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Snow Joe iON24SB-XR 80V Max 5.0 Ah Cordless Self-Propelled Two-Stage 3-Speed + Reverse Digital Drive Snow Blower
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- Revolutionary battery-powered two-stage snow blower
- 2 x 40 V Eco Sharp rechargeable Lithium-Ion batteries provide up to 40 minutes (5.0 Ah) of whisper-quiet runtime
- Integrated push-button display: LEDs indicate direction and speed selection
- Serrated steel auger moves up to 1000 lbs of snow per minute; cuts a path 24 in. wide by 13 in. deep without damaging surface
- ETL approved; Full 2-year warranty; Includes batteries and dual-port charger
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Revolutionary Battery-Powered Two-Stage Snow Blower.
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.
We focus on designing high quality outdoor tools that are affordable, because we believe that high craftsmanship does not have to come with outrageous prices. Browse our product selection, including our lawn mowers, trimmers, hedgers, snow blowers, tillers, and cultivators, to see how Snow Joe + Sun Joe make it easy to Get equipped with the right tools to tackle everyday household chores.
Dual Stage Cordless Snow Blower
Snow Joe iON24SB is one of the world’s first battery-powered dual-stage snow blower to combine the power and performance of gas with convenient, cord-free snow-shredding operation.
Power and Performance:
Powered by EcoSharp technology, Snow Joe’s innovative, interchangeable rechargeable lithium-ion battery system, iON includes two 40 V batteries to deliver up to 40 minutes (5.0 Ah) | 50 minutes (6.0 Ah) of whisper-quiet runtime and zero carbon emissions. A powerful 2500 W brushless motor increases battery efficiency, maximizes motor performance, decreases noise and vibration and extends motor life. The serrated steel auger moves up to 1000 pounds of snow per minute; cuts a path 24 inches wide by 13 inches deep without damaging the surface.
The powerful 2500 W brushless motor models starts instantly with a simple push of a button, and an integrated push-button digital display puts the full power of iON at your fingertips. With LEDs indicating direction and speed selection.
Easy to Use:
iON24SB is ideal for quickly clearing snow from sidewalks, large driveways and walkways. Featuring a self-propelled drive with choice of 3 forward and 1 reverse speed. The iON24SB has a 180° adjustable chute throws snow up to 32 feet Dual 0.3 W LED headlights provides increased visibility for nighttime snow removal.
Dual LED Lights
Dual 0.3-watt LED headlights for safe nighttime clearing.
Integrated push-button digital display puts the full power of iON at your fingertips.
80 Volts Of Power
Two 40 V batteries deliver up to 40 minutes (5.0 Ah) | 50 minutes (6.0 Ah) of whisper-quiet runtime and zero carbon emissions.
|Battery/Charger||2 x 40 volt 5.0 Ah lithium-ion batteries/Dual Port Charger||2 x 40 volt 6.0 Ah lithium-ion batteries/Dual Port Charger||No battery/charger|
|Power||80 Volt (2 x 40V) / 5.0 Ah||80 Volt (2 x 40V) / 6.0 Ah||N/A|
|Runtime (Max)||40 minutes||50 minutes||N/A|
|Clearing width/depth||24 in/16 in||24 in/16 in||24 in/16 in|
|Plowing capacity (max)||1000 lbs/min||1000 lbs/min||1000 lbs/min|
|Throw distance (max)||32 ft||32 ft||32 ft|
|Warranty||Full 2 Year Warranty||Full 2 Year Warranty||Full 2 Year Warranty|
|Item Dimensions||40 x 25.7 x 47 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||ION24SB-XR|
|Shipping Weight||99.21 pounds|
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DUAL DYNAMO, REVOLUTIONARY RECHARGEABLE! Just a few short years ago, Snow Joe took the world by storm with its innovative line of battery-powered snow blowers. Now we’re back in a BIG way again with the best-in-class iON24SB-XR. Ideal for clearing snow from sidewalks, large driveways and walkways, the Snow Joe iON24SB-XR is the revolutionary new addition to the Snow Joe iON arsenal and the world’s first dual-stage snow blower to provide easy and convenient GAS-FREE and CORD-FREE operation. Powered by EcoSharp technology, Snow Joe’s innovative, interchangeable rechargeable lithium-ion battery system, the iON24SB-XR includes two 40 V 5.0 Ah batteries to deliver up to 40 minutes* of whisper-quiet runtime with zero carbon emissions for cleaner air. This state-of-the-art cordless dynamo is also engineered with a powerful 2500 W brushless motor. The iON24SB-XR starts instantly with a simple push of a button, and an integrated push-button display puts the power of the iON 2-stage at your fingertips for unparalleled snow-shredding performance. Equipped with a heavy-duty serrated steel auger and powerful impeller, the iON 2-stage plows through up to 1000 pounds of snow per minute, clearing a path 24-inches wide by 13-inches deep with each pass. Plus, the scraper bar at the base of the unit lets you clear right to the ground without damaging your deck or pavement. Featuring a 180° adjustable chute, the iON 2-stage lets you direct the snow stream, up to 32 feet away! And for nighttime snow removal, the iON two stage comes equipped with two integrated 0.3 W LED headlights that switch on to increase nighttime visibility. *Runtime may vary based on snow conditions.
