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Kobalt 80-Volt Max 12-in Single-stage Brushless Cordless Electric Snow Blower (Tool Only)

35 Reviews
  • Single-stage 80-Volt cordless snow shovel quickly clears driveways, sidewalks and patios with a 12-in clearing path
  • Discharges snow up to 20-ft in order to properly remove it from the clearing area
  • Eliminates any lifting causing back pain

$147.67

  • Single-stage 80-Volt cordless snow shovel quickly clears driveways, sidewalks and patios with a 12-in clearing path
  • Discharges snow up to 20-ft in order to properly remove it from the clearing area
  • Eliminates any lifting causing back pain
  • Auxiliary handle adjusts to fit different heights of the user
  • Brushless motor for greater power and motor life
  • Highest voltage in the industry for gas comparable performance
  • Very quiet and easy to maneuver during use
  • Safety button prevents accidental start-up
  • Easy to assemble
Weight 15 lbs
Dimensions 10.2 × 14.2 × 63.4 in

Latest reviews

  1. Bill

    The snow blower works well so far, but we have only tested on up to 8″ of snow so far. I think it will work well with more snow, but not sure what the max amount of snow is yet.

    The one drawback so far is the it only throws the snow towards the front of the unit. We cannot angle the snow to the sides. We have long sidewalks, so much of the cleared snow lands on the sidewalk ahead. If we could get it to throw to one side, we would have less residual clean up to do after using the unit. As it is, we need to go back over the “cleared” sidewalks to clean any additional snow that landed on it while blowing the bulk of it away.

  2. jkg

    Was a little skeptical. But it did a great job throwing the snow. It worked great with the light snow but also powered through the heavy snow. Sometimes you had to go over the deeeper areas a few times but did the job. Battery lasted a good 20 minutes or more and the batttery does recharge pretty quickly. It is heavy but because you slide it along the ground the weight isnt noticable. Unfortunately you cant direct where the snow throws so be mindful what direction you push. Dont want to recover the neighbors car in snow

  3. SteveO

    Works great, still waiting on a good snow. Only used a couple times maybe 3 inches of snow, gets a little heavy and forearm Burns from holding the trigger down. Just gotta find a better path to throw the snow depending on wind. Still better than pushing snow with a normal snow shovel.

  4. gpj445

    Bought because I have other Kobalt electric tools and it uses the same battery. Worked ok for 15 minutes or so in light snow on driveway , then jammed. Suspect belt came off, but didn’t want to be constantly fixing, so I returned it. Might be ok for a sidewalk. Waiting for snowblower sold without battery and charger, since I have multiple of both already.

  5. Greg

    Works great for clearing deck and patio throws snow at least 25 feet. Get lots of snow in colorado mountians would not want to try and clear a larger driveway.

  6. Dizzle

    This is a great idea. It works as long as the pavement is smooth. The only issue is it needs wheels. Its bottom heavy and awkward when you have to move it around. I reverted back to using my shovel after about 5 minutes.

  7. Bruce

    I replaced a Honda gas snow blower with this Kobalt as I wanted to try an electric snow blower but was out of stock in their bigger, wheeled Kobalt snow blowers.

    It throws the snow forward, so it is difficult to see the path being cleared. The same for kicking up rocks when they are encountered, so I always had to aim the blower away from the house as when I did the walkways around the house.

    My driveway is slightly downhill and the blower slid fairly well so I didn’t have to hold it, I could just push it which made it a lot easier. Where there was ice or uneven pavement under the snow the blower would often catch and jerk to a halt when pushing but it still was better than trying to continually hold it up as it worked.

    Overall, a bit of a pain to use compared to a wheeled blower and I think I’ll still get the Kobalt wheeled snow blower once it is back in stock but I do like how little space it takes up and no longer having to mess with gas and oil.

  8. awinter

    Used this aboiy 8 times.
    The battery is already junk.
    Maybe 5 hours on it.
    It worked good whennit worked. 2 months
    Short lived

  9. AllAroundHandyman

    This purchase will be used for small jobs. I have a two-stage snowblower but it’s not worth getting out for 2-3 inches of snow. I’ve used it once and thats all it’s good for. One thing I learned is make certain the path to be cleared is snow only. If you hit a foreign object or a hard object buried under the snow like rocks or the foot of some furniture you risk damaging it. Otherwise it throws the snow far enough that it clears the path well.

