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

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

Costco offer $400 on Greenworks 80V 24'' Two Stage Snow Thrower

$400 OFF - Valid for orders placed 01/25/23 to 01/30/23.

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
Last edited by CarrieRFD on Jan 25th, 2023 11:09 am, edited 2 times in total.
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The deal is better when using coupons:

1. https://forums.redflagdeals.com/costco- ... t-2497544/

2. https://forums.redflagdeals.com/costco- ... r-2589269/

Purchase link is here: https://www.costco.ca/greenworks-80v-24 ... 04648.html
Costco membership is required.






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Costco.ca will pick up returns for free: https://customerservice.costco.ca/app/a ... l/a_id/476.

Costco.ca offers free pick ups for all items: https://customerservice.costco.ca/app/a ... l/a_id/218.

https://customerservice.costco.ca/app/a ... /a_id/6509 (option 2)


Thanks to Enduring for mentioning warranty registration is required for batteries: https://forums.redflagdeals.com/greenwo ... #p37140916.


This is someone's experience in "heavy, wet snow":




Here's OnDeals' experience in Ottawa, clearing 15 to 25 cm of snow:





By the way, the housing for Greenworks and Kobalt batteries appears to be the only difference preventing them from being interchangeable:







$69 + tax 80V blower is on sale (works with batteries from this snow thrower):
https://forums.redflagdeals.com/greenwo ... r-2591512/
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I see a lot of Price Adjustments in Costco's near future.

Glad I didn't buy at $200 off.

Good deal with the 8y battery warranty.
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PapaTroll wrote: Why i decided to invest in this kind of a tool is the snow removing services in my area keeps getting worse/unreliable and increasing their prices.

So in 4-5 years from now not only i would break even but still have 4 years of warranty left.
And the value of your snow blower if you decided to sell at that point.

It'll still be worth hundreds to someone, especially if you were to get batteries warrantied.
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Corded blowers are much cheaper and don't have to deal with batteries. You get the hang of managing it it's not a bid deal. Worst part is wrapping the cord back up each time I agree is a pita
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Ken_vs_Ryu wrote: Corded blowers are much cheaper and don't have to deal with batteries. You get the hang of managing it it's not a bid deal. Worst part is wrapping the cord back up each time I agree is a pita
to each their own.... to some it's worth the extra price to not worry about the cord...

also some people may have long drive ways that require too long of an extension cord to plow...
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Ken_vs_Ryu wrote: Corded blowers are much cheaper and don't have to deal with batteries. You get the hang of managing it it's not a bid deal. Worst part is wrapping the cord back up each time I agree is a pita
Plugged OPE is so 80's.
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Do price adjustment requests no longer provide reference numbers?
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Strongly considering this right now. Should I understand that the warranty on the blower itself is 4 years?
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Jul 13, 2022
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I jumped on this at $1799 two weeks ago, and now it's at an even better price.
Pretty much identical in features and operation to the Ego STN2405. Battery capacity is slightly better than the STN2405 with 7.5 Ah batteries (priced at $1999), and slightly worse than the 10 Ah version (priced at $2199).

The batteries alone in this package are worth $750.

Here's the previous thread if anyone wants to read up on the conversation from that: https://forums.redflagdeals.com/costco- ... s-2591947/
djzapz wrote: Strongly considering this right now. Should I understand that the warranty on the blower itself is 4 years?
That's correct. It's 4 year base warranty on the batteries and the machine. There is an additional 4 year warranty on the batteries from Greenworks for buying through Costco, for a total of 8 years, but the machine itself remains at 4 years
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Enduring wrote: I jumped on this at $1799 two weeks ago, and now it's at an even better price.
Pretty much identical in features and operation to the Ego STN2405. Battery capacity is slightly better than the STN2405 with 7.5 Ah batteries (priced at $1999), and slightly worse than the 10 Ah version (priced at $2199).

The batteries alone in this package are worth $750.

Here's the previous thread if anyone wants to read up on the conversation from that: https://forums.redflagdeals.com/costco- ... s-2591947/



That's correct. It's 4 year base warranty on the batteries and the machine. There is an additional 4 year warranty on the batteries from Greenworks for buying through Costco, for a total of 8 years, but the machine itself remains at 4 years
Most credit cards would push the base warranty to 5 years as well.
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Feb 19, 2017
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Does this use the 3 batteries at the same time or does it use one battery and the other 2 slots are for storage?
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Enduring wrote: Just a word of caution for those that purchased this, make sure to register your product. There is very tiny writing on the outside of the box that says "with registration" under the 4 year extended battery warranty.

https://greenworkstools.ca/pages/product-registration
Regarding the warranty, I confirmed with Greenworks, it is applicable only for the primary owner, whoever registers the product first. So, if you buy any Greenworks product off-market, then the warranty do not apply.
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Jul 13, 2022
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volt2017 wrote: Does this use the 3 batteries at the same time or does it use one battery and the other 2 slots are for storage?
It pulls from all 3 batteries at the same time. It will also run on 1, 2, or 3 batteries and mixed Ah batteries. The US version only ships with 2x 5Ah batteries.

I ran mine for about 45 minutes the other day and all 3 batteries were at around 50% when I went to charge them.

The biggest annoyance with the Canadian version is that it ships with 3 batteries, but only a charger that can charge 2 batteries at a time.
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AstonM wrote: Most credit cards would push the base warranty to 5 years as well.
Does Costco's CIBC card increase the base warranty?

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