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Snow Joe SJ621 Snow Blower. Why I Don't Use A Shovel.

Updated on August 20, 2017

I remember the first time I saw snow. I was 13 and I just moved to the state of Connecticut in United States. I was excited running about and holding it in my hands. However, it only took two or 3 snowfalls for me to get tired of the stuff. From the days missed from school days missed from work and of course the worse part shoveling the driveway. The worse was when I had off street parking. Shoveling snow is something I've grown to strongly dislike. Then again snow is something I dislike too. With winter right around the corner, I'm beginning to get my snow joe sj621 electric snow blower out of storage.


Why I prefer electric snow blower over gas powered ones.


I prefer to use an electric snow blower rather than a gas powered one simply because I love the simplicity. With an electric snow blower you just plug it in and run an extension cord and you go. A gas powered one requires gas. I owned a gas powered one in the past. There were times it ran out of gas and I had to go out to get more. It's just an extra chore for me. To me a snow blower is to make your life easier not to add one more thing to do. I don't have to worry about motor maintenance either. I think getting a tune up for my snow blower is just another chore also. I just want to plug it in, turn it on and get rid of the snow.

What Feature Do I Love The Most

The feature I love the most is the light built in to the snow blower. With this snow blower I can do the pathways and my driveway when at night. Simplicity and the added convenience of the light makes this one of my favorite weapons for snowfall.

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      sousababy 

      4 years ago

      For a comparatively small machine, it certainly can handle a lot of snow with one pass (the video really impressed me).

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      Linda Jo Martin 

      4 years ago from Post Falls, Idaho, USA

      That looks awesome. I just moved from Northern California to Northern Idaho... from a place with some snow, to a place that will have heavy snow... and I'm wondering how many of these I'll see this year. This looks a lot easier than shoveling! I agree, electricity is better.

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