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EGO 21 in. 56-Volt Lithium-Ion Single Stage Electric Snow Blower with (2) 5.0 Ah Batteries
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21 in. 56-Volt Lithium-Ion Single Stage Electric Snow Blower with (2) 5.0 Ah Batteries

  • Combines the power of any 2 batteries for unrivaled performance
  • Throws snow up to 35 ft.
  • Handle folds flat in seconds for compact storage
$599.00 /each

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The new EGO POWER+ Snow Blower is the only cordless snow blower that delivers the power and performance of gas without the noise, fuss and fumes. Featuring Peak Power technology, it combines the power of any two EGO 56-Volt ARC Lithium batteries for superior clearing power, even in heavy, wet snow. Built with a high-efficiency brushless motor and a 21 in. wide intake, the EGO POWER+ Snow Blower can handle it all, even what the city snow plow leaves behind. Easily adjust the variable-speed auger to control how far the snow is thrown, up to 35 ft., for maximum control. A robust handle-mounted chute-adjustment lever puts the user in control when re-directing the snow up to 180˚ from side to side. 2 bright LED lights make it convenient for use early in the morning or at night and the robust steel chassis is built for aggressive use in demanding conditions. The EGO POWER+ Snow Blower Kit includes two (2) 5.0 Ah batteries and the Rapid Charger, the industry’s fastest, to recharge a 5.0 Ah battery in just 40 minutes. All EGO tools, batteries and chargers are 100% compatible so owners can build the combinations they need and maximize their value. Experience Power Beyond Belief with the EGO POWER+ Snow Blower and the entire EGO POWER+ lineup.

  • Peak power technology combines the power of any 2 EGO ARC lithium batteries
  • 21 in. clearing width
  • Throws snow up to 35 ft.
  • Two 5.0Ah 56V batteries are compatible with all EGO POWER+ products
  • Weather-resistant, heavy duty steel and composite construction to handle challenging conditions
  • Variable-speed auger control
  • Convenient, handle-mounted chute adjustment
  • High-efficiency brushless motor
  • 2 bright LED headlights for increased visibility for night time snow removal
  • Quick-fold handle for compact storage
  • 5-year limited warranty
  • Single-stage cordless snow blower features:

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Buying Bare Unit, Thoughts?

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August 25, 2016
Lot of people have been looking forward to buying the bare unit without the battery/charger. I have the Leaf Blower and String trimmer so i thought i'll go with that too. But they come with 2.5AH batteries and the Snow blower comes with 5AH battery and needs atleast 4AH. The only other high AH battery comes with the Lawn mower which is 7.5AH, but that will only be one battery and this mower needs to two. So, wondering why will people be looking forward to just the bare unit.
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Before I bought the Self-propelled lawn mower I wrote to E-Go to ask if they planned a snow blower. They answered the question and said they planned for one this Fall (2016). But the reason I asked the question is because I expected to be able to share the batteries and I like a unified system. I also have the leaf blower so between the two machines I have 10 Ah of power for a relatively small area of Read More
Before I bought the Self-propelled lawn mower I wrote to E-Go to ask if they planned a snow blower. They answered the question and said they planned for one this Fall (2016). But the reason I asked the question is because I expected to be able to share the batteries and I like a unified system. I also have the leaf blower so between the two machines I have 10 Ah of power for a relatively small area of use, i.e. should be enough power. HOWEVER, I also own an electric car (BMW i3) and strongly recommend to owners of this snow blower that they charge their batteries in a room temperature environment BEFORE taking them out in frigid temperatures to blow snow. If you do this, you'll get a lot more time out of a charge than by charging in a cold place (garage or shed). But, bottom line, I'm waiting for the battery-less model. Read Less
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Louisvile, CO
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August 29, 2016
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UPDATE: This is from the Ego site
Everyone, we're pleased to announce that our Snow Blower is currently available for sale here: http://thd.co/2aJKwe4
Only the kit is available at this time, the bare tool will be available a bit later this year. Supplies are limited for this pre-sale, get it quick!
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Does anyone get the sense that Connector works for the company that sells the batteries? I also have a 5.0 Ah battery from my mower, and while the snowblower can use two of them, it will run on one. And one of the key benefits of Ego equipment is that you can the same battery vs. the cost (financial and environmental) of having multiple batteries around. I live in Colorado where the snow is light and Read More
Does anyone get the sense that Connector works for the company that sells the batteries? I also have a 5.0 Ah battery from my mower, and while the snowblower can use two of them, it will run on one. And one of the key benefits of Ego equipment is that you can the same battery vs. the cost (financial and environmental) of having multiple batteries around. I live in Colorado where the snow is light and relatively infrequent, so one battery will be more than sufficient, just like it is for my mower, weed whacker and blower.
I would imagine that Ego will release a bare/no battery model sometime, disappointing that one isn't available out of the gate. Read Less
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August 28, 2016
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You CAN use just ONE 4ah or larger battery to run this snow blower!!! Ego just states that in order to "MAXIMIZE PERFORMANCE" it is recommended to run with two 4ah or larger battery's. Not sure exactly how long the run time would be with just one 4ah battery but to clear this up.... THE SNOW BLOWER WILL RUN WITH JUST ONE 4AH OR LARGER BATTERY!
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August 27, 2016
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I already have the Ego lawnmower, along with an extra 5 AH battery I bought so I can mow my entire lawn in 2 hours without stopping & waiting for batteries to charge. I swap the batteries when the first one is depleted. Since I already have two batteries and a charger, I won't be buying the Ego snowblower until it is available in the bare unit configuration without batteries or charger. The whole point Read More
I already have the Ego lawnmower, along with an extra 5 AH battery I bought so I can mow my entire lawn in 2 hours without stopping & waiting for batteries to charge. I swap the batteries when the first one is depleted. Since I already have two batteries and a charger, I won't be buying the Ego snowblower until it is available in the bare unit configuration without batteries or charger. The whole point of Ego equipment sharing batteries is -- You don't have to buy new equipment with batteries if you already have the batteries. Read Less
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August 26, 2016
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Buy the package!
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Good question, and as I stated in some previous answers, you would spend over $500 for two batteries and a charger, and bare unit is going to be around $400, so it would pay to buy the package. Also, it uses TWO 5.0 batteries at the same time, so you will need the extra charger to charge two batteries at the same time. If you already have two batteries and a charger, you will never have to wait to finish Read More
Good question, and as I stated in some previous answers, you would spend over $500 for two batteries and a charger, and bare unit is going to be around $400, so it would pay to buy the package. Also, it uses TWO 5.0 batteries at the same time, so you will need the extra charger to charge two batteries at the same time. If you already have two batteries and a charger, you will never have to wait to finish a job. Good question anonymous! I think it's a no brainer. Read Less
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Exactly, buy the kit with two batteries!! ( And a charger )
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What kind of assembly is required?

