Model#: SNONSJ625E

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Snow Joe SJ625E Ultra 15 Amp 21 in. Electric Snow Thrower with Light

  • Snow Joe SJ625E Ultra 15 Amp 21 in. Electric Snow Thrower with Light
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Responding to the need for an easy-to-use machine that could tackle heavier snowfall on mid-sized driveways and walkways, Snow Joe developed the Snow Joe Ultra SJ625E, a larger electric snow thrower that delivers the power of a gas machine with the convenience of an electric unit. Ideal for heavy snowfall on mid-sized driveways and walkways, the Snow Joe Ultra SJ625 is your snow solution for the winter.
  • A powerful 15 amp motor moves up to 800 lbs. of snow per minute
  • Durable steel auger with 2 rubber blades cuts a path 21 in. wide by 12 in. deep with each pass
  • Adjustable discharge chute rotates a complete 180 degrees to provide full control over the direction of the snow stream
  • Chute deflector can also be adjusted to control the height of the snow stream
  • Easy-glide all-terrain wheels make the Snow Joe Ultra easy to turn and maneuver with each pass
  • Scraper blade at the base of the unit efficiently scrapes the snow clear to the ground without damaging your deck or pavement
  • 3-watt LED light for safe night time clearing
  • Powered electrically equals to effortless starts with no need of gas, oil, or tune-ups necessary to maintain
  • Ultra 15 Amp 21 in. Electric Snow Thrower with Light - SJ625E


Series: Ultra
Length: 42.5 in.
Width: 23 in.
Height: 40.55 in.
Weight: 35.7 lbs.
Amperage: 15
Clearing Depth: 12 in.
Clearing Width: 21 in.
Power Type: Electric
Starter: Electric
Voltage: 120V



4.5 / 5.0
93 Reviews
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beyond expectations
I bought it late in the winter and only used it once, but Sno Joe SJ625E was beyond my expectations and good value for the money.
April 30, 2018
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Always STARTS!!! Best band for my buck
I live in Minne-snowta and this machine has worked very well. My driveway is around 30x40 and this machine has been a life saver.
April 25, 2018
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Light and easy to use for elderly and people with lower strength levels.
April 20, 2018
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Solid product
Purchased originally in 2016, my SnowJoe quit working last month. SnowJoe had a full replacement shipped to me within the next day. It performs well considering it is completely electric. It works best in dry puffy snow, however once it melts and freezes, this little guy just can't cut enough to compare to bigger gas models. That's fine, this model helps me keep my dual-lane driveway clear just in case we need to pull out of the garage. Keep the thrower tube free of ice, it likes to freeze overnight, then I wake up the next morning to clear snow and it's frozen in the direction I left it from the night before. Just a little bit of WD-40 after using keeps it working nicely.
March 21, 2018
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well worth the money
well worth the money, we just had 3 noreasters, it did a great job , no problems at all , a great little blower
March 14, 2018
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Does the job
Easy to assemble in less than 30 min. Light, easy to direct snow and easy to maneuver. Surprisingly able to easily get through a foot of snow. Does the job!
March 13, 2018
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Fantastic for residential use!
This snow thrower is perfect for our home use. It is as wide (21" as many of the gas powered throwers (but avoids the tedious small engine maintenance) and very effective. This machine easily handles 12" snow and throws it a good 20-25 feet, depending on how you set the deflector. I have a 100' extension cord which gives me plenty of range to clear all the sidewalks and driveways around our home. It is also light enough and small enough and clean enough that I can lift it into the back of our minivan and drive it over to my elderly mother's home and clear all her snow in a matter of minutes.
March 10, 2018
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Many good features
After my heart surgery there was a re-evaluation on how various jobs got done. Snow shoveling changed to snow lowing with a light electric snow plow. Had a Toro for a number of years, but it died. Saw the Snowjoe on sale and was very impressed with it construction and features. Brought it home ready for the heavy snow fall we were expecting the next day . It never came, and has not snowed since. Disappointed I did’nt get a chance to use my new Snowjoe yet. But will definetly write a review after my first use.
March 10, 2018
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Works very well.
Have used this in 10" of snow and has no problem moving it, a little hard to control where the snow is going as it doesn't come out of the chute in an even stream, tends to scatter the snow discharge. Motor has lots of torque to handle the snow load. The handle is very light duty and flimsy, isn't sturdy enough for the size of the unit, easily twists so will eventually cause a problem I would think.
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March 8, 2018
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Got My Money's Worth Already
I bought this as a Black Friday item last November at the outlet after reading reviews and watching videos. This is my second review. The first time I used it for 8" of dry snow and it worked like a charm. Yesterday we had a storm here in NJ and my area got 6" of wet heavy snow
which it's really not recommended for, well guess what after taking half cuts it cleaned my driveway and walkway down to the pavement. Sure beat shoveling. Now I'm more coordinated with the power cord with the second use.
March 8, 2018
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Can the height be set so I dont catch all ofthe gravel on my gravel driveway?
Jason J on Feb 12, 2018