Model # 323E

Internet #203909197

Snow Joe Plus 13 in. 10 Amp Electric Snow Blower Shovel

Snow Joe

Plus 13 in. 10 Amp Electric Snow Blower Shovel

  • Ideal for quick snow pickups on decks, steps, patios & sidewalks
  • Compact and lightweight
  • Powerful 10-amp motor moves up to 400 lbs of snow per minute
$9669 /each
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Product Overview

Toss out your shovel. The Snow Joe Plus 323E electric snow shovel is designed to clear snow from decks, steps and walkways. The 323E boasts a powerful 10 Amp motor and can toss snow up to 33 ft. The Snow Joe Plus 323E clears a path 13 in. wide, by 4 in. deep getting your job done in no time. If you have even more snow than that, simply remove it with another pass. The Snow Joe 323E is precisely engineered with a patented back-saving curve to alleviate user strain and reduce fatigue. Weighing less than 15 lbs., the Snow Joe 323E is light enough to transport around your home.

  • Best use: decks, steps and walkways
  • Clearing width: 13 in.
  • Depth of snow cut: 4 in.
  • Maximum throw distance: 33 ft.
  • Maximum plowing capacity: 400 lbs. /min
  • Motor: 10 Amp
  • Rotor: paddle auger
  • Instant start
  • Safety button prevents accidental starting
  • Eliminates back strain weighs only 15 lbs.
  • Ergonomic design and adjustable handle alleviate back strain
  • Maintenance free
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Brand Snow Joe Snow Joe Ryobi Snow Joe
Ratings (76) (27) (36) (159)
Snow Equipment Product Type Corded Electric Snow Blower Corded Electric Snow Blower Corded Electric Snow Blower Corded Electric Snow Blower
Clearing Surface Type Paved Paved Paved Paved
Snow Blower Features Headlight No Additional Features No Additional Features No Additional Features
Clearing Width (In.) 12 in 13 in 16 18 in
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Assembled Depth (in.)
15 in
Assembled Height (in.)
57 in
Assembled Width (in.)
14 in
Auger diameter (in.)
Clearing Width (In.)
13 in
Ideal Snow Depth (In.)
Intake height (in.)
Maximum extension cord length (ft.)
Tire height (in.)
Tire width (in.)


Amperage (amps)
Assembly Required
Chute rotation turning radius (Deg)
Clearing Surface Type
Engine Make
OEM Branded
Engine Torque (ft.-lb.)
Material of Auger
Material of Body
Material of Chute
Maximum Throwing Distance (ft.)
Minimum rated extension cord
12 gauge
Number of Forward Speeds
Number of Reverse Speeds
Pitch Control
Plowing Capacity (lbs/min)
Product Weight (lb.)
Snow Blower Features
No Additional Features
Snow Equipment Product Type
Corded Electric Snow Blower
Start Type
Terrain Type
Flat with Obstacles
Type of Snow
Light, Fluffy

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CSA Listed,ETL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
2 Year

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Customer Questions & Answers

Is the blade plastic?

Asked by: DBO
Answered by: 123jib
Date published: 2017-01-31
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Customer Reviews

