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Fiskars 46 Inch Steel D-handle Square Garden Spade (9667)

by Fiskars

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  • All-steel construction for heavy-duty durability
  • Oversized step provides a secure and comfortable platform for your foot, allowing you to use your stronger leg muscles
  • Pre-sharpened blade cuts through the ground easier
  • Teardrop-shaped handle is easier to grip and reduces hand fatigue
  • Oversized D-shaped handle fits both hands for added comfort and control
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Fiskars 46 Inch Steel D-handle Square Garden Spade (9667) + Fiskars Long Handle Digging Shovel (9668) + Fiskars 46 Inch Steel D-handle Transplanting Spade (9654)
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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000BX4SLS
  • Item model number: 96676933J
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (57 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,852 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Fiskars D-handle garden spade, with its flat, narrower blade, is precisely the tool you need to lay down a clean border, cut an arrow-straight trench, or edge a flowerbed in record time. The oversized D-handle provides ample space for both hands and a variety of hand positions, while the oversized step serves as a solid platform for you exert lots of powerful foot pressure. And unlike round shafts, this teardrop shaft conforms to the shape of the hand, making it much easier to maintain a strong, comfortable grip. And if all that isn¿t enough, Fiskars throws in a lifetime warranty of flawless performance.

Product Description

Impress the relatives by referring to it as your Ladies Spade. Ideal for digging over a vegetable border, creating a trench or slicing through turf. Not very lady like when it comes to prying out rocks and smashing large clods because it handles those chores with reckless abandon. The oversized D-Handle provides ample space for both hands and a variety of hand positions. Bigger step for more digging power and a teardrop shaped shaft for more hand comfort. Shovel blade is welded to the shaft for additional strength. Powder-coated steel prevents rust and is easy to clean. Lifetime warranty.


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Easy to use, very sturdy.
Anon
The loop ("D") is large enough to insert both hands for more leverage.
Accurate Observer
Birthday gift for my daugher, she loved it!!
Diane Brees

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

31 of 32 people found the following review helpful By ryan hennessy on January 28, 2011
This tool works great and is sturdy, however the handle is held on by a single small screw that comes loose constantly. I have replaced the screw with a larger one and that has helped greatly. The big handle is a great idea however the plastic is the weak link here. Mine broke in half at the molding mark on top.

I went on line and contacted Fiskars and was rewarded with a free new handle. I feel the metal portion of the shovel is very stout, but I worry I will be contacting Fiskars again for a new handle. We will see. I will enjoy the tool while it works like a champ for now. I don't baby my tools, but feel it has this weak link. It could be great.
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Justin Van Winkle on March 24, 2009
I got this shovel at Lowes because it was the best spade they had in stock. I've been using it for almost a year, and it is nearly indestructible. The last week or so I've been double digging new garden beds in my sand-clay backyard (as hard as concrete after a week of no rain), and it has been a comparative breeze. I've resharpened the shovel once to get through the large pine roots and stumps, and the plastic handle needs re-tightening about every 3 hours of digging (it is held on by a single screw, I'll probably give it a drop of super glue to lock the threads as it is wiggling loose). I am able to push this shovel all the way into the ground, and then jump up and down on the handle with all of my weight without it showing any signs of stress whatsoever (the handle of the fork I was using snapped in 2 with much much less force).

I highly recommend this for gardening. My only reservation is that for another $20-$30 you could move up to something made of stainless steel.
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14 of 17 people found the following review helpful By J. rosengren on November 24, 2008
I had this item a little under a year, stored it in the garage. It has gotten a lot of use and I really liked it until it the spade portion broke right in half while spading up some grass. I went back to where I bought it and they said they could do nothing and deal directly with the manufacturing. They said they received my request for help but have not contacted me and now it is over a week later.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Sean P. Owens on November 27, 2013
I originally purchased this shovel about 6 years ago from Lowe's like many other reviewers. I used this shovel for work at the time, which was installing Invisible fences for canine containment. I used this shovel 5 days a week for 3 years, and it served me well. It blew all other shovels out of the water when it came to digging fine trench work for burying wire. When most shovels would "taco" in half when trying to dig in some of the semi-frozen clay soils around here in winter, this shovel never folded up. I still keep the shovel on my landscape trailer.

The oversize steps on either side of the shovel have a little traction, but I added some grip tape to the steps a couple times a year as it would wear off. The half star deduction is for the handle being attached by only a single screw. That became loose soon after putting it to full time use, so I drove two more small sheet metal screws above and below the stock screw, and they have held very tight for years.

Thankfully Amazon carries this shovel, because all of my local Lowe's have stopped selling this particular product, and I need two for Christmas gifts for buddies of mine that always wanted one, but would never spend the extra money themselves. Those guys would rather buy two or three cheap shovels a year, but in my opinion this tool is the perfect combination of trenching shovel, sharpshooter shovel, transfer and digging shovels. I currently own 7 different shovels (self employed landscaper) and if I could only carry one with me, this would be the one.

I suggest adding two sheet metal screws to the back of the handle as soon as you purchase this shovel, as this will mitigate any chances of the handle coming off. I personally found the grip tape to be a great benefit, but I worked in ALL weather conditions back then. Thanks for reading and if you have any questions about the product, feel free to ask and I will answer best I can.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By B. Appel on January 28, 2014
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Do yourself a favor and get an angle grinder to sharpen the edge of this shovel with. There nothing more satisfying that going right through a tough root with a couple chops of your shovel. And this shovel is tough enough to take it. Really a great product.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Dropbury on February 29, 2012
I have to start by saying I seldom write reviews for anything, but as a drop bury contractor for a large US Telephone Company who has been going through several cheap spades a month.....this thing has actually made me quite a bit of money!!

As I saw posted previously, these are in fact the spades that used to be 'BIG STEP' which were sold in LOWES stores. Used them forever and then suddenly I could not find them anywhere. Great spade, the d handle is junk but all you have to do is weld a metal t handle on it and you won't be buying another anytime soon..and I absolutely ABUSE spades.

Anyone who relies on digging tools for their living should own this spade. Compared to everything else that is out there, and trust me I've probably used them all....this thing is the best. And if you are a homeowner, I would imagine this is a tool that would be around for a LONG time.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Accurate Observer on January 22, 2011
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This is the perfect tool for the gardener who wants to remove St. Augustine sod in Florida, in nice square or rectangular chunks, to make room for planting vegetables. It is very rugged. The top of the blade is bent back perfectly for applying foot pressure. The loop ("D") is large enough to insert both hands for more leverage. This spade is worth every penny I paid! I was so inspired that I bought one for a friend for Christmas.
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