Earthwise 10″ Wide 9-Amp Electric Snow Thrower For $28.32 Shipped From Amazon After $71 Price Drop!

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Update: Now $59.99

Earthwise 10″ Wide 9-Amp Electric Snow Thrower For $28.32 Shipped From Amazon After $71 Price Drop!

This was selling for $99 earlier this month before the price started the drop. This is now the lowest price ever from Amazon.

  • 9 Amp Motor and up to 4,000 RPM
  • 10″ Clearing Width
  • 5″ Snow Cut Depth
  • 25′ Throwing Distance
  • 300 pounds per minute capacity

HT: Davidthebest, via DDF

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16 Comments On "Earthwise 10″ Wide 9-Amp Electric Snow Thrower For $28.32 Shipped From Amazon After $71 Price Drop!"

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y id

Does it work in Israel with 220v?


A snow blower in Israel?

Mr g

Just bought the used in very good condition for 24.00


how long is the cord


Please someone before it sells out. I dont see anywhere how long the cord it


I’m also wondering how long the cord is. Might be interested in plugging it in my car and using to clear snow away from around the parking spot.

David Rauer

6 inches or so. You need extension cord


Also California’s Proposition 65 Warning


This means nothing

“Some businesses in the state post similar notices on their premises, even when they have not evaluated the actual level of risk from a listed chemical they know is present.[22] Warning signs are often posted at gas stations,[23] hardware suppliers,[24] grocery stores, drug stores, medical facilities, and many other businesses.[25][26] Government agencies,[27] parking garages, hotels,[26] apartment complexes,[28] retail stores,[29] banks, and restaurants[30] also post warning signs because of the possibility of hazardous chemicals being present in everyday items or the nearby environment. Some large businesses, such as utility companies, mail a Prop 65 notice to all customers each year to warn them of dangerous substances like natural gas[31] or the sand used in sandblasting.[32]

There is no penalty for posting an unnecessary warning sign.[33] Because of the overuse of the vague warning, the ubiquitous signs ultimately communicate very little information to the end user.[23][34] This problem has been recognized by California courts,[35][36] advocates,[23][37] and businesses.[26]”


Price is now 34


37$ orig price says 55


$41.24 now..





Deal lover

Thanks, Dan! It came to good use today.