowmaster Snowscoop: One of our most popular snow removal devices is the Snowmaster Snowscoop. And one of the things we like about the Snowscoop is that you can easily and inexpensively replace the blades. Two blades cost only $19.95.

Replacement Time: Many of our customers are replacing their Snowmaster Snowscoop blades at this time. Winter is here and snow is falling. If you have a Snowmaster Snowscoop, this is a good

Snow Scoop in action

time for blade replacement.

Resolutions 2011: Store rainwater and conserve

Storing rainwater is a great way to conserve water for use in your garden.  Tap water has additives (chlorine and fluoride) that plants don’t need or want. Rainwater is also slightly acidic and helps plants access soil nutrients. You can use a rain barrel to collect rain and also reduce storm water run-off which can stress storm systems. Read about the ideas for storing and saving water and the benefits for you and the environment.

Rain barrels are great way to store water for your gardening needs


It is simple to collect rainwater using a rain barrel. These large barrels with a spigot collect the rain water that comes from a roof’s gutter or downspout. If you live in an area that gets a lot of snow you can collect a large amount of water every winter by collecting snow in these barrels and waiting for the spring thaw . So if you are shoveling snow, be sure to shovel some into your rain barrel.

The Sno-Wovel, Still the Best in Snow Removal

The Sno -Wovel Snow Removal Machine


Are you getting ready for winter? If you are in an area that receives a fair amount of snow, you really should consider a Sno Wovel. Clear the snow away with much less effort than snow shoveling. And do so without causing any pollution!

The Sno Wovel: One of the things I like best about my job is finding new machines which do their job and have little impact on the environment. The Sno Wovel is designed to clear snow in an energy efficient manner….but most of all it is so back-saving and ergonomic you really have to try it to understand.

Clears away snow 3x FASTER than a snow shovel and is an economical, eco-friendly alternative to snow plows. Clears away snow 3x FASTER than a snow shovel and is an economical, eco-friendly alternative to snow plows and snow blowers.

First we read about the Sno Wovel; next we watched videos about it and saw it in use; then we had to wait for our demo machine to arrive. My son and I were excited when it arrived and took it into the house to assemble. It took about 45 minutes to get it together. We had fun playing around with it but really wanted and needed some snow to test it.

We didn’t have to wait long, six inches of wet snow had dropped over the night. I got the Sno Wovel out of the garage and went to work. At first using it seemed ungainly. But after 15 minutes, I began to understand how to use it better. After 20 minutes our driveway was just about clear from snow. Normally, this would have taken my son and I about 90 minutes to clear with wide shovels resulting in a least one sore back. In addition to taking less time, my back had not been affected at all.

The Sno Wovel had passed the first test. In subsequent uses in 4” of snow, chipping 2”of packed ice, and dealing with a blizzard, the Sno Wovel continued to efficiently clear the snow and ice and did so without any back pain for Dad. The Sno Wovel is a great tool for removing snow. It is the people powered snow blower!