\n Ultra 21-inch 15 Amp Electric Snowblower with Light is rated\n out of\n 5 by\n 980.\n

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\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n \n\n \n"}\n \n Rated 2 out of\n 5\n by\n Penny from\n It’s not very powerful. We had about 10” of snow...\n It’s not very powerful. We had about 10” of snow dry snow and it didn’t do too well. Sounded strained. Disappointing.\n

\n Date published: 2020-02-13

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Moe from\n Very quiet and quick to set up and use. Just...\n Very quiet and quick to set up and use. Just make sure your get an all weather extension cord.\n

\n Date published: 2020-02-12

\n \n \n \n Rated 1 out of\n 5\n by\n Jay from\n After several snowfalls here in Milwaukee, I conclude: this is...\n After several snowfalls here in Milwaukee, I conclude: this is USELESS. Incapable of blowing anything more than 2 inches of fluffy snow. If snow is just a bit wet or heavy, it clogs or bogs down. Discharge chute won't stay in place either, must be constantly readjusted. I wasted my money.\n

\n Date published: 2020-02-10

\n \n \n \n Rated 4 out of\n 5\n by\n HomeDepotCustomer from\n Rating provided by a verified purchaser...\n Rating provided by a verified purchaser\n

\n Date published: 2020-02-10

\n \n \n \n Rated 4 out of\n 5\n by\n Norm from\n electric snow blower\n Very good machine. Not as powerful as a gas machine, but at least it works when you turn it on, versus a gas machine. Quite happy with it.\n

\n Date published: 2020-02-07

\n \n \n \n Rated 4 out of\n 5\n by\n HomeDepotCustomer from\n Rating provided by a verified purchaser...\n Rating provided by a verified purchaser\n

\n Date published: 2020-02-05

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Christina from\n Great Little Machine!\n Love!! Super strong little thing! Perfect for our Stouffville winters!!\n

\n Date published: 2020-02-03

\n \n \n \n Rated 4 out of\n 5\n by\n HomeDepotCustomer from\n I have a triple car driveway and sidewalk to shovel....\n I have a triple car driveway and sidewalk to shovel. The Snow Joe blower does a nice job. It's light weight and easy to operate. The only part of it that is cumbersome to use is the electric cord. I was impressed with the ability to move snow. It meets my needs and better than a snow shovel.\n

\n Date published: 2020-02-02

\n \n \n \n Rated 4 out of\n 5\n by\n HomeDepotCustomer from\n Rating provided by a verified purchaser...\n Rating provided by a verified purchaser\n

\n Date published: 2020-01-29

\n \n \n \n Rated 4 out of\n 5\n by\n Snowjoe from\n I used it once this season so far. I cannot comment how well its works in deep snow. Assembly w...\n I used it once this season so far. I cannot comment how well its works in deep snow. Assembly was easy . I should have purchased a 100ft cord .\n

\n Date published: 2020-01-29

\n \n \n \n Rated 1 out of\n 5\n by\n Tm from\n No power to throw snow. Does not clean down...\n No power to throw snow. Does not clean down to sidewalk and scraper (?) can’t be adjusted.\n

\n Date published: 2020-01-28

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Stephanie from\n Wow! This is a great snow blower!!! Very easy to...\n Wow! This is a great snow blower!!! Very easy to use. Highly recommend!!!\n

\n Date published: 2020-01-27

\n \n \n \n Rated 3 out of\n 5\n by\n jtrico from\n Dead after 3 years\n It was nice while it lasted. It was a powerhouse, making easy work of the light stuff and was still able to make it through the heavy stuff with a few passes. Cheap enough to not break the bank, but wasn't expecting it to die after only 3 years of maybe a dozen, or so, total uses. Moving on to a gas blower from here.\n

\n Date published: 2020-01-26

\n \n \n \n Rated 2 out of\n 5\n by\n FlyGuy from\n Useless on all but the lightest fluffiest snow. Not stiff...\n Useless on all but the lightest fluffiest snow. Not stiff enough to push into normal snow.\n

\n Date published: 2020-01-25

\n \n \n \n Rated 4 out of\n 5\n by\n FG Ottawa from\n Working good enough\n Good for walkway and normal snow. Not on ice or the end of driveway snow pushed from the city.\r\nLight weight, easy to carry\n

\n Date published: 2020-01-24

\n \n \n \n Rated 4 out of\n 5\n by\n Chris from\n Decent snow blower\n Wet and heavy snow can clog the snow thrower and make it stop sometimes. Other than that it's worth the money,\n

\n Date published: 2020-01-23

\n \n \n \n Rated 4 out of\n 5\n by\n Lauren from\n Excellent\n Perfect for what I need. The cord is a drag but that has nothing to do with the machine itself.\n

\n Date published: 2020-01-23

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Barbara from\n So far Im very happy with my snow Joe...\n So far Im very happy with my snow Joe\n

