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21" EGO Cordless Snow Blower Kit w/ 2x 5.0Ah Batteries & Charger (Reconditioned) EXPIRED

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ACME Tools has 21" EGO Cordless Snow Blower Kit w/ 2x 5.0Ah Batteries & Charger (Reconditioned, SNT2102) on sale for $449. Shipping is free.

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  • Quick-fold handle for compact storage
  • 2 bright LED headlights for increased visibility for night time snow removal
  • Variable-speed auger control
  • Factory reconditioned tools carry standard factory-backed warranties. These reconditioned power tools are restored to a like-new condition
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ACME Tools [acmetools.com] has EGO Cordless Snow Blower 21" Single Stage Snowblower Kit, Reconditioned (SNT2102) for $449. Shipping is Free.
  • Includes (2) 5.0Ah Batteries & Charger
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I"m waiting on this too.

I think it's because of some of the issues they had - like the chute moving on it's own (they have a remedy kit for it now), and snow getting into the battery compartment, etc. They probably want to refine and re-release.
That's good to know. I figure this season has hit it's peak already and I'll just be looking for one for next year anyway.
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Bought one for the last deal and have used it five or six times already with mostly powdery snow ranging from 2 to 8 inches, works amazingly even down to the end of the driveway where the plow walled me in with about a foot of packed snow. Hasn't stalled once yet. Not sure how it handles wet snow yet, though.

Note that these reconditioned models apparently do not come with fuel gauge batteries.
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$550 new at Lowe's and a 10% coupon works on it as well. Paired with discount gift cards, be about the same price.
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i live in minnesota and have used this for the last 2 years without any issues
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I bought last deal as well and it's paid for itself in that short amount of time. Used it at least 10 times, all snow mixes, including over a foot yesterday and it did great. I've been rough, to include the ice snow mix kicked up by snow plows. The only issue I had was that the batteries that came with the kit began to flash red and not take a charge. CS said they were too cold and had to be stored inside. I've since found a space for them inside and out of the garage and they work fine now. When I asked why my existing ego batteries never had this issue, she stated its because the batteries have different fill levels whatever that means. It was 17 degrees FYI.
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FYI, this is the older version of the single stage snow blower from Ego. The newer one has a brushless motor and metal auger.
I have this version that I brought new from HD few years back for $599. It works great for light stuff but I have a 2 stage Husqvarna for heavier snow.
The one thing to note, a design flaw from Ego is that the plastic scraper at the bottom wears out very easily. Its about a $20-30 part but would need to be replaced every season.. I replaced it at the beginning of the season and its already worn out. Last year I didn't realize it but I ended up wearing out the metal sides around the bottom including the plastic scaper. I wish Ego designed the blower with metal shoes like the bigger 2-stage blower. A replaceable shoe would have been nice as it is replaceable and not wear out the sides of the metal frame.
On my blower it's gotten so bad that I'm going have to custom create a metal side shoe to keep it from wearing out more. Something to keep in mind and watch for when owning one of these.
This unit is great for soft snow up to 6-8 inches. It is usually my go to snow blower as it is light weight, easy to handle and use. Just drop in the battery and go. It takes me a good 5 minutes just to get my 2-stage gas snow blower up and running evry time I want to use it.
Eventually I will just get the Ego 2-stage blower, tool only ($799). I am heavily into the Ego ecosystem. I have just about all their tools. I want to buy their zero turn mower next if it ever goes on sale for $3500.
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Can anyone who got this unit comment if the batteries had the fuel gauge?
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Can anyone who got this unit comment if the batteries had the fuel gauge?
They do not
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Just FYI, as already noted, it's towards the end of the season, and it's not uncommon to see snowblowers for 50% off or more in late July-august. I got a corded 21" sunjoe for $55. An appropriate 12guage 100ft extension chord was $40. At the time there was a cordless version for $200 or so. I have an average 2 car driveway and some sidewalk though. A 3 car garage, or corner lot, would be much more problematic. So I went with the option that was slightly more then a nice shovel.
It seems like snow in the Colorado suburbs has been pretty infrequent, so I've really only gotten to use it 2-3 times so far. I figured not having to charge a battery or leave the battery on the charger all the time vs dealing with a chord a couple times a year. I also have a very hard time believing any of these single stage cordless blowers can outperform a 15 amp corded model. I also feel like a chord isn't as annoying in the winter as with summer tools in the summer.
My EGO equipment has limitations, but it is surprising powerful. Their edger is significantly more powerful than my B&D corded model.
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My EGO equipment has limitations, but it is surprising powerful. Their edger is significantly more powerful than my B&D corded model.
I agree, my edger and trimmer haven't failed a challenge yet. With that said, a snow blower is a different animal. As much as I like the idea of less maintenance for a battery powered snow blower, I also want one that will clear a foot of wet snow if the need arises. It doesn't happen often where I live, but when it does, I think I'll really appreciate spending the extra $$$ on a gas powered Ariens.
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Edging is an art.
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Living in New England, this snow blower doesn't cut it for me. 2 weeks ago we got 21 inches of snow. To properly clear the snow, I would have needed to go out every 2 hours. I forgot and tried clearing the 21 inches at once, which had become wet with rain. It struggled hard.
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That's good to know. I figure this season has hit it's peak already and I'll just be looking for one for next year anyway.
Same here - this season broke me - i always "had a guy" to do it - he couldn't this time, and I had to fend for myself - oh the horrors!
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FYI, this is the older version of the single stage snow blower from Ego. The newer one has a brushless motor and metal auger.
that new metal auger one is $800. that's a bit rich for a single stage snowblower IMO. i've been eying the 60v toro which is $650 which also isnt exactly cheap but it seems to have good reviews and has steel auger w/3 year battery warranty.
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