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Model #1640700

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18 in. Steel Snow Shovel

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

Ditch the snow in no time with this True Temper steel snow shovel. The durable steel blade makes it ideal for clearing hardened snow or snow that contains a layer of ice. The shovel has a traditional wooden handle with a D-grip for extra comfort and control as you work.
  • 18 in. strong steel blade
  • Strong poly D-grip
  • Hardwood handle for strength and durability
  • Ships unassembled



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Blade Length (in.)15 in11 in8.5 in8.5 in
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Product Height (in.)49.55256.5 in56.5 in
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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
Features
Coated Blades
Handle Material
Wood
Product Weight (lb.)
5.4
Returnable
180-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
None

Questions & Answers

3Questions25Answers

Are screws included for assembly?

Asked by Lewando January 6, 2018
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No, The handle end was attached to the shaft, but the shovel end needed a screw that was not included

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

Asked by Brtan January 20, 2017
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The steel shovel is painted to resist rust. The steel shovel that I just retired after 20+ years still had the paint on it. You may get a little rust on the edge that scrapes the ground, but it will be minor. If it bothers you, nothing stops you from spraying the shovel with a little WD-40 after each use to displace any moisture and prevent rusting.

blade steel?

Asked by max January 25, 2016
5
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Yes

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Plastic handle breaks after a few years.
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Plastic handle breaks after a few years.
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Finally a steel snow shovel that actually has a steel...
Finally a steel snow shovel that actually has a steel blade.It would be a little heavy for some but it is what I was after.The only downside was that you have to assemble it and that would have been annoying if I didn’t have a power driver.
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Haven't had an opportunity to use it with snow yet but it looks like it will be a good snow shove...
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Haven't had an opportunity to use it with snow yet but it looks like it will be a good snow shovel. I've been using a wooden handled, aluminum blade shovel that is more than 35 years old that has worked better than any of the "wonderfully new, fancy designed" shovels I have bought over the years. My only complaint at this time is with assembly. You can't immediately assemble the shovel out of the box - well not if you want the blade and the plastic hand grip at the top of the handle to both be angled in a usable manner (such as shown in the picture of the shovel) - the blade ends up nearly 45 degrees off from the direction of the hand hold. There is only one screw included to attach the blade to the handle but there are 3 screw holes in the blade for attaching the handle. Unfortunately none of the holes the blade work with the predrilled hole in the handle. The hole in the wooden handle is not placed in the correct position. If you screw the blade onto the handle using the screw hole already drilled into the wood, then the plastic hand hold at the top of the handle is at a strange, unusable angle. Before I can use the shovel, I will have to drill a new hole in the wooden handle to attach the screw, plus I don't think I'm going to trust only one screw - there are 3 screw holes in the metal blade so will get at least one other screw to secure the blade to the handle with.
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I rated it excellent because, well...it LOOKS like it's gonna...
I rated it excellent because, well...it LOOKS like it's gonna shovel snow like a trooper.However, I haven't gotten to shovel any snow with it yet because it's only mid November and even i the mountains of Nevada there's no snow yet.Get back to me in a month
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Purchased 2. Returned them both.1)Plastic handle screwed on too tight...
Purchased 2. Returned them both.1)Plastic handle screwed on too tight so it cracked.2) Shovel blade attachment screw did not line up with handle. Poor quality control. Not likely I’ll ever order online from Home Depot again!
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