how much does the snow blower weigh when it's empty (no batteries)

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how much does the snow blower weigh when it's empty (no batteries)
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chris muller

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The box was 70 pounds with all material. My estimate of the device would be 40-45 lbs.
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Chris, according to the manual - the snow blower weight (without the battery) is 24.2 kg (or 53.35 lbs).  Depending on the size of your battery you are using, will determine the final weight.


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The box was heavy as all get out. It was 70lbs only, but really awkward. I'm a big dude but it was hard to move because the box is big. Once taken apart and stripped, the snow blower is very light. It feels like my guitar amp-I can carry it around (though I'd rather have someone else carry it for me). I am surprised by how light it is, I got it up and downstairs easily by carrying it. I am actually a little concerned about how light it is, as I believe F=ma still applies, though my driveway slopes a ton and it'll be nice to be able to whip it around uphill. I think the 50lb is accurate, though it does feel lighter than that. A small person still won't be able to carry it, but if you're ok carrying a chop saw it should be OK.

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