La sopladora de nieve sin cable de 20" y 40 V de Ryobi está diseñada para quitar la nieve rápidamente de patios, terrazas y entradas. Con un potente motor sin escobillas y la tecnología para detectar carga, esta sopladora de nieve RYOBI ajusta automáticamente la potencia para brindar un rendimiento óptimo. Este producto está diseñado para brindar potencia silenciosa y constante que descarga nieve con eficiencia hasta 25’. Esta sopladora de nieve inalámbrica RYOBI de 40 V y 20" cuenta con un botón pulsador de encendido y dos faros LED que hacen que limpiar la nueva sea una tarea fácil siempre. También tiene una tolva expulsora a 180° ofrece máximo control para sacar la nieve. Para mayor comodidad, la sopladora de nieve Ryobi está equipada con una batería de alta capacidad de 40 V (iones de litio), 5 Ah, que proporciona un tiempo de funcionamiento prolongado. La sopladora de nieve inalámbrica RYOBI de 40 V y 20" tiene el respaldo de la garantía limitada RYOBI de 5 años y, seguramente, durará muchos años.
Motor sin escobillas para mayor potencia y eficiencia
Botón de encendido fácil y rápido
Prácticas luces LED para mayor visibilidad
Mangos telescópicos para ensamblaje y guardado más fácil
- Voltaje: 40 V
- Motor: Sin escobillas
- Capacidad de la batería: 5.0 A
- Ancho de limpieza: 20"
- Profundidad de limpieza: 10"
- Distancia: Hasta 25 pies
- Tamaño de las ruedas: 8"
- Peso: 35 lb
- Sopladora de nieve sin escobillas de 20" y 40 V
- Batería Lithium de 40V 5.0 Ah
- Cargador de batería de 40 V
- Tolva y ensamblaje direccional
- Manual de operación
Sopladora de nieve sin escobillas de 20" y 40 V con batería de 5 Ah y cargador
Sopladora de nieve sin escobillas de 20" y 40 V con batería de 5 Ah y cargador con calificación sobre 5 por 231.
Calificación de 5 sobre 5 por rdahm de Handled 12 inch wet snow! I purchased the Ryobi 40V snowblower from Home Depot (2 hour delivery!) the day prior to a 12 inch heavy snow. I had evaluated several other brands and choose the Ryobi after reading many reviews on all brands. After charging the batteries I was surprised at the performance of the Ryobi, moving heavy, wet snow. I have a 3-car driveway and was able to finish everything on one charge. If it handles wet snow easily when we receive the normal dry snow I could probably clear the driveway and sidewalks in less time than it took with the old gas-powered snowblower! Great product! Looking forward to purchasing a Ryobi lawn mower in the Spring.
Fecha de publicación: 2018-12-16
Calificación de 4 sobre 5 por Jimmy71 de Easy To Use Bought this in early November. Only had once chance to use it so far, only had one snowfall worth getting it out for. Seemed to work fine, on regular snow it blew it out pretty good, but if the snow was thicker/slushier, it was more difficult and had a tendency to clog up the chute. With December approaching, there will be more snow coming and I can't wait to give it some real work. Found it easy to use. Just slip that big battery into the terminal and push the button. Love the fact there is no oil or gas to worry about. I gave it 4 stars because of the limited use I had, but when the real stuff comes, it could go to 5 stars, but hopefully not less.
Fecha de publicación: 2018-11-30
Calificación de 3 sobre 5 por eHac de Third 40v tool I own I own both the lawn mower and the tiller. Love them both. I was was deeply disappointed last year when the snow blowers were sold out so I anxiously anticipated their return this fall. Like others have said the snow blower struggles to sense the load against the motor and will either stall out or slow to a sputter. Oddly enough the 4ma battery that came with the tiller works wonderfully without issue handling 16” packs at the end of the driveway while the 5ma battery sputters even with 2” of fluff. My initial plan was to be able to swap batteries out and not have to stop and wait for recharges. Not the case so far.
Fecha de publicación: 2019-01-20
Calificación de 3 sobre 5 por Todd T de Great Snow blower - bad battery technology I did not want a gasoline snow blower and had heard good things about this unit. I received it and luckily had to wait for some snow. The first time I used it, it would go for a few seconds and cut out. With the help or a Ryobi service person and a few battery experts at my office we discovered the following: 1. The batter must be charged above 70F and maintain above 70F for it to function properly. 2. If the battery gets cold, the unit will cut out when it hits resistance (snow). 3. Once the snowblower is warm and the battery is warm it is perfect. My garage is heated so the snow blower itself is usually above 60. I now charge the battery in the house and immediately take it out and put it in the unit. That seems to work well. Again, when it is fully functional it is PERFECT!
Fecha de publicación: 2019-02-19
Calificación de 5 sobre 5 por Garymacd de Wow! Just wow! Well, it finally snowed. I got this for Christmas and have been dying to use it. Finally, more than halfway through January it snowed. We’ve had about half the amount of snow fallen that is to be expected And it has blown and filled the driveway to about 15 cm. I was concerned about the power of a battery operated snowblower. I am not concerned anymore. It plowed through all the snow on my driveway and sidewalk with no trouble and then I still had power to clear out most of my neighbour’s double driveway. Wow! I am impressed! It is light, easily manoeuvered, incredibly quiet with easy to operate chute controls. I will reserve my opinions on the durability of the unit until next year. Best of all: no smelly gasoline, noise, pollution or carbon into the air.
Fecha de publicación: 2019-01-19
Calificación de 5 sobre 5 por Extend4x4x4 de Long Overdue For years I've been mixing fuel, cleaning a carburetor and changing spark plugs. Then I had to pump the primer, set the choke and pull a rope until the old name brand snow blower fired up. With that, a puff of stinky smoke and a lot of noise. If I was lucky, I might finish without having to refuel and do it all again. Well no more. Now I take the battery outside and slip it into my Ryobi and go. And now I have a machine with headlights. No more fuel mixing, priming and choking, stink and noise are all things of the past. I got my snow thrower about 2 months ago. As most everyone knows, Michigan winters can be as bad as any as far as snow. This machine can actually take in more snow than my gas machine did and throw it farther so I can be finished faster. And with the short winter days, I can even do it in the dark. If only this had been available years ago.
Fecha de publicación: 2018-11-29
Calificación de 3 sobre 5 por scl36 de Not a lot of power but gets the job done I used this blow blower for the first time yesterday. It was able to clear the light now in my drive way, but it would not throw the snow very far (perhaps 3-3 feet). As well as I got closer to the end of my drive way where the blow plows had pushed up the now it was completely ineffective. My drive way can hold four cars in total and the battery last just long enough to clear that plus the sidewalk in front of my house. I would still recommend having at least two batteries on hand. Over all the machine works quite well, but there is definite room for improvement. As much as I like Ryobi tools, this is one that I do not think it worth the cost. Perhaps it will be in a later model once they made the tweaks.
Fecha de publicación: 2019-01-21
Calificación de 5 sobre 5 por bmadd62 de little powerhouse! bought this snowblower this fall. Used it a few times with good results. Overnight last night we got 13 inches of snow. I work 3rd shift, so I had to clear my driveway just to get my car in the garage. Hoping for the best with this small unit, I must say I am very pleasantly surprised with the power it has, was able to clear the whole driveway, plus what was left at the end of the driveway by the City plows. Plus, it's very quiet, I used it last weekend at 3am and had a policemen drive by and turn around because he could not believe I wasn't violating the noise ordinance!
Fecha de publicación: 2019-01-30