Greenworks Snow Blower Reviews 2022: The Ultimate Guide

Greenworks Snow Blower: Which Model is Right For You?

So you’ve settled on a Greenworks snow blower, or maybe you’ve put them on your shortlist and want to take a closer look at the line. With more than a dozen to choose from, which one should you buy?

Our team of experts did the homework for you. Whether you’re looking for a Greenworks cordless snow blower or a corded electric model, our goal is to help you narrow down the field by offering our top recommendations.

Greenworks Commercial 82V Dual Stage Snow Blower: Best of the Best

The top-of-the-line for Greenworks unsurprisingly comes from the 82V Commercial series. The Dual Stage snow blower (or snow thrower) has a 24-inch clearing width, can handle up to 20 inches of snow depth, can throw up to 50 feet, and has power equivalent to a 253cc gas engine. Thanks to three active battery ports, you can have the runtime onboard to clear more than 3000 square feet.

But that’s not all by a long shot. This is a ZTS, meaning that it’s self-propelled and has a zero turning radius. Plus you get three forward speeds along with a reverse speed. With such a muscular build, it’s really helpful when you’re clearing larger or longer areas and you’re wasting effort turning the machine around.

Keep in mind that as part of the Commercial series, this snow blower is built to handle professional applications. Here are some more details:

  • Brushless motor
  • Independent hub wheel motor with traction control
  • 15 x 5-inch tires
  • Adjustable drift cutters
  • Non-marring skid shoes
  • Top-mounted LED headlights
  • Adjustable chute direction
  • 14-gauge steel intake
  • 12-gauge steel auger
  • Steel shave plate

This isn’t a cheap snow blower and the bare tool runs $1299.99. From there, you can choose the battery and charger loadout you want.

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Greenworks Commerical 82V 22-Inch Snow Blower

If you’re looking for a single-stage option for professional use, Greenworks Commercial has a 22-inch model that can suit your needs. It clears snow up to 12 1/2 inches deep with the ability to throw it up to 30 feet. It has two active battery ports to extend your runtime and is capable of running on just one battery.

You can pick this one up as a kit with an 8.0Ah battery and charger for $799.99. It’s also available as a bare tool for $505.99.

Greenworks Commercial 24V Snow Shovel

Supplementing your walk-behind snow blower for smaller areas or quick cleanup with its 12-inch clearing width, the Commercial line includes a powered snow shovel. This one runs on the 24V system, saving you quite a bit of weight compared to the larger 82V packs.

Grab this one for $299.99 with a 4.0Ah battery and charger.

Greenworks 60V Snow Blower: Best Performance for Residential

Greenworks Pro 60V Dual Stage Snow Blower

If you’re on the hunt for a battery-powered dual-stage snow blower for residential use, the 60V line has one, too. also shares very similar performance characteristics with the 82V model. It has the power of a 253cc gas engine with the capacity to handle 24 inches of clearing width and 14 inches of height with a max throw of 50 feet.

It’s also a zero-turn design with three active battery ports, giving you many of the benefits of the Commercial Dual Stage on the residential 60V platform. The biggest differences include roughly half the clearing capacity per charge and the lower snow depth capacity. That said, it’s the most capable residential design Greenworks currently has if high-performance is your top priority.

  • LED headlights
  • Variable speed controls
  • 200° chute rotation

Tractor Supply has this model packed with two 8.0Ah batteries and a dual-port charger for $1499.99.

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Greenworks Pro 60V 22-Inch Snow Blower

The Greenworks 60V 22-inch Snow Blower is rated to handle up to 2/3 of an acre and throws snow an impressive 30 feet. Looks-wise, it’s very similar to its 80V counterpart with the exception that this model comes with two 5.0Ah batteries to go in the dual active ports. The machine only needs one battery to run and automatically switches over when the first runs out. This snow blower runs $599.99 with two batteries and a dual-port charger.

When it comes to single-stage snowblowers, this is the top performer on the 60V line.

Pro 60V 20-Inch Brushless Snow Blower

Quickly clear driveways, sidewalks, and patios with the Greenworks 20-inch brushless snow blower which can handle snowfalls up to 10 inches deep with its 20-inch wide intake. Expect the throw to reach up to 20 feet and runtime as high as 50 minutes, depending on the snow conditions.

It runs $399.99 with a 5.0Ah battery and charger. That’s a pretty big price drop from where it was last year, making this model an excellent value option.

Pro 60V 12-Inch Brushless Snow Shovel

The single-stage 60V cordless snow shovel is compact, portable, and easy to store during the off-season. The 12-inch clearing path handles up to 6 inches of snowfall and can run up to 45 minutes with the 4.0Ah battery that comes in the kit.

Grab it for $299.99 with a 4.0Ah battery and charger. It’s an excellent option for smaller driveways and areas that receive less snow, or to supplement your larger walk-behind snow blower.

