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27.5 in. D-Handle Poly Grain Scoop Shovel

  • 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 Overview

AMES has been manufacturing tools since 1774

Manufacturing Since the 1700s

Founded in 1774, the Ames brand has created a familiar household name by proudly making tools that helped build America.

View the AMES shovel collection

Choose the Right Tool for the Job

Passionate gardeners and DIYers will find the right digging tools from garden shovels, transfer shovels, spades and trenching tools.

Shovels made for everyday tasks

Essential Shovels for Everyday Maintenance

From general lawn and garden work to more elaborate landscape ventures.

Power Collars add strength and durability

Power Collar

Green cuff reinforces head to handle connection for everyday use.

Handles and grips offer comfort and control

Handles and Grips

North American hardwood and fiberglass handles provide enhanced strength. Cushion grips and ergonomic poly D-handles give comfort and leverage.

Comfort Step for secure foot placement

Comfort Step

Large step is perforated to reduce material buildup and provide secure foot placement.

Durable shovel blades

Shovel Blades

Tempered steel, ABS poly-resin and aluminum alloy for strength and durability.

15-year warranty

Warranty Protected

Ames proudly stands by its commitment to producing long-lasting tools.

Garden shovels for digging

Garden Shovel

Round point, heavy use tool for frequent garden and landscape maintenance.

Scoop shovels transfer materials

Scoop Shovel

Transport of granulated materials and snow removal.

Square point shovels scoop and transfer materials

Square Point Shovel

For scooping and transferring materials such as dirt, mulch or gravel.

Spading forks are good for soil preparation

Spading Fork

For digging, turning and aerating soil.

Spade shovels for edging and trenching

Spade Shovels

Garden and drain spades for creating defined landscape borders and digging narrow trenches.

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.
  • Shop all AMES Shovels here!
  • 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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AMES has been manufacturing tools since 1774

Manufacturing Since the 1700s

Founded in 1774, the Ames brand has created a familiar household name by proudly making tools that helped build America.

View the AMES shovel collection

Choose the Right Tool for the Job

Passionate gardeners and DIYers will find the right digging tools from garden shovels, transfer shovels, spades and trenching tools.

Shovels made for everyday tasks

Essential Shovels for Everyday Maintenance

From general lawn and garden work to more elaborate landscape ventures.

Power Collars add strength and durability

Power Collar

Green cuff reinforces head to handle connection for everyday use.

Handles and grips offer comfort and control

Handles and Grips

North American hardwood and fiberglass handles provide enhanced strength. Cushion grips and ergonomic poly D-handles give comfort and leverage.

Comfort Step for secure foot placement

Comfort Step

Large step is perforated to reduce material buildup and provide secure foot placement.

Durable shovel blades

Shovel Blades

Tempered steel, ABS poly-resin and aluminum alloy for strength and durability.

15-year warranty

Warranty Protected

Ames proudly stands by its commitment to producing long-lasting tools.

Garden shovels for digging

Garden Shovel

Round point, heavy use tool for frequent garden and landscape maintenance.

Scoop shovels transfer materials

Scoop Shovel

Transport of granulated materials and snow removal.

Square point shovels scoop and transfer materials

Square Point Shovel

For scooping and transferring materials such as dirt, mulch or gravel.

Spading forks are good for soil preparation

Spading Fork

For digging, turning and aerating soil.

Spade shovels for edging and trenching

Spade Shovels

Garden and drain spades for creating defined landscape borders and digging narrow trenches.

Specifications

Dimensions

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

Details

Blade Material
Plastic
Features
Coated Blades
Handle Material
Wood
Product Weight (lb.)
3.96
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
15 year

Questions & Answers

7Questions23Answers

Do you sell just the blade (non-handle)? I have a number of broken blades and would like to avoi...

Asked by Bob December 6, 2019
2
Answers

As a customer, I can't answer this question directly. My impression is that they probably do not. Try calling your local Home Depot.

why are there so many questions on use of a shovel? wow.

Asked by Shamalama February 26, 2019
4
Answers

It's plastic

Is this good for wood chip

Asked by Barbara June 15, 2018
6
Answers

I use it for chocolate chips.

this shovel is good for dry ice???

Asked by willy February 22, 2018
3
Answers

Not

Why can I not find this shovel with a full size handle

Asked by bigsnow February 26, 2017
1
Answer

On Home Depot's Website, there are several long handled scoop shovel options. I found them by putting "scoop shovel long handle" in the search bar. These may or may not be available at your local store but it looks like they can be ordered through the website. Hope this helps & good luck!

Is this shovel good for pick up leaves?

Asked by scififan March 5, 2016
5
Answers

Perfect

Where do o take my poly scoop shovel that broke. It has a 25 year warranty.

Asked by Tmumbo February 22, 2016
2
Answers

Sorry I don't know that answer, but my shovel, 9 months old, and used once, is now cracked as well. Seeing your note, I may return to Home Depot to read the warrantee info at the store., though I suspect it will read "mail it back" to the wholesaler or manufacturer. Something that would require more money invested in a poor product.

Customer Reviews

  • 4.5
    out of 450 reviews
  • 84% recommend this product
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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.
by Mark
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.
by AlexT
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
by Snowman
2 people found this 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.
by Mickey
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.
by Guy
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.
by shafenator
2 people found this helpful
Poly shovel cracked and split after 2nd use.
Poly shovel cracked and split after 2nd use.
by John
8 people found this helpful
Where the scoop meets the handle, a crack developed in the plastic. I fixed it with a hose clamp...
Where the scoop meets the handle, a crack developed in the plastic. I fixed it with a hose clamp. But then during our second snow storm, the scoop blade cracked right up the center. I have a similar scoop made in China that has lasted 10 years. Do not buy this one or if you do, take it back to Home Depot at the first sign of cracking.
by Buck
8 people found this helpful
I have a large Magnolia tree in the yard and...
I have a large Magnolia tree in the yard and as you know it drops leaves all day long. The D-Handle Poly Grain Scoop Shovel is a great tool for the job.
by HomeDepotCustomer
I always wanted one of these shovels for bulk much...
I always wanted one of these shovels for bulk much / soil deliveries. It makes big pile disappear fast :-)
by Davis
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