|Clearing Width and Depth
When calculating clearing width and depth, think about the driveway, sidewalk, and any other areas around the home that must definitely be cleared of snow. Some cordless snow blowers have small intake ports that may clear 6 inches of snow, and other models have deep, 12-inch intake ports. Clearing width correlates to the blower?s number of stages.
Single-stage cordless snow blowers are usually sufficient for residential snow removal. Use a single-stage blower to eliminate snow in sections that are 11 to 22 inches wide.
With a digital drive system, battery-powered snow blowers could be self-propelled, but they usually have a variable-speed auger to increase snow removal. By increasing the speed at which the snow is scooped and thrown through the chute, the auger helps it be easier to move the device through a light snowfall. However, a variable-speed auger isn?t as effective when clearing heavy packed snow.
Premium cordless snow blowers, however, have auto-rotating chutes that users turn by pushing a button near the snow blower?s handle, which doesn?t require the machine to be stopped. The angle on some chutes can also be changed to permit the snow blower to throw snow even more.
Heated handles may seem luxurious, but personal safety can be an important part of working outdoors in freezing temperatures. The heat generated by the handles not only helps keep the user?s fingertips warm in the cold air, in addition, it makes it better to hold and control the snow blower.
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