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Snow Joe 22" 15 amp corded electric snow blower with steel auger and LED lights : $126 shipped (retail $250)

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Pretty hot deal on a Snow Joe corded electric snow blower.

This is the Martha Steward branded MTS-EST22 model, which is the same as the Snow Joe SJ627E except that it's green.

22", 15-Amp, dual LED lights, steel auger.


With the JOEFUL coupon code (takes an additional 10% off), you get this 22 inch 15A corded electric snow blower for $126.

This is the hot deal:

https://www.snowjoe.com/products/...nch-15-amp

Apply the JOEFUL coupon code at checkout to bring price down to $126.

For review reference, this is the same snow blower in blue at Amazon:

https://www.amazon.com/Snow-Joe-S...B075NMXLSS
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Tis the Season, Been needing to pick one up. Good price, Thanks for sharing.
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I bought something very similar at similar price. It was not fun using it. I felt it would of been easier to use a regular shovel. I was hurting bad the next day. I now use a gas machine and even though its expensive it is worth it to make snow shoveling a piece of cake. That is just my opinion though, but I wish someone would of told me this,
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I bought something very similar at similar price. It was not fun using it. I felt it would of been easier to use a regular shovel. I was hurting bad the next day. I now use a gas machine and even though its expensive it is worth it to make snow shoveling a piece of cake. That is just my opinion though, but I wish someone would of told me this,
No question, a good gas powered snow blower is better than an electric. But a good gas powered snow blower is going to cost about 3x (or more) than this, requires regular maintainance, can't easily be carried and stowed in your basement, etc.

So, yeah, if you are looking for the best snow removal option, go gas.

But electrics have their place.

I speak as someone who has both.

Oh, and "something similar" could be just about anything. There are really bad electrics out there. This is a mid-line Snow Joe and should work reasonably well.
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Thanks for posting, was just about to purchase this item, saw the code your posted and saved myself an additional $11 off!
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For snow 4 in or less the electric snow blowers are great. Light weight and instant start. However when we got anything over 4 in, I would have to pick up the electric snow blower to blow off the upper level to get the snow down to 4 in. While easier than shoveling, it was exhausting as my driveway is over 100 ft long. So I finally broke down and picked up a 2 stage gas snow blower for the heavier snow falls. I even picked up an electric Snow Joe this summer since I know that my electric Toro was getting a little long in the tooth.
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What extension cord should I get for this? I see a few 12/3 ones on here but I don't think those are good enough, right?
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What extension cord should I get for this? I see a few 12/3 ones on here but I don't think those are good enough, right?
Depends on the length of your driveway and sidewalk. Generally I believe 12/3 is the best you can get. Just be sure it's certified for outdoor use.
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What extension cord should I get for this? I see a few 12/3 ones on here but I don't think those are good enough, right?
A 12/3 might be good enough. You need an extension cord that supports the 15 amps this blower runs. It's also good to get something that has a sheathing compound that does not freeze. A decent 100' extension cord to run a blower like this can cost upwards of $100.
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I have been looking threw BF ads; there are no Corded units that are discounted. I assume there will be deals. Need my first snow blower, deciding that a corded would still be useful for storage options and reliability even if I do buy a gas (50 foot, slight incline drive in Mass). Or is a 2 stage necessary? I do not look forward to storing a 2 stage.
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FWIW I bought a similar snow joe for $85 a couple winters back (metal auger, though I think mine is the 13.5A version), it has survived way longer than anticipated. The only thing that's ever really given it trouble is really slushy snow, and really thick plow berms at the end of the driveway. Otherwise it has done surprisingly well up to about 10".
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A 12/3 might be good enough. You need an extension cord that supports the 15 amps this blower runs. It's also good to get something that has a sheathing compound that does not freeze. A decent 100' extension cord to run a blower like this can cost upwards of $100.
Not necessary. It can be in the $50's too.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Southwire-100-ft-12-3-SJTW-Hi-Visibility-Outdoor-Heavy-Duty-Extension-Cord-with-Power-Light-Plug-2589SW0002/205544515
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I have been looking threw BF ads; there are no Corded units that are discounted. I assume there will be deals. Need my first snow blower, deciding that a corded would still be useful for storage options and reliability even if I do buy a gas (50 foot, slight incline drive in Mass). Or is a 2 stage necessary? I do not look forward to storing a 2 stage.
In Mass you need a 2 stage gas blower. Don't waste your money on a puny electric one.
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I purchased an electric snowblower by this same company last year and it ended up being one of my worst purchases ever. The thing broke down in the first 15 mins and it was a huge headache to return it. When it did work, it could barely throw snow after 2 inches came down. Stay away from this...
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I purchased an electric snowblower by this same company last year and it ended up being one of my worst purchases ever. The thing broke down in the first 15 mins and it was a huge headache to return it. When it did work, it could barely throw snow after 2 inches came down. Stay away from this...
Thank you for the advice.......I was tempted by the lack of maintenance, easy storage
and the fact gas machines rarely/ if ever get discounted until the end of the season. Last year there was a good deal right around BF, not seeing any reliable brands making the ads this year, but when so close to BF, I guess I will hold my breath and maybe make a deal alert. Anybody receive one of those tesla flamethrowers and looking to sellSmilie?
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