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Snow Joe SJ620 18-Inch 13.5-Amp Electric Snow Thrower
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- Ideal for quick snow pickups on mid-sized driveways and walkways.
- No gas, oil or tune-ups make it effortless to start and maintain.
- Powerful 13.5-amp motor moves up to 650 lbs of snow per minute.
- 4-blade steel auger cuts 18 in. wide by 10 in. deep with each pass.
- 180° adjustable directional chute throws snow up to 20 ft.
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|Item Dimensions||20.5 x 19.5 x 23.5 inches|
|Item Weight||36 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||SJ620|
|Shipping Weight||38.3 pounds|
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|Dimensions||20.5 inches x 23.5 inches x 19.5 inches||38 inches x 45 inches x 19 inches||38 inches x 45 inches x 19 inches||38.58 inches x 39.76 inches x 19.49 inches|
|Item Weight||36 pounds||33.3 pounds||34 pounds||25.9 pounds|
|Size||13.5 AMP 18"||Black 18" Clearing Width, 13.5 AMP Motor||Blue 18" Clearing Width, 15 AMP Motor||18"|
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13-1/2 amp motor and easy-glide pivot wheels let you work quickly and efficiently. View larger.
Four heavy-grade steel rotors move up to 650 pounds of snow per minute. View larger.
Behind the Snow Joe Ultra SJ620's dependable performance is a powerful 13-1/2 amp motor, which allows it to move up to 650 pounds of snow per minute. Built to help you clear walkways, patios, and driveways quickly and without straining your back, the SJ620 utilizes a heavy-grade steel, four-blade rotor , and can throw snow up to 20 feet. You don't have to worry about moving the same snow twice, even when clearing the middle of your driveway.
With each pass, the SJ620 cuts a path that's a full 18 inches wide and 10 inches deep, and the snow thrower's scraper is designed to clear all the way to the pavement. This translates to an impressive 2,450 square feet of potential snow removal per hour.
Smart Details Keep You in Control
With an adjustable discharge chute, which rotates a complete 180 degrees, and a chute deflector that can be adjusted to control the height of the snow stream produced by the thrower, you have complete control over where the snow you move ends up.
And the body of the SJ620 is easy to maneuver and control. Compact, easy-glide, pivot wheels make it easy to turn the thrower at the end of each pass, while its ergonomic grips make it easy and comfortable to direct. In addition to making handling easier, the thrower's compact shape also makes storing the unit more convenient in between winter storms.
Electric Engine is Easy to Start and Maintain
The SJ620's corded electric design means that you never have to worry about dead batteries, running out of gas, or making the right gas-oil mix. And its electric engine doesn't require the costly regular maintenance of a combustion engine.
In addition, with push-button Instant Start technology, you can trust that this snow thrower will be ready to work whenever you are--no frustrating, arm-wrenching pull starts required.
The dependable Snow Joe Ultra SJ620 is ETL inspected and approved, and it is backed by a full two-year warranty.
What's in the Box
Push-button technology and ergonomic handles provide comfortable, hassle-free use.
Lever rotates chute up to 180 degrees
for snow-stream control.
Adjustable chute can throw snow up to
20 feet for optimum clearing.
|Snow Joe® Ultra Electric Snow Throwers|| |
|Capacity/Minute (the power to cut through snow)||Up to 650 pounds / 295 kg||Up to 650 pounds / 295 kg||Up to 720 pounds / 327 kg||Up to 720 pounds / 327 kg|
|Throw Distance (the power to put snow in its place)||Up to 20 feet / 6 m||Up to 20 feet / 6 m||Up to 25 feet / 7.5 m||Up to 25 feet / 7.5 m|
|Clearing Width (fewer passes gets the job done faster)||18 inches||18 inches||18 inches||18 inches|
|Snow Cut Depth -- 1 Pass||10 inches||10 inches||10 inches||10 inches|
|Amps / Motor||13.5 amp / Snow Joe®||13.5 amp / Snow Joe®||15 amp / Snow Joe®||15 amp / Snow Joe®|
|Chute Control||Manual 180° chute rotation||Manual 180° chute rotation||Manual 180° chute rotation||Manual 180° chute rotation|
|Rotor||4 steel blades||4 steel blades||4 steel blades||4 steel blades|
|Ideal for||Medium driveways and walkways||Medium driveways and walkways||Medium to large driveways and walkways||Medium to large driveways and walkways|
|Weight||31.5 pounds / 14.3 kg||33.3 pounds / 15.1 kg||31.8 pounds / 14.4 kg||34 pounds / 15.4kg|
|Warranty||2 year full||2 year full||2 year full||2 year full|
|Safety switch button prevents accidental starting||Safety switch button prevents accidental starting||Safety switch button prevents accidental starting||Safety switch button prevents accidental starting|
|Compact wheels for easy maneuverability||Compact wheels for easy maneuverability||Compact wheels for easy maneuverability||Compact wheels for easy maneuverability|
|20 watt halogen light||Clean out tool||20 watt halogen light|
|Clean out tool|
Top Customer Reviews
First used this little fellow earlier this week, and wouldn't you know it, we had our first snowfall last night...about 6" of wet, early season snow.
