Snapper 1696871 XD SXDSS82 82V Cordless Snow Shovel, Red/Black

Snapper 1696871 XD SXDSS82 82V Cordless Snow Shovel, Red/Black

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Snapper 1696871 XD SXDSS82 82V Cordless Snow Shovel, Red/Black

Snapper 1696871 XD SXDSS82 82V Cordless Snow Shovel, Red/Black:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I could not have been more excited to try this out. It didn’t snow for almost 2 weeks before I actually got to use it so the build up was intense. Mind you I HATE the snow snow when I woke up today and saw a couple inches I jumped up and broke out the SNAPPER. I’m seemed like the perfect amount of snow (2-3 in)to leave the Briggs in the garage and just use the electric shovel so that’s what I did. I started by “trying” to clean the steps and after 2 or 3 minutes awkward ‘angles and trying to adjust the heavy shovel I literally just grabbed a broom and knocked em out in seconds. Then I decided to do the 2 walkways I have leading up to my deck. At first going in a straight line wasn’t so bad but the skid plate get trapped on literally every single crack or imperfection you may come across. And you have to “lift” it over and that just sucks after a while. Not to mention the constant all of a sudden stops from it. Then by only being able the throw the snow in one direction (forward) if the wind isn’t blowing at your back the snow just gets thrown back when you just went. To paint a picture the ONLY way this forward throwing concept will work is by doing your walkway sideways. Meaning no long straight lines but short 2 to 3 foot pushes as you sidestep along. Ya know like normal shoveling 👍🏻NOT POSSIBLE with the weight of this thing. At this point you’re not doing your back any favors witch is probably what most people are trying to save when buying one of these. After going over both walkways multiple times because of throwback I wasn’t about to attempt my driveway with it. I pulled the Briggs amp; Stratton out and finished the job 😢 I did not want to do that for 2 inches of snow but the Snapper mine as well have put itself back in the box while I finished. UPS schedule to pick up tomorrow for a return. As excited as I was to use this(I watched 100 videos waiting) I was equally disappointed in the end.kansas city mall,detroit mall,max 48% offSnapper 1696871 XD SXDSS82 82V Cordless Snow Shovel, Red/Black
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  • Up to 45-minutes run time with the Briggs amp; Stratton 82V Lithium ion 2.0 Battery
  • Easily clears away snow up to 4" deep
  • Up to 20' throwing distance
  • "li" 12" clearing width "li" Push button starting with a durable, balanced construction for easier handling
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Style:Battery amp; Charger Not Included

Quickly clear away snow on sidewalks, decks or steps with the Snapper XD 82V Max cordless snow shovel with a throwing distance of up to 20'. The Briggs amp; Stratton 82V lithium ion 2.0 battery delivers up to 45-minutes of quiet, powerful runtime while the ergonomic and balanced design assure consistent comfortable operation. With the powerful 1000 W high-efficiency brushless motor, easily clear paths up to 12" wide and 4" deep. Featuring push button start this cordless snow shovel takes the stress out of snow removal with no pull-cords, gas, oil or tune-ups. Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 82-volts. Nominal voltage is 72.


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Snapper 1696871 XD SXDSS82 82V Cordless Snow Shovel, Red/Black

Snapper 1696871 XD SXDSS82 82V Cordless Snow Shovel, Red/Black:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! I could not have been more excited to try this out. It didn’t snow for almost 2 weeks before I actually got to use it so the build up was intense. Mind you I HATE the snow snow when I woke up today and saw a couple inches I jumped up and broke out the SNAPPER. I’m seemed like the perfect amount of snow (2-3 in)to leave the Briggs in the garage and just use the electric shovel so that’s what I did. I started by “trying” to clean the steps and after 2 or 3 minutes awkward ‘angles and trying to adjust the heavy shovel I literally just grabbed a broom and knocked em out in seconds. Then I decided to do the 2 walkways I have leading up to my deck. At first going in a straight line wasn’t so bad but the skid plate get trapped on literally every single crack or imperfection you may come across. And you have to “lift” it over and that just sucks after a while. Not to mention the constant all of a sudden stops from it. Then by only being able the throw the snow in one direction (forward) if the wind isn’t blowing at your back the snow just gets thrown back when you just went. To paint a picture the ONLY way this forward throwing concept will work is by doing your walkway sideways. Meaning no long straight lines but short 2 to 3 foot pushes as you sidestep along. Ya know like normal shoveling 👍🏻NOT POSSIBLE with the weight of this thing. At this point you’re not doing your back any favors witch is probably what most people are trying to save when buying one of these. After going over both walkways multiple times because of throwback I wasn’t about to attempt my driveway with it. I pulled the Briggs amp; Stratton out and finished the job 😢 I did not want to do that for 2 inches of snow but the Snapper mine as well have put itself back in the box while I finished. UPS schedule to pick up tomorrow for a return. As excited as I was to use this(I watched 100 videos waiting) I was equally disappointed in the end.kansas city mall,detroit mall,max 48% offSnapper 1696871 XD SXDSS82 82V Cordless Snow Shovel, Red/Black