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Amazon warehouse - several greenworks and snow joe snowblower deals - prices vary, as will stock and condition

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While browsing the warehouse, I stumbled on these snowblower deals. Some of them seemed priced pretty good compared to the condition they were in.

It is never too soon to start thinking about winter!

As always, stock, condition, and price are YMMV with warehouse deals. Hopefully someone can find something useful!

(There are more than this, I just cut off my search at ~$100).

Master link - all snowblowers [amazon.com]

Master Link - all snow shovels (electric and non electric) [amazon.com]

Greenworks 12-Inch 8 Amp Corded Snow Shovel 2600802 - From $38.93 [amazon.com] NLA

Snow Joe 323E 10-Amp Electric Snow Shovel -From $45.35 [amazon.com] NLA

Greenworks 16-Inch 10 Amp Corded Snow Shovel 26022 - from $46.70 [amazon.com] NLA

Snapper XD 82V MAX Cordless Snow Shovel Tool without battery and charger, 1696871, SXDSS82 - From $50.55 [amazon.com] NLA

Snow Joe SJ620 Electric Single Stage Snow Thrower | 18-Inch | 13.5 Amp Motor - From $52.40 [amazon.com] NLA

several misc snow joe - from $52.40 [amazon.com] NLA

Snow Joe SJ615E Electric Single Stage Snow Thrower | 15-Inch | 11 Amp Motor - From $53.00 [amazon.com] NLA


Snow Joe 24V-SS11-XR 24-Volt 11-Inch 5-Ah Cordless Snow Shovel, Blue - From $53.44 [amazon.com] NLA

Snow Joe SJ618E 18" 13 AMP Electric Snow Thrower - from $55.33 [amazon.com] NLA

Greenworks 20-Inch 13 Amp Corded Snow Thrower With Light Kit 2600202 - From $61.81 [amazon.com] NLA

Snow Joe SJ621 Electric Single Stage Snow Thrower | 18-Inch | 13.5 Amp Motor | Headlights - From $81.08 [amazon.com] NLA


Greenworks 20-Inch 13 Amp Corded Snow Thrower 2600502 - From $84.16 [amazon.com] NLA


Snow Joe SJ623E Electric Single Stage Snow Thrower | 18-Inch | 15 Amp Motor | Headlights - From $90.63 [amazon.com] NLA


Snow Joe iON18SB Cordless Single Stage Snow Blower | 18-Inch | 40 Volt | Brushless - from $104.63 [amazon.com] NLA
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Problem with these is you won't know if they work properly until next winter, when the return window is closed.
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Thanks! Been keeping my eye out for something like this! Got a used like new Snow Joe iON18SB for $110 before tax. Regular price is $300 so I feel like I got a steal!
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Problem with these is you won't know if they work properly until next winter, when the return window is closed.
I guess you could fire them up and see if they spin. Let them run a bit? I have had great luck w the few used snowblower from the warehouse in the past few years. But ymmv of course!
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Problem with these is you won't know if they work properly until next winter, when the return window is closed.
Spoiler alert: Even when they work properly, they don't work well.

I have one of the Snow Joes. Roughly 350' of semi circle driveway. It saves me time and saves my back. I like that it's maintenance free. But you need the right amount and type of snow for it to be efficient. 5" of powder would be perfect, but my mid-atlantic coastal snow is usually wet and heavy.

A gas powered snow blower would be ideal based on driveway length and one of our "better" storms. But I didn't even use my lil electric one last season.
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Any power washers?
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Problem with these is you won't know if they work properly until next winter, when the return window is closed.
duh take them to the beach and see how well you can clear a 10x20 plot of sand
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Most of these barely cheaper than new prices, pass
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Thanks! Been keeping my eye out for something like this! Got a used like new Snow Joe iON18SB for $110 before tax. Regular price is $300 so I feel like I got a steal!
It is worse than most of the corded ones. I used mine for a season or two only to justify the money we spent on it. Pretty much worthless for anything over a couple of inches and even that it doesn't do well. Even with little snow the battery will die on you mid use unless you are covering a very small area.


We literally gave ours away this winter.
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These are basically for "light" snow only....

The really good ones aren't on sale = https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07281H...=emc_b_5_t
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Most of these barely cheaper than new prices, pass

Huh???

The Snow Joe iON18SB sells for well over $200 new. At $100 that's at least a 50% discount for some damaged packaging. No need to thread-crap.
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These are basically for "light" snow only....

The really good ones aren't on sale = https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07281H...=emc_b_5_t
I'd have to get a bigger garage that can fit a 3rd car.
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Perfect if you live in/near Denver.
Some other parts of the nation just got snow too.
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Spoiler alert: Even when they work properly, they don't work well.

I have one of the Snow Joes. Roughly 350' of semi circle driveway. It saves me time and saves my back. I like that it's maintenance free. But you need the right amount and type of snow for it to be efficient. 5" of powder would be perfect, but my mid-atlantic coastal snow is usually wet and heavy.

A gas powered snow blower would be ideal based on driveway length and one of our "better" storms. But I didn't even use my lil electric one last season.
350' is a LOT to ask of a corded or even battery snowblower.

I have a greenworks 40v mower, but 235 for a blower on that system is too much for me. I'll stick with my 80 corded.
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350' is a LOT to ask of a corded or even battery snowblower.

I have a greenworks 40v mower, but 235 for a blower on that system is too much for me. I'll stick with my 80 corded.
It's a semi circle with an outlet in the middle. 100' gets almost all of it.
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