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42 in. Poly Scoop with D-Grip Handle

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  • Elegant design is ideal for a mid-century modern decor
  • 42 in. scoop is ideal for scooping mulch and grain
  • Includes a D-shaped handle that offers a comfortable grip
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The Bully Tools 42 in. Scoop features a body and D-grip handle made from high quality poly. Great for scooping mulch, grain, brush and other materials. The scoop measures 14 in. W by 17 in. L with a total tool length of 42.75 in. The Bully Tools 42 in. Scoop comes with a limited lifetime warranty that protects against defects in material and workmanship. Founded in 1994, Bully Tools has been proudly producing 100% American made products assembled by American workers. Bully Tools manufactures gardening and farm tools, shingle removers, floor scrapers, forestry and other specialty tools. With an unprecedented history of quality, Bully Tools is committed to applying the same reliability to our business practices. Bully Tools continues to grow and adapt to meet the ever changing needs of the economy and their consumers.
  • Great for scooping mulch, grain, brush and other materials
  • Scoop measures 14 in. W by 17 in. L with a total tool length of 42.75 in.
  • Made from high quality poly
  • Comes with a limited lifetime warranty

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Handle Length (in.)42.75344827
Handle MaterialPolypropyleneWoodWoodFiberglass
Blade MaterialPlasticBlue SteelAluminumAluminum
Blade Width (in.)1411.514.2515.25
FeaturesD-Grip HandleD-Grip HandleNo Additional FeaturesD-Grip Handle
Blade Length (in.)1714.5 in20.819 in
Product Width (in.)1411.5 in14.313.75 in
Product Weight (lb.)3.85.74 lb4.33.91 lb
Product Depth (in.)42.7540.5 in9.547 in
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Dimensions

Blade Length (in.)17Blade Width (in.)14
Handle Length (in.)42.75Product Depth (in.)42.75
Product Height (in.)8.5Product Width (in.)14

Details

Blade MaterialPlasticFeaturesD-Grip Handle
Handle MaterialPolypropyleneProduct Weight (lb.)3.8
Returnable90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer WarrantyLimited lifetime warranty

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Although the scoop comes with a limited lifetime warranty, I am pretty sure that mine will no lon...
Although the scoop comes with a limited lifetime warranty, I am pretty sure that mine will no longer qualify. Why? I needed a scoop that I could use in and around the water, including saltwater, that would not rust and that would allow water to drain away. Since I would be shoveling wet sand and muck, it needed it to “break suction” when raised from the bottom. I had read about sifting shovels and priced them ($$$) and thought that this Bully shovel would be an excellent and economical starting point to make my own, and the shovel did not disappoint. The shovel is made from a tough but easily machinable "poly" plastic. The scoop itself is about ¼-inch thick. And after drilling 408, 5/16” diameter holes in it, there was no discernible loss of strength. During a test in a wet, sandy creek bed it seemed to work great and the holes allow water to drain away and lighten the load. Even with the holes, it is still capable of shoveling mulch and other light-weight products. The shovel does flex more than my 50-year old coal scoop, but it is about one-third the weight of my similar wood-handled, metal scoop.The poly scoop is one-inch longer and two-inches wider than my old scoop. In case you want to make your own, I covered the scoop with blue painter’s tape, found the center-line of the scoop, drew an equilateral triangle on the scoop and then drew lines a half inch apart parallel to the triangle sides, crisscrossing the entire scoop. I stayed away from the edges, the handle connection and the blade areas so as not to reduce the strength in those areas. I drilled 3/16” pilot holes and followed up with a sharp 5/16” hi-speed drill bit which produced very clean holes. I allowed enough space between the holes to enlarge them to 3/8” diameter depending on how the scoop works. FYI: The 408 5/16" diameter holes equal the area of a 6.33" diameter circle--a rather large hole in the scoop! The real test will be at the beach this summer when we a piling up wet sand for sand sculptures. I plan to test it in snow next winter.
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This is a really nice, really solid shovel. It is particularly good at shoveling mulch. It is eas...
This is a really nice, really solid shovel. It is particularly good at shoveling mulch. It is easy to grip and scoops up very nicely, being that is is made of a plastic that is smooth. It also is great for snow, although it is not super wide, so I wouldn't shovel the driveway with it, but the walkway is perfect. Overall a nice shovel to have in the tool collection.
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Sturdy plastic shovel for transfer.
Very strong for a plastic shovel. I use it to transfer from my truck bed without damaging the liner. You can't load it up heaping with wet material and have it stable but that would be a very heavy load. probably more resilient than the typical aluminum transfer shovel of the same size. When moving wet, dirty mulch, I was able to fill it about full without heaping it. Bully tools are excellent!
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I'm in love with this thing. Perfect for scooping up...
I'm in love with this thing. Perfect for scooping up piles of leaves and turning my compost! I had considered getting a manure fork to turn the compost but this does the job so well that I'm not even going to bother
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Does the job for manufactured wood deck. No scratching...
Does the job for manufactured wood deck. No scratching
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Lighter weight shovel just what I need being an older...
Lighter weight shovel just what I need being an older woman. It still carries a large amount of debris. Feels well made and sturdy.
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Bully Tools poly grain shovel
lighter and more flexy than the Poly-Pro/Harris Farms style shovels of similar design. I use it on ground snow and on roofs for snow removal. edge is getting compromised from catching metal roof screws.
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    excellent scoop...
    excellent scoop
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