Plus 13 in. 10 Amp Electric Snow Blower Shovel is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 27.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 5 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2017-04-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Not perfect but saves your back even with slush. The Snow Joe electric snow thrower cleared the driveway of snowcone consistency slop in 15-20 min with about the same effort of using a carpet shampooer. Because I was dealing with slush, I had to clean it up a bit after the Snow Joe with a long handled snow pusher, but it still saved me tons of effort over not having it. Get ready for a show when using this, it was throwing slush 30 feet in the air! LOL Much easier than a regular snow shovel, but not as quick or easy as the two stage gas snow thrower in the shed but is much easier on the storage space I think it would have done much better on a nice dry snow as it is a snow thrower not a slush slinger. Assembly was no tools, two bolts
Date published: 2013-12-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I like it but takes some planning. I got a chance to use the Snow Joe Plus Electric Snow Shovel 323E for the first time today and it worked well. This was the first time I used a product like this. There were only a couple of inches of accumulation on the walkways but the bottom of it was a little slushy and some of the snow was compressed by footsteps. It did better than I thought it would. The maximum this snow shovel is designed to clear in a single pass is 4" deep. You can do deeper but you have to make multple passes, blowing some of the top off first. The ergonomic handle is a very nice touch. I'm 6' tall and my back really gets tired shoveling by hand. With the Snow Joe 323E I didn't have to lean or bend over at all. It's also pretty light and easy to move around. Using a power shovel like this takes some getting used to. You really need to plan how you're going to clear the snow on your property. The Snow Joe Plus throws snow about 20' directly in front of it and that's it. The only control you have is which direction you point it and maybe a foot or too in distance depending on the angle but I wouldn't rely on that. In my town you can't shovel or blow snow into the street. I'm sure that's true in most places. You also don't want to blow snow into your neighbors' properties. Especially not onto areas they've already cleared or if they use a shovel. It's just not a nice thing to do. You probably also don't want to blow snow towards your car (or other people's cars) or house windows in case the 323E goes over a pebble. Finally you don't want to blow snow into areas you've already cleared. It might be tough to manage all that with what little control you have over the direction of throw. With a full-sized snow blower you change the direction and distance the snow goes. I have an old gas snow blower and I can push it forward and have the snow blow to the side if I want. I included a diagram showing what direction I pushed the snow shovel when I was clearing the sidewalk by the road and a walkway next to the house. It's basically the same path I would use with a normal shovel. You have to be careful when using the Snow Joe because it's light and easy to move around. When you're pushing it almost perpendicular make sure your feet are clear of its path. When lifting it up to reposition it release the trigger so the auger isn't spinning. In some cases I had to switch hands to get the right angle. The safety button was a little hard to use with my left hand. On the plus side I never had to stop and clear a clogged chute with the Snow Joe Plus. That's something I have to do frequently with my gas snow blower. It's a pain, it's time consuming, it happens frequently and worst of all it's dangerous. It's one of the most common ways people get injured using a snow blower. The Snow Joe never clogged. There were a couple of times where the snow might have been too wet and compacted and all it did was push it forward. It still cleared the path. After pulling and pushing it back and forth into the snow it was able to clear it. Once the pushed snow got to be to high so I had to blow it a little at a time by lifting it up. With some practice and better planning I think I'll enjoy using it more than my gas snow blower which is very old and doesn't do a great job anymore. I did have to clean up some areas with a regular shovel but I have to do that with my gas snow blower too. It's small, it's light, it doesn't make a lot of noise and doesn't take up a lot of space in the garage either. It can even fit in a closet. I like it.
Date published: 2013-12-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Job 1st time use; had 3 - 4" of wet snow on top of slush. A slight down pressure on handle and scraper blade easily broke up the slush and threw the combination well clear of the drive. I'm impressed. Also impressed that you can buy replacement parts if needed.
Date published: 2017-01-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Snow Blower Beats shoveling snow any day. Easy to use. Just put it in the snow and let it do the work. Took care of sidewalk, snow around cars and drive way with ease. Couldn't ask for something easier to use.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from It wasn't worth buying. Only marginally better than a snow shovel. It blows the snow into a cloud that you walk into as you use the blower. It works a little better with wet snow, however, if the temp is around freezing all it does is make an ice slushy. It needs some sort of director for the snow and a pair of wheels to make it easier to move around.
Date published: 2016-02-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from This is a good tool for homeowners with a limited amount of driveway or walkway. It should be use... This is a good tool for homeowners with a limited amount of driveway or walkway. It should be used before the snow gets more than 8" deep. One problem is that it does not throw the snow off to the side, so you have to angle your shoveling (pushing the snow joe forward) to have the snow not land in front of you. I would consider a larger unit and one with a method to blow the snow to the side if I had more than a small area to maintain.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor Quality the construction of this device was not thought out well. First snow fall and use it with light powder and the joint at the Shaft to the main piece broke off. Left with a dangling power head on the end of a pole..... save the money and get something more robust.
Date published: 2017-02-14
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