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MORE POWER! Make quick work out of the heavy white stuff nature throws your way with our most powerful electric snow thrower, the Snow Joe Ultra SJ623E. Boasting a 15-amp motor, this snow-throwing dynamo can move up to 720 pounds of snow per minute! Its durable, 4-blade rotor, constructed of heavy-grade steel, cuts a full 18-inch wide by 10-inch deep swath of snow with each pass. Easy-glide wheels make the Snow Joe Ultra super easy to turn and maneuver. The scraper blade at the base of the unit efficiently scrapes the snow clear to the ground without damaging your deck or pavement. Equipped with a 180º adjustable discharge chute, the Ultra SJ623E throws snow up to 25 feet away in the direction you want it to go. An on-board chute clean-out tool is included to help you free up a clogged chute in the event of a snow jam. This fully-loaded unit also features an on-board 20 W halogen headlight so you can clear paths day or night. Delivering the performance of a gas machine with the convenience of electric power, the Ultra SJ623E is the smart, choice for snow removal this winter. No gas, no oil, no maintenance, no fuss! GET EQUIPPED with the Snow Joe Ultra and clear out fast from tough winter messes. ETL approved; Full 2-year warranty.
pretty good overall.
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So far so good used a few times last 2 snows were heavy and overall im happy. Chk out pics. Jus make sure you go very slow when taking on a foot or higher. And let rest after 20 minutes or so of constant heavy use.
Passed the test in Wisconsin!
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As stated above, I live in North Central Wisconsin, with all the winter weather adventures that this entails. This little guy is great for just about anything you’re going to need it for. Now that I have an entire winter under my belt with the Snow Joe, I can honestly say that it performed well above what I ever expected from a plastic, electric unit. We got some pretty impressive snows, last winter, up to 26 inches at a time of wet and heavy snow. The fist time we got 12 inches, I expected to have to call my brother-in-law and have him lend me his gas unit. But the Snow Joe handled it. I had to take two passes to get the full 12 inches, taking about 6 inches, then backing up and getting it clean to the concrete. But compared to a shovel, or a the hassle and cost of a two stage gas unit, it was great. It even handled the packed and frozen stuff the city plow leaves in front of the curbside mailbox. It’s so light that if I need to reposition it, I just pick it up and carry it to the next place. As far as cord issues, I find that this is really no more hassle than you have while vacuuming, and once you work out a system for your particular drive/sidewalk, it gets second nature.
WOW. Where has this been all my life!
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This thing is the bomb. I live in Leadville, Colorado; the highest city in North America. 10,152 feet above sea level. When I purchased this, I was hoping that it would do ok at best. Fortunately, I am amazingly pleased with my new toy. I say toy because its fun to operate. It’s easy, strong and better than my neighbors gas beast. Last year I used my neigbors gas powered two stage snow blower to clear my side walks and driveway. It was heavy and even though it had automatic drive it didn’t really help that much. It was so heavy and I was doing most of the work. Especially where the city snow plows had buried the end of my drive way. So I have only used this machine twice now. The first time was about a week ago and we got somewhere between 10 to 12 inches of snow. This thing made removing snow like vacuuming. It was incredible. It throws it just as far, if not further than my neighbors gas machine. It s much more quiet than the gas machine. I especially was impressed with how much easier it was to clean the city plow blockage at the end of my driveway. Of course the down side is that you have a cord. It kind of sucks to have to move it around.
(see pics) I thought it would be a good test. The blower bogged down just a little …
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I’ve used my blower about 4 times now, in our driveway. We had high winds yesterday, and snow, so quite high drifts in the driveway this morning. They were about 3 to 5 inches taller than the blower in some places. (see pics) I thought it would be a good test. The blower bogged down just a little with the highest snow, but as long as I went slow, it did fine. And then cut the next strip as wide as half the blower, and it did fine again. Plus, I did two trails through our lawn, for the mailperson and for our compose pile trail. So far, I have been very impressed with the machine!!
I’m blown away!!!
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I’m blown away. Never had a snow blower before. Never expected an electric one to work this well. It handled up to 6 inches at a time with no problem. Driveway and on grass.