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Responding to the need for an easy-to-use machine that could tackle heavier snowfall on large driveways and walkways, Snow Joe developed the Snow Joe Ultra SJ620, a larger electric snow thrower that delivers the power of a gas machine with the convenience of an electric unit. Driven by a 13.5 amp motor, the Snow Joe Ultra moves up to 650 pounds of snow per minute. Its durable, 4 blade rotor, constructed of heavy grade steel, cuts a full 18-inch wide and 10-inch deep with each pass, clearing 2150 square feet per hour. In addition to its hard-working plowing capacity, the Snow Joe Ultra features an adjustable discharge chute that rotates a complete 180 degrees to provide full control over the snow discharge direction. The chute deflector can also be adjusted to control the height of the snow stream. Easy-glide pivot wheels make the Snow Joe Ultra easy to turn and maneuver on each pass. The scraper blade at the base of the unit efficiently scrapes the snow clear to the pavement. The Snow Joe Ultra SJ620, is powered electrically, making it effortless to start and maintain. No gas, oil, or tune-ups are necessary. The unit is ETL-approved and carries a full two year warranty. For heavier snowfall on large driveways and walkways, the Snow Joe Ultra SJ620 is your smart solution this winter.
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20 cm of snow - yes, this is alberta, canada and yes, it is winter.
the machine works very well and really cleaned up the driveway. Read more
Not so sure about this product. It seemed to work great considering the price but the blower broke down on us during the second storm we used it in. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Michimi
Fulfilled expectations: the electric power cord was predictably a minor inconvenience; more problematic was the lack of power to toss the snow over the high banks that built up... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Raymond Thompson
It's only for small amounts of snow. Anything more and it the motor get stuck....Published 2 months ago by Aleksandar Shumanov