Ultimate Greenworks 26032 Review
Can an electric snow blower provide the power needed to do the job in a location that often sees plenty of light to moderate snow falls of less than 4 to 6 inches? The Greenworks 26032 reveals that the response is a professional "Yes!" If you're cost sensitive - And who'sn't these days? - that 'competent' yes is very likely to turn into "definitely".
No electric snow blower out there can push just as much snow as fast as a high end gas version. They simply do not have the power. Nor can they produce the same type of freedom of movement, since there's always a cord.
Nevertheless, the Greenworks 26032 produces lots of snow removal. This version plows a broad swath, as a result of a 20" scoop. That's the full two inches better than many competitive versions. It does that while digging down the full 10 inches. You will not have to generate multiple passes over the same ground to clear the region (provided you do not wait and let the snow pile up, naturally).
Combine that using a throw that throws the snow up to 20 feet away and you'll be able to clear an area thoroughly. The chute swivels a full 180 degrees in order to direct the snow wherever you need. You can ensure you're n't filling up some area you merely cleared, so there is never a need to go over the same area again afterwards. It does that without needing one to be Hercules to transfer the chute. Yet, it is solid enough to remain where you set it while snow shoots out the top.
It's also helpful that there is more here than just raw power. In the end, next spring you'd like your sidewalk, driveway, and lawn to be complete. This Greenworks component solves that potential trouble before it arises in two ways: great raising engineering and blade protection.
The blades are super-tough and spin amazingly rapidly around 2400 rpm. But they're also rubber-lined, so they will not damage your deck, your grass or other things they might come in contact with.
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