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(refurb w/ 2yr Warranty) Snow Joe Snow Throwers: SJ617E 18" $87, SJ619E 18" $94, iON18SB 18" Cordless Blower $179 + free s/h

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Not really a deal on the cordless, Amazon New (with the fast charger) went down to $190 in November
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Not really a deal on the cordless, Amazon New (with the fast charger) went down to $190 in November
Agree - I got a good deal at Amazon - open box - its good for my small driveway and part of my neighbors - I could use another battery or a similar open box deal in the spring.
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A lot of comments from the last buydig refurbs said there was a lot of problems out the box too
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Sunjoe blowers any good overall?
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Sunjoe blowers any good overall?
Bought the sb18pro cordless during the black friday sale for 199. Depends on where u live, here in Massachusetts, it does not work that well. I was able to move about 2 inch of wet snow or and 4 inch of fluffy snow with it max, it will stuck with anything more than that. Was a nightmare when we had 8 inches of wet snow the other day. Returned it and bought a toro cordless instead, more expansive but much much better for wet snow.
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I have the sj620. Works pretty good. If you spray it with dupont snow repellant, it does not clog.
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Sunjoe blowers any good overall?
I wouldn't buy one again. Not good with wet snow more than a couple inches. Battery life was also a little short than I was hoping for. I have maybe a 25' driveway and I can't clear the whole thing and sidewalk on one charge.
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They seem to have discontinued snow here in NJ
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They seem to have discontinued snow here in NJ
Right? Lol. Snowed once so far in December.
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Sunjoe blowers any good overall?
It depends on the type of snow really. They suck on heavy snow but work well on fluff snow.

Overall from using one in the past, it's pretty much something for older people or those who have a small walkway or patio that cant use a shovel.
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I have both an electric and 40volt battery powered and I love them both. You have to realize that you cant wait for all the snow to fall before you get out there, we just had about 8" of snow here in spokane and I went out there 3 times with the 40v one. I don't have a drive way but I was able to do the front part of the street where we park, my sidewalk and neighbors sidewalk and my path way to the front door. Then I used it in the back yard to make a few path for the dogs all in one battery.
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What is this even for
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What is this even for
For your mom
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