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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) for $404.10 when you follow the steps below. Shipping is free.

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  1. Go to 21" EGO Cordless Snow Blower Kit product page
  2. Add to cart
  3. Apply promotional code RECON10 and proceed to checkout
  4. Final price will be $404.10 + free shipping
Features:
  • 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 21" EGO Cordless Snow Blower Kit w/ 2x 5.0Ah Batteries & Charger (Reconditioned, SNT2102) on sale for $449. Shipping is free.

Use code: RECON10 for 10% off, bringing the total to $404.10 + Tax (will vary by area). Lower price than previous 2 FrontPage Deal Posts with code.

Features:
  • Variable-speed auger control
  • Convenient, handle-mounted chute adjustment
  • High-efficiency brushless motor
  • 2 bright LED headlights for increased visibility for nighttime snow removal
  • Quick-fold handle for compact storage
  • 1-Year Warranty
  • Reconditioned Product: Factory reconditioned tools carry standard factory-backed warranties. These reconditioned power tools are restored to a like-new condition
  • Includes 1-Year Warranty
  • This Snow Blower is highly rated receiving 4.4 Stars out of 5 Stars based on over 900 Customer reviews.
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Anyone that can confirm these will be new-ish batteries and not those old guage-less ones? If new-ish, would be a great deal for almost batteries alone...
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I've had mine for three winters, love it BUT understand it's a single stage and it may have trouble with snow over 8" especially if it's wet and heavy. Last month mine died, I called ego, and they made me jump through hurdles to find my receipt, luckily I was able to get it from Acme Tools. They gave me a local rental place that does repairs and I took it there. The rental place hasn't even looked at it because they are backlogged.

I ended up ordering the 2 stage version from Lowes for $799 (bare tool).

Once again, I love this machine, it's small, lightweight, super easy to push through snow, it cleans to the pavement and it worked great until we got a foot of snow. The stuff at the end of the driveway was just too much for it.

If you live somewhere where you get heavy snow get the newer version with the metal auger or get the two stage, it rocks.

OH, and Boeing makes a snow lubricant that you spray on your machine, it's definitely a good investment.
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Thanks OP!
Getting delivery on Saturday.
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I picked up a refurb a few weeks back and it's been great. Clogged up once and I plan on spraying some of that nonstick coating for snow on there based on recommendations. I've only done maybe a max of 5 inches so far but so far so good. Batteries have been lasting long enough to do two 3-car driveways and the sidewalks in front of 3 houses. The driveways are fairly short though.
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I like the Elton John promo video promoting this:

https://youtu.be/qt7xtcD40Dg
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I currently have a Toro Power Curve 1800. Does anyone have an opinion on how this compares? Do you think it clears as well? I love my current blower, but dealing with the cord can get annoying.
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Quote from DaD7738 :
I've been looking to get one all winter due to Chicago weather, but feel like as soon as I buy this, the snow will melt and we will not see snow until December 2021...
With the amount of snow that's fell this winter I would recommend a stage 2 machine. Especially if you still have some spots that you didn't get to by now.
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I'm looking out for a sale on the 100volt snow joe for Chicago snow.
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I currently have a Toro Power Curve 1800. Does anyone have an opinion on how this compares? Do you think it clears as well? I love my current blower, but dealing with the cord can get annoying.
I have this exact Toro blower. It punches way above its weight - easily clearing powder way above spec height. Manages against slush but better than my electric. I also have a greenworks 80v I inherited but not an ego to directly compare. The Toro spanks my 80v not even close. The stable continuous power is hard to beat. I agree on the cord hassle. The 80v is a few years old and the battery has plunged off a cliff runtime wise. But even fully charged its not as strong.

I use my Toro to finish what the 80v usually only started.

I think you will be trading cord freedom for strength and obv runtime.
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Quote from Darknyt :
I have this exact Toro blower. It punches way above its weight - easily clearing powder way above spec height. Manages against slush but better than my electric. I also have a greenworks 80v I inherited but not an ego to directly compare. The Toro spanks my 80v not even close. The stable continuous power is hard to beat. I agree on the cord hassle. The 80v is a few years old and the battery has plunged off a cliff runtime wise. But even fully charged its not as strong.

I use my Toro to finish what the 80v usually only started.

I think you will be trading cord freedom for strength and obv runtime.
A cord is a hassle. But if you can deal with that hassle, then there's no comparison between corded and battery operated. Corded FTW, and it's not even close.
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A cord is a hassle. But if you can deal with that hassle, then there's no comparison between corded and battery operated. Corded FTW, and it's not even close.
Yeah the batteries can really get bad. I don't know how to compare batteries but the 80v that is maybe 3-4 years old ran for 8 minutes against slush when it said it was fully charged. I have been able to get through one 20 x 40 drive and halfway through another on powder on it before.
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Anyone that can confirm these will be new-ish batteries and not those old guage-less ones? If new-ish, would be a great deal for almost batteries alone...
They are not the fuel gauge batteries
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Convenience or economy? I'm already used to the chorded and half the price.
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This or fix up a 40 year year old toro 2 stage. Just died this winter. Needs new carb, fuel line and pull cord fly wheel. Hmmm?
That's 2 hours tops my man. It's way better to fix it. What style of toro is it? I have a 2000. CCR 3650 that runs like new. Replaced the carb this year for $15 on amazon and just did the pull string.
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They are not the fuel gauge batteries
Thanks.
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