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Lakeview, OR
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Install the discharge chute with two hex head allen bolts (tool included). Unfold and use. Very easy.
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Agawam MA
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Tighten the handle releases by turning a knob a few times, and install the chute. there are 2 bolts already in the housing. Take them out with the included allen key, put the chute on, tighen them down. That's it.
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The only assembly is the final end of shut, two screws. Two minutes.
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Just two screws to hold the chute on.
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September 9, 2016
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Simply pull the snow blower out of the box, attach the handles and insert the batteries.
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Are there plans to release a self propelled version?

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I opted for the more expensive self propelled lawn mower and I'm glad I did. However, pushing a lawn mower is one thing. Trying to push a snow blower through several inches of snow is a whole other matter.
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August 31, 2016
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I have owned single stage blowers in the past. The auger naturally pulls the blower forward as it bites into the snow.
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EGO says it's NOT self propelled. The various speed control must be to allow you to conserve battery power and extend run time. The TWO batteries serve the same function. I have the EGO mower and if this unit had been out last year, I probably would have it too, but I got the snow joe which is only 40 amp but is convertible (can run cordless or corded.) Snow Joe has a new 2 stage self propelled also with Read More
EGO says it's NOT self propelled. The various speed control must be to allow you to conserve battery power and extend run time. The TWO batteries serve the same function. I have the EGO mower and if this unit had been out last year, I probably would have it too, but I got the snow joe which is only 40 amp but is convertible (can run cordless or corded.) Snow Joe has a new 2 stage self propelled also with two batteries. Too bad the batteries aren't a standard configuration. Read Less
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August 19, 2016
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Connector again. Watch the video on the website, this guy is not struggling to push this blower, so it has to be self propelled of some sort.
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I assumed that in the specifications that it said " various forward speeds and 1 reverse speed " that is what they meant. Wouldn't that be " self propelled " ?
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August 19, 2016
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At this time, we do not have a self-propelled version of the snow blower slated for this year.
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Gravel Driveway

