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27.5 in. D-Handle Poly Grain Scoop Shovel

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  • Great for moving grain, stone, soil and even snow
  • Durable hardwood handle with poly D-grip
  • Use year round for lawn & garden and farm & agriculture
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Product Details
  • Great for moving grain, stone, soil and even snow
  • Durable hardwood handle with poly D-grip
  • Use year round for lawn & garden and farm & agriculture
About This Product

The Ames poly grain scoop shovel is a versatile, general purpose, year-round tool. It is well suited for a variety of lawn and garden uses as well as farm and agricultural ones. It is primarily used to lift and transfer a variety of materials, including grain, stone, soil and even snow.

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  • Large poly D-grip for leverage and control
  • Large, deep poly scoop blade perfect for big jobs
  • 27.5 in. North American hardwood handle for strength and durability
  • Also serves as excellent snow removal tool
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Product ID #: 204476158Internet #: 049206633810Model #: 2682700

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Specifications

Dimensions: H 46.5 in, W 14.5 in, D 9.5 in

Dimensions

Blade Length (in.)19 inBlade Width (in.)14.5
Handle Length (in.)27.5Product Depth (in.)9.5 in
Product Height (in.)46.5 inProduct Width (in.)14.5 in

Details

Blade MaterialPlasticFeaturesCoated Blades
Handle MaterialWoodProduct Weight (lb.)3.96 lb
Returnable90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty15 year
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Questions & Answers

8Questions
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Q:blade is broken on mine but HD website says 15 year manufacturer warranty. How do you make a claim against this?
by|Feb 4, 2022
3 Answers
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A:  Ames USED TO BE great with warranty. Art Rowell sent me new shovel ASAP, he retired It's not worth $#!t now. 15 years my butt!!! First one broke (common) and Ames would not honor warranty on 2nd one (Jessica M? woke joke? ). Stay away.

by|Dec 10, 2023

    A:  We would like to apologize for your experience. Please contact our call center at 1-800-874-0008 or email us at help@ames.com to report any current issues with your product so they can be resolved.

    by|Dec 26, 2022
      1 found this answer helpful

      A:  https://www.ames.com/resources/warranty/ If you have a claim under this warranty, please email the following information to help@ames.com; Product brand, part number, explanation of broken or missing parts, receipt showing place of purchase and date of purchase, images of the damaged Product, image of the Product label with warranty visible (if applicable), your home address and phone number. The documents will be reviewed, and a response will be emailed back after review. Please allow 2 – 4 weeks for a response.

      by|Feb 6, 2022
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        Q:Do you sell just the blade (non-handle)? I have a number of broken blades and would like to avoid buying more than I need. I can recycle the handles. I would buy 4 replacement plastic blades.
        by|Dec 6, 2019
        2 Answers
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        A:  As a customer, I can't answer this question directly. My impression is that they probably do not. Try calling your local Home Depot.

        by|May 4, 2021

          A:  The manufacturer's website does not indicate replacement parts for the scoop.

          by|Dec 26, 2019
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          Q:why are there so many questions on use of a shovel? wow.
          by|Feb 26, 2019
          4 Answers
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          A:  It's plastic

          by|Dec 26, 2022
            2 found this answer helpful

            A:  I don't know, 3 questions regarding "is this shovel good for ____" doesn't seem like that many questions. Maybe people are buying on-line and don't have the opportunity to try the shovel in person, so they don't have a good sense of how heavy it is, or how large. But I'm glad you asked, because I happen to have one of these shovels that broke, and in reading through the other questions, I saw that the Ames representative posted "Warranties are covered in store at your local Home Depot.". I was thinking I would need to mail my shovel somewhere to make a warranty claim, which would probably cost more than buying a new shovel! So, thanks!

            by|Dec 26, 2022
              2 found this answer helpful

              A:  LOL - I was thinking the same thing. It ain’t rocket science people!!!

