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[Amazon.ca] Sun Joe SBJ597E corded Electric Blower $20

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[Amazon.ca] Sun Joe SBJ597E corded Electric Blower $20

Sun Joe SBJ597E 6 Amp 155 Max Mph All Purpose corded Electric Blower $20 - lime green color only.
Need to supply your own outdoor extension cord JFYI.
Fall is coming!

https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B01M3UK0VY
  • Best use: sweeping patios, driveways, decks and garages
  • Air speed (max): 155 mph
  • No load speed: 12,000/13,500 RPM
  • Motor: 6 amp
  • Weight: 3.9 lbs

Lowest ever on CCC.
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May 3, 2008
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buy now think later!!!!! :P
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This would also work well for drying your car after a wash.
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Will this be loud enough to drown out nagging from SO?
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kaiseki wrote: This would also work well for drying your car after a wash.
a lot of the reviews say that's what people are using them for ;)
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Regular price is only $33, sounds like it's probably poor quality.
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is this going to work for blowing snow?
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sneaky wrote: a lot of the reviews say that's what people are using them for ;)
Add top half of a plastic water bottle to the tip of the blower and you can use it to inflate the kiddie pool.
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DimsumDeals wrote: is this going to work for blowing snow?
Before it hits the ground
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155 mph enough to dry the car after a wash?
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Bought one for blowing out all the dirt/grass/leaves that will blow into the garage and to blow the lawn clippings. Don't really care about drying the car as that's what going out and driving it afterwards is for lol
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DimsumDeals wrote: is this going to work for blowing snow?
I had used a different model that has 215 MPH 10AMP to blow the snow. It was OK for little and light dry snow. It blew the snow away and kept the driveway clean. However, it was a waste of time for me because when there were too little snow, I wouldn't even care to clean up and when there were too much snow, it would be much faster to get the job done by bringing out the snow blower.

My guess is that this model would be way under power if you want to use it to blow the snow. I was told that the stores used gas powered one to blow the snow at the park lot. Electric blowers are too weak.

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