|Item Weight||9.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||0.4 x 11.3 x 23.3 inches|
|Item model number||19520|
|Manufacturer Part Number||19520|
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Hopkins 19520 Subzero 22" Super Deluxe Snowbrush
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The picture pretty much is it. The construction is pretty sturdy. The entire length is about 1'10" and brush is just under 7". The width of the ice scraper is about 4". The handle is solid thick plastic with a hole at the top for easy hanging, though mine is going in the back of the car.
I did manage to crack the ice scraper at the very tip when testing out the "flexibility" of the scaper, but I do not think this should inhibit its functioning.
People who are very short/have short arms are probably not going to be able to clean off the top of the car or the middle of an SUV windshield very easily with this though.
You'd be much better off just buying a separate large brush and something like the Hopkins 13014 Ice Chisel 10" Scraper instead.
* Lightweight, no-frills handle
* Bristles along the handle make for slim, easy-to-stow design
* Stiff bristles are pretty durable & don't tend to clump up with ice
* Can brush a couple inches of snow off a car with little effort
* Long handle can give good leverage for scraping
* Having the scraper at the end, beyond the bristles, makes it hard to brush along certain areas sometimes (like between the hood and windshield on older cars)
* Length is only suitable for short vehicles you can reach over already if you're trying to sweep the roof
* The scraper is fluted plastic that can shatter if dropped on hard surfaces when cold and is just of generally poor design.
For me personally it does okay but always in tandem with other tools. I like the no-frills design as opposed to some of those heavier telescoping designs that just end up being cumbersome and tiring to use. If we get more than a few inches of snow I usually end up using a house broom to get most of the snow off my car anyway so this works fine for brushing the snow off my car after work or a run to the grocery store. However, I have always hated the design of the scraper on Hopkins-brand scraper tools. They rarely scrape evenly, usually in thin, parallel lines that you have to scrape over and over unless you've warmed up your car considerably, which in Alaska below 0°F is an immense waste of fuel. So I generally use this tool to brush off snow and then use a CJ Industries F101 Fantastic Ice Scraper with Brass Blade to scrape the ice off my windows no matter the temperature of my car.
For think ice on the windshield, don't even think about using this tool.
You pay with what you get. Now I am looking for more heavy duty ice scraper.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Purchased the exact item in a gas station convenience store for $5.99 but didn't realize that until it was received. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Amazon Customer
Used this to clear my windshield of Ice in zero degree temps, when attempting to free the wipers from being encased in ice the scraper plastic just broke. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Wayne Gerry
I've only used it once, but it works as it says. Seems sturdy -- like it won't break. Unbeatable for the price.Published 12 days ago by Terra Hall
For the price, you're not going to do much better. Only had to use it a few times so far, but it seems sturdy enough to last a while.Published 14 days ago by Amazon Customer