Is it just my slow blower that sucks if the snow is a little wet? Seems to be find in power snow. In the northeast (CT) we tend to sometimes get snow and ice, this snow blower then becomes useless.
We're in the midst of the heaviest snowfall in 90 years. This was a timely purchase thanks to many great reviews on this forum. Also some great suggestions on using spray silicone to prevent clogging. This storm is about 1/3 through and currently have between 10-15". Went out on its maiden run; what a beast. Had no problems and blew snow all the way across the street, even had no problems on driven-over snow. Some spots were fluffy and some were wet heavy snow; no problems and never clogged. My blower shipped with 2 5.0 Ah batteries that lasted an hour, then switched to a 5.0 and 7.5 Ah set I already had for other tools to complete the job in another hour. If I was shoveling, it would be at least an 8 hour back-breaking job that would need 2 days of recovery; not even a bit tired. Let's say, I'm thoroughly satisfied and highly reccomend this snow blower, as all EGO tools.