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Emsco Bigfoot Series 45 in. Telescoping Handle Car Snow Brush with Built-in Ice Scraper


Bigfoot Series 45 in. Telescoping Handle Car Snow Brush with Built-in Ice Scraper

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Product Overview

Bigfoot is a well-known brand of durable tools that specialize in snow-removal products. The Bigfoot Shock Shield 25 in. Snow Pusher with a metal wear strip and cushion grip is the perfect tool for clearing large amounts of snow. Normal handles transfer the shock to the user's wrist, elbow, and shoulder joints during repetitive shoveling motion. The Extra-Large Shock-Absorbing D-Grip of this Snow Pusher allows the user to use the tool for a longer period of time without having the same degree of stress on hands and joints.

  • Durable polymer construction
  • Built-in metal wear strip for extreme snow removal
  • Extra large cushioned handle grip for added usability and convenience
  • Metal handle provides sturdiness and added durability




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Rated 3.1 out of 5 by 7 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Fantastic~ Have used this pusher for the last three snowfalls of 2" to 5" each. If you have a smooth flat driveway, this clears the snow like a champ. I just cleared 4" today in half the time it would have taken with my 12 h.p. snow thrower! And that's not even including the additional time needed to get it gassed up and started. But, be aware that this grabs the snow and clears right down close to the surface - So where the driveway or sidewalk surface is not smooth, this grabs and does not slide up over the obstacles. March 5, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best snow showel I've ever owned. Greatest shovel needs good concrete This shovel sticks to the concrete like glue, leaving nothing in its path. However, this is a pusher and one shouldn't attempt to lift the snow. I found I can quickly push it to the edge and use another shovel to lift it onto the four feet high piles of snow. Save your back and use a second shovel. I'm from Michigan and we recently had the third highest snowfall in history a few weeks ago. The concrete on our lot is 40 years old. There has been some upheaval ( a fraction of an inch ). This shovel will let you above every uneven surface. I found that it is important to remember every nook and cranny when shoveling or you're going to experience a shock with every push. I understand why the vendor emphasized the shock shield. January 17, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by I Liked this Shovel - Until... Used 5 times (~30-45 minutes each time) and the metal edge split and came off. Now 90% of the leading edge is the plastic of the shovel, with edge remnants on either side. I agree with another reviewer, a snow shovel should last at least one season. March 4, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Wise choice on moving light snow. Since I purchased the shovel we haven't had much snow so I haven't gotten a chance to really use it. March 24, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by the handle broke the second time I used it too weak to push heavy or packed snow and ice. The handle broke and I had to replace it with my own. The shovel blade worked OK. March 10, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Good design, poor quality of build Lasted only 6 weeks in Wyoming winter. Aluminum edge rivets came out and aluminum wore back 1/2 in middle. Seems like this should last at least one season? January 15, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Pushing Snow Love it , it pushes snow very well with out making a mess January 2, 2013
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