Internet #203814971

Model #36PBSW1

20 in. Ergonomic Steel Handle Poly Combo Blade Snow Shovel

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Price:
$5773

Product Overview

The Original Back-Saver snow shovel is the first ergonomic snow shovel marketed internationally. The design reduces the stress put on your back as you shovel. The material used are second to none assuring this tool will be used for a very long time.
  • Thicker gauge steel ergonomic handle
  • Deep dish, 20 in. polypropylene blade
  • Combo blade to push or shovel
  • High density poly D-grip
  • Steel, aluminum and polypropylene

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Specifications

Dimensions

Blade Length (in.)
13.5 in
Blade Width (in.)
20.0
Handle Length (in.)
42.5
Product Depth (in.)
8.25
Product Height (in.)
54
Product Width (in.)
19.75

Details

Blade Material
Plastic
Handle Material
Steel
Product Weight (lb.)
4.6
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
10 Years

Questions & Answers

4Questions5Answers

How do you align the screws with the pre-drilled holes in the handle? Even with using an ice pic...

Asked by LynLou March 6, 2019
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It is a tight fit, but they do line up. You just have to push and twist while trying to finish up with the holes aligned. The ice pic may help but you cannot pry with the pic to line them up. A little wd40 on the shaft may help some.

Thanks for the answer. However, I am a regular guy. Not much of a handyman. This product ought to be looked at again. It is not very user-friendly.

Asked by Arun January 18, 2019
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The 2 screws that came with the handle and snow shovel, eere too big for the holes in the handles.

Asked by Arun January 17, 2019
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The screws are not to big, they are self tapper screws. If you use a drill/driver or a reg phillips driver you just have to press hard to start them then they go in easier.

does it have a metal edge? I need plastic

Asked by JJ November 12, 2017
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Yes, has a metal edge along the bottom.

Customer Reviews

  • 4.3
    out of 35 reviews
  • 72% recommend this product
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For light fluffy powder
I know this winter is a little heavier than normal. But save your money and get a steel or aluminum shovel. This lasted me a month and a half.
by Tony
the best part about the original was the material, all Aluminum
These are cheaply made. Had mine for well over 40 years. The blade is worn away but the body is still good. Don't think theses newer once would last that long .
by Grumpy
2nd snow fall we h e used it and cracked! Crap need to see if I can return it not worth the money
2nd snow fall we h e used it and cracked! Crap need to see if I can return it not worth the money
by HomeDepotCustomer
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Two screws, then get to work!...
Two screws, then get to work!
by HomeDepotCustomer
It's well designed and well built. Too bad I didn't come up with the idea!
It's well designed and well built. Too bad I didn't come up with the idea!
by Renzo
Good product
Good product
by Ib
Handle cushion ripped about one inch long and felt the...
Handle cushion ripped about one inch long and felt the handle not sturdy as 18 inches one from other brand.
by NH05
works very welland its purple!!...
works very welland its purple!!
by abe
There has been no measureable snow since I made the...
There has been no measureable snow since I made the purchase .The rating then is irrelevant but I knew this wouldn't go through without a rating.
by LindaLou
Seems to be good for its intended purpose.
Seems to be good for its intended purpose.
by Ben
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