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Snow Joe Ultra 622U1 19-Inch 13-Amp Electric Snow Thrower (Discontinued by Manufacturer)


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  • Snow Joe Ultra 622 snow blower with instant start and easy push button switch is always effortless to start and maintain
  • Snow Joe Ultra cuts up to 19 inches wide and 11 inches deep in one pass
  • Scraper clears to the pavement and 13 amp motor moves up to 800 pounds of snow per minute
  • Chute deflector controls height of snow stream
  • ETL-approved; 2-year warranty
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 24.2 x 21.5 x 21 inches ; 39 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 43 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000VL2N2Q
  • Item model number: 622U1
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (154 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #94,275 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

Product Description

Finally! An easy to use machine that can remove heavier snow. Responding to the need for an easy-to-use machine that could tackle heavier snowfall on large driveways and walkways, Snow Joe developed the Snow Joe 622, a larger electric snow thrower that delivers the power of a gas machine with the convenience of an electric unit. Driven by a 13 amp motor, the Snow Joe Ultra moves up to 800 pounds of snow per minute. Its durable, 4 blade rotor, constructed of heavy grade steel, cuts a full 19" wide and 11" deep with each pass, clearing 2150 square feet per hour.

In addition to its hard-working plowing capacity, the Snow Joe Ultra features an adjustable discharge chute that rotates a complete 180 degrees to provide full control over the snow discharge direction. The chute deflector can also be adjusted to control the height of the snow stream. Easy-glide pivot wheels make the Snow Joe Ultra easy to turn and maneuver on each pass. The scraper blade at the base of the unit efficiently scrapes the snow clear to the pavement.

The Snow Joe Ultra 622, is powered electrically, making it effortless to start and maintain. No gas, oil, or tune-ups are necessary. The unit is ETL-approved and carries a full two year warranty.

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With the Snow Joe thrower, winter storms are no problem for walkways, driveways, and other paths.

The integrated chute directs the path of the blasted snow away and out, up to 20 feet.

The 4-blade rotor chews through thick snow with speed and ease.
Get Ready for Winter with a Snow Joe Snow Thrower
Responding to the need for an easy-to-use machine that could tackle heavier snowfall on large driveways and walkways, Snow Joe developed the Snow Joe Ultra 622 -- a larger electric snow thrower that delivers the power of a gas machine with the convenience of an electric unit. Driven by a 13 amp motor, the Snow Joe Ultra moves up to 800 pounds of snow per minute. Its durable, 4-blade, heavy-grade steel rotor cuts 19 inches wide and 11 inches deep with each pass, clearing up to 2150 square feet per hour.

In addition to its hard-working plowing capacity, the Snow Joe Ultra features an adjustable discharge chute that rotates a complete 180 degrees to provide full control over the snow discharge direction. The chute deflector can also be adjusted to control the height of the snow stream, and the easy-glide pivot wheels make the Snow Joe Ultra easy to turn and maneuver on each pass. The scraper blade at the base of the unit efficiently scrapes the snow clear to the pavement, making walkways and driveways much safer.

Like the Snow Joe 322, the Snow Joe Ultra 622 is powered electrically, so it's always effortless to start and maintain. No gas, oil, or tune-ups are necessary. The unit is ETL-approved and carries a full two-year warranty. For heavier snowfall on large driveways and walkways, the Snow Joe Ultra 622 is your smart solution this winter.

Key Technical Specs:

  • 180-degree adjustable chute
  • 13 amp motor moves up to 800 pounds of snow per minute
  • Cuts up to 19 inches wide/11 inches deep with one pass
  • Easy push-button instant start
  • Pivoting wheels
  • ETL-approved

Warranty
This Snow Joe thrower is covered by a full two-year manufacturer's warranty.

Snow Joe Winter Solutions
The Snow Joe company is dedicated to the design and development of innovative winter products. It operates and maintains its own overseas manufacturing facility with corporate headquarters in Edison, NJ. Its robust research and development pipeline fuses novel design approaches with advanced technology to provide consumers with smart winter solutions. These practical innovations address key winter concerns including snow removal, holiday storage, humidification, and insulation. The Snow Joe product line is distributed throughout the United States and Canada through resellers and third-party wholesalers. Encouraging its consumers to get equipped, Snow Joe aims to prepare them with the right winter tools for the job.

Customer Reviews

I called customer service to get parts.
RC
I strongly recommend that you do not buy this product, as it is not suited to its function.
Phillip Chase
The nut and bolt separated and I hadn't checked for loose connections.
Timothy E. Walpole

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

215 of 220 people found the following review helpful By Coug Moog on December 2, 2007
I've been an owner of three different gas snowblowers. Each worked in its own way, from the MTD two-stage to my personal favorite, the Craftsman one-stage.

Many people see one-stage snow throwers as junk, and I'll agree they have their limitations in heavy or wet snow. But if you get out there right when the snow falls and clear it before it hits ten inches, you'll have a fine time with this little wonder.

It does as good a job at snow removal as my Craftsman single did--the two-stage may be a bit more versatile but it's like handling a rototiller and you have to have a place to store it. This baby hangs on a pair of wall hooks in the garage, with the cord hanging next to it.