Top Customer Reviews
Sunday, December 11 at 9 am...... I cleared another 9 inches of wet heavy snow and the battery** still had 1 out of 3 lights to indicate battery** power. I discovered I could save power by turning the auger off more frequently when positioning the Snow Joe. I was not sure if the battery** would discharge faster from starting and stopping the auger, or from constantly running it while clearing snow. Now I have a definite confirmation. I also discovered using the slowest speed saves battery power, and you aren't going to move any faster in 3rd gear when clearing deep or heavy snow. The Snow Joe has plenty of torque and the tires are very good quality and grip well ( as I found out when I cut a path next to my car by driving the Snow Joe into the top portion of 16 inches of snow, and then stopped the auger***, moved into reverse, and cleared the bottom portion of the 16 inches. This was a 12 foot long and it was made by cutting about 2-3 foot long sections of the the top of the 16 inches, and then cleaning up the bottom and moving forward.
I will update as the Lake Erie Lake Effect Snow continues. We are expecting another 18 - 24 inches on Sunday. I was very lucky to have purchased and received this the day before the storm started. The Snow Joe has definitely made it possible to do the impossible. I never could have cleared so much snow in such a short period with a shovel, and I am in pretty good shape and have shoveled for the last 2 winters without a problem.
The next day brought 3 inches of wet snow in the morning and another 4 inches in the evening. Then there were some days of nothing noteworthy.
Today is Thursday December 15, I cleared 8 inches of snow out of the driveway only this morning. The battery used 1 cell. I had and appointment so I recharged and cleared another 4 inches in the driveway, 10 inches on the 2 sidewalks, I shoveled a 30 foot path across the front lawn for the stray cats we feed (so they can get to the feeding area), and then I use the Snow to cut the edges of the path so I can always clear it with the Snow Joe, and then I cut the path next to my car I mentioned above.
I will log every time I remove snow this winter to record the durability of the Snow Joe in a typical stormy Western New York Winter
**battery - the manual has a warning about discharging the battery completely. If the battery is completely drained of power it can be irreversibly damaged, and the only indicators are on the battery so I have to open the plastic door that shields the 2 batteries to check the battery level...... only one problem.... there is snow all over it, my gloves are wet because I am in a snow storm, and if I open the door to check the battery more moisture certainly will enter the battery compartment. I feel the information about damage caused by discharging the battery completely should be furnished to the consumer before the consumer decides to finalize his/her purchase. Although, I was not sure how to tell if the battery was completely discharged without opening the plastic door on the battery compartment until I noticed 2 things.
1) The Snow Joe will throw snow LESS FAR when the battery is weakening (again, this was wet heavy snow).
2) One time I depleted the battery further than usual. The Snow Joe would run ONLY the auger OR the drivetrain when the battery was very low.
**another note - there is a tag on the Drive Trigger that says "When operating, come to a COMPLETE STOP before switching directions" (I'll add the photo so you can read the warning about voiding the warranty). This tag seems just a little vague to me (i.e. does this mean do not push the directional and speed buttons from forward to reverse while the drive trigger is engaged? Or does it mean don't pull the Snow Joe backwards while still engaging the Drive Trigger in a forward gear? Or does it mean I have to drive the Snow Joe in a totally straight line while moving forward or backward? I don't know if this is a standard for all snow throwers/snow blowers because this is my first snow thrower/snow blower ever, but I have used a few gas powered snow throwers/snow blowers during my younger years in some of the famous Buffalo storms and never even thought about stopping before changing directions. And while talking about old snow throwers/snow blowers, I do remember having to move my hands from the steering mechanism to change gears in the 70's and 80's. The Snow Joe has the controls right on the steering grips, it makes life very easy while using this product.
*** a note about the auger - there is a warning in the manual about turning the auger off before moving in reverse.
**** 2 more general information notes
1) The Snow Joe does not have neutral gear (at least not that I have found). I built it in my living room and tried to pull it to the front door, I pulled it a couple inches and realized the gear Snow Joe was in gear. So I loaded the batteries and drove it out the door.
2) As I get to know The Snow Joe more I realize it automatically senses the load that the auger intakes, and it adjusts the thrust of the auger dependent on the resistance on the auger and the discharge assembly. I mention this because if you are going to clear 2 inches of snow you will want to start in the center of the driveway because the Snow Joe will only throw the snow about 6 feet. When you pass through the area where the snow was deposited the Snow Joe may increase the speed if the discharge assembly and throw the snow further because is weighs more.
