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Some great deals on snowblowers on Amazon Warehouse. Quantities are limited so if you're interested, purchase quickly.


Snow Joe iON18SB Ion Cordless Single Stage Brushless Snow Blower with Rechargeable Ecosharp 40-volt Lithium-Ion Battery - starting $103.19+FS (new price is $296.49)
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Snow Joe Ultra SJ625E 21-Inch 15-Amp Electric Snow Thrower - starting $93.54+FS (new price is $189.99)
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GreenWorks 2600202 13 Amp 20-Inch Corded Snow Thrower With Light Kit - starting $67.34+FS (new prices is $144)
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Toro 38381 18-Inch 15 Amp Electric 1800 Power Curve Snow Blower - starting $87.49+FS (new price is $249)
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Toro 38371 15-Inch 12 Amp Electric 1500 Power Curve Snow Blower - starting $56.09+FS (new price $199.99)
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Toro 38361 Power Shovel 7.5 Amp Electric Snow Thrower - starting $30.57+FS (new price is $99)
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Another one...

GreenWorks 2600802 8 Amp 12-Inch Corded Snow Shovel - starting $29.20 (new price is $79.99)
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In for the ridiculously cheap snow shovel in case I need a backup this year (I highly suggest the greenworks with light kit, it worked a treat during the snowpocolypse last year). One note to keep in mind is for the first 30 days you can return these to amazon, after that you'll have to deal with the manufacturer.
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Tough to test these used blowers in August.
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good deal. I bought the 18" Toro. I'll let you know how it goes... when it next snows. :|
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These and some others have been on AWD for a month or more and the prices have gone up a bunch from what they were. The 21" 15A Snow Joe was $54 and Toro 1800 was $67 when I got mine earlier. Still a good deal vs new. Can't ever tell with the warehouse stuff but both of mine came brand new and complete just repackaged in a different box. Given that they had a bunch of them I'd guess that most are the same with just package damage.
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This beast is listed at 799 and available for 274
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01FN0X...=emc_b_5_i
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Picked up an extra Snow Joe iON18SB. I figured for a little over $100, even if it doesn't work like new, it's worth that in spare parts and/or the extra battery. I have several Snow Joe/ Sun Joe tools to utilize the battery. I've had good luck with their equipment.
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How would these work to bore out a parking space from a snow bank? I park on Street and making a parking spot is a very laborious process
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I have a 20 inch green works electric snow thrower for about 5 years and it's awesome up to 6 inches of snow. It's usable up to 10 or 12 inches. Obviously the lighter the snow the better it handles it. I live in the northeast and now own a gas blower. Less then 5 or 6 inches I'll use the electric because it cleans the driveway better and faster.
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Any recommendations? I need one for the north east for my dad on light days
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I have one of those toro units and it's junk. shovel is way better and faster.

I only clear the driveway when it's too much snow to drive, otherwise I let it melt. Since we only have such snow once or twice, I could never justify spending money on decent snowblower, unless I could get a gas 2 stage one for a couple hundred.


Question - can gas snowblower be stored in the shed? Is there a need to add fuel additives when it's not in use?


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I have one of those toro units and it's junk. shovel is way better and faster.

I only clear the driveway when it's too much snow to drive, otherwise I let it melt. Since we only have such snow once or twice, I could never justify spending money on decent snowblower, unless I could get a gas 2 stage one for a couple hundred.


Question - can gas snowblower be stored in the shed? Is there a need to add fuel additives when it's not in use?


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Yes it can be stored in shed or garage. I add StaBil and recommend it
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In the NE last few years... Have a 32" briggs, and also have this Snow Joe iON18SB Ion Cordless Single Stage Brushless Snow Blower with Rechargeable Ecosharp 40-volt Lithium-Ion Battery.

The Snow Joe works for <= 6" if not super heavy. Nice benefit is that you can use it at 9PM or 5AM when your neighbors are sleeping! Just remember, it is NOT a two-stage with a combustion motor - single stage and 'light' motor. I would buy it again @ <= $150, which this deal is.
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In for the ridiculously cheap snow shovel in case I need a backup this year (I highly suggest the greenworks with light kit, it worked a treat during the snowpocolypse last year). One note to keep in mind is for the first 30 days you can return these to amazon, after that you'll have to deal with the manufacturer.
Hope it snows in Sept so I can test it!
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