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Amazon has the
Snow Joe Ultra SJ625E 21-Inch 15-Amp Electric Snow Thrower for $129.00. Free shipping.
I believe that its their most powerful blower. This beats out the BJs 14amp blower for $149.
Amazon link is:
https://smile.amazon.com/gp/produ...0DER&psc=1

BTW, this is the second time the price has gone down today.
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I have this. I think the 18" version.

The 2 mistakes people make when they get these are:

They try to move heavy wet slushie snow. Get to the snow when it's powder or get your shovel.
They don't get the correct gauge & amp extension cord rated for low temps. The old yard orange outdoor 100ft won't supply the appropriate power. This will eventually burn out your motor. Also, it will get stiff in the cold. They have cords rated for low temps that stay flexible. I have a 12 gauge 100ft. I think most can get away with a 14 gauge cord at 50ft.

I used one of these for 4 Chicago winters and it's has saved me a lot of back pain. Also, this is for clearing sidewalks for safety purposes. If you have a huge driveway to clear it's best to get something else.
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You got marked unhelpful but let them live and learn like the rest of us. They work great in powder but if even slightly wet be ready to be extremely frustrated. I have this exact model and the shoot will plug constantly if wet and you'll want to throw the snow blower across the driveway.
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Home Depot has the same price. Appears amazon is just matching the price
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Speaking from experience, stay away from electric snow blowers. Once I ran over the 2nd extension cord that got lot in the snow I sold the snow blower and bought a gas one.
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Speaking from experience, stay away from electric snow blowers. Once I ran over the 2nd extension cord that got lot in the snow I sold the snow blower and bought a gas one.
Ditto. Switched to the battery powered SnowJoe last year and haven't looked back. Managing cords will just add to your annoyance
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Home Depot has the same price. Appears amazon is just matching the price
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Ditto. Switched to the battery powered SnowJoe last year and haven't looked back. Managing cords will just add to your annoyance
I see your point. I was holding out for a Greenworks since I already have two 40V 4Ah batteries, but I couldn't pass this one up. I don't think the Greenworks battery powered units could keep up with this. I'm on a corner lot with a really long driveway that's 5 car lengths deep and two cars wide. This appears to be a better alternative (power-wise) to a gas unit. I'm sure I will have to deal with cord issues, but Im willing to deal with that for now. Hopefully I'm not on here next year bashing corded units- Lol
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I see your point. I was holding out for a Greenworks since I already have two 40V 4Ah batteries, but I couldn't pass this one up. I don't think the Greenworks battery powered units could keep up with this. I'm on a corner lot with a really long driveway that's 5 car lengths deep and two cars wide. This appears to be a better alternative (power-wise) to a gas unit. I'm sure I will have to deal with cord issues, but Im willing to deal with that for now. Hopefully I'm not on here next year bashing corded units- Lol
Lol I wish you luck. I'd definitely go gas if the cord doesn't work out. I have a small driveway so batteries hold up just fine, but if I had any sort of meaningful area to cover, I'd kill myself
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Had this, it broke after the 1st use. Opened it up and the plastic thing broke inside so the motor just kept rotating rubbing the plastic inside but not the blade. In short POS and stay away.
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I bought one from Home Depot yesterday... Seems like a great deal.
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Really nice deal,
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Speaking from experience, stay away from electric snow blowers. Once I ran over the 2nd extension cord that got lot in the snow I sold the snow blower and bought a gas one.
You got marked unhelpful but let them live and learn like the rest of us. They work great in powder but if even slightly wet be ready to be extremely frustrated. I have this exact model and the shoot will plug constantly if wet and you'll want to throw the snow blower across the driveway.
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Snow is coming Wink
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Buying this for me would be a bit of "hoping for the best but planning for the worst" lol, may be worth it if shit gets bad I guess..
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