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Garant APP30KDU Alpine 30-Inch Poly Blade Snow Pusher Stained Ash Handle, Yellow

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  • Ergonomic lightweight
  • Ash handle, strong and moisture resistant
  • Artic blast grip
  • Quality winter tools
  • Designed for intense and continuous use
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Product Description

The Garant APP30KD alpine snow pusher works in all types of snow. This snow shovel has a 30-inch ribbed poly scoop with a stained ash handle. Ergonomic and lightweight, the Garant snow pusher makes the work easier so you last longer. It was designed for intense, continuous use and comes with an arctic blast grip. This model also features a steel wear strip for extended blade life and improved knock-down system. The strong handle is moisture resistant.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 57 x 30 x 3.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 4.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00440CUUA
  • Item model number: APP30KDU
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (127 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #29,306 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
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Customer Reviews

This is a pretty good shovel for pushing snow.
Bill Peterson
The good: - The 30 inch width is great for quickly clearing an inch or two of light snow.
Drew
It is very well made and really handles the job.
C. Prudhomme

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

30 of 33 people found the following review helpful By BamBam on February 11, 2011
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I can't see using this for anything more than a couple inches of fluffy powder,at best.As I inspected the shovel closer,I noticed the connection of the poly blade to the handle,is a bit loose.And,there is no steel wear strip on the blade,as was advertised in the description.I finally got a chance to use this pusher today(Feb 22,2011).We got a nice little storm here,about six-seven inches of wet/slushy snow.The pusher performed well,got the job done fairly quick.No doubt,today's snow was a bit much for the pusher to handle.The snow piled up on the blade rather quickly,making it quite heavy.I had to stop every few feet,to toss the snow off the blade.A powdery/fluffy two-four inch snow,is probably best for this pusher,given its lightweight construction.That said,I'm pleased with the results.And,I have a clean driveway,now! Would be better with the "steel wear strip",it was SUPPOSED to have!

As for the "loose blade" problem...I contacted the people at "Garant".After about a week,I finally got a response as to how to rectify the loose blade.If your blade is a bit loose at the handle,here's what you should do.I did this today (Feb 17,2011) and it worked perfectly....... Stand the shovel up,blade facing toward the ceiling,Dgrip handle facing down toward the floor.Lift the shovel straight up,about two inches or so.Grasp the blade firmly,with each hand on either side of the blade.Once you have a firm grip of the blade,in a quick motion,push the handle straight down,with the Dgrip handle hitting the floor.Don't be afraid to add a little force,while pushing down on the handle.If you do this properly,you will hear a "SNAP" type noise.No more loose handle! Your pusher is now ready to push snow.I hope this helps!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Drew on January 6, 2014
I got this just in time for the big Midwest snow storm of 1/2014 and used it several times over the course of two days. It replaced my old snow pusher that was pretty worn down.

The good:
- The 30 inch width is great for quickly clearing an inch or two of light snow. I'm not sure I would want to go any wider than 30", though.
- The blade shape and design is very good. Keeps the snow contained and the angle is good for scooping the snow onto the grass.

The bad:
- The wood handle/shaft may be robust, but it is heavy. My old snow pusher had a plastic handle which made the shovel much lighter, with no compromise to strength. This is the reason for 4 instead 5 stars.
- The joint between the blade and handle has some play in it. My shovel came in two pieces from Amazon, and this is point where you join those two pieces together. I installed the handle into the blade as tight as I could, but still some free-play.

One last comment. I don't understand why the big box stores only sell snow pushers with metal strips on the end of the blade. That design is terrible. Not only does it make the shovel loud, but the shovel gets caught on every imperfection in the concrete. An all plastic blade (and handle if possible) is the only way to go.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Dan the Man on January 9, 2013
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This shovel is big! I bought it to substitute for a 24" pushbroom I'd used on snowfalls of less than 2" and it does a great job. Unlike the write-up states, this shovel does NOT have ametal edge strip, so it's ideal for wood and composite decs where it won't scrap or damamge and doesn't catch on every imperfection. The handle is about 8" longer than most snow shovels and this is much appreciate to get a good low angle when using it to 'push' snow vs shovelling. I'm glad I bought it!
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By jusdane on December 18, 2010
If you want to move snow fast, this is the shovel. I've had one of these for over ten years, and all of my neighbors have snow shovel envy. For obvious reasons (being 30" wide) this shovel isn't made for deep wet heavy snow, but anything else this is absolutely the best snow shovel on the planet. I can clear my driveway and sidewalks in about ten minutes.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By John Lovehammer on January 16, 2012
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I have been looking for a larger shovel like this and no one around carries them. It came just in time for the first snow fall.
I'm 6ft and this is just perfect for pushing snow. Notice I said PUSHING SNOW. I always push the snow to the edge and then lift it with a smaller shovel as not to strain. It takes no time at all to clear the driveway. If there is a lot of snow I would breakout the snow blower.
This is one of my best purchases. So whatever negative reviews you read be sure to read between the lines. Only time will tell if it will hold up but from what I see it is built very good.
UPDATE: 1/11/14 - Still a great purchase. Tested many times.Love it.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By cest33 on November 18, 2014
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Not so good on CONCRETE driveways. It leaves a slight film of snow because it does not have a steel blade on the edge. When I unpacked it I read the sticker that said it was "Perfect for WOOD and INTERLOCK surfaces". If they said this on the online description I would not have bought it. I need it for a concrete driveway not a wood patio where a metal blade would scratch the surface. I'm still using my older steel reinforced snow pusher with a blade on the edge. My past poly blades get worn and chipped with concrete & asphalt surfaces. Otherwise it looks well made and comfortable to use. Garant sells other models with a steel blade on the edge, look for that one if you want a steel edge.
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