  10. AzBrent

    I have the 80 V leaf blower it works great so I decided to try this snow blower 12 inch it works fabulous highly recommended battery lasted plenty long over 30 minutes and still had power

  11. Jamie

    Did my whole driveway and sidewalk on one battery. About 4-5” of snow. Was a lot quieter than my snowblower and much quicker and easier to maneuver. Definitely happy with this purchase!

  12. DandD

    Brand new , battery would not charge. Size and weight great will reorder and see if the battery will charge.

  13. Jim P

    This snow shovel is a piece of crap. It is very awkward to use and cuts a very narrow path. It clears underneath and then just pushes the snow ahead. I gave up after about 5 minutes and got out my gas powered snowblower. It will be returned later today. Definitely not worth $300. Many of the reviews here appear to be for a snowblower not the shovel. It does not throw snow.

  14. Bill

    The snow blower works well so far, but we have only tested on up to 8″ of snow so far. I think it will work well with more snow, but not sure what the max amount of snow is yet.

    The one drawback so far is the it only throws the snow towards the front of the unit. We cannot angle the snow to the sides. We have long sidewalks, so much of the cleared snow lands on the sidewalk ahead. If we could get it to throw to one side, we would have less residual clean up to do after using the unit. As it is, we need to go back over the “cleared” sidewalks to clean any additional snow that landed on it while blowing the bulk of it away.

  15. jkg

    Was a little skeptical. But it did a great job throwing the snow. It worked great with the light snow but also powered through the heavy snow. Sometimes you had to go over the deeeper areas a few times but did the job. Battery lasted a good 20 minutes or more and the batttery does recharge pretty quickly. It is heavy but because you slide it along the ground the weight isnt noticable. Unfortunately you cant direct where the snow throws so be mindful what direction you push. Dont want to recover the neighbors car in snow

  16. SteveO

    Works great, still waiting on a good snow. Only used a couple times maybe 3 inches of snow, gets a little heavy and forearm Burns from holding the trigger down. Just gotta find a better path to throw the snow depending on wind. Still better than pushing snow with a normal snow shovel.

  17. gpj445

    Bought because I have other Kobalt electric tools and it uses the same battery. Worked ok for 15 minutes or so in light snow on driveway , then jammed. Suspect belt came off, but didn’t want to be constantly fixing, so I returned it. Might be ok for a sidewalk. Waiting for snowblower sold without battery and charger, since I have multiple of both already.

  18. Greg

    Works great for clearing deck and patio throws snow at least 25 feet. Get lots of snow in colorado mountians would not want to try and clear a larger driveway.

  19. Dizzle

    This is a great idea. It works as long as the pavement is smooth. The only issue is it needs wheels. Its bottom heavy and awkward when you have to move it around. I reverted back to using my shovel after about 5 minutes.

  20. Bruce

    I replaced a Honda gas snow blower with this Kobalt as I wanted to try an electric snow blower but was out of stock in their bigger, wheeled Kobalt snow blowers.

    It throws the snow forward, so it is difficult to see the path being cleared. The same for kicking up rocks when they are encountered, so I always had to aim the blower away from the house as when I did the walkways around the house.

    My driveway is slightly downhill and the blower slid fairly well so I didn’t have to hold it, I could just push it which made it a lot easier. Where there was ice or uneven pavement under the snow the blower would often catch and jerk to a halt when pushing but it still was better than trying to continually hold it up as it worked.

    Overall, a bit of a pain to use compared to a wheeled blower and I think I’ll still get the Kobalt wheeled snow blower once it is back in stock but I do like how little space it takes up and no longer having to mess with gas and oil.

  21. awinter

    Used this aboiy 8 times.
    The battery is already junk.
    Maybe 5 hours on it.
    It worked good whennit worked. 2 months
    Short lived

  22. AllAroundHandyman

    This purchase will be used for small jobs. I have a two-stage snowblower but it’s not worth getting out for 2-3 inches of snow. I’ve used it once and thats all it’s good for. One thing I learned is make certain the path to be cleared is snow only. If you hit a foreign object or a hard object buried under the snow like rocks or the foot of some furniture you risk damaging it. Otherwise it throws the snow far enough that it clears the path well.

