Worx Electric Snow Thrower

by Martin

in Electric snow blowers, Top Rated Snow Blowers, Worx Snow blowers

2011-2012 Update

Price guide $230 – 300

Features at a glance

  • 13 amp electric motor
  • Suitable for medium sized harde surfaces
  • 18 inch clearing width
  • Clearing depth 8 inches
  • 180 degreed adjustable chute
  • Electric start
  • Snow discharges up to 30 feet


This Worx 18 inch electric snow thrower has the power to match a gas powered blower. It can clear a path 18 inches wide by 9 inches deep on hard surfaces, over medium sized areas and can throw snow a distance of 30ft.

The Worx WG650 has a collapsible handle that allows for compact storage and a three position height adjustment that can be altered to suit all users.

It has a steel auger, with a (replaceable) rubber tip, that scrapes right down to the ground, so the Worx WG650 is not suitable for use on gravel or rough ground. Its snow discharge chute rotates through 180 degrees and is easily accessible on the handlebar.

This compact machine is lightweight, convenient to use and can even be hung on the garage wall for storage.

The Worx WG650 electric snow thrower is a well designed product, sturdily built and with enough power to clear snow fast and efficiently.


Detailed specification

Amperage (amps) / motor 13 amp series wound
Chute rotation turning radius 180 degrees
Chute Control adjustable
Clearing Width 18inches
Drift cutters No
Drive system Auger assisted
Headlight No
Heated handles No
Intake height (in.) 10 inches
Weight 27lbs/12Kg
Manufacturer Warranty 2yr full
Snow cut depth – 1 pass 3 Blade
Start Type Electric / recoil
Tyre Height 7 inches
Tire width 1.5 inches
Throw distance Up to 30 feet/9m

Buy the WORX WG650 18-Inch 13 Amp Electric Snow Thrower at Amazon.com.


Alternatively check out the price of the Worx electric snow blower at VMInnovation, and you could make a substantial saving, with free standard shipping.

Worx electric snowblower from VMInnovations

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