\n Date published: 2020-01-21

\n \n \n \n Rated 1 out of\n 5\n by\n Jano44 from\n 1. The power on-off assembly is defective. After a 20...\n 1. The power on-off assembly is defective. After a 20 minute run one day, it never powered-on the next time I was intending to use the snow blower.2. It does not have enough power to throw all of the snow off the chute.3. On the plus side, ordering from Home Depot with store pick up worked well.\n

\n Date published: 2020-01-21

\n \n \n \n Rated 4 out of\n 5\n by\n Bob from\n It was easy to put together, and this past Sunday was the first time I got to use it.\n It was easy to put together, and this past Sunday was the first time I got to use it.\n

\n Date published: 2020-01-21

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n shovelhater from\n First winter of use, and the unit has had no...\n First winter of use, and the unit has had no problem with 3" of wet slop, and 8" of light stuff. A third storm rained on top of a few inches of wet snow, and that clogged the chute (my neighbors' nice gas unit had no issues). Score so far: SnoJo 2, Snow 1\n

\n Date published: 2020-01-21

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Happy4me from\n I finally got to use my new snowblower! It...\n I finally got to use my new snowblower! It worked great!! We got a lot of wet heavy snow with two foot drifts maybe higher in places and that blower sailed thru it all!! I would recommend it highly.. I hope it continues to work..\n

\n Date published: 2020-01-21

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n HomeDepotCustomer from\n We bought for our deck and works good...\n We bought for our deck and works good Bill\n

\n Date published: 2020-01-21

\n \n \n \n Rated 1 out of\n 5\n by\n HomeDepotCustomer from\n Rating provided by a verified purchaser...\n Rating provided by a verified purchaser\n

\n Date published: 2020-01-17

\n \n \n \n Rated 4 out of\n 5\n by\n VancouverIsland42 from\n A mini monster.\n We had our first 20 cm snowfall last night so I had a chance to use the SnowJoe today. It was more effective than I had anticipated. The snow was reasonably fluffy and the blower was light and manoeuverable. My driveway is about 70x50 ft and I use a 100 ft 12 ga. cord. This cord is too thick to fully lock into the cord holder but will lie behind the clip with ease. Keeping the cord controlled and out of the way of the machine is slightly awkward but not too much of a problem. The snow was deep enough in places that it required two sweeps of the blades to clear right down to the concrete. The effective throwing distance was between 10 and 20 ft., with the lightest snow reaching about 25 ft. Not too bad for this little monster. I also like the safety starter mechanism and "deadman" grip. Then moved on and cleared a neighbour's driveway of similar size. Overall I am very happy with the performance and cost/benefit of this unit. Definitely a strong recommendation for this equipment.\n

\n Date published: 2020-01-15

\n \n \n \n Rated 4 out of\n 5\n by\n HomeDepotCustomer from\n Haven't had a chance to use it yet, but it...\n Haven't had a chance to use it yet, but it seems fine.\n

\n Date published: 2020-01-14

\n \n \n \n Rated 3 out of\n 5\n by\n didit47 from\n My first snow blower, and I have used it once. Fairly powdery 4-5" snow on unfrozen asphalt and ...\n My first snow blower, and I have used it once. Fairly powdery 4-5" snow on unfrozen asphalt and concrete so I assume, optimal conditions. I like not having to worry about the gas engine stalling or needing a tune up. Used 12/3 Southwire 100 ft extension cord which, surprise, gets stiff and hard to coil in the snow, but worked fine. Thought about using again this morning on fresh 2", but frozen icy beneath and decided to leave it.\r\n It is light weight which makes it easy to handle but also allows it to push some of the snow in front of it creating build-up. You can deal with that to a degree by pulling and rocking the machine, which is a lot more work and defeats the purpose somewhat. More efficient than I thought it would be in slush. Discharge distance is very short. Fine for narrow sidewalk but unless you only want to clear path in snow just for tires, not whole driveway, you will be moving the same snow a number of times. \r\n Also learned when I have to replace blades there are 3 sets of 3 screws per 3 blades to remove and reattach.\r\n I will try to come back after further use, but I'm lazy, so we'll see. If I was to do it over again I would probably spend more for something more heavy duty (this is far from a rugged machine) and next time I would do more brick and mortar research, but it will probably suffice in most Seattle area snows.\n

\n Date published: 2020-01-14

\n \n \n \n Rated 5 out of\n 5\n by\n Marshwren from\n Easy to start, moves snow well. I'm sold!...\n Easy to start, moves snow well. I'm sold!\n

\n Date published: 2020-01-14

\n \n \n \n Rated 4 out of\n 5\n by\n neil from\n It was easy to assemble. Only had an inch to...\n It was easy to assemble. Only had an inch to 2 inches of wet snow. I thought it did a pretty good job.\n

\n Date published: 2020-01-14

\n \n \n \n Rated 3 out of\n 5\n by\n 2tall2call from\n Just might have to wait for snow!!!!...\n Just might have to wait for snow!!!!\n

\nDate published: 2020-01-14

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