  23. AzBrent

    I have the 80 V leaf blower it works great so I decided to try this snow blower 12 inch it works fabulous highly recommended battery lasted plenty long over 30 minutes and still had power

  24. Jamie

    Did my whole driveway and sidewalk on one battery. About 4-5” of snow. Was a lot quieter than my snowblower and much quicker and easier to maneuver. Definitely happy with this purchase!

  25. DandD

    Brand new , battery would not charge. Size and weight great will reorder and see if the battery will charge.

  26. Jim P

    This snow shovel is a piece of crap. It is very awkward to use and cuts a very narrow path. It clears underneath and then just pushes the snow ahead. I gave up after about 5 minutes and got out my gas powered snowblower. It will be returned later today. Definitely not worth $300. Many of the reviews here appear to be for a snowblower not the shovel. It does not throw snow.

  27. Bill

    The snow blower works well so far, but we have only tested on up to 8″ of snow so far. I think it will work well with more snow, but not sure what the max amount of snow is yet.

    The one drawback so far is the it only throws the snow towards the front of the unit. We cannot angle the snow to the sides. We have long sidewalks, so much of the cleared snow lands on the sidewalk ahead. If we could get it to throw to one side, we would have less residual clean up to do after using the unit. As it is, we need to go back over the “cleared” sidewalks to clean any additional snow that landed on it while blowing the bulk of it away.

  28. jkg

    Was a little skeptical. But it did a great job throwing the snow. It worked great with the light snow but also powered through the heavy snow. Sometimes you had to go over the deeeper areas a few times but did the job. Battery lasted a good 20 minutes or more and the batttery does recharge pretty quickly. It is heavy but because you slide it along the ground the weight isnt noticable. Unfortunately you cant direct where the snow throws so be mindful what direction you push. Dont want to recover the neighbors car in snow

  29. SteveO

    Works great, still waiting on a good snow. Only used a couple times maybe 3 inches of snow, gets a little heavy and forearm Burns from holding the trigger down. Just gotta find a better path to throw the snow depending on wind. Still better than pushing snow with a normal snow shovel.

  30. gpj445

    Bought because I have other Kobalt electric tools and it uses the same battery. Worked ok for 15 minutes or so in light snow on driveway , then jammed. Suspect belt came off, but didn’t want to be constantly fixing, so I returned it. Might be ok for a sidewalk. Waiting for snowblower sold without battery and charger, since I have multiple of both already.

  31. Greg

    Works great for clearing deck and patio throws snow at least 25 feet. Get lots of snow in colorado mountians would not want to try and clear a larger driveway.

  32. Dizzle

    This is a great idea. It works as long as the pavement is smooth. The only issue is it needs wheels. Its bottom heavy and awkward when you have to move it around. I reverted back to using my shovel after about 5 minutes.

  33. Bruce

    I replaced a Honda gas snow blower with this Kobalt as I wanted to try an electric snow blower but was out of stock in their bigger, wheeled Kobalt snow blowers.

    It throws the snow forward, so it is difficult to see the path being cleared. The same for kicking up rocks when they are encountered, so I always had to aim the blower away from the house as when I did the walkways around the house.

    My driveway is slightly downhill and the blower slid fairly well so I didn’t have to hold it, I could just push it which made it a lot easier. Where there was ice or uneven pavement under the snow the blower would often catch and jerk to a halt when pushing but it still was better than trying to continually hold it up as it worked.

    Overall, a bit of a pain to use compared to a wheeled blower and I think I’ll still get the Kobalt wheeled snow blower once it is back in stock but I do like how little space it takes up and no longer having to mess with gas and oil.

  34. awinter

    Used this aboiy 8 times.
    The battery is already junk.
    Maybe 5 hours on it.
    It worked good whennit worked. 2 months
    Short lived

  35. AllAroundHandyman

    This purchase will be used for small jobs. I have a two-stage snowblower but it’s not worth getting out for 2-3 inches of snow. I’ve used it once and thats all it’s good for. One thing I learned is make certain the path to be cleared is snow only. If you hit a foreign object or a hard object buried under the snow like rocks or the foot of some furniture you risk damaging it. Otherwise it throws the snow far enough that it clears the path well.

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