5 Best Single Stage Corded Electric Snow Blower Machines – 2019 Review

Last updated on February 13th, 2019 at 05:41 pm

Shovelling snow is a nice way to remove snow from walkways and driveways during winter or snowy seasons. However, when the snow runs deeper than 4 inches, the shovel becomes only good for breaking your back. In such cases, a snow blower comes in handy to make light work of snow shovelling. The machine clears off snow from driveways, walkways, sidewalks, roadways, and any other area without making it a tiresome chore. It works more efficiently and effectively than a snow shovel. There are different types of snow blowers; some are electric while others are gas powered. In this article, we shall review the 5 best corded electric snow blower units for residential use. They are also known as single stage electric snow throwers/blowers because their impellers/auger pick up and throw the snow straight out.

5 Best Corded Electric Snow Blower

WEN 5662 Snow Blaster 18-Inch 13.5-Amp Electric Snow Thrower Snow Joe Ultra SJ623E 18-Inch 15-Amp Electric Snow Thrower with Light Power Smart DB5023 18-Inch 13 Amp Electric Snow Thrower Greenworks 20-Inch 13 Amp Corded Snow Thrower Toro 1800 18-Inch 12 Amp Electric Curve Snow Thrower
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Users' Ratings
Features
  • Has a 13.5 Amps motor.
  • Can throw up to 490 lbs of snow per minute
  • Clears snow 18 inches wide and 7.8 inches deep.
  • The chute can be rotated up to 180 degrees
  • Fitted with 6 inch never-flat wheels at the back.
  • Fitted with a halogen light to illuminate dim areas
  • Features a 15 amp motor
  • Moves up to 720 lbs of snow in one minute
  • The muzzle is 18 inches wide and blades can cut up to 10 inches deep
  • 180 degrees adjustable chute
  • Throws snow as far as 25ft away.
  • Has a 4-blade steel auger covered with rubber
  • Has a light
  • Boasts a 13 Amp powerful motor
  • Features a platic auger
  • The impeller is drive by a 13 Amp motor
  • Has 6 inches large plastic wheels on the back
  • The auger is metallic and rubber tipped
  • Projects snow 30 ft away
  • The chute is 180 degrees adjustable
  • Clears 18 inches wide path and cuts 8 inches deep into the snow in one pass
  • Operates on a 12 Amp motor
  • Can toss snow up to 30ft away
  • Made of durable plastic
  • The handle is metallic but auger is plastic
  • The auger can cut up to 10 inches deep
  • Fitted with 6 inch wheels at the back
  • The chute can be adjusted upto 160 degrees
Pros
  1. The LED light makes it easier to work at night
  2. The auger is high enough to not scratch the surface
  3. Sounds powerful and runs smoothly
  4. Crank handle for positioning the chute works smoothly and quickly
  5. Halogen light illuminates the dim areas while you work
  1. The steel auger is durable.
  2. Can be operated at the push of a button
  3. Headlight makes the snow blower usable in the dark
  1. Operates smoothly and is less noisy
  1. Easy to maneuver so long as snow is not too deep
  2. Light enough to move around
  1. Lightweight and easy to use
  2. Causes less fatigue
  3. The button acts as a safety switch
Cons
  1. Does not work well on wet snow
  2. Front light does not stay on when the machine is stopped
  1. Produces a burning smell when used intensively for over 30 minutes
  2. You have to use a lot of force to move blower with a lot of force and speed to blow snow
  3. Immobility may cause physical stress
  4. The small wheels make the snow blower jar on any joints on concrete
  5. Less effective on wet snow
  1. The small wheels may not roll great on rough surface
  1. Wet Slushy snow causes the chute to clog a lot
  2. Its non-rubberized hard plastic auger may break when it hits hard objects
  3. Vibration can cause the chute to move
  4. Leaves a layer of snow behind
Specifications
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