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Will this work on gravel driveway?
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Midland, MI, USA
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No. It says under the safe operation practices, do not use on graveled surfaces.
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Pittsburgh, PA
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It will throw the snow AND any loose gravel. The rough surface will tear up the rubber edge of the auger.
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Single stage snowblower is not designed for a gravel driveway. Should only be used on hard surface like concrete or asphalt.
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I wouldn't chance it. It may get the snow off but I wouldn't bet money that it will function more than one time. It would probably tear up the unit.
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August 18, 2016
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Yes, we don't think you would have any issues using this snow blower on a gravel driveway.
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21 in. 56-Volt Lithium-Ion Single Stage Electric Snow Blower with (2) 5.0 Ah Batteries is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 287.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I just bought the snowblower on Sunday and we had our first snowfall last night. 4-5 inches of ve... I just bought the snowblower on Sunday and we had our first snowfall last night. 4-5 inches of very heavy, wet snow. The snowblower worked great - amazing convenience with instant-on and no messing around with getting a gas-powered blower started. I finished my driveway and blew out my neighbor's driveway while he worked to get his gas-powered snowblower started (spoiler: it never started). Throw distance was between 15-20 feet - looking forward to trying it out on more powdery snow as the temps cool down a bit. No regrets - EGO makes awesome products and this is another winner / must buy.
Date published: 2016-11-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good start I have the lawnmower, chainsaw and weed trimmer. LOVE them. Excited to see the snow blower. Didn't believe it would handle a blizzard in WI. First snowfall today 1-2 inches of heavy wet snow. Powerful. Yes. Easy. Yes. Love the ease of changing the chute direction. Didn't want to wait to charge the 2 new big batteries so used my smaller batteries from other products expecting them to die halfway through. They didn't. Driveway is over 100 feet plus some sidewalks. Took about 20 minutes and small batteries held up. Cons. It did push hard. It will be interesting to see how hard in over a foot of snow. That would be my only concern right now. Will it perform in difficult situations. thats why I gave it 4 stars. Mostly because I love EGO products and I give them the benefit of the doubt right now. So, after our first big snow the stars will either go up or down. If it can't handle big snow plow snow banks it'll be back to the gas blower. But I have hope. I'm sure a lot of people have been waiting for actual experiences and there really aren't too many so I put this up right away.
Date published: 2016-12-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from First off, I am a 5'1" woman - full disclosure. This machine is pretty good - a little heavy and... First off, I am a 5'1" woman - full disclosure. This machine is pretty good - a little heavy and awkward for me at times, especially in instances of heavy snow (4"+). Seemed to get caught on the concrete a bit so I would continuously have to adjust how I pushed. Might just be the learning curve as this is my first snowblower. Runs on two batteries - good battery life. They each charge up in about 1 hour. Comes with a handy battery charger (charge one at a time). Ready to go almost right out of the box - only have to tighten the handle knobs and install the chute. Very easy. I did it in the dark, in fact. Overall pretty pleased with this purchase.
Date published: 2016-12-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from BEYOND EXPECTATIONS As a Search & Rescue (SAR) Volunteer, the need to carry a chainsaw has always resulted in my wilderness vehicle smelling like a gas station. This resulted in trying several Li-Ion chainsaws from a variety of manufacturers. After using the EGO 56 volt chainsaw for numerous wilderness scenarios, we were most impressed. Thus when the need to have a non-gas powered snowblower was realized, the choice was a "no brainer"! To date we have used the EGO snowblower to clear decks and pathways, as well as the parking area, at an outdoor education centre of which I am the volunteer co-chair. A few of the snowfalls in our Northern Ontario area have been significant (over a foot in depth) and the EGO handled the job easily. Definitely BEYOND EXPECTATIONS!
Date published: 2016-12-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Snow Blower I've Ever Used!!! I bought this snow blower not knowing what to expect, but I own 4 other EGO products and have been beyond impressed with those. Why not give it a shot, right? We got our first snowfall of the year yesterday afternoon/evening, so I was excited to try it out. Now, we only got about 4 inches of snow, but it was extremely wet, heavy snow. At the low part of my driveway, it was like a Slurpee. The first couple of swipes it was doing pretty well, throwing the snow about 12-15 feet. It was then that I realized the power lever was all the way down! Cranked that puppy up and it was throwing wet, heavy snow over 20 feet! I can't wait to see what it does with a foot of lake effect snow! The best part? It starts instantly, and I don't reek like 2 stroke exhaust (unlike any other blower I've owned).
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from We finally got some decent snow in Minneapolis over the weekend so I finally got to try out my ne... We finally got some decent snow in Minneapolis over the weekend so I finally got to try out my new snowblower! For a smallish single-family home, I have a pretty massive driveway, and it had between four and six inches of snow covering it. The Ego took it like a champ! I even pushed it through some snow that was as tall as the front of the snowblower and used to to chew up and move the junk the city snow plow left at the end of the driveway. For a single stage, hippie-battery-powered snowblower, I couldn't be more impressed!
Date published: 2016-12-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This snowblower kicks snow's butt! Today was the first time I got to break this bad boy out. Were having a winter storm here in Chicago. This thing made mincemeat of the snow! On the dual batteries that came with it, I was able to clear my sidewalks (I live on a corner lot), all the way down the sidewalk to my neighbor 4 houses down, part of the alley, my driveway, my neighbor across the alley's driveway, and most of his sidewalks before the batteries died. Very impressed to be able to do all that without having to change the batteries! The blower also shoots the snow out very far!
Date published: 2016-12-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from It's strong enough but... Couple problems. Compared to my old little 3hp gas snowblower it throws the snow better but not by much. The snow was super wet though, so maybe I'm expecting too much we'll see how that works out. The problems I have with this unit compared to my old one are that 1. this blower doesn't pull through the snow like my old one did once it bit into the snow, and 2. every little bump or the slightest uneven crack and this thing stops like it hit a wall, just like when you're sliding a shovel across your walkway. I'm going to look if I'm doing something wrong but, it's a snowblower not a rocket. One more thing it did was just push the snow. It wouldn't go into the auger and I'm just pushing a huge pile of snow until out finally breaks apart and goes in. Not every time but frequently.
Date published: 2016-12-05
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