I was amazed at how well this little "off brand" thrower does its work. I got it to test the proposition that 99% of snow removal can be done with a little tool like this. But it bore me out last year. Neighbor has an Ariens that cost him almost $1400. When he saw my little blower he offered to clear my driveway for me.

After clearing my (two-car with turnout space) driveway and hanging up the machine and cord back in the garage, I looked next door. He was still trying to get the beast started.

UPDATE MARCH 2010:

Well, I had almost three seasons with Snow Joe, but he couldn't handle the double whammy snowstorms of February--gave up the ghost. So I bought the Toro version of the same thing. It handles very similarly to the Snow Joe, but the impeller and chute design is better. I wish the chute crank were easier to reach (liked that about the SJ) but the Toro gets more snow faster than the SJ.

I was very close to buying one of Toro's gas Power Curve models, but went with another electric.
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192 of 203 people found the following review helpful By M Perrota on December 30, 2007
We bought the Snow Joe in December 2007 from Polsteins Home Goods and More (there is at least one other reviewer that had problems with Polsteins) - the very first snowstorm was about 4-5 inches. The snowthrower worked about 3/4 of the way down the driveway and then stopped working (no signs of a problem). We tried the fuse, a different plug, and calling Snow Joe. The service center recommended that we spray WD-40 into the starter switch housing, wait 20 mins and try again, or try holding the switch in while squeezing the bar. Neither worked. They have now authorized a return to their service center and they will repair or replace it free of charge. For the 20 minutes or so when it worked, we were impressed with how it worked. Now we have to hope it doesn't snow again before it is fixed.

Update - Snow Joe has now told me 4 times that they are sending me an email to have the snow blower returned. I the 2 and a half weeks since I first spoke to them, the email still has not come, and the toll free number they provide is an endless loop of nothing that never gets to a customer service rep, and the automatic return call feature to keep your place in line does not work (I have also tried several times over the last 2 weeks and they still have called, so it must be a very long line).
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71 of 74 people found the following review helpful By Margaret A. Baumann on December 30, 2007
I have been moving snow for 30 years in Northern Wisconsin, using everything from large gas 2-stage snowthrowers, Garden tractors on down to small electric snowthrowers. My girlfriend needed a small snowblower for her side walks and double wide concrete drive, because of the hassles of starting and maintaining a gas snowblower (and her limited mechanical knowledge) we decided on an electric snowblower. (She handles a vacuum cleaner with a long cord....this seemed no different). We read the reviews on the Toro and Snow Joe and decided on the Snow Joe because of the better quality wheels, easier to reach chute handle and bigger motor (plus it was cheaper). She put it together herself (except for the difficult to tighten small screws on the chute handle). I had to play for awhile to figure out how to start it?...you need to hold in the side start button while you pull back on the handle to start the machine. (not real clear in the directions).....The first night we had 4" of fresh snow and it moved all the snow as easy as vacuuming, right down to the concrete...(it really only throws average snow 5'-10'). There was some old snow that was hard packed along the driveway and the drive belt kept squealing each time I plowed into the old snow.....we salted the remaining hard snow on the driveway (packed from driving on it) and tried clearing the wet snow the next night....and this machine did not like it at all! The drive belt squealed ALOT!.....(also note that NO snowblower of any size likes wet snow....no small gas powered snowblower I have ever used likes wet snow either)...so we had to hand shovel that stuff.....Lesson learned is: GET AT THE SNOW WHILE ITS SNOWING..don't wait to try to clear it after it has hardened or becomes slushy...Read more ›
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48 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Glen - CO on August 20, 2009
Save your money. This is a poor product that will cause you grief. After receiving I set about to assemble. The electrical wire comes up the right hand side and attaches to the upper handle. However it was two inches too short. Tried calling SnoJoe, left message (I'm still waiting eight months later). I'm mechanical. I removed a side cover and could see the problem. During factory assembly the wire had been misrouted in the housing and was bound up. I removed the rear housing, and reroute the wire. (Unless you have a pretty good selection of tools, this won't be possible.) Finished the assembly. I was "excited" to see the blades spin. Attach cord, push the interlock button, pull the handle - nothing. Use a tracer (ticker) and find out that the master switch at the handle isn't switching. Take that apart. Snap it 10-15 times and now it seems to work, but the blade still won't turn. Trace wire down into rear housing, remove housing again. More tracing. The motor has a thermal limiter mounted to it that protects the motor from overheating. One crimped on terminal isn't crimped. I solder the wire to the terminal. Leave rear cover off (for testing, - I learned), plug it in, pull the trigger and we have motion. Seems okay.

In the snow the best I could do is with about 5-6 inches of moderately heavy snow. Discharge about 10 feet if the angle of the discharge nozzle is roughly straight ahead. I have to go over the area at least twice because nearly as much snow is thrown out the front of the machine as goes out the shoot. The discharge nozzle clogs frequently. If I try to take a full width path of snow, it is too much for the machine. In a heavier (10") snow I had to take no more than 2-3 inches of width or the machine bogs down and the belt starts slipping.
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