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Suncast SF1850 22-Inch Big Scoop Snow Shovel with Wear Strip

by Suncast
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  • No-stick graphite blade
  • Collapsible one-piece steel handle
  • Blade 22-by--28-by-5-inch
  • Length 60-inches
  • Big gray scoop/float
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Suncast SF1850 22-Inch Big Scoop Snow Shovel with Wear Strip + Suncast SC3250 18-Inch Snow Shovel/Pusher Combo with Ergonomic Shaped Handle And Wear Strip, Green + Mallory 532 26" Snow Brush with Foam Grip (Colors may vary)
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number SF1850
Item Weight9.3 pounds
Product Dimensions23 x 42 x 5 inches
Item model numberSF1850
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB000A1CENK
Best Sellers Rank #28,481 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Shipping Advisory:This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Date First AvailableAugust 17, 2005
  
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Snow float with collapsible one-piece steel handle for easy storage.

Product Description

Big Gray Scoop/Float, No Stick Graphite Blade, Blade Size 22" x 28" x 5", 1 Piece 1.125" Diameter Steel Handle, Handle Collapses For Easy Storage.

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Customer Reviews

It pushes very easy and you just lift up the handle to dump it.
Richard
I used the big scoop snow shovel on a snow fall of about 5 inches and it worked great.
Joseph M. Machulsky
Moves snow without lifting, making it much easier on the shoulders and back.
country girl

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

90 of 96 people found the following review helpful By GeneNi on December 21, 2008
I can't believe I didn't read the reviews before buying. I'm 6'3" tall and as other tall people have mentioned, this shovel does not work well for tall people. I had a pan shovel several years ago that worked great. It had a bigger pan, was about 8 to 10 inches wider, had wooden runners on the bottom and the handle was longer and at the right angle. It was about the same width as a sidewalk so one trip was all it took. Because the Suncast shovel is smaller, you have to make more trips up and down a sidewalk and you have to empty it much more often. And if you're taller, you have to bend much further to get it out where you empty it, especially when the snow starts to pile up. I wouldn't recommend this shovel for anyone over about 5'8" tall.
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55 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Noibs on December 4, 2005
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I live in southwestern Colorado--ie, we have lots of snow. I already own one Suncast Big Scoop--it's about 11 eleven years old. It works so well at moving LARGE quantities of snow that I'm buying a spare. In terms of manually removing and moving snow, there are two superb products available--the Super Scoop and the Snow Pusher Plus ([...]). I use both and swear by both. If you're not into vehicle plows and snowthrowers, then you can't go wrong with the Super Scoop.
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41 of 43 people found the following review helpful By J on January 15, 2007
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I LOVE this scoop. It really shines in the big snows, you can move literally tons of snow with it -- without vertical lifting -- in fairly short order. The sturdy construction and steel front edge can even make a dent in those dreaded piles of street-plow "snowcrete". I'm not sure if this is supposed to come with instructions, but I didn't get any. It was clumsy and awkward to use at first, but once I started thinking of it as part front-end loader and part toboggan/sled -- the fun-factor went way up and the snow started flying. Create a ramp/sluice to a convenient dumping spot with the first load, then at the end either jerk back on the handle or else twist left/right to eject the snow. The poly scoop has low surface affinity for snow, so it slides on top of and ejects snow from it with ease. Definitely the best $40 I've ever spent on a snow removal tool.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Science Guy on April 11, 2007
Buying this snow shovel ought to be *required* for anyone living in the snow belt! I've had two of them for about 8 years. With this shovel you can easily move 40-50 pounds of wet snow at a time, without lifting anything. All you do is slide the snow to where you want it. (And after you're done shoveling, you can give the kids rides around the yard on it!) Definitely, definitely a MUST for anyone who shovels snow.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Honest O'Pinion on March 16, 2010
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I bought this during the recent "snowmageddon" in the Northeast. It was the only sleigh shovel that was in stock, so I got it. I'm glad I did. For the things it was good at, it exceeded my expectations. Took some getting used to, but basically it turns you into a snow plow, until you have to dump the snow which you do by making a ramp up a pile of snow and shoving at the top. My driveway which normally took me about an hour to shovel would only take me 20 minutes with this. Plus, because it holds so much snow and you don't really ever lift it, it makes it worthwhile to go plow your driveway with it even if only a few inches have fallen, since you can really fly through the job.

If you can get one with a slightly longer handle or a more ergonomic handle, that will help a lot when you want to tip the shovel up to run it up the snow pile to dump it because you won't have to bend down as far. Other thing to note: Regular shovel = biceps and forearms workout, Sleigh Shovel = triceps and shoulder workout. This is because you're pushing it like a lawnmower and shoving it to get rid of the snow, whereas you're pulling and lifting with a regular shovel.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Shelly from Madison on January 24, 2008
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I LOVE this shovel. I have a long (100 ft) driveway and do NOT want a snowblower for maintenance, storage space, and environmental reasons. I also like the exercise of shoveling. I guess its my winter sport! However I almost broke down this year and got a snowblower when we got almost record-breaking snowfall in December (33 inches). Then I asked my neighbors if I could borrow their funny looking shovel. It was a push shovel. I immediately fell in love with it ... it is easy to push snow a short distance if necessary (which I need to do because of lack of places to put snow). I push snow into a big pile then use my regular shovel to shovel off to side. This push shovel is great for light snows as well as heavy snows. It has a folded steel edge which is very rugged and durable. Shovel itself made out of heavy duty plastic (not like some wimpy plastic shovels). Using it saves on back strain. Someone described it as half tobagan, half front-end loader which is a great description! My neighbors said they bought theirs in a Fleet Farm store in another city. I could not find this shovel in any stores so went online to look. Found it on Amazon! It was even the same brand as my neighbors!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Gregory Bloom on November 22, 2010
The thing you have to get used to is thinking of this as a snow sled rather than a snow shovel. The big scoop allows you to pack 40 lbs of soggy, heavy snow in one run. Then you just tip it up a bit and glide this heavy load across the top of the snow to your dumping spot. Once you get there, you just jerk back quickly to pull the scoop out from under the snow, like a magician pulling a tablecloth from under the dishes on a table. It helps to jerk back while the snow still has forward momentum.

Ideally, you should plan your paths so that you're always transporting the snow downhill to your dump spot. You can pile successive dumpings up to build a ramp, if you need to. This is so much more effective at moving snow quickly that I can't imagine having to go back to using just a regular shovel. You can use this to quickly supply lots of snow for building an excellent snow fort too.
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