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    • I have a green works 80V version of this, but same china manufacturer, the battery works fine in sub -10c weather (can't comment on lower since I don't usually get that type of cold weather with snow fall).
      You just can't store the battery outside.

      Everyone has different degrees on how lazy they are to shovel. Electric are great for that. The 40V is not worth it for heavy snow falls, you may have to just do it in multiple runs.
      If a person likes to let the snow stay on their driveway and let the plows build the ice wall, ofc you'll need a 2 stage to clear it.
      Have you tried the Kobalt batteries in your Greenworks machine? It appears the Greenworks battery has shallower grooves compared to the Kobalt based on pictures. I have a GW 60v and Kobalt 80v but they don't compare well due to the size difference.
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    • 2 stage are much better than 1 stage in my opinion. Clears heavy snow faster. I don't think you can get that option in electric.
      It better be better at ~4x the price ($1600).
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    • And check inventory before ordering.
      Might be phantom stock. (i.e. Craftsman socket set thread)
      Ah damn it happened to me just now.
      80v snowblower order cancelled.
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    • I myself bought the 40V snow blower as I already have a leaf blower and mower in the same battery system. Just the 2 batteries alone in the blower item makes it worthwhile. And I got to use it to clear snow Jan 26 and it performed great on my 4 car driveway plus clearing path in backyard to shed. In fact I'll probably scoop up the 40V snow shovel as well since its still cheaper than buying 4ah battery separately.
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    • What does ”Final Sale” mean?

      If it’s defective, I can’t return to Lowe’s for an exchange?

      I can’t find a mention of it even in the return policy.

      Final sale on clearance items. The quantity of clearance products is limited and may vary rapidly. The number of products in stock indicated on the website is not guaranteed and is included for information purposes only. We process orders in the order in which they are recorded, on a first-come, first-serve basis. We reserve the right to cancel any order made in-store and / or online without notice, especially due to the unavailability of the product or for any other reason. The clearance items cannot be transferred between stores. This offer cannot be combined with any other offer.
      Deal with the the store directly first if it’s in their standard return window, but to be honest you may be better to deal with the manufacturer direct if you still want one. Outside that just deal with the manufacturer.
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    • What does ”Final Sale” mean?

      If it’s defective, I can’t return to Lowe’s for an exchange?

      I can’t find a mention of it even in the return policy.

      Final sale on clearance items. The quantity of clearance products is limited and may vary rapidly. The number of products in stock indicated on the website is not guaranteed and is included for information purposes only. We process orders in the order in which they are recorded, on a first-come, first-serve basis. We reserve the right to cancel any order made in-store and / or online without notice, especially due to the unavailability of the product or for any other reason. The clearance items cannot be transferred between stores. This offer cannot be combined with any other offer.
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    • I haven’t heard too many good things about battery operated Snow Blower / Thrower units.

      People say if temps drop below like -5, batteries stop working and require “warmup”.

      I did some deep research into this to try to figure out if I’ll get my moneys worth.

      What I can shovel is not worth buying one of these for, and for what I struggle to shovel, it’s better to buy gas blower for.
      My ego fired up this winter in -12 no issue and was throwing snow. Made parts of my driveway much easier.
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    • Pretty much all Kobalt branded stuff is being cleared out. With Lowe's leaving Canada it makes me think Kobalt will no longer be sold. Not sure I'd want to invest in their battery ecosystem.
      Kobalt will still be sold by Rona and green works already sells their batteries etc online.
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    • i ordered the 40 v only because i have the garden tools mower/blower/trimmer set and one of my batteries died outside of warranty . at least now i'll have 3 batteries and i'll see my corded ryobi which was cumbersome
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    • I have the 80v one. I like electric snow lowers cause they can clean pretty fast if you push them hard enough. It never struggles with soft snow but wet snow is a tough job. Battery lasts without issues on a 2 car driveway
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    • Pretty much all Kobalt branded stuff is being cleared out. With Lowe's leaving Canada it makes me think Kobalt will no longer be sold. Not sure I'd want to invest in their battery ecosystem.
      Lowes is leaving but the brand will continue, essentially operating as franchise rather than by headquarters.

      I have Kobalt 40V lawn mower than has served me really well, I ended up buying batteries from people on Kijiji and FB marketplace, have a total of 24Ah now to cut my lawn and others I do in my neighborhood.
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    • Pretty much all Kobalt branded stuff is being cleared out. With Lowe's leaving Canada it makes me think Kobalt will no longer be sold. Not sure I'd want to invest in their battery ecosystem.
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    • I haven’t heard too many good things about battery operated Snow Blower / Thrower units.

      People say if temps drop below like -5, batteries stop working and require “warmup”.

      I did some deep research into this to try to figure out if I’ll get my moneys worth.

      What I can shovel is not worth buying one of these for, and for what I struggle to shovel, it’s better to buy gas blower for.
      I have a green works 80V version of this, but same china manufacturer, the battery works fine in sub -10c weather (can't comment on lower since I don't usually get that type of cold weather with snow fall).
      You just can't store the battery outside.

      Everyone has different degrees on how lazy they are to shovel. Electric are great for that. The 40V is not worth it for heavy snow falls, you may have to just do it in multiple runs.
      If a person likes to let the snow stay on their driveway and let the plows build the ice wall, ofc you'll need a 2 stage to clear it.
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    • Ego makes an electric two stage, I have their single stage and it's fantastic.
      And incredibly pricey!
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    • Trying to snag the 40v Snowblower because I already have a bunch of tools with the same battery. Not letting me checkout. No good anymore?
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    • Looks like some good deals. To me some looks like Snow Joe brand of snow blowers.
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    • The 40v blower seems decent, two batteries, just not sure on the power compared to say the 80v or egos line
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    • Thanks OP - some Rona locations have same models on sale for same price too.
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    • Ego makes an electric two stage, I have their single stage and it's fantastic.
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    • 2 stage are much better than 1 stage in my opinion. Clears heavy snow faster. I don't think you can get that option in electric.
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    • I haven’t heard too many good things about battery operated Snow Blower / Thrower units.

      People say if temps drop below like -5, batteries stop working and require “warmup”.

      I did some deep research into this to try to figure out if I’ll get my moneys worth.

      What I can shovel is not worth buying one of these for, and for what I struggle to shovel, it’s better to buy gas blower for.
      They should be keeping the batteries inside, it's not good to let them get cold.
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    • People say if temps drop below like -5, batteries stop working and require “warmup”.
      Keep the batteries indoors, I have never had this "warmup" issue.
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    • Replacement/additional 5AH battery costs $399 (here). 😂

      Hopefully you can clear the driveway with just the one battery...
      I have cleared two 4 car driveways with one 5aH battery in the past, and it usually reports 2/3 capacity (sometimes 1/3 when it is heavy wet snow).
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    • I haven’t heard too many good things about battery operated Snow Blower / Thrower units.

      People say if temps drop below like -5, batteries stop working and require “warmup”.

      I did some deep research into this to try to figure out if I’ll get my moneys worth.

      What I can shovel is not worth buying one of these for, and for what I struggle to shovel, it’s better to buy gas blower for.
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    • And check inventory before ordering.
      Might be phantom stock. (i.e. Craftsman socket set thread)
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