Model # 1640700

Internet #203907927

True Temper 18 in. Steel Snow Shovel
0049206164079

True Temper

18 in. Steel Snow Shovel

  • Steel blade is great for frozen or hardened snow
  • Strong hardwood handle
  • Durable poly D-grip
$2560 /each
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Product Overview

  • Steel blade is great for frozen or hardened snow
  • Strong hardwood handle
  • Durable poly D-grip
This classic True Temper steel snow shovel is built to last. It's ideal for clearing snow that has hardened or contains a layer of ice. The steel blade is highly durable to stand against the rough impact of icy conditions. The shovel also features a traditional wooden handle with a D-grip to provide extra comfort and control.
  • 18 in. strong steel blade
  • Strong poly D-grip
  • Hardwood handle for strength and durability
  • Ships unassembled

Product Overview

  • Steel blade is great for frozen or hardened snow
  • Strong hardwood handle
  • Durable poly D-grip
Model #: 1640700
Internet #: 203907927

This classic True Temper steel snow shovel is built to last. It's ideal for clearing snow that has hardened or contains a layer of ice. The steel blade is highly durable to stand against the rough impact of icy conditions. The shovel also features a traditional wooden handle with a D-grip to provide extra comfort and control.

  • 18 in. strong steel blade
  • Strong poly D-grip
  • Hardwood handle for strength and durability
  • Ships unassembled

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Name 18 in. Mountain Mover Snow Shovel 18 in. Steel Snow Shovel 24 in. Aluminum Snow Pusher Bigfoot Series 25 in. Poly Pusher Snow Shovel with Wooden Handle
Brand True Temper True Temper True Temper Emsco
Ratings (75) (42) (41) (66)
Blade Material Plastic Steel Aluminum Plastic
Coated Blades Yes Yes Yes Yes
Blade Length (in.) 13.5 in 15 in 9.78 in 12.5 in
Handle Material Steel Wood Wood Wood
Garden Center Tool Type Snow Shovel Snow Shovel Snow Shovel Snow Shovel
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Specifications

Dimensions

Blade Length (in.)
15 in
Blade width (in.)
18
Handle Length (in.)
37
Product Depth (in.)
3.75
Product Height (in.)
49.5
Product Width (in.)
18

Details

Blade Material
Steel
Coated Blades
Yes
Garden Center Tool Type
Snow Shovel
Handle Material
Wood
Product Weight (lb.)
5.4lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
None

Specifications

Dimensions

Blade Length (in.)
15 in
Blade width (in.)
18
Handle Length (in.)
37
Product Depth (in.)
3.75
Product Height (in.)
49.5
Product Width (in.)
18

Details

Blade Material
Steel
Coated Blades
Yes
Garden Center Tool Type
Snow Shovel
Handle Material
Wood
Product Weight (lb.)
5.4lb
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
None

Questions & Answers

So, if the steel blade is not stainless, dies that mean it's likely to rust after a time?

Asked by: Brtan
Probably, but I don't think this will be a big problem.
Answered by: Somewhatdisappointed
Date published: 2017-02-03

blade steel?

is the blade made from stainless steel ?
Asked by: max
yes it is, and a very thick steel.
Answered by: LadyDee
Date published: 2017-04-07
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Customer Reviews

18 in. Steel Snow Shovel is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 42.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid construction built to last year after year -- doesn't wear down or break like plastic shove... Solid construction built to last year after year -- doesn't wear down or break like plastic shovels. It's a little heavier than plastic, and may not scrape as clean on the pavement, but its durability makes is hassle-free.
Date published: 2017-05-31
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Surprised The shovel is great. Glad I had a drill and bits. The shovel came with the handle and shovel blade. No screws to assemble it with. Thanks!! I didn't have the right short screws I needed to assemble it with so I got my drill and drilled holes through the shovel sleeve and bolted it together. I'll pay the extra money next time and buy it locally and assembled. If you're handy it's a good deal.
Date published: 2013-11-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Well made except for the plastic handle on the end. I have not had a opportunity to use the shovel but the steel blade and wooden shaft seem sturdy. However, I think the plastic handle is cheaply made and will probably crack when used in very cold weather The blade has 3 holes for fastening to the wooden shaft but only one screw is provided. The plastic handle is made for two screws yet only one screw was used to attach it to the shaft. The shovel comes in a box disassembled and the blade must be attached to the shaft. When I got it home and opened the box, I discovered that the box must have been dropped on the end and a corner of the blade was bent. I didn't return it but straightened it myself.
Date published: 2014-03-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Choose this over a plastic shovel This steel-bladed, wood-handled shovel will perform much better and last far longer than the plastic shovels that dominate the market. And considering that it's no more expensive than the cheaply made competition, it's clearly the best choice. However, I gave it 4/5 because out of the box is requires 2 modifications, in my opinion. 1) While there are 3 holes available for retention screws, they include only 1. At minimum, there should be 2 so the blade doesn't work itself loose from the handle. Easy enough to fix, but would be much better if they just did it right from the get go. 2) The wood finish is pretty thin, so I would be worried about weathering. I intend to apply a coat or two of sealant.
Date published: 2014-10-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by from I like the fact that this is a very sturdy metal shovel. I've had "hard plastic" and plastic "me... I like the fact that this is a very sturdy metal shovel. I've had "hard plastic" and plastic "metal" blade shovels that just didn't fill the bill. I don't think I'll have the problem of this falling apart after so many snow removals. However, I really dislike that this shovel came unassembled! Now I have to find the time to try to assemble it before I can actually use the darn thing! Another thing I didn't like about it was that it only came with one screw! Really???!!!! I ended up buying extra screws for it (it looks like it should take a total of 3 screws). So, now I have to drill holes in the pole for the shovel to actually attach to it! Not cool! For the cost (about $20), I surely did expect better!
Date published: 2016-12-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Used 2X so far. Works as it should. Heaver than the plastic ones, but doesn't crack, like they do... Used 2X so far. Works as it should. Heaver than the plastic ones, but doesn't crack, like they do. Snow (both light powder and slushy) is still sliding off. Once the paint gets scratched and worn a bit, it will probably start to stick to the shove some, but with a little WD40 or silicone spray, it should continue to release the snow, much better than the plastic ones. And when you need to bang it to remove the snow, it won't crack like the plastic ones. It doesn't have the sides or the back, like a grain scoop shovel, so it doesn't hold a lot of snow, unless it's compacted. When pushing snow, it tends to allow the snow to just flow over the back, but it wasn't designed as a push shovel. Works as designed and should last for decades.
Date published: 2017-01-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from After reading previous reviews, I found screws to "complete" the attachment process. I also drill... After reading previous reviews, I found screws to "complete" the attachment process. I also drilled through the handle screw-hole, and put in a small bolt w/ a "lock nut" to be sure everything had a better chance to stay where it was intended! As far as the efficiency of the snow shovel, the surface is soooo slick ( may be good so that slush does not stick to the blade!?) the snow tends to slide of the shovel before I can raise it up to throw to the side! This particular "blade" does not have any ridges on the sides, so snow will slip off the side VERY easily. The shovel has held up to some scraping, shoveling, and banging against icy snow areas so far. If the snow would not "slip" off so easily, I would rate it higher. Maybe this will improve as the shovel gets more wear? Time will tell.
Date published: 2017-02-03
Rated 2 out of 5 by from The product was not assembeled I ordered the shovel online because it wasn't available in the store and came to discovered I had to put it together myself. I feel for the amount of money I paid, Homedepot should have put it together for the customer.
Date published: 2014-04-09
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