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GreenWorks Pro 80V 20-Inch Cordless Snow Thrower, 2Ah Battery & Charger Included
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- Ultimate performance 80V Li-ion systems delivers greater efficiency with up to 45 minutes of run time with 2.0 Ah battery
- Quiet, maintenance-free brushless motor technology
- Quickly clear your driveway, sidewalks, patios, etc with a 20" clearing path
- Up to 10" of clearing depth
- 180 Degree rotating chute for desired snow displacement
- Easy Fold System for storage or compact transportation
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|Item Dimensions||37 x 21.6 x 31 inches|
|Item Weight||33 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||2600402|
|Shipping Weight||50.9 pounds|
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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
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***UPDATE 2/14/16*** Since my last update I was able to obtain a new battery. Unfortunately, this has been a year with little snow in my area so I was unable to test it out...until tonight! We received about 3-4 inches of white, powdery snow which I figured would be the perfect amount for this thrower to blow right through. It fired right up, the sound being a very faint hmm which you would expect from an electric blower and off I went. I took about two passes up and down my driveway which is about 50 feet long. The thrower made quick work of the two strips I made and it was much more powerful than I thought it would be - I'd say it was able to throw the snow a good 15-20 feet. As I was making the third pass I noticed that it began to struggle a little bit, as the power began to come and go, and eventually the machine shut down all together. I checked everything to make sure nothing was stuck (it wasn't as this was very light, fluffy snow) and figured that it was just a fluke. It took me a couple tries to restart it but did fire back up and I was able to continue for another 10-15 feet when it began to struggle again, and shut down a second time. I checked everything, pulled the battery, adjusted the way I was moving it (slowing down, speeding up, etc.) and no matter what I tried it continued to struggle and shut down, requiring that I restart it over and over. After a few more times I decided enough was enough and opted for my old shovel. Needless to say, I am very disappointed. I wasn't expecting it to cut through a foot of wet, heavy snow but figured 4 inches of the lightest kind possible should be no problem. I was dead wrong. I don't know if my thrower is faulty but I guess I have no choice but to try their "customer service" once again to figure out what I need to do with it. Do yourself a favor and avoid this machine. In fact, just go with a trusty gas-powered machine - a little more maintenance but will at least do what it's supposed to.
Greenworks sent me a new blower free of charge along with a new battery and charger. The new one works much better than the old one. Clearly, it was defective. I am thankful that Greenworks made this right, although the process to get here was not an easy one. The blower works fairly well, actually about as I anticipated it would. It lasts about an hour on a full charge and does a pretty good job running through fairly substantial amounts of snow. I had it cutting through about 8-10 inches without too much trouble. It would be nice if the battery lasted twice as long (2 hours instead of 1), but I will say the battery does charge pretty quickly and of course you can buy multiple batteries and eliminate this problem. I haven't tried this on wet snow but it throws powder around no problem. I fear the plastic blade won't hold up very well but no issues thus far. After using it a few times I often find myself wishing it was a little taller. I'm 6'1 and feel like I'm hunched over at times which becomes uncomfortable after an hour or so but if you're under 6 foot you shouldn't have any problems. Overall, I'm giving this a 3 out of 5 stars. I feel this is generous considering the poor customer service but the blower itself I would give 4 out of 5 stars, relatively speaking. Don't expect this to do the job of a quality gas powered blower but if you only need it for a small driveway it'll do just fine.
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.
I made two more trips outside after the initial shoveling. I think it was about 6~8 inches on the second time, and about 4~6 on the third. These were much easier and the blower handled it like a champ.
In the first pass (14~18 inches), the battery was draining fast. Conversely, battery was lasting longer in the 6~8 inches of snow. However, I do have 4 batteries and two chargers from the mower and the leaf blower. This allowed me to keep clearing non-stop. Batteries were getting fully charged just as I was draining the last of the 4. Thinking back, I may have been able to clear continuously with three batteries, but, definitely would have needed two chargers.
This entire time, I was looking at my two neighbors out with their gas blowers. One had a small single stage, and the other had the full-blown mega-hp dual stage self propelled unit. The small single stage was comparable to mine. Admittedly, it was still definitely stronger as it could handle more snow at once and not jam up. (The motor on mine did stop a couple times when I pressed it hard against a wall of snow). The bigger two-stage unit doesn't compare. That thing was impressive. But, I knew that when purchasing this blower. I was expecting to clear 'regular' amounts of snow. Not this apocalyptic blizzard amounts. Besides, it's small enough to store under some shelving in the garage, and I don't have to fiddle with the gas and carburetors.
1/2 star off because I am not too confident about the plastic parts. The other 1/2 star for the battery life and power. (it can always be more!)
The snow blower ran for about 5 seconds and just quit, and now it won't start. The battery is fully charged.
Will contact manufacturer and/or Amazon about what to do.
Piece of junk.