Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 23
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by pj00 Best snow pusher
Hard to find but worth the effort. I have been using this brand for years once I discovered how much better it is than the competition. Best snow pusher I have found so far. I do not know what is different in the design from other similar looking snow shovels/pushers but it is superior. Snow falls in front of it as you push instead of coming over the top to fall behind it. The lack of a metal edge saves wear and tear on your body as it does not catch every crack or imperfection in sidewalks and driveways. THIS IS NOT GOOD FOR LIFTING SNOW. I switch to a different snow shovel for lifting.
January 22, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Reecardo By far, best pusher shovel on the market
I hope they never stop making these. I abused one for many years on a 300 foot driveway. Just got a new one, thank you Home Depot for carrying this product. The edge wears due to it being plastic, but this helps it conform to the surface and doesn't get caught up on every little crack like a metal edge would. If it lasts a few years its beyond worth it. This is for finished surfaces only, decks, asphalt, concrete. Not for gravel, grass, or dirt as it is a pusher. You should be strong to use this too, for deeper snow you really want to get some weight behind it. Not for the weak. It throws the snow forward, not over the top of the shovel. Its curved better and the handle is angled better than the other pushers out there. Its definitely a work out but it will save you so much time compared to a scoop shovel. Made in the USA. Love it.
February 3, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by KillerTurtle77 Best snow shovel ever
If you know what you are doing you will love this type of shovel. I use it like a small plow and push the snow to the side of my driveway. I then use it to pick up the snow while at the same time pushing it up and over piles that are already made. It cuts the snow right down to the black top on my driveway and since it is made of poly it runs right over the imperfect driveway. A shovel with a metal strip would get caught on everything and just make you mad plus this shovel will out last any other pusher out there! I have had mine for 6 years. It’s a must have! Again if you know how to use it you will love it just as much as I do, hands down! Best shovel out there.
January 26, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Snikerdoodle Great Snow Shovel
This one is a replacement for one I purchased 10 yrs ago. I love this shovel. It make light work of heavy snow.
April 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Woodworker Very good product
Excellent product that I purchased to replace an 8 year old one. Light and wide and easy to use. I made some mods to improve after our old one broke where handle intersects the blade. I tapered the end of handle to more precisely fit the tapered socket, then I epoxied the handle into the plastic socket as well as using the included screw. This mod strengthens the shovel to better handle loads introduced when hitting ice build up and reduces vibration. I spent an hour on the mod.
March 3, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by medeqqq The blade part is excellent. The handle is very poor quality.
The second time I used this snow pusher the Handle broke in half, the wooden handle is very inferior quality; however the blade part of the snow pusher is excellent. If the quality of the wooden handle were improved this would be an excellent product.
December 14, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by bobg 25 inch snow shovel best on smooth surface
This 25 inch push snow shovel is sturdy overall even though the blade is heavy duty plastic. An advantage is it's relatively light weight and will push more snow on smooth surfaces like asphalt. But if you have some decking where the boards warp up and down slightly, the sharp plastic edge will catch on the side edges of the boards when pushing snow against those edges (a royal pain!) Of course any snow shovel does the same thing to one degree or another. I would have preferred a fiberglass reinforced handle, but the wood handle seems adequate for average homeowner usage. The shovel is worth the $23 dollars sale price I paid. This type pusher shovel is excellent for pushing 3 or 4 inches of snow to the sides of a 10 foot wide smooth asphalt or concrete driveway. But I would use a standard blade type snow or coal shovel for digging a path along the typical narrow walkway through 6 inches or more of snow especially when there are high snow banks or obstacles on the sides of the walkway that force you to actually lift the snow up to throw it over the sides.
March 3, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Spud Awessome Snow Shovel
Ordered this shovel for in-store pick up. They put it together for me when I got there. (One wood screw to hold the handle on) Works great on a smooth surface such as concrete. Not so good on bumpy ice or for digging. Pushes snow better than any shovel I have ever used for pushing. Keeps the snow rolling forward.
Used my neighbor's old worn out one before buying one for myself.
February 3, 2015