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Deal of the day has this bad boy marked from $899.99 down to $576.77, includes the two batteries. This is the new version of their previous cordless two stage with allegedly improved handling and functionality.

https://www.amazon.com/Snow-Joe-I...stage&th=1
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Got the Snowvelution shovel last year. Gimmicky but it does let you toss the snow further, which was helpful when I was in the middle of our double-wide shared driveway trying to toss snow over onto our yard. The design enables you to use more of your chest and shoulder muscles. But at the end of the day, it only saved a small amount of time and I was just as tired.
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This is an incredible deal (8024). I have one, it rocks. However, take note you will need to probably buy a second set of batteries to go with it. I bought the larger 6.0ah batts on Houzz for $130 each.

There are several very good reviews of this item on youtube.
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I have the Snow Joe and it's good enough for my small driveway. FWIW I saw some on clearance at Target. Don't recall the price but might be worth a trip
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I have an older version of the wired model. It works well for a decent size driveway. I had to get a 12ga 100' extension cord to go with it so consider that in the cost. You can't run these on a standard extension cord they pull too many amps.
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Good deal on the SJ623E. I've had it for 2 years and it's been great.
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Too bad they haven't discounted any of the hybrid ones. Been thinking about one of those. Would be nice to have electric w/ battery backup in case of power outages.
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The SJ623E is pretty decent if you get light snow or occasional storms. The texture and amount has to be just right for it to work well. It bogs down really bad on wet snow.

Still, it cuts down on the time to shovel my 450' semi-circular driveway by 1/2 - 2/3. It's a significant amount despite it's shortcomings. I was getting quotes of ~$75 to clear my driveway, so at $103 it pays for itself every year.

I feel like the 2 stage model would be most appropriate for my needs and I"d love to cut the cord. But the payback would be like 3-4 years. If a really big snow comes, I either clear in stages or pay somebody.
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The SJ623E is pretty decent if you get light snow or occasional storms. The texture and amount has to be just right for it to work well. It bogs down really bad on wet snow.

Still, it cuts down on the time to shovel my 450' semi-circular driveway by 1/2 - 2/3. It's a significant amount despite it's shortcomings. I was getting quotes of ~$75 to clear my driveway, so at $103 it pays for itself every year.

I feel like the 2 stage model would be most appropriate for my needs and I"d love to cut the cord. But the payback would be like 3-4 years. If a really big snow comes, I either clear in stages or pay somebody.
I am in the exact same boat as you on this one 80 bucks for a plow, but some years I don't need that.
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Prob only 4 more weeks of potential snowstorms minus a random march or april weirdo snow... too bad it wasnt nov / dec.

only snowed enough twice anyway, so far...by me. And my $100 corded greenworks did just fine but id have taken that 2 battery cordless if it were earlier

Now watch it snow every day in feb...
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How easy/difficult is it to lug this up and down stairs? I don't have the shed space for a snow blower and had hoped an electric would be easier to bring up and down from the basement than a gas one, and the weight seems to make some difference...
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