GreenWorks Pro 2600602 80V 12-Inch Cordless Snow Shovel, 2Ah Battery and Charger Included

January 11, 2017 - Comment

GreenWorks PRO 80Volt lithium ion battery powered snow shovels help you move a lot of snow in a short period of time. Product Features GreenWorks lightweight and powerful snow shovels help you easily move snow out of your way. 12 inch shoveling width and power to throw snow out of your way. Best for for

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GreenWorks PRO 80Volt lithium ion battery powered snow shovels help you move a lot of snow in a short period of time.

Product Features

  • GreenWorks lightweight and powerful snow shovels help you easily move snow out of your way.
  • 12 inch shoveling width and power to throw snow out of your way.
  • Best for for snow depth up to 6″

Comments

Helius says:

Works Great When It Works… Which Is Not Long After my third order and using two of these, others need to know about the problems that exist with this machine.First, just a little bit of background. This is not my first Greenworks product. I have a lawn mower, leaf blower and power washer, and I have had great experiences with all of them.I’ll start from the beginning. My first order was actually lost by UPS, so I can’t fault Greenworks for that. Amazon was great about sending me out another one. I received the second one, put it together, and waited for our next snow here in the Denver area. It turned out to be quite a snow storm for us, and when I woke up we had roughly six inches of light snow on the ground, with more to come. I decided that since this is a light blower, I should go ahead and get started. Well, this thing powered through those six inches like a champ! I was thoroughly impressed, and thought I had done well with my purchase.Around three hours later, another couple inches had…

Jim Olsen says:

Handles the mountains of Utah Received this yesterday, and immediately put it to work here in the mountains of Utah. I live up at a ski resort over 7000 feet, and see my share of snow. I already have two traditional snowblowers to deal with the driveway. I’ve been breaking my back shoveling snow off of the decks up here for the last 20 years, and finally decided there must be a better way. I leave large portions of my decks unshoveled during the winter, just because I don’t want to deal with the work, and it is hard on them. Corded snow throwers are not practical for me, given the cord would always be in the way.So when I saw this new model out with an 80v power pack, I knew I had to give it a try. The order went smoothly and arrived well packaged. Some assembly required is misleading, in that the assembly consisted of snapping the two halves of the handles together and hand tightening a screw. All of five minutes. I charged the battery pack up in about another 20, and was off to clear the…

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