Snow Joe SJ623E Electric Single Stage Snow Thrower | 18-Inch | 15 Amp Motor | Headlights
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- Versatile: ideal for clearing snow off mid-to-large sized driveways and walkways
- MAINTENANCE-FREE: No gas, oil or tune-ups make it effortless to start and maintain
- Powerful: 15-amp motor moves up to 720 lbs. of snow per minute
- Steel auger: 4-blade Steel auger cuts 18 in. Wide by 10 in. Deep with each pass
- Directional Chute: 180° adjustable directional Chute throws snow up to 25 ft.
- Halogen light: 23 W halogen light to clear paths day or night
- Clean-out tool: universal Chute clean-out tool included to help remove snow build-up
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Snow Joe + Sun Joe
Snow Joe + Sun Joe specialize in developing innovative outdoor tools to keep your home looking beautiful throughout the year, whether the snow is falling or the sun is shining. Our expansive line of outdoor power equipment, which includes manual, cordless, and electric tools such as lawn mowers, trimmers, tillers, and snow blowers, aims to simplify your yard routine to make it quick and easy to get your outdoor chores done.
When It Comes To Snow - Go With Joe
The SJ623E Can Move Up To 720 Pounds Per Minute
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.
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.
- Ideal for clearing snow off mid-to-large sized driveways and walkways
- No gas, oil or tune-ups make it effortless to start and maintain
- Powerful 15-amp motor moves up to 720 lbs of snow per minute
Power Where You Need It
Powered by a 15-amp motor, this snow-throwing dynamo can move up to 720 pounds of snow per minute!
4-Blade Steel Auger
Cuts up to 18 inches (45.7 centimeters) wide and 10 inches (25.4 centimeters) deep in one pass. Clear right to the ground without damaging surface.
At the push of a button, the SJ623E delivers the performance of a gas machine with the convenience of electric power. No gas, no oil, no maintenance, no fuss!
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|Item Dimensions||45.00 x 19.00 x 26.00 inches||40.60 x 23.00 x 42.50 inches||23.40 x 22.00 x 26.00 inches||22.50 x 40.50 x 44.50 inches||31.00 x 21.60 x 37.00 inches|
|Item Weight||34.00 lbs||35.70 lbs||34.80 lbs||—||30.00 lbs|
|Power Source||Corded Electric||Corded Electric||Corded Electric||Corded Electric||Corded Electric|
|Size||Blue 18" Clearing Width, 15 AMP Motor||—||Pack of 1||—||Corded|
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 .
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02/11/2018 added a short video. Still works like a champ. I can't understand the bad reviews.
This is the review I wish I had read before I bought this snow blower. I have never used one until tonight and I was disappointed. The machine is easy enough to setup, 10 minutes to unpack and read the instructions.
1st irritation - the connection for the extension cord will not fit the head on my industrial 12 ga. extension cord.
2nd irritation - if you have any joints in the concrete you are clearing, the blower will jar on them because the wheels are so small. This can be painful and very frustrating.
3rd irritation - a few times I noticed a burning smell coming from the machine, not a good sign.
4th and the biggest killer of all is the snow blower does not blow any snow unless you move it with a lot of force and speed. At first I was pushing the blower at about the same pace you would push a lawn mower and it was clogging non stop. The snow was only 1" (2 cm) deep at most, but quite wet. The snow would not even shoot out 3 feet, and after pushing the blower less than 6 feet the spout would clog. I was so frustrated that I pushed the machine as hard as I could and voila, the snow started spraying 15 to 18 feet. I bought the machine to reduce the physical stress of clearing snow, but it was actually harder physically for me to push the machine with enough pace to clear the snow than shoveling. It was definitely much faster than shoveling but definitely not easier.
I hope this helps out anyone who is considering an electric snow blower.
I ordered the snow blower in October of 2016 and have used it 2 times since then. after a recent snow storm I took it out to clear the driveway and got about 4 or 5 rows cleared and it stopped working. Not sure what the issue is and am currently trying to get warranty support. I would have rated this higher as I like the unit (when it works). I hope I get support from them to fix the issue.
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I’ve been lazy and have not shoveled my patio this year.
But now the snow/ice is about 4-5 feets and I don’t want it to break so I’ve shoveled a bit of and told myself No more!
I’ve bought this little snowblower + a 15A extension as recommended and so far i’m quite impressed.
Sure! I have to break down the ice but that little thing eats right through it. And i’m not soft with it!
I would’nt say it throws snow at 25 feets ...maybe 15 but it’s all right for me.
It’s only my second day with it but if something goes wrong, i’ll update this review
Very please so far!
Update 1 : the little joint at the end of the shaft to turn the chute has broken... we’ll see if they have a good warranty process...
Update 2 : so after a couple more uses I discovered that the blades are scraping on the inside of the casing of the unit.
After a call at the company, they are sending me a brand new unit and a prepaid shipping label and I just have to put the old one in the box and return it. So far i’m very satisfied with the customer service (english only)
The first time was powdery snow maybe around 10cm high. We used it on a 10-amp extension cord because we hadn't purchased a complimentary 15-amp cord yet (DON'T DO THIS! You will reduce the lifespan of your machine and the cord itself becomes a hazard). We decided to try it out anyways and it worked well. I'd say it threw the snow a good 3-5 metres. You'll have to work out a movement pattern so that you're not constantly fiddling with the cord getting in your way.
The second snowfall was a lot more rough. Somewhat wet and packable snow around 30cm high. This time we had the 15-amp cord and it worked flawlessly again. The trick is to not shove it into the snow, but rather go slower. If you shove it into thick snow it will lag a bit, the motor will sound like it's losing power. Just back up, and go into the snow slower.
One problem I have is that the chute is designed in a way that it's either too high and blows snow way too far (onto our neighbor's driveway), or it's too low and snow blows out the crack between the two sections that make up the chute (and into your face).
The light is an added bonus, I didn't really use it. I don't find it necessary.
The screws that tighten and hold the handlebars firm seem janky. I would be careful to not over tighten them.
The machine is not heavy enough to scrap off snow that has been packed down by footsteps. If there is any type of frozen crust on the snow, it will just ride right on top of the snow drift instead of plowing through it.
There is a safety lever that is supposed to turn off the machine if I let go of it, like any other type of yard equipment. Today when I plugged it in, the blower started right away, even when nobody was holding it. I am glad no body else was around.
First time that I have ever written a review where I say that this product is crap.
It is much lighter than you realize. Which is better than the back breaker gas machine we also own but it tends to start skimming on top of light snow if you are not paying attention. Also, if it is heavier wet snow, it has an issue scooping and flinging it about so clogs more easily.
It is definitely right for most situations and I do recommend it. I would say if you have a larger area, pay the premium and get the next level cordless model. Running back and forth with a 100ft cord to move out of the way each time is exhausting.