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Snow Joe Snow Throwers (Refurb): SJ619E 18" $94, SJ617E 18" EXPIRED

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Not intending to be a jerk but just to curb this before it gets out of hand, any anecdotal evidence about how good/bad it's been so far this year has zero bearing on what might or might not be the weather for the rest of 2020 and beyond. If you might need this it's an okay deal.
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Purchased the 22" for when we get dry snow, thanks!
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Live in Kansas City and bought a 21" version (15 amp) of this 4 years ago. I've only used it maybe five or six times, but I've been surprised at its performance for the price I paid. It's tackled snow up to 10 inches deep. The biggest challenge is not making your paths too wide. After getting through your initial pass, and depending on how deep the snow is, you may have to do paths that are 6 to 12 inch wide, otherwise it can completely bog down. Not such a big deal though if you're only using it a few times a year. If it was my money, I would buy it again instead of a gas powered version.
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Amazon reviews on the 15-amp model are generally very good, with a few mentioning some initial QC issues (which hopefully are eliminated with these being refurbished).

We have 6" of snow coming this Saturday apparently, but I don't think I can get one in time. Very tempting though. Hmm.
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Is buydig reliable? I remember a couple of years back I never received an order I placed and never ordered from them again.
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Gonna give the 22" 15-Amp model a shot, snow is still powdery after Christmas and there's a lot to move still.
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In for one
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Why would you need one of these? Just wait for the snow to melt on its own.
Sounds like you live in Colorado or similar.

I guess our neighbors to the north actually have to shovel/blow their snow...sad.
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Why would you need one of these? Just wait for the snow to melt on its own.
Lol what
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I wont get this.. last time it snowed, this thing started smoking

Get a gas powered
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In for a 22" model because bigger is better!
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I want one but we've only had 6 inches total of snow all year in Cleveland Ohio. Strange winter
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I'm skipping on buying one this winter, so far almost no snow in Queens, NY
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