Model#: SNONION24SB-XR
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Snow Joe ION24SB-XR 40V Cordless Lithium-Ion 2-Stage Snow Blower

  • Snow Joe ION24SB-XR 40V Cordless Lithium-Ion 2-Stage Snow Blower
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Just a few short years ago, Snow Joe took the world by storm with their innovative line of eco-friendly, battery-powered snow blowers. Now they're back in a BIG way again with the best-in-class iON24SB. Ideal for clearing snow from sidewalks, large driveways and walkways, the Snow Joe iON24SB is the revolutionary new addition to the Snow Joe iON arsenal and the world?s first dual-stage snow blower to provide easy and convenient cord-free operation.
Features:
  • Dual 40V EcoSharp rechargeable lithium-ion batteries provide up to 30 to 40 minutes of whisper-quiet run time
  • LED illuminated control panel with push-button convenience
  • Self-propelled drive with choice of 3 forward and 1 reverse speed
  • Serrated steel auger moves up to 600 lbs. of snow per minute
  • Cuts a path 24 in. wide by 16 in. deep without damaging surface
Includes:
  • 40V Cordless Lithium-Ion 2-Stage Snow Blower - ION24SB-XR
  • (2) 40V Lithium-Ion Battery
  • Dual Charger

Specifications

Cordless: Yes
Batteries Included: 2
Battery Type: Li-Ion
Clearing Depth: 16 in.
Clearing Width: 24 in.
Power Type: Electric
Voltage: 40V

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Reviews

3.9 / 5.0
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Unboxed and set up very easy!
I created an unboxing video for the Snow Joe iON 80 volt 2-stage snowblower that may help you decide if it is the best choice for you. The video goes through what to expect when the box shows up, setting up the snow blower (it's easy and extra details that will help you get the most out of the snow blower. If you have not owned a 2-stage snow blower or owned a cordless Lithium Ion yard product before I hope this will help you get the most out of it. Please Note: Snow Joe sent this snow blower for me to review but they did not ask me to post this unboxing video here.
November 3, 2016
Originally posted at
Great Product
Assembly was pretty easy, only took about 15 minutes to get it ready to go. Tested it the first time last week, I leave in Canada and we had a pretty heavy snowfall. Clearing my driveway was really easy and fast. It took me about 10 minutes to clean it all (about 15" of snow), and batteries were still 2/3 full once I was done. Next morning was the real test clearing the pile of ice/snow left by the city plow. I got a pretty high pile of heavy compacted ice, but the blower got the job done. Had to go back and forth a few times to get all the ice out of the way, but it got the job done!

Side note here: I went through the whole battery charge just to clear the snow/ice pile, since it demands more constant power from the snow blower. I will be getting an extra set of batteries to have ready to go for cases like this.
December 16, 2016
Originally posted at
Cut The Cord and Clear the Snow!
The SnowJoe 80v snow blower can be taken out of the box and assembled in 10 minutes, which is very quick and convenient. The thing that first got my attention is that it's a two-stage system that throws the snow up to 32' away. The serrated steel auger throws up to 1000 lbs of snow per minute.
I like the slogan on the side of the box saying to "Cut The Cord". The fact that I won't have to rely on fuel or oil is amazing. I just charge the batteries, put them in the snowblower, and I'm off clearing snow.
The snow clearing ability of 24" wide and 13" deep will be perfect for helping me with the Michigan winters. The adjustable shoes on the unit is another great feature as I go from my gravel driveway to a smooth sidewalk. It also has dual LED lights for night time operation.
So far, it looks like the SnowJoe Company thought of everything when designing and building this snowblower. I'm excited to take on the winter snow with this new high-powered machine.
November 5, 2016
Originally posted at
Snow Joe stepped it up BIG TIME with this one!
After taking it out of the box and running through the quick and simple assembly steps, I am EXTREMELY happy with this baby thus far. 105 lbs of operating weight, strong metal housing parts, 2 fat and strong rubber tires, 3 speeds of self propelled ease (as well as a reverse button), and of course, the power of 2-stage functionality. Loving the fact that I'm able to get this type of power with and gas or AC electrical cords. It hasn't snowed here in Milwaukee, Wisconsin yet, so I'll add on to this review and rate the performance after the 1st real deal snowfall of the 2016 winter season.
November 11, 2016
Originally posted at
Difficult to use
Pros:
- Battery powered, no fumes, lower noise!
- Good battery life
- Two stage, well built. Doesn't clog if you're moving at the right speed.
- Handles snow well when it gets in the auger.
- Clears sidewalks well.
Cons:
- Painful and frustrating to use. Ergonomics are poor, as the handles are straight out, and not adjustable. Button for the auger is in a tough location for smooth transition to the trigger. After about 10 minutes of usage, both my wife and I had pain in our hands.
- Always in drive... there is no clutch, so you have to go at the speed it's moving at, or push against the motor, and this is a heavy item. It's tiring to push this up our slight inclined driveway, even while it's in drive.
- Speeds are not all that incremental, 1 and 2 are almost too slow, and end up pushing the snow around rather than getting it into the auger. 3 is where I usually can get good usage.
- Not all that useful clearing two car wide driveways with its limited throwing distance.