              by|Sep 17, 2019

                A:  Don't know, but this is the best snow shovel that I have ever used.

                by|Aug 15, 2023
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                Q:Is this good for wood chip
                by|Jun 15, 2018
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                A:  Yes. It obviously works better if their dry but is good all around. U use it to shovel mulch off my trailer.

                by|May 5, 2023

                A:  I use it for chocolate chips.

                by|Aug 18, 2022
                  5 found this answer helpful

                  A:  Yes, these are primarily used for wood chips, grain, salt, caustics such as lime & fertilizer

                  by|Dec 26, 2022
                  2 found this answer helpful

                  A:  No, get the aluminum shovel for wood chips.

                  by|Oct 16, 2018

                    A:  Yes. Any lightweight loose material.

                    by|May 5, 2023

                      A:  Yes

                      by|Dec 18, 2018
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                        Customer Reviews

                        4.5 out of 5
                        • 4.5 out of 539 reviews
                        • 82% recommend this product
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                        Cracked very quickly
                        I bought this to replace a 20 year old shovel of another brand that what's still intact. It didn't make it one year.
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                          Plastic Cracks
                          I bought this shovel to clear snow off of some wooden painted steps. I have a metal scoop shovel that I use for most of my snow clean-up, as it is more heavy duty, but I had planned to use this plastic scoop shovel on the steps so that it wouldn't scrape the paint off or cut into the wood. I used it for the first time after a small snow storm and the plastic cracked. It most certainly will not last much longer. I regret purchasing this showel and would not recommend it to anyone.
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                          Response from The AMES CompaniesJan 27, 2023
                          We would like to apologize for your experience. Please email us at help@ames.com to report any current issues with your product so they can be resolved.
                            1 found this review helpful
                            Cheap breaks easy
                            I bought this shovel like 6 months ago and just cracked in the middle of the shovel trying to contact warranty support since I can't send pictures I hope they answer and send me a replacement soon!
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                              Garbage
                              Handle cracked within the first month. This is the 2nd shovel to do the same thing.
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                                2 found this review helpful
                                Nice light shovel, however weak handle joint
                                I like the design and the light weight of the shovel, however, I expect the plastic becomes brittle when cold. The scoop appears strong enough, but the handle joint is not. (see image) I thought I would try to repair the shovel, but I was not successful removing the handle from the scoop. It's possible that the joint is glued together. Plan to replace with an aluminum shovel.
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                                  I was hesitant about buying a shovel like this due...
                                  I was hesitant about buying a shovel like this due to the scooping end being made out of plastic. My intent was to use this to clear ice at the end of my driveway. This shovel is strangely light enough to maneuver easily but also has enough weight and structure to hold up to aggressive ice shoveling. I did not think this would be a good product from my first impression but it really gets the job done.
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                                  Ames D handle Poly Scoop shovel is complete garbage
                                  Do not buy this shovel, the plastic scoop cracks were it attaches to the handle just sitting in the garage. I bought a second shovel thinking the first one was defective and the second shovel cracked the same way within 6 months
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                                    3 found this review helpful
                                    I'm shoveling leaves off of concrete driveway. The weight is light, handles well, eventually the...
                                    I'm shoveling leaves off of concrete driveway. The weight is light, handles well, eventually the plastic tip will wear down is the only negative I see. It could be wider for my usage. I've had it about 2 weeks. I'm using this because I don't want to get a sinus infection by mulching them with lawnmower.
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                                    Bark spreaders needed shovel to transport 20 cu yds of natural wood chips. Used shovels to load b...
                                    Bark spreaders needed shovel to transport 20 cu yds of natural wood chips. Used shovels to load barrels and spread chips. Light weight.
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                                    • Recommended
                                    Had this shovel for a year and it cracked after one winter. I wouldn't recommend if you are going...
                                    Had this shovel for a year and it cracked after one winter. I wouldn't recommend if you are going to be using this shovel for snow, it can't handle the extreme cold.
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