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Thanks got the 80V. Been looking at this now that I got the mower too.
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Read the bad reviews...no thanks
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GreenWorks Pro 80V 20-Inch Cordless Snow Thrower, 2Ah Battery & Charger Included [2AH Battery & Charger]
Was: $449.00
Now: $187.99

https://www.amazon.com/GreenWorks...321&sr=1-1
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Thanks. Got one.
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I've been waiting for the cordless to be on sale. Grabbed one. Thanks!
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Most of the bad reviews are from 2 years ago. It's hard to say for sure, but it sounds like they had a bad batch and have since worked out the issues since most of the recent reviews are positive.
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I've been doing some research on these, even at 80V, 2Ah batteries aren't going to offer much juice. The real problem is plastic blades. Unless you have zero concrete, gravel, sand, ice or other hard objects, don't expect plastic blades to hold up. I'm sure they will work fine in low snow areas, but if you're prone to blizzards you might want something more capable (that will last).

There's a reason these are on clearance, this is the 2-year old model, hence reviews are relevant.
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I live in IL and have owned the smaller one for 3 years. It has held up well, and I have probably used it 12-15 times. I have a 100ft heavy duty extension cord (get a color you can easily see, like the ones at Costco).

It does the job, and always starts. Never going back to a gas blower.
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I've been doing some research on these, even at 80V, 2Ah batteries aren't going to offer much juice. The real problem is plastic blades. Unless you have zero concrete, gravel, sand, ice or other hard objects, don't expect plastic blades to hold up. I'm sure the will work fine in low snow areas, but if you're prone to blizzards you might want something more capable (that will last).
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I've been doing some research on these, even at 80V, 2Ah batteries aren't going to offer much juice. The real problem is plastic blades. Unless you have zero concrete, gravel, sand, ice or other hard objects, don't expect plastic blades to hold up. I'm sure the will work fine in low snow areas, but if you're prone to blizzards you might want something more capable (that will last).
Excellent points. It's always that wall of compacted wall of snow, ice, and street debris at the end of the driveway that kills the plastic blades.
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I've been waiting for the cordless to be on sale. Grabbed one. Thanks!
I've been waiting since July for a cordless 40V (only cause I already have two 4AH batteries). I finally submitted to the $129 SnowJoe deal for the 21" 15-amp blower. I would've bought one of these corded units if they had gone on sale first. Now I have to buy a cord that can handle the amps/cold/distance. Would love the 80V blower, but that means spending more on batteries as I dont have the 80V batteries.

Food for thought: for those of you thinking about the battery expense- dont forget that you might have to plunk down another $50+ for a REALLY GOOD CORD if you buy the corded unit. Its something to think about when you compare the price of corded vs cordless if price is a big factor. (already having batteries and/or 12amp winter cords change that equation for some of us).

SWEET FIND, btw. Repped
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2Ah might be enough to get a few inches of soft fluffy stuff off your sidewalk and that's about it. I have the Ego with the 2X 5Ah batteries and on heavier 6"+ snow days it crapped out before finishing my 2 car driveway here in NY.
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Plastic blades God no
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