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post #1 of 9 Old 11-19-2016, 11:58 PM Thread Starter
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I think it may be okay for a small patio or walkway but thats about it. Looks okay for a few inches of snow.

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i don't think it will hold a charge long enough to do what I need it to do

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They can't even make weed wackers worth a poop cordless - so there's no way this will hold out long enough to be of any value........ I'd rather use a corded one than be frustrated constantly.




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Batteries lose a lot of power when they are cold. That sounds like a bad idea for a snowblower power source!

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Don't understand the battery powered craze. Less maintenance.
Neighbors have battery powered mowers, leaf blowers, edgers.
No advantage to the environment IMO. Making the batteries, recycle them, charging them. Electricity generation is still 50% coal powered.

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