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Snow Joe 18 in. 48-Volt Cordless Electric Snow Blower Kit with 2 x 4.0 Ah Batteries + Charger $260

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WHEN IT COMES TO SNOW, GO WITH JOE. Meet the latest revolution in cordless snow-clearing technology: 24-Volt-X2-SB18 iON+ 48-Volt 18 in. Cordless Snow Blower from SNOW JOE. Powered by Snow Joes exclusive iON+ 24-Volt lithium-ion battery system, the 2 included 4.0 Ah batteries provide up to 40-minutes of rechargeable runtime, with zero carbon emissions for cleaner air. Cut The Cord with iON+ cordless convenience to blast past the limits of an extension cord, and go anywhere power is at a premium. Equipped with a heavy-duty, rubber-tipped steel blade auger, SNOW JOE clears an 18 in. W by 10 in. D path in a single pass. The powerful 1200-Watt brushless motor plows through up to 14-Ton of snow per charge up to 700 lbs. per minute while the integrated scraper bar at the base of the unit clears right to the ground without damaging your deck, driveway or pavement. Put the powder precisely where you want it: SNOW JOEs adjustable chute control rotates 180° to throw snow up to 20 ft. away in any direction. And after dark, the integrated 2-Watt LED headlight lights the way for safer nighttime clearing. When theres more work to be done, boost your battery power with even more iON+ options online; or GET EQUIPPED with a second set of iON+ batteries, to keep throwing when it just wont stop snowing. When winter strikes, fight back with 48-Volts of snow-shredding power. 24-Volt-X2-SB18 48-Volt 18 in. Cordless Snow Blower from SNOW JOE.
iON+ 24-Volt battery system compatible included 2x 4.0 Ah batteries offer up to 40-minutes of rechargeable runtime
Ideal for small to large decks + driveways or anywhere power is at a premium
4-blade rubber-tipped steel auger clears a path 18 in. W x 10 in. D in a single pass
1200-Watt brushless motor clears up to 14-Ton of snow per charge
Adjustable chute crank rotates chute up to 180 to throw snow up to 20 ft. away in any direction
4.0 Ah batteries charge up in just under 2-hours
2-Watt LED headlight lights up the night for safer nighttime clearing

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These machines have really good reviews. Was going to buy the hyprid battery plus plus plug in from Walmart with one battery. This has 2 batteries for the same price. I'm in for one.
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The only thing I don't like about Snow Joe is their battery warranty is only 90-days. That is really weak, there's no excuse for having a battery warranty that short.

https://www.snowjoe.com/pages/promise

"*Excludes EcoSharp® Lithium-Ion batteries, which are backed by our full 90-day warranty."

That said, I did buy a Sun Joe cordless pressure washer recently because it was on super discount and it seems to be one of the best cordless pressure washer options.

Also have to vent on something that is a little off topic... Why the heck do they have so many voltages? They have 20V, 24V, 28V, 36V, 40V, 48V (2*24) and 100V. If I were them I would fire their product managers/designers. There is no reason to have that many different voltages.
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These machines have really good reviews. Was going to buy the hyprid battery plus plus plug in from Walmart with one battery. This has 2 batteries for the same price. I'm in for one.
To be clear, you need both batteries when using the snow blower. It's not that you have an extra waiting to be swapped in once one battery dies. That being said, they say you're supposed to get 40 minutes of usage.
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To be clear, you need both batteries when using the snow blower. It's not that you have an extra waiting to be swapped in once one battery dies. That being said, they say you're supposed to get 40 minutes of usage.
Glad u told me that. On the hybrid u get 50 minutes on one battery plus the option to plug in.
About the same cost. Which one would u go with?
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Glad u told me that. On the hybrid u get 50 minutes on one battery plus the option to plug in.
About the same cost. Which one would u go with?
Not sure how badly I'd want/need the option to plug-in. Seems like more of a hassle compared to just charging the battery/batteries for 30 minutes or whatever it'd take to finish whatever you couldn't complete. That being said, 40 and 50 minutes are close enough that it really just depends on how long you think it'd take for you to do what you gotta do in one charge. I don't have a gauge yet and I'm still debating if I want to buy this one. Doubt there are many pre-winter sales on snow blowers.
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Just got home Depot to give me the hybrid for 207 including tax. They were selling it for 299. They priced matched Walmart who was sell it for 262 and took off 65 also with free shipping.
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Just got home Depot to give me the hybrid for 207 including tax. They were selling it for 299. They priced matched Walmart who was sell it for 262 and took off 65 also with free shipping.
Exactly which model is this? And why did they take off an extra $65??
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Just fyi. The hybrid version is 160w (40v * 4ah) and this one is 192w (48v * 4ah assuming they internally connect them in series.)

In theory this should work better than the hybrid version on battery power.
Picked one up for clearing out my chicken run area in the backyard. The girls are quite afraid of gas engine sounds and my gas blower is very heavy and cumbersome. Who knows, this thing may take over most duties of the gas except for the compacted plow snow on wet snow days.
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I started to collect a couple tools from ego this year thanks to Slickdeals.. was looking into a snow blower too and want to have the option to swap batteries between, generally the ego one gets good reviews despite being 1 stage only but should I grab this or wait for a deal on ego?
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Snow joe on eBay is selling refurbished 18" units (different models) for maybe 100 bucks off this price if anyone interested. I bought a brushless, 18", 5ah 1 battery version for 150 after eBay coupon.
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Last year I bought one of the electric snow blowers from Amazon and it worked great, I don't have a driveway so I was plowing from the middle of the street towards my house because I park in front of my house and then the sidewalk and the path to my house. The blower worked great except it died on me on the very last day that we had snow here in Washington. I contacted snow Joe and I had to send the machine back to them and they send me a replacement with no hassle. Since then I've purchased a battery-powered one as well with an extra battery that I bought on eBay for 75 bucks. because of their great customer service I feel confident by using their snow blowers.
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Not sure how badly I'd want/need the option to plug-in. Seems like more of a hassle compared to just charging the battery/batteries for 30 minutes or whatever it'd take to finish whatever you couldn't complete. That being said, 40 and 50 minutes are close enough that it really just depends on how long you think it'd take for you to do what you gotta do in one charge. I don't have a gauge yet and I'm still debating if I want to buy this one. Doubt there are many pre-winter sales on snow blowers.
I have a 2 car side entry driveway, so fairly typical, maybe above average since our front yard is deep.

I can shovel it by hand in about an hour if it's not crazy deep and I can "plow" it to one side before scooping. So I would sure hope a 40 minute run time on a blower is long enough for near everyone.
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