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Greenworks

Model 26022

Internet #203175748

16 in. Corded Electric Snow Blower

$94.75 /each

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Put some green back into Winter with this 9 Amp Electric Snow Blower by Greenworks. This convenient electric unit clears snow up to 6 in. deep with a 16 in. wide path. The powerful discharge system shoots unwanted snow 25 ft. away from your clearing area for a thorough result in one pass. And since it’s electric, you don’t have to worry about hard starting or messy gas and oils. So Go Green for an easier winter with the Greenworks Electric Snow Blower.

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  • 9 Amp electric motor
  • 6 in. clearing depth with 16 in. width
  • 25 foot discharge for thorough clearing
  • Adjustable handle for user comfort
  • Cord lock conveniently holds extension cord securely in place
  • 4 year warranty

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Can I store this outside on concrete patio if covered with a tarp?

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February 17, 2016
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Yes, you can store the unit outside if protected from the elements.
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Hello rckhnd,
It's not advisable to store the unit outside as the weather can be unpredictable, if there is any chance of moisture getting into the electrical components we would advise not to leave the unit outside. The best storage for our units would be in a the garage or a similar shelter. Please feel free to contact us at info@greenworkstools.com if you require any more information on storage.
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Will this snow blower work on a gravel driveway that has a small uphill grade from the street to the garage without tearing up the gravel?

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January 20, 2015
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You would have to be a little careful but it should work. It is very easy to control.
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December 20, 2014
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No, we advise not to use on a gravel driveway as it will pick up gravel, and expel it possibly damaging the unit and the surrounding area.
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weight

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December 30, 2015
What does the product weigh?
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The unit weighs 26 lbs.
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Gravel?

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December 22, 2015
Under Details, Clearing Surface says "Gravel/Paved", yet when customer (Chaps) asked if it could be used on Gravel Driveway, Greenworks advised that it "NOT BE USED ON GRAVEL". I'm confused. Wanted to use on my mothers Gravel walkway. No?
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We definitely advise not to use on gravel or any loose surfaces.
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