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HDX 44 in. Wood Handle Digging Shovel
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HDX

44 in. Wood Handle Digging Shovel

  • Durable tempered steel blade
  • Foot step for comfort and control
  • Strong hardwood handle
$9.97 /each

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Product Overview

This long handle round point shovel is suitable for digging and gardening, particularly in tilled soil. This is a light-use tool for infrequent jobs and yard maintenance. It is of good value to homeowners with smaller landscaping and gardening requirements.

  • Tempered steel blade for years of service
  • Forward-turned step for secure foot placement
  • 44 in. North American hardwood handle
  • Great for both gardening and light duty construction work

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Name 44 in. Wood Handle Digging Shovel 48 in. Wood Handle Round Point Shovel 46.5 in. Fiberglass Handle Digging Shovel with Comfort Step 48 in. Wood Handle Round Point Shovel
Brand HDX Ames Ames Razor-Back
Ratings (16) (16) (119) (41)
Shovel Head Type Round Round Round Round
Handle Material Wood Wood Fiberglass Wood
Blade Material Steel Steel Steel Steel
Handle Length (in.) 44 48 46.5 48
Blade width (in.) 8.25 8.75 8.75 9
Garden Center Tool Type Shovel Shovel Shovel Shovel
Manufacturer Warranty 5 year 15 year 15 year Lifetime
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Customer Questions & Answers

Is it fine for just digging a hole in dirt about a foot down

Asked by: Jay
If the ground is hard, it may snap at the head.
Answered by: DarthGideous
Date published: 2017-03-18

Does the 5 year warranty cover the handle too?

Does the 5 year warranty cover the handle too?
Asked by: shoveler1
Yes.
Answered by: AmesTrueTemper
Date published: 2017-04-24

Is this a size #00 shovel???

I was trying to replace an Ames Size #00 I bought at home depot in Tucson about 1995 or so. Just wondering where to find one.
Asked by: desertrat1512
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44 in. Wood Handle Digging Shovel is rated 2.9 out of 5 by 16.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Spend the extra money on one with a fiberglass handle so that when this one breaks you don't have... Spend the extra money on one with a fiberglass handle so that when this one breaks you don't have to put your project on hold and then spend the money on a fiberglass handle shovel anyway. Snapped off right at the head during its fourth use. I was only digging. Using it as a shovel is meant to be used. Its been stored in a shed and never left outside after use. Piece of garbage.
Date published: 2017-03-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Its very well made, strong, sturdy, yet not heavy. I used it for several tasks and it has great q... Its very well made, strong, sturdy, yet not heavy. I used it for several tasks and it has great quality at an amazing price.
Date published: 2017-01-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Review for HDX digging shovel We have one of these rakes that we bought a few years ago. The hea... Review for HDX digging shovel We have one of these rakes that we bought a few years ago. The head came off after not very long so. rather than throwing it out. I drilled a hole all the way through the shovel and handle, then put a bolt in. Now it’s a great shovel! Of course, it’s not as good as a razorback but still useful. Pros: *Inexpensive *Pretty good blade *Works well after I modified it Cons: *I had to put in a bolt since there wasn't one *So, the Ames company needs to do a better job on you off brand tools!!! 4 out 5 stars Thanks for reading!!!!
Date published: 2016-11-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Review for HDX digging shovel We have one of these rakes that we bought a few years ago. The hea... Review for HDX digging shovel We have one of these rakes that we bought a few years ago. The head came off after not very long so. rather than throwing it out. I drilled a hole all the way through the shovel and handle, then put a bolt in. Now it’s a great shovel! Of course, it’s not as good as a razorback but still useful. Pros: *Inexpensive *Pretty good blade *Works well after I modified it Cons: *I had to put in a bolt since there wasn't one *So, the Ames company needs to do a better job on you off brand tools!!! Thanks for reading!!!!
Date published: 2017-03-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I bought this shovel because I needed something to mix compost that wasn't expensive and because ... I bought this shovel because I needed something to mix compost that wasn't expensive and because I need to dig deep to plant tulips. This shovel is great! It is cheap and it works great for mixing compost and digging. It looks good too. I don't like how heavy it is. It's not so heavy that a child couldn't lift it, but heavy in the sense that its tedious to be using for extended periods of time.
Date published: 2016-11-13
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Broken first use Poking around in the flower bed, got under a small rock and snapped handle. Rock weight about 2 pounds under 1/2 in of loose dirt. Snapped right where head meets handle.
Date published: 2017-04-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice light shovel When you buy a digging shovel, you buy two of them. You buy a lightweight shovel to handle light digging and to shovel lots of material. You also buy a heavy duty one that's used for heavy duty digging and prying. The heavy duty shovel is used to dig up rocks, concrete, asphalt, roots, stumps, etc. This is not that heavy duty shovel. For that you buy the one that is the most expensive and with a heavier steel blade and steel extension going up higher on the handle right where the maximum force is. These shovels are way to heavy for constant shovel work. This shovel is the light one. I'm a landscape construction contractor. We keep three of these in our truck, and then have one heavier one for the prying work. These shovels don't last forever, but the lightweight of them keeps us working with less physical discomfort.
Date published: 2015-11-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from The shovel handle broke the very first time I used... The shovel handle broke the very first time I used it. Thought it would be stronger than that!
Date published: 2017-04-18
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