I would have given this product a 5 start rating but I made my notes above about my concerns. I will say that I am more impressed every time I use the Snow Joe, and I will be more thoroughly impressed if it lasts through more than 1 Western New York Winter. Also, I am including photos of the box the Snow Joe Arrived in. It was tattered and re-taped and I almost told the FedEx guys to put it back on the truck because I was expecting the Snow Joe to be damaged. I am going to assume the box was in pretty bad condition before it was sent to me because it had a lot of secondary packing tape on it (hopefully you can see the in the photos. I am happy to say the unit was not damaged but the 3 nut/bolt assemblies on one side of the auger system were loose (so I recommend checking your unit very thoroughly if you purchase this product). Also, there is a plastic oval-shaped wheel that turns the Discharge Chute when you turn the "Handle Knob + Chute Crank Retainer" assembly (as named in the manual). The plastic oval shaped wheel was not engaged when I received the Snow Joe. There is a simple steel closed wrench included with the Snow Joe (similar to something you would receive with a shelving unit you need to assemble yourself) but there is not enough space to actually rotate the wrench and tighten the nut/bolt assembly on the oval wheel that turns the Discharge Chute. So I recommend having a socket wrench set available when you perform the minor assembling necessary to use this product for the first time (I think the nuts are all 1/4").
Overall this is a really cool robot and it has plenty of power when dealing with Lake Erie Lake Effect Snow. I recommend cleaning the snow from every part of the Snow Joe with forced air (100 pounds of pressure) from a compressor and a blower nozzle. This was the most effective cleaning method I have found yet.
I’ve debated whether I want to keep or return the Snow Joe, but I’m leaning toward keeping it because it’s “good enough” and I am indeed tired of dealing with gas, oil, noise, and sluggish engine starts that come with a gas engine. Currently, I’m sitting at 4 stars with this snow blower. If this was a gas snow blower it would get 3 stars but it definitely earns an extra star because it doesn’t need gas.
Here are my impressions:
Size Doesn’t Matter – This snow blower definitely can throw snow. When I first put the snow blower together, my first impression was that it was smaller than I had expected. However, I quickly found that as long as long as you have power in your batteries it shouldn’t have a problem clearing up to a foot of snow. I went through 3 inches and 7 inches of powdered snow with no problem. My neighbors with their larger more expensive snow blowers were confused how this small thing could pick up so much snow. Some reviewers complained that it doesn’t do well with wet snow but almost all two-stage snow blowers have problems with wet snow.
Quicker Startup, Less Maintenance, and Less Noise – To start this snow blower it’s just a matter loading batteries into the compartment and then go. No priming the engine and for the first time in 20 years after clearing the driveway my clothes or hands don’t smell like gas and fumes. I’m also getting to that age where noise is starting to bother me so my ears are very pleased with the Snow Joe. In fact, this cordless snow blower is quiet enough when running that it felt odd to me to hear my neighbor running his own gas snow blower from a distance.
Packaging Needs Improvement – As others have metioned, the packaging could be improved. With the thin box and weak packing material, my snow blower arrived with the fastener for the chute clean-out tool broken. I feel I’m lucky nothing else broke during transit and I plan on calling Snow Joe to get the broken part replaced.
Awful, Awful, Awful Handles – Snow Joe, what were you thinking? As others have mentioned, the handles are uncomfortable as you have to squeeze the drive/auger grips from the bottom with your fingers. For good reason, most two-stage snow blowers have you press the grip from top with the weight of your hand. Less fatigue on both hands and elbows that way. If I decide to return the snow blower, it will be because of this poor design choice by Snow Joe. Also, the “safety button” on the auger trigger needs to go or have the ability to lock in place as it was cumbersome to engage without two hands. Snow Joe, when you do improve this handle/grip I’d like to have us “first generation” buyers be able to retrofit this year’s model with the new handles/grips.
More Battery Power Needed – My 5.0 Ah batteries lasted only a half-hour. I had to wait for three hours to recharge the batteries before I could finish the second half of my driveway (40 feet long with three car garage width). Snow Joe does have a 6.0 Ah option, but I think you’re better off saving the money buying the 5.0 option and use the savings to buy a second set of batteries. The 6.0 Ah bundle only gets you extra 10 minutes of operations than the 5.0 Ah bundle. My recommendation for a normal residential driveway:
Single car driveway: 5.0 Ah option
Double car driveway: 5.0 Ah option + extra batteries or 6.0 Ah option
Triple car driveway: 5.0 Ah option + extra batteries
Build and Material of the Snow Blower – My gas snow blower lasted 20 years and I abused the heck out of it. I think I’ll be lucky if this new snow blower lasts 10 years with its plastic parts and lighter material. Realistically though, I’m not sure today’s gas snow blowers would last 20 years unless you’re willing to fork over a lot of money for the elite/professional lines. So given the price of this snow blower, I’m OK with the expected 10 years. Also, being that this snow blower is battery powered there is a lot less vibration, wear and tear than a gas snow blower. In other words, plastic on a cordless/electric snow blower should last longer than it would on a vibrating gas snow blower.
Not Fast, Not Slow – Some reviewers complain that the snow blower is too slow but I found the speeds reasonable for a two-stage snow blower. The three speeds are very comparable to the first three gears of my gas snow blower. My gas snow blower has a 4th gear that I seldom use (too fast with snow/ice on the drive) and won’t miss. What I will miss though is my 5th gear which is intended to be used without the auger engaged so you move to your destination quickly. The Snow Joe is difficult to push/pull if the motors are not being used.