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Snow Joe SJ623E 15-Ampere Ultra Electric Snow Thrower with Light
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- Instant start
- Easy push button switch
- Convenient, compact shape
- Ergonomic Grip
- 20-watt halogen light
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|Item Dimensions||38 x 19 x 45 inches|
|Item Weight||34 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||SJ623E|
|Shipping Weight||40 pounds|
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|Dimensions||38 inches x 45 inches x 19 inches||40.55 inches x 42.5 inches x 23 inches||38 inches x 45 inches x 19 inches||38 inches x 45 inches x 19 inches|
|Item Weight||34 pounds||35.7 pounds||31.83 pounds||33.3 pounds|
|Size||Blue 18" Clearing Width, 15 AMP Motor||21"||15 AMP 18"||Black 18" Clearing Width, 13.5 AMP Motor|
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|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
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. I did store the unit in the house, since it was small enough. I just put down a garbage bag, with an old towel on top, to catch the melt. By the end of the 2012/2013 winter, the snow piles in our boulevard were to tall for me to see over, at 6'1" tall, and our mailbox was accessed through a little hole we'd dug into that snow bank. The Snow Joe had thrown all of it there, including the heavy piles left by the plow. I worked it well above what the designers meant it to do, I'm sure, but it handled it. Other than an occasional scratch from the odd rock and a missing sticker, or two, it barely looks used.
Recommended, whole-heartedly, by this Wisconsinite, who's happy to no longer have to break his back, shoveling.
A little word of warning, if you are going to get this or any high power electric, you need to really beef up your extension cord. Use a 10 gauge for 100' of cord and 12 gauge for 50' of cord, it really makes a difference; no brown outs.
As far as its quality and ability to remove snow is concerned, it works just fine. No issues with clearing up more than a foot of snow rather quickly. It leaves only a thin layer (less than half an inch) at the bottom which salt can easily take care of. However, if you wait to clean up, and this bottom layer becomes ice before you use the snowblower, you could have trouble using this snowblower effectively. It will still work, but it will be harder to plough through the ice and it will likely leave a thicker bottom layer of ice that could be slippery and dangerous.
The handle on the right with a on/off button is very convenient. Simply release the button and the machine stops. Press it again and it starts moving. The handles and overall machine is light so it's not taxing even after using the machine for say 30 minutes. The thrower nozzle on top is good and can be easily maneuvered with the crank handle. The throwing distance depends somewhat on the amount of snow you are clearing - more snow means it will throw further. I personally was not very impressed with the distance it threw the snow. If you start from the middle of the driveway, for example, it will be able to throw the snow only to one side of the driveway (instead of throwing it outside the driveway). This means that you will still need to clear that snow again from that side. If you have a narrow driveway (say just enough for a one-car garage), this will work just fine.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Live in Minnesota. Can't afford a gas powered snowblower.....or the maintenance. And my area to remove snow is really too small to justify a gas powered snowblower. Read morePublished 27 days ago by reptile007
Great snowblower for less than 12" of snow; workable for more, but with some difficulty. For 90% of the snow we get in the mid-Atlantic, this little guy is perfect. Read morePublished 1 month ago by OBK
This is a good blower, it works on small amounts of snow. The only real problem I have is dealing with the plug. But it is an electrical snowblower. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Jason Caminiti
Works as expected for the price and size. It helps save me from the torture of shoveling my driveway and it makes the work so fast. Read morePublished 1 month ago by N. Luong
I have totally mixed feelings about this snow blower. When I first used it I was just happy to not be shoveling the snow manually. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ric
Used this little guy during the DC / Va snow storm. for an electric it ROCKED! cannot recommend enough for anything up to 3feet. I was shocked a thoe effective this was.Published 2 months ago by Nathan Coffman
Works surprisingly well for an electric. Had no problem with 3-4" snow, but heavier areas took a bit of work and multiple passes to get through. Read morePublished 2 months ago by VSmith