The Snow Joe did OK in clearing our driveway. It is a little small (18" width), which means you'll have to make more passes, and since it's electric, you might have to "double-pump" a bit, as in make a pass then make another one immediately afterwards.
Our snow was pretty wet, especially close to the driveway, so Little Snow Joe only threw it 10' at most, but using my head I was able to clear our 60x80' driveway in just under an hour. I'd imagine it will do better with drier snow.
Of course I had to go around after the Snow Joe with a shovel to clean up, but that's to be expected.
I wouldn't try wet snow any deeper than 6"...this morning I could tell this little guy was straining...this means any larger storms and you'll have to keep ahead of the snow in order to not overwhelm the Snow Joe. Note: see the 2/3/2011 update below for how this unit handled 20.2" of snow which was Chicago's third largest snowfall in recorded history...
I took the advice on the instructions and put some WD-40 on the pivot points of the chute and lever and it was easy to turn and aim.
Didn't need the light (again, only on the SJ621) 'cuz it's daytime, but after use I noticed it was covered in snow, so I'm guessing when I do use the light I'll have to keep brushing it off.Read more ›
The blower came well-packaged. The instruction booklet is quite detailed (and there are separate booklets in English, Spanish and French, so you can throw away one of two of them and be left with one light booklet instead of hanging on to a heavy booklet that has instructions in all three languages), and putting the blower together was a snap. All you have to do is straighten out the handle and tighten the bolts. Took all of about 10 minutes. The tough part was waiting for the first real snowfall I could use it on!
Before I used the snowblower for the first time, I applied silicone lubricant to the parts of it that would come in contact with the snow. This included the inside of the chute. This is to prevent snow from sticking to these surfaces. I had good luck with liquid wrench silicone lubricant.
Fianlly, almost 3 weeks after I bought the machine, we had enough snow for me to consider using the snowblower. Yesterday night, I took it out to the driveway for the first time. I must say I am very impressed with how it did. There were about 3 to 4 inches of light powdery snow on top of a frozen-over crust. This snowblower easily took care of the snow on top. It was quite powerful and threw the snow in a steady stream. I would say the throwing distance was easily 20 to 30 feet.Read more ›
2. I live in Minnesota....lots of snow.
3. Ordered this unit after much checking and reading reviews of electric snowblowers and read enough good things about this unit that I decided to give this unit a try.
4. Ordered the unit 12/4/10 and it arrived on 12/10/10. It took under 5 minutes to read the instructions and get it set up.
5. On 12/11/10 Minneapolis got 17.1 inches of snow.
6. I took this unit out and gave this unit a work out. Most of the snow was higher (taller) then the unit itself, so I needed to pick it up (it is light enough that that it not a problem) and set it on top of the 17' (or larger) snow drifts in my driveway. I pushed the button, pull in the starter handle, she purred and dug right into the snow. It worked perfect. It worked VERY hard. I did my driveway, back walk, side walk, front steps and front walk. I was just starting to do my main sidewalk when it quit. Being perfectly honest, I read the instructions and was waiting for this unit to shut down (it says that is has a safe guard that pervents the unit from over heating) and about 1/5 of the way into the front side walk, it stopped. I was worn out anyway. 40' x 10' driveway, 50'x 2' back side walk, 35'x2' side walk, 20'x5' front side walk all 17+" of snow, it had done yeomans work.
The instruction say it will reset it self after a minute or so, but it decided I had had enough for one night and just let the unit rest over night. The following morning the snow was still waiting, but it had be come very cold over night and the snow had a hard crust, but this unit fired right up and plowed right though the stuff. The city snow plows had plowed my alley and left a 36" pile of hard packed snow across the driveway. This unit took care of that pile!Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I just moved to South Dakota and needed a cheap snowblower quickly. This thing actually surprised me. I was able to quickly remove snow drifts over two feet tall.Published 1 month ago by Ronnie Mac's Uncle
Yep, I love this. No more shoveling snow for me. This things works great for a small driveway. It does need to be plugged in which I do not like but it does not require gasoline... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Daniel R Lefeber
When I got the snow blower I did not think it would do the job. It does a good job. just as good as the gas ones. Read morePublished 2 months ago by James B.
Got me through some deep snow this passed winter. Throws it far!Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
This thing is great. Easily works on 6" of snow and is kind if fun to used too. I am a widow and 70 years old and I now never feel housebound in a snowstorm because I know I... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Vibeke