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24" Cordless Self-Propelled Snowblower - 2 Stages - Black/Blue

Article #14585027 Model #ION8024-XR Format 24"-80V
This item is not currently available for immediate purchase, but can be ordered by visiting the selected store. Orders typically take 3-7 days from date of order to be received at your selected store.

24" Cordless Self-Propelled Snowblower - 2 Stages - Black/Blue



This Snow Joe(R) cordless electric snowblower is perfect to tackle winter and its snowfalls. It is equipped with a powerful brushless, two-stage engine of 2500 W, powered by two iONMAX batteries of 40 V and 5 Ah each. Offering an intake height of 13" (33.02 cm) and a clearing width of 24" (60.96 cm), this self-propelled snow blower features an integrated lighting system, four speeds and a chute that can rotate over 180° to throw snow over a distance of 32'. In addition, the lithium-ion batteries offer a quiet runtime of up to 30 minutes, while the EcoSharp(R) technologie eliminates the risks of power fade for an optimal performance. Sold with two batteries and one dual port charger, this innovative product is backed by a 2-year limited warranty.

Product specifications

Moves up to 1000 lb (453.59 kg) of snow per minute
Black and blue
2 batteries of 5 Ah
80 V
2500 W
Chute Control
Thumb-controlled 180° auto-rotate; throws snow over a distance of 32' (9,75 m)
Starting System
Slide Shoes
Adjustable and reversible skid shoes
13" (33.02 cm) TracAssist for maximum traction
Dual 3 W LED headlamps
Ergonomic grip
4 speeds
Intake Height
2 40 V batteries and 1 dual port charger
2-year limited warranty
Working width (in)
Power Source

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What is the warranty for joe snow

Asked by: Theyfrey
I purchased a Snow Joe 24” 80volt unit in mid October.When I went to use it in January the batteries would not take a charge.After contacting Lowe’s Rockyview Store where it was purchased I was told that the batteries were out of warranty and there was nothing they could do about it.They referred me to a repair shop in Airdrie were I might get some help.The machine has never been used but now I should look to a repair shop to get some batteries..Not a good way to generate repeat busness.The people at Snow Joe were much more helpfull and it sounds like they will replace the batteries for me but winter may be over before I get to use the blower.
Answered by: Cubbldr
Date published: 2019-02-27

Why did you not engineer this unit with 80V batteries? I have the Kobalt 80V mower and leaf blower. Both are great units. A natural market is people who already have batteries from other hardware. Batteries are a huge cost in this market...

Asked by: CanadaBHS
I prefer using two 40 volt batteries because my other Sun/Snow Joe products are 40 volt and use a single one of the two batteries. Makes sense to me.
Answered by: J1PAQUE
Date published: 2019-02-27

How many times can batteries be cycled before New batteries have to be purchased?

Asked by: EdKal
I'm two years in, no sign of slowing down. I use the batteries summer (on lawn mower), fall (on mulcher), and winter (on snow blower).
Answered by: J1PAQUE
Date published: 2019-02-28

Will the 80 volt battery from the lawnmower work in this snowblower?

Asked by: James5000
the snow blower use 2 40 volt to make the 80 volt requirements you have to look at the vendors technical specifications on the batteries to see if they are interchangable I dont have the lawnmover
Answered by: Sr00we
Date published: 2019-02-27

How steep of an angle can it climb?

Asked by: Snowtime
From the few times I've used it so far, I wouldn't put it at more than a few degrees.  We have a slight downward slope to our driveway. 
Answered by: Plove
Date published: 2019-02-27

Is the double battery charger included in package?

Asked by: Gsmitty22
Yes it is included. Charging time is around 3.5 hours.
Answered by: Sohmal
Date published: 2019-02-27

I live downtown and will lock the snowblower to our property with a thick bicycle chain and kryptonite lock. I am concerned that the battery may not be locked or protected from theft. Could you please advise how the battery compartment is secured. Thanks 

Asked by: BespokeTastings
The battery compartment top is just a plastic lid  I would never leave batteries in,  keep them with the charger inside and take them out to use. The batteries will last 30 minutes or more. So you want to make sure you have charged batteries before any start. The led change from red to green when charged
Answered by: Sr00we
Date published: 2019-02-27

Is it self propelled or one has to push it? does it have reverse gear also to move back?

