Ok so I'm from Montreal Canada and we get snow. After my first use i wasn't sure I made the right decision to buy this snowblower. But after a few storms you learn how to get the best out of this little guy. Obviously you might have to pass a few times on deep snow but hey it does save you from shoveling. We just had a big snow storm 35cm 14/01/2018 and I was impressed. OK the snow wasn't supposed packed but wow it got threw it. Saved my back and other problems from shoveling. So in the end if you want something that doesn't the job on decent condition and light that you can actually carry up to clear your pattio and stuff, go right ahead.
Excellent value for the money. Does what it advertises it will do.
Can handle surprisingly well, high amounts of snow with a single charge of the battery. It is easy to handle and the scraper produce a clear close to the ground cleaning path. Throwing distance is not that great, specially with overnight compacted snow, but it does the job. Overall very happy with it
We have been able to remove the snow better than expected and we got a lot of snow this year in Calgary.
A bit too delicate. Seem to malfunction easily, especially if snow is not light and fluffy.
It works well for light duty snow blowing. Seems to do fine for up to half a foot of powdery snow. Wet snow clogs it up almost immediately but for the price it's pretty much what I expected. I love that it's electric. It's small and light (smaller than my lawnmower) so it fits in the garage without taking up a ton of space. Sure beats shoveling. If you need a snow blower that will clear deep or heavy/wet snow, you'll need to spend a lot more money.