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PowerSmart 18-inch 15A Electric Snow Blower $79

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Created 01-11-2018 at 01:19 PM by drifty85
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Anybody have experience with this guy? I'm not expecting much for under 100 but I'm looking for something I can use when we get a few inches here in NYC
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Anybody have experience with this guy? I'm not expecting much for under 100 but I'm looking for something I can use when we get a few inches here in NYC
15A will take of few inches of snow easy. I got same power Snow Joe SJ623E and it handled Boston snow early this year. really good for walkway and deck. I definitely buy this if I didn't have Snow Joe (I paid $120)
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15A will take of few inches of snow easy. I got same power Snow Joe SJ623E and it handled Boston snow early this year. really good for walkway and deck. I definitely buy this if I didn't have Snow Joe (I paid $120)
Amazon has two PowerSmarts for $69.

​https://www.amazon.com/PowerSmart-DB5017-Snow-Blower/dp/B0774PY7K8/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1515780... [amazon.com]

https://www.amazon.com/Power-DB5023-18-Inch-Electric-Thrower/dp/B0178J7MYM/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=15... [amazon.com]
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Thanks. Picked this up for my parents. They live in a urban area, so not much sidewalk to clean up. Hopefully, this will help them clear their parking spaces out too.
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I haven't used this model before but I have used a less powerful electric before. It gets the job done with a little elbow grease. If you don't have that much area and/or you don't want to spend $800+ for a 2 stage gas, this will handle all your snow removal needs within reason. If you do have a very large storm, I suggest going out multiple times as to not have too much accumulation.
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How many inches can it handle before she starts to choke?
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*awkward silence*
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Too funny, I honestly didn't realize how that sounded when I wrote it... lol... but serioiusly how many inches of snow can it clean away?
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Too funny, I honestly didn't realize how that sounded when I wrote it... lol... but serioiusly how many inches of snow can it clean away?
Buy it. Try it. No good return it.
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Anyone concerned regarding the rubber auger? Is there an electric with steel? If so, is it worth the cost? Nevermind... it appears to be rubber tipped steel. I wonder how fast that wears down and if it can be replaced.
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Ooo in hd
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Damn was hoping to get one of these in store. Ships in a week. Need it for the storm tomorrow!
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I'm trying to decide between the 13A snow blower and the 15A posted here. They are made by the same company and pretty much look identical but for a few cosmetic differences. There is less assembly with the 15A and it looks like the power button is placed better. The specs say both can clear 18" wide and 8" deep in 1 pass and throw up to 30 feet. Is there any good reason to go for the 15A for $25 more?
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Back in stock!

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