Asked by: sivibe
Dear Lowe's Customer, This Snow Blower is self propelled and it also has a reverse gear. Hope this helps, if you have any other questions please let us know. Thanks Customer Service Team Snow Joe + Sun Joe
Answered by: Snow Joe + Sun Joe
Date published: 2019-02-27
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24" Cordless Self-Propelled Snowblower - 2 Stages - Black/Blue is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 57.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Love how much easier it is to handle. I found my gas snowblower just too heavy too handle, so was thrilled when I found this battery operated one. The batteries last about 30 minutes, only just enough time for my driveway. The toggle switch for the auger is very difficult to press so I now carry a marker pen in my pocket that is just the right size to press the switch, saves getting a sore thumb. The auger button takes a little patience to get it to click in, so do the batteries. Overall, I am impressed with the distance the snow is thrown, how quiet the machine is and how light it is, so much easier to maneuver.
Date published: 2018-02-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Battery Tech Almost There The ION8024-XR was the first snowblower that I found with power assist drive wheels. While I was happy to hear it operate fairly quietly and see that the 2-stage worked well in deep snow, there were a few things that I think need improvement: (1) one of the battery compartments is too shallow and makes it difficult to keep the battery under the retention clip (2) the powered chute gears get clogged with snow and need to be brushed off quite often (3) the power chute button (left/right) is too small to operate while wearing gloves (a must at -20 deg. C).
Date published: 2018-01-19
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good snowblower, but not as good as gas blower This is a good tiny snowblower. Works great for 2 car driveway and sidewalk. But if you compare with 2-stage gas blower, it's not as big and powerful. I am happy as it fulfils my requirement. It can chop hard ice left by the snowplow, though it takes more time to chop compared with my neighbours gas blower. Battery time is barely 30 mins with light fluffy snow of 8 inches. The auger shuts down if snow is little wet even at slowest forward speed, which is annoying. I like how I am done with frequent maintenance as no more oil change, spark plug tuneup and gas issues.
Date published: 2017-12-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good results... Didn't know what to expect with a 2 stage electric snowblower. First of all the assembly is pretty easy and the general quality of the machine is excellent. The batteries charged quickly and I was out the door to test it out. I only had about a foot of snow however I am in the Colorado mountains so the snow was fairly light... I worked for about 10 min clearing the back and came out front to take care of the packed snow the plow just left. I was amazed at how well it cut trough the ice and packed snow, it is close to a small gas snowblower... Bottom line, a lot of thought went into this machine, for example the system provides more torque as it encounters heavier snow keeping it at a constant rate by creating more power when it is needed. It works... I am very pleased with this snowblower...
Date published: 2018-01-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not built for Canada eh I bought this 3 days ago hoping to not deal with oil changes or gas fillups or other maintenance as I don't have a garage to work in. As I've tested it out once (the battery lasted 15 minutes after an overnight charge); I'd be happy to spend more on something that worked but this couldn't handle the wet snow (pssst... snow's made of water... its often wet). There's a reason they give you the chute shovel and stick it right on the front of the machine, though I'm waiting for the time it gets knocked in front and chewed up as it did get knocked off by wet snow sloshing through (pushed by the auger and not the impeller).
Date published: 2018-01-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Disappointed This is my first snowblower. I have a battery powered lawn mower and trimmer so I knew there would be limitations compared to gas powered or electric. I have a three car long, Y-shaped driveway so it is not two cars wide. In a light 6" snow with a small windrow, the battery went down to one bar after about 20 minutes I only used the drive wheels periodically. The manual says to stop at one bar or risk battery life longevity, but I pushed through for 30 minutes without the drive wheels and was done before the battery drained. Very disappointed that I was not able to use the drive wheels fully and had to risk battery life while only using it for short time under fairly reasonable conditions.
Date published: 2018-01-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Better than I thought First of all, this thing really throws snow, just like a gas powered snowblower. But, like anything, it has it's limits. We had a BIG storm in January. Probably 24" in 24 hours. It would move 6" or 8" of wind packed snow with no problem. Where it drifted to 10", it would stall, but, if you went real slow, it would throw it. The end of the driveway, where the plow had piled it up 24" deep? Forget it. I just knocked it down with a shovel and blew it 6" or 8" at a time. Slow but WAY better than shoveling! Negatives? As others have noted, the control buttons, although nice in theory, are hard to manage with gloves or mittens on. The tires are kind of small and don't grip that well when you're trying to move through a lot of snow. And, the 5 AH batteries only last about 20 minutes, which is JUST enough to do our driveway that's 70' long X 10' wide. But, all things considered, I'm happy with it.
Date published: 2018-01-17
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good while batteries last - Better for city living I live in a high drift and snow area. Typical snow cleaning is 6inch to 3 feet. For the 20 min of battery life it works amazing and throws the snow far. Don't have to worry about it starting which is way better than gas. But it's not long enough to finish a driveway for a 3 car garage, sidewalk, and clear out in front of the mailbox. If I had 3 sets of batteries I could finish all 3 with the level of drifting we get. I think the product is good but I'll have to find another solution next year due to this product isn't heavy duty enough to keep up with our snow depths. I'll be buying a lawnmower with a snowblower on it or just hire a service.
Date published: 2019-03-12
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