I've attempted to use this snowblower 6-7 times over the last month, and it usually frustrates and tires me out more than shoveling, with the exception of heavier wet snow. With planning, the wetter snow tends to be a little easier to clear. I've resorted to using a shovel to push snow into the edges, and then using the snowblower to clear the banks. This is not exactly what I bought it for, unfortunately.
January 3, 2017
Originally posted at
Not Impressed
I Purchased this snow blower, November 2016 and I was not Impressed at all. the handles are in such an akward position it cause fast hand fatigue. Also it did clog a few times. Snow blower isn't that hard to move it's very durable, but the downward handles was the reason I don't recommend it for that price.
January 8, 2017
Originally posted at
Very good but not perfect
Purchased the snowblower in January when I got fed up with shoveling. We've had a pretty rough winter, snow wise and decided that it was time to get reacquainted with a snowblower. I have had two gas snowblowers in the past, the last one being 305cc or roughly 10hp. There are definitely pros and cons to owning a cordless snowblower but the same applies to having a gas snowblower.

What I like:

Was very easy to put together. It is also very easy to operate. Pull on the starter and turn the key and you're good to go. No gas to pour in and spill around or oil change, no fumes, no tune up in the fall and much quieter than a gas snowblower. Charing the batteries is also cheaper than gas in my area which is another plus. Whisper quiet? Yes and no. It is whisper quiet until you start the auger and start throwing snow, which is frankly to be expected. Even when throwing snow it is noticeably quieter than a gas mower idling. It will get noisier if it is "paining" through some heavy snow or the snowbank left by the snow plow at the end of the driveway. Usually I just release the self-propelled handle and let it throw what is in the auger and move forward when there's nothing left in the auger. This reduces the motor noise and helps with preserving battery life and enables me to get the 40 minutes or so out of the charge. We've had two heavy snowfalls this past week and I was able to clear my driveway on one charge both times, including a massive snowbank left by the plow. I was however unable to clear the path in the backyard as the batteries died on me. I had been using it for 35-40 minutes so it is in line with their claim. You'll know when your batteries are all almost completely drained. You'll only be able to move forward/backward OR use the auger. You will not be able to use both together. When that happens, it's time to bring it back to the shed and charge the batteries and finish up later. I will be buying an extra set of batteries just for the occasions where I need more than 40 minutes to clear my driveway. Even with the added batteries, it is still competitively priced against a gas snowblower.

It throws the snow more than far enough for my needs and so far I've had pretty much nothing but great success clearing my driveway aside from one time where it was wet heavy snow to clear. It just kept clogging and was useless. But same can be said about comparable gas snowblowers as well. Although the three speed are not very fast, it's better to use slower speeds when clearing a driveway. Puts less strain on the motor.

What I dislike:

As it has been mentioned in a few reviews, the handles are not comfortable but the same can be said for most snowblowers. I believe that if the handles were perhaps a bit lower, it would help with the ergonomics of the snowblower. I also wish that they would have allowed for the chute adjustment for how far you want to throw the snow to be adjustable from the handles the same way you can adjust the direction of where you want to throw the snow. Having to unscrew, adjust and screw back tight is an annoyance, although minor but still an annoyance.

In conclusion, I'm very happy with my purchase and would highly recommend the product to anyone shopping for a snowblower. It is in my opinion a really good alternative to a gas snowblower and it does what it was built to do.
February 16, 2017
Originally posted at
Good 2 stage snowblower but....
I would like to say that I like this snowblower in general. Itsn't perfect and the first rectification that need to be address is the handling. It's causing so much fatigue in my hands. The compagny should offer at least a new version to the actual owner. For the rest, I really like this snowblower. Hope that it will last 10 years :)
February 19, 2017
Originally posted at
On My Third One
I am currently on the second replacement for my original snow blower. Both times the auger simply stops working and all you get is a hum when you push the safety and pull the suger handle.

When the machine works it works well for a medium duty machine. Snow in California is wet and heavy, but I would think Snow Joe made the blower to handle any type snow. I have to say customer service has been great and they honor their warranty. But, I really don't want another replacement if this one fails. Expecting a few feet this weekend so we will see what happens.
March 4, 2017
Originally posted at
First Look
I love the instant start, low-maintenance and easy assembly! Snow Joe included all the features you'd expect from a medium duty snowblower- steel auger, adjustable shoot, self-propelled and a 2 year warranty. Maryland can get significant snow fall, and I'm excited to see how well it performs.

Note: Snow Joe sent this snow blower for me to review but opinions are my own.
November 5, 2016
Originally posted at

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