Greenworks 80V Snow Blower: Another High-Performance Option

Greenworks Pro 80V Brushless 22-Inch Snow Blower

There’s a 22-inch cordless snow blower that’s the flagship of the 80V line and your best bet for the top performance on this platform. With a brushless motor at the heart, its 22-inch width can clear up to 13 inches deep and send it 30 feet away. Using the 4.0Ah battery that comes with the kit, it has the runtime to clear a 6-car driveway on one charge. There’s also a second active battery port you can use to extend your coverage. Other highlights include:

  • Dual LED lights for snow blowing in the dark
  • 180° chute adjustment
  • Folding handle
  • Compatible with all Greenworks 80V batteries

This one is $699.99 and includes a 4.0Ah battery and charger. We’ve also seen at Costco in a two-battery kit for $799.99.

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Pro 80V Brushless 20-Inch Snow Blower

This one has lower capacity and power at a less expensive price point. It has a 20-inch clearing width, handles up to 10 inches of depth, and has a 20-foot max throw. Using the 2.0Ah battery that comes in the kit, you can expect up to 45 minutes of runtime. It’s $499.99 with a 2.0Ah battery and charger or $399.99 as a bare tool. If you’re on the 80V line, this is your best value option.

Pro 80V Brushless Snow Shovel

Handheld and easier to store, the Pro 80V Snow Shovel has 12-inch width that can handle snow up to 6 inches deep and throw it 20 feet. It’s best on narrower walkways or for quick cleanup when you don’t want to pull your full-size snow blower out of the garafe. Prices run $349.99 with a 2.0Ah battery and charger or $299.99 as a bare tool.

Greenworks 40V Snow Blower: High Value for Smaller Areas

Greenworks 40V Brushless 20-Inch Snow Blower

There’s now a 20-inch brushless snow blower for the Greenworks 40V system, lifting the performance for this popular high-value line. Its capable of a 20-inch clearing width and 8-inch depth capacity with the ability to throw snow up to 20 feet. Using the 6.0Ah battery that comes in the kit, you can expect runtimes up to 45 minutes.

A nice bonus with the 40V battery system is that there’s a USB port on the pack so you can double it as a portable power bank for your devices.

  • Top-mounted headlights
  • 180° rotating chute
  • Folding handle
  • Compatible with all Greenworks 40V batteries

This model is the top-performing 40V option and is a good fit for 4 to 8-car driveways in areas that don’t typically get deep snow. The kit runs $449.99 and the bare tool is $349.99.

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Greenworks 40V Brushless 16-Inch Snow Blower

The Greenworks 16-inch snow blower has a 40V brushless motor that is capable of throwing 8 inches of snow up to 20 feet from your path. Its compact footprint stores easily and is nimble when clearing around flower beds and shrubs. If easy maneuvering is a high priority, this is a good option for you. The kit includes a 4.0Ah battery and charger for $299.99 or you can grab the bare tool for $249.99. We have seen some lower sale prices on Amazon, making it an even better value.

40V Brushless 12-Inch Snow Shovel

The Greenworks 40V 12-inch snow shovel clears up to 6-inches of snowfall easier thanks to the performance of its brushless motor. Its design focuses on better ergonomics to help prevent back strain and increase efficiency. Grab it with a 4.0Ah battery for $259.99 or as a bare tool for $169.99 to cover narrow walkways and quick cleanup.

Greenworks Corded Electric Snow Blower: Lower Cost Clearing

Greenworks 13-Amp 20-Inch Snow Blower

If extension cords aren’t an issue for you, the Greenworks 13-amp 20-inch snow blower is a great option that’s less expensive than going cordless. The 20-inch deck clears up to 10 inches of snowfall in one pass and hurls it up to 20 feet away and you don’t have to worry about managing the runtime. Just make sure you have enough extension cord length to cover the area you’re clearing and you’re good to go!

  • Top-mounted LED headlights
  • 180-degree discharge chute

Pick one up today for $199.99.

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10-Amp 16-Inch Snow Shovel

The Greenworks 16-inch corded snow shovel is a bit of a hybrid between a snow blower and smaller snow shovels and it’s great on small walkways. It’s capable of clearing snow up to 6 inches deep and can send snow up to 25 feet away through its 90° adjustable chute. It’s available for $129.99 and is a good primary option for homes with small sections to clear.

8-Amp 12-Inch Snow Shovel

For your quick clearing needs or for narrow walkways with snow depths up to 6 inches, grab the Greenworks 12-inch corded snow shovel. Lightweight, compact, and easy to maneuver in tight spaces this 8-amp snow shovel is easy on your wallet at $99.99.

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Do you know why the 60v dual stage doesn’t show up on the Greenworks website? You would think they would want to market this with snow season approaching.


According to a graphic on the Greenworks page for that top of the line 82v snow blower, the initial investment for the tool, (2) 8Ah batteries, and (2) Dual Port chargers is supposed to be $1770. However, putting all those items in the cart on the Greenworks webpage, came out to be $2575.95, that’s before taxes or shipping. I think their calculations have gone awry.

Tim Caswell

Purchased 80V Snow Blower, about four years ago. Had to get new battery two years ago. Now the battery is at full charge, bur blower only goes about 8 inches in fresh snow, 5″, then DIES, have to restart, go 8 inches and Dies. Snow is light and easy to move, except the blower does not do its job. Outside temperature is – 16 degrees C. Please advise what the problem and the solution for this issue.

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