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Greenworks Pro 80-Volt 20-in Cordless Electric Snow Blower with 20-inch auger width and utilizing the powerful 80V lithium ion power

Customer Reviews

80V GreenWorks did the job with 8-12 inches of snow fall.

187 people found this helpful
 on November 22, 2015
By Aaron French
Was worried about going cordless when I bought this. Yesterday got to try it out with this year’s first Nov great lakes snow dumping. the first clearing was of a slushy wet consistency. It handled it, albeit with me un-clogging the shoot 2 or 3 times. That said, it snowed for over 10 hours and the next few passes cleared 3-4 inches, each time, with no clogs or jams. Maybe, it takes getting use to the right walking speed to avoid the slurpees. I think it will handle dry snow falls with no major draw backs. The wet stuff may take more effort, but, clearing the shoot is really easy. Let go of the handle, the power shuts off, clear the shoot, push the button, and re-engage the power. The battery power held up with no down grade. And, the battery charged back up easily by my next needed clearing.

Snowmageddon Jonas 2016 .vs GreenWorks Pro 80V 20" Snow Thrower

223 people found this helpful
 on January 27, 2016
By Sung W. Cha
I have the mower, and the leaf blower. We did have some decent regular snow in the east coast in the last two years, so, I said “why not” and bought the snowblower as well. I bought this back in October, so my wife was laughing at me all winter. Now Snowmageddon Jonas 2016 hit, and no one is laughing. This is the first and only snowblower I have owned. However, many of my neighbors do have gas powered blowers of various sizes. For what it is, cordless-electric, it did a fantastic job. We received about 28 inches of snow in my town and I have a double-wide 70ft long driveway. I knew that this guy could not handle the full load, so I made plans to go out at least halfway through the storm. Went out in the first morning, and the snow was already at 14~18 inches. So, I had to try multiple passes and use a system of shoveling the top layer of snow onto an already cleared area. I did shovel manually around one edge of the drive way to do this. In the end, it was way less work with the blower. The main benefit was that the blower actually throws the snow pretty far. I would say 10~15 feet. So, this way, I did not have to shovel the snow that I have already shoveled.

Performs as well as any corded electric single-stage

25 people found this helpful
 on December 16, 2016
By Brian A.
I’ve owned a Toro Powercurve 1800 for ten years. I’ve used it to clear my 200 feet of sidewalk and 30 feet of double wide driveway. With ease, it handles a foot of fluff on one end if the scale and an inch of slush on the other. As with any tool you must work within its limitations. An electric single-stage snow thrower definitely has its limits. A slow pace is essential and you must “nibble-away” at any heavy stuff like plow ridges. Unfortunately, my trusty Toro failed a pulley beating last week so I needed a replacement – fast. After some research the Greenworks Pro 80V 20 inch appeared to meet my needs. I received the unit yesterday. Assembly was a snap! I have cleared my property twice in the last 24 hours. I am not disappointed. The Greenworks 20 inch performs comparably to the Toro 1800 and the construction quality appears to be on par. In the “pro” column, the Greenworks is not limited by or encumbered by the heavy long extension cord. The exit chute vertical adjustment is easier and actually maintains position. The headlights facilitate working in the dark.