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Greenworks 80V 24'' Two Stage Snow Thrower - $1,599 (After $400 Savings)

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Richmond Hill

[Costco] Greenworks 80V 24'' Two Stage Snow Thrower - $1,599 (After $400 Savings)

Price1,599.99$
Standard Delivery Included

Valid for orders placed 12/30/22 to 01/02/23.

Features:
24” Clearing Width
50ft discharge distance
LED headlights
Brushless Motor
8-Year Battery Guarantee: 4-year Base Warranty + 4-year Extended Warranty for Batteries

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greenworks vs EGO? have doubts about greenworks's tool's longivity.... EGO seems to be widely reviewed as the cordless snowblower to go for and it's only a couple hundred over this....
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UnexpectedToken wrote: greenworks vs EGO? have doubts about greenworks's tool's longivity.... EGO seems to be widely reviewed as the cordless snowblower to go for and it's only a couple hundred over this....
Buy it in summer as friend did and he got the ego 2 stage for 1400
How can I be broke when I am saving so much?
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Cisco KId wrote: Buy it in summer as friend did and he got the ego 2 stage for 1400
where did they buy? how?
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Wow! The 4+4 year warranty on battery seems to be a vote of confidence from GreenWorks.

I already have a Toro E21 single stage snowblower which is more than adequate.
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Dec 10, 2006
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I bought the ego 2 stage back in Oct when they still had stock. It was 1799 with batteries and also came with a leaf blower. Looks like the same model went up in price by $200, that’s just crazy. If you are not using ego for your other tools, this greenworks deal isn’t bad since you get the Costco warranty and they have stock.
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Feb 27, 2013
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8 year warranty on batteries would make this a no brainer. I'm lucky j got the snowjoe 100v 2 stage for 1k$ though and I have no regrets. It was a big upgrade over my other 2 stage 80v snowjoe. (also paid 1k for that unit)
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can it deal with the snowbank left by the snow plow?
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fakishan wrote: can it deal with the snowbank left by the snow plow?
Reading feedback from EGO owners they do quite well. Very close to getting that one. This one is also intriguin.
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Cisco KId wrote: Buy it in summer as friend did and he got the ego 2 stage for 1400
I would pay $300 extra just so I can use it this winter….it has been a nightmare this winter in Ontario… lots of heavy wet snow…
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Does it take two batteries at once or just one?

I have another 80V 5Ah battery that came with my mower (use it for the leaf blower as well).

If it takes multiple batteries, can you mix different Ah batteries?

Been pretty impressed with Greenworks stuff over the past two summers, so debating getting into their winter stuff.
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For the same price range, I'm deciding between ego, ryobi and greenworks.

I have a ryobi subsystem but none of my batteries work, so having other equipment in the same family is not in the equation for me.

My 6 years old lawnmower is in a very good shape, but I might replacing it to a battery powered dependingon the advantages.
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Apr 30, 2020
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4Ah Batteries thats a pretty weak battery, in electric I would go min 10Ah.
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Aug 14, 2012
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1,799 I can pay for snow remving for 8 years
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ChippewaBarr wrote: Does it take two batteries at once or just one?

I have another 80V 5Ah battery that came with my mower (use it for the leaf blower as well).

If it takes multiple batteries, can you mix different Ah batteries?

Been pretty impressed with Greenworks stuff over the past two summers, so debating getting into their winter stuff.
I “think” it will use a single battery at a time actively and you can use the spare batteries within the storage slots provided. I have a single stage snow blower from GW (https://greenworkstools.ca/products/80v ... nd-charger ) and that’s how it’s works at least on that unit

I believe you can use a 5ah as long it’s a 80v
Call Greenworks to confirm
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jackzhan wrote: 1,799 I can pay for snow remving for 8 years
$1799 for 8 years means $225 per year. I guarantee you whoever you pick isn't showing up to actually plow maybe more than 1-2 cm, twice a season.

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Can only lead a horse to water...
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DanDurino wrote: $1799 for 8 years means $225 per year. I guarantee you whoever you pick isn't showing up to actually plow maybe more than 1-2 cm, twice a season.

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Lol who drags out their snowblower for 1-2cm?
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jackzhan wrote: 1,799 I can pay for snow remving for 8 years
I'd say make that 4 years, maybe 3 if considering taxes and yearly increases.
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I have both ego and greenworks tools and ego wins by a large margin.

Ego tools are much more solidly built and has a wider range of tools if you want to join their ecosystem.
They do cost more, but their warranty is superior. Try calling greenworks for support... It's a joke. They don't reply or when they do it's just to visit the store. Ego ships out replacements and is very good. This alone is worth going with them.

I've compared items side by side like the lawn mower, leaf blower, snow blower, trimmer, hedger and chainsaw and each tike the ego either performs better or last longer with slightly weaker performance

Why did I have 2 ecosystems, well I have able to get the greenworks 80v set for less than half the price it would be cost me for the ego set.. and I got it for the cottage which gets occasional use vs at home.

For those asking able the snow banks, so far I've been able to do the 10-14 inch snow banks up in wasaga beach with the greenworks single stage... Albeit with a couple passes and not as smooth if it were a two stage, but it does the job. Tbh 2 stage might be overkill and heavier on the battery drain for city..
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vinnie1990 wrote: ...For those asking able the snow banks, so far I've been able to do the 10-14 inch snow banks up in wasaga beach with the greenworks single stage... Albeit with a couple passes and not as smooth if it were a two stage, but it does the job. Tbh 2 stage might be overkill and heavier on the battery drain for city..
I've had a Greenworks single stage 80v for a couple of seasons now - it's worked great on everything I've had to throw at it <for BC Lower Mainland snow>. More than enough juice to do my driveway, 2 neighbours driveways, and the road in front of my house...as long as I hit it when it's fresh.

I'd love to justify purchasing this, but for my use case not sure it makes sense at $1800. But I would not hesitate on buying Greenworks and worrying about battery/etc. Maybe if this goes on clearance in a few months lol

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