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Suncast SC3950 Double Grip Ergonomic Snow Shovel/Pusher Combo With Non-Stick Graphite 18-Inch Blade & Steel Wear Strip

by Suncast

Price: $19.99 + $17.74 shipping
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  • Double grip provides higher lifting point for less stress on blade
  • Ergonomic bent handle
  • No-stick graphite blade
  • Ribbed Steel Core handle
  • Galvanized steel wear strip
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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.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B0033AHHVE
  • Item model number: SC3950
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (61 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,261 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

Product Description

Double Grip Ergonomic Combo Snow Shovel / Pusher

From the Manufacturer

Double Grip Ergonomic Combo Snow Shovel / Pusher


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Would have saved so much time and back strain!
Trulyblessed
So it'd be nice if it wasn't so flimsy for the release, but overall, a solid shovel.
Thomas H. Cox
The latch that holds the second handle was difficult to get latched.
D. West

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

33 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Jon VINE VOICE on January 12, 2011
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so i had back surgery several years ago and after our 3 blizzards last year in the washington d.c. area i decided this year to get an ergo type shovel.

ive seen curved ones.
ive seen all sorts of other types, but i had NOT seen a double handle curve like this. im 6'2 and this is a good height for me.

pros:
- price
- design
- metal blade on the end
- comfort holding
- comfort while shoveling
- extended depth on shovel head allows more snow

cons:
- the 2nd support handle kinda creaks when u use it.. its sturdy plastic however the locking mechanism could be better? (i wonder how long it will last>?)
- the actual shovel head is far from wide..

great shovel.
nice on the back to use (id rather shovel than use a snow blower.. cost and i do at least get exercise with shoveling)

def worth it.. give it a try
(oh yea - it was a HUGE pain unpacking it from the fedex wrapping.. who ever at amazon packaged it wrapped bubble wrap and then 18 or so little fedex bags around the damn thing and used enough tape to run the length of the amazon river. it was ubsurd taking 20 minutes to get this thing out of there)
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By M. Perez on December 29, 2010
Bought this shovel right before a very wet 6 inch snowfall. Couldn't have had better timing as this shovel saved my back. I've had bent-handle snow shovels before but this one is much better because you get better leverage and your hand is in a more natural position. The steel wear strip (or whatever it's called) is also very nice as it will prolong the shovel's life and is usefull for getting under ice. It can scratch though, but that's a given with a metal blade.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Bart Windrum on December 28, 2011
I've used ergonomic bent-handle shovels for years; they make a world of difference on your back. This model has a deeper bend than others I've used; that's good. The blade/bucket is as wide as I think anyone would want it; wider and the weight of the snow, dry or (especially) wet, will tend to work your lumber harder than you want.

I use a snow shovel in 3 ways: traditional push/scoop, turned over while pulling towards me, and turned over pushing away as a final clearing maneuver. Having the 2nd handle makes both turned-over modes extraordinarily useful because you can exert downward pressure on that second handle, especially when pulling toward you. This increases contact between the metal blade and the surface you're clearing, be that decking, asphalt, or smooth or pebbled concrete. If you happen to have a narrow cement staircase, and fastidiously shovel (then salt) to eradicate icing when slips and falls may result in trips to the chiro or even PT, well, you understand.

However, the screws fixing that 2nd grip *will* work loose and fall out. Assuming you are, have, or know a guy, the fix is to replace the two screws with a single bolt. Use a flat washer under the bolt head and a star lock washer between the handle body and the nut. While you're at it, you may want to experiment with moving the grip along the handle shaft. If you find that a different mounting location suits your body height or reach better, drill a new mounting hole through the shaft.

Now, I do these sorts of "niche fixes" all the time to make my world my way (google "niche fix" :)). I expect to engage in this sort of fine-tuning. This shovel is so close to perfect, just buy it and do these grip fixes right away. You won't regret it (and neither will your back). I'll even give 5 stars, tho if 4.5 were an option I'd have selected that.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Ciara on December 3, 2011
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Recently, I had found that my old snow shovel was "missing", and needed to replace it fast. During our record 77+ inches of snow in the last few weeks, thank heavens my new shovel arrived just in time to put it to work. I had of course, done plenty of research, and read many reviews before narrowing it down to this one. I am a petite woman, standing at 5'2", and I wondered if this shovel was going to be too big for my stature. Still, the ergonomic aspect made me decide to take the chance.

When it arrived, I first wanted to figure out the extra handle, as I had read some reviews about it being difficult to manage. I must admit, it felt somewhat unwieldy at first, and I understood why some people would think it was flimsy and/or difficult. It's turned out not to be, yet neither is one required to be rough with it. I recommend first taking the time to get comfortable managing the middle handle's locking lever while still indoors. Once that was done, I went out into the awaiting blizzard, and began using it.

Here's how it worked for me. While out there, I pulled the middle handle upright, perpendicular with the shaft. With my right hand, I held the back handle, the middle handle with my left, and began to shovel. And shoveled, then shoveled some more. It made all that snow I was moving feel, well, easy. I got so much more done than I ever did before with my old straight shovel. I had to mindfully restrain myself from proceeding beyond my abilities ~ my enthusiasm was just that great.

And something else. I remembered the name of the thing was a Shovel/Pusher Combo. That first day out there, I both shoveled AND pushed. And either task was made so much easier with that middle, ergonomic handle.
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