[Amazon.ca] [amazon] Snow Joe 323E Electric Snow Shovel | 13-Inch | 10 Amp Motor [$88.88]

//[Amazon.ca] [amazon] Snow Joe 323E Electric Snow Shovel | 13-Inch | 10 Amp Motor [$88.88]

[Amazon.ca] [amazon] Snow Joe 323E Electric Snow Shovel | 13-Inch | 10 Amp Motor [$88.88]

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[amazon] Snow Joe 323E Electric Snow Shovel | 13-Inch | 10 Amp Motor [$88.88]



Amazon product: Snow Joe 323E Electric Snow Shovel | 13-Inch | 10 Amp Motor
Customer Reviews:
As a quick background, here in Ottawa, Canada, we can have some really harsh winter weather and folks who move here very quickly get used to the realities of massive snow storms. As with most people in our neighbourhood, we have our snow plowing contracted to a local service provider but that still leaves us with the responsibility of clearing our walk ways and the occasional municipal dump right in front of our driveway. For the past 15 years, I have been shovelling with a non-electric shovel and, trust me, it is back breaking work 🙂 … after looking at a Snow Joe for over a year I finally bought it last winter and … I could not have made a better purchase. Out of the box, it took less than 5 minutes to assemble it. We had a few pieces missing and some concerns but a quick call to Snow Joe’s customer support took care of all of it. I had read a lot of reviews that talked about how the chute is in front and the shovel throws the snow only in one direction. True, it does take some getting used to but within the first few runs I had mastered the grid that I had to follow to make sure that the snow fell away from me and in the right places. I would though say that the snow drift is an issue if the wind is strong, which would also be the case with most other shovels and plows. What used to take over 30 mins every time in the bitter cold before, took me an average of 5-8 minutes this last winter. Having a Snow Joe was a real blessing, though for the next one I may consider buying a cordless one because having to manage a cord in heavy snow adds a little bit of work. Nothing that would stop be from highly recommending it though 🙂


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2020-10-12T15:38:55+00:00 October 12th, 2020|Other|