Greenworks 40V Cordless Snowblower


Greenworks has made a pretty good name for itself in the US market. There are many advantages to a cordless electric snow blower.  Emissions, sound and ease of use to name a few. For our tests we went through about 8 inches of wet melting packed snow.  8 inches is the recommended maximum for this unit. To our surprise the unit worked its way through to clear a path.  For light snow on most small properties this is a great choice.

The unit will get up to 45 minutes of run-time, in our test we got roughly 30-35 minutes though the deep wet stuff.  The blower is 20″ wide so you can get more done.  The 180 degree manual chute will throw snow up to 20 feet.  For night operation it has 2 LED headlights that do a great job showing the path.

The unit can easily be folded up and transported in a trunk of a vehicle.  Most snow blowers need 2 people to lift.  Not this one, it has a handle so you can easily pick it up.  I actually used it to clean the snow off our PJ trailer. Let us know if you have had any experience with this snow blower.


  1. Snow Joe is pure garbage guys, 90 days battery warranty. Greenworks is a decent brand from what I’ve experienced. You guys want a comment about Dan kissing ass? LOL! Honestly all the glory Dan tries to get and tries to talk over you Eric seem pretty unprofessional to me, I notice that he’s in a bad mood a lot as well, well if you don’t like your job on here then don’t do it man. But please spare everyone the bs drama. I come here for real deal reviews, not to watch people argue. There’s a honest opinion. But yes Snow Joe is garbage! I bought one last year, it’s straight garbage for longevity. Stay away. I believe it’s a Chinese company as well.

  2. I have some Sun Joe corded tools that have treated me well the corded tiller and lawn dethatcher. They are not used regularly either they get used once or twice a year if that. A 90day battery warranty is pretty crazy though that’s usually the most expensive thing to replace. I have the Greenworks 80v and like it but I wish it had the more common rubber paddles they are usually cheap and easy to replace if they wear out or get damaged. The other thing I don’t like on the Greenworks is the chute control it lacks a nice solid smooth feel to it. They are both nice units the Greenworks comes out ahead because they offer other tools in the system as bare tools.


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