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True Temper 26-Inch SnoBoss Pusher and Shovel Poly Blade With Steel Wear Strip


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  • 26-inch High capacity blade with wear strip that can be used as pusher or shovel
  • Ergonomist designed midgrips and end grip for optimal hand placement/back posture when lifting
  • Foot step for maximum leverage
  • Single piece, lightweight aluminum handle
  • Reversible for tight steps and stairs
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Product Information

Technical Details
Part Number 1625300
Item Weight5.7 pounds
Product Dimensions56.3 x 7.6 x 25.8 inches
OriginMade in USA
Item model number1625300
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB002IKM6NO
Best Sellers Rank #42,531 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See top 100)
Shipping Weight6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
Shipping Advisory:This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Date First AvailableJuly 22, 2009
  
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Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Most Versatile snow tool on the market. It-foots a shovel, pusher and snow sled all in one tool. Multi grip handle allows you to push, lift and throw snow from your optimal ergonomic position. Nothing in the market can compete with this new innovative design. Show your driveway who-foots boss.

Product Description

26" Wide, 4 Way Snow Shovel, High Capacity Blade With Wearstrip, Can Be Used As A Pusher Or A Shovel, Ergo Designed Mid Grip & End Grip For Optimal Hand Placement & Back Posture While Lifting, Unique Foot Step For Maximum Leverage, Single Piece Lightweight U-Shaped Aluminum Handle, Blade Measures 25-3/4"W x 34-1/2" .

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Customer Reviews

You can push it like a plow rather than lifting the snow.
Amazon Fan
This shovel moves a lot of snow and is much easier on the back, more like pushing a lawn mower.
ladyfingers
The bottom metal edge is connected to the shovel with rivets that are not recessed.
B. Benner

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

61 of 63 people found the following review helpful By M. Liem on December 29, 2010
The version of the product that I am reviewing has a plastic head/scoop/blade, with a metal edge along the mouth of the scoop, matching the photo of the product shown on the Amazon product page. This product saw its debut on 12-27-10 when my driveway/sidewalk (in NJ) and most of the northeast USA was blanketed under what may have been as much as 2.5 to 3 feet of snow.

I found this product more ergonomic, more efficient, and more effective than single-shafted shovels I have used, including the S-curved or crooked "ergonomic" shafted shovel, when it comes to pushing, scooping/lifting/dumping, and/or sliding/dragging/transporting snow to where it needs to go at large clumps at a time. The downside would be that, when using it for scooping/lifting, the dumping movement can be difficult compared to the single-shaft shovels.

Ergonomics is key with choosing a snow shovel because it is so easy to throw one's back out or otherwise injure oneself during shoveling. Usually this comes from having to bend over constantly, as standard single-shaft shovels require. The "ergonomic" crooked-shaft shovel is an improvement but is not designed for optimal push/plow style snow-moving.

I list the pro's and con's of the product as follows:

PRO:

1. for pushing it is efficient, effective, and ergonomic. it's hard to imagine another design better for pushing snow.

The mouth of the blade is wide enough for pushing in broad, efficient swathes. of course, most standard pusher shovels also feature wide heads, but this product allows for greater force and leverage for pushing due to two shafts splitting the burden between two points of force rather than concentrating all the burden at the center point.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Vincent Socci on December 27, 2010
I just bought one and used it on my driveway and sidewalk tonight. Overall, I was very impressed with the design. I "pushed" most of the snow and lifted very little of it. Compared to other shovels I used, I love this one. My back is thanking me. Like the other reviewers, I also found that it was sticky on the sidewalk. This was a minor nuisance, and I just changed the angle a bit to fix it. I didn't have any sticking problems on the driveway.
The dual arm design seems a lot sturdier to me. The little "hook" at the top makes for a comfortable, ergonomic design. I've had shovels with handles that twisted off and were uncomfortable to use. Plus, when the snow weight isn't even (which happens quite a bit) there is extra torque to deal with. This shovel appears to be a more rugged design. I only used it for a half hour, so I reserve judgement on design robustness.
Nonetheless, the ability to clear my driveway without repeatedly bending over, lifting and throwing snow was well worth the price.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By cleo on January 17, 2011
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This shovel is so substantial that when I saw the box it arrived in, I thought they'd delivered a refrigerator by mistake! It's very sturdy and easy to use. But most important, it's easy on the back. It's wide and picks up a good amount of snow. The handles at different heights make it easy to pick up. I'd definitely recommend.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By J. Gottlieb on October 29, 2011
I liked the design but the Snoboss turned out to be a piece of junk. I bought it during last year's heavy snow season (NJ's 2010 winter) so it certainly was put to the test. Unfortunately the True Temper Snoboss failed. It made it through maybe 3 snow storms before the yellow plastic cracked right up the middle and was finished. The metal edge was a piece of junk too. It didn't cut through anything. So in summary if you have a super light, powder snowfall then this could come in handy. Otherwise skip it!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By EPI on January 14, 2011
I will never forget the look on my wife's face when she saw me bring this thing home. It's a SUPER SHOVEL! Yes it's big but believe it or not this shovel really saves your back. It puts more strain on your arms and shoulders but that's OK. I have a bad back and I had no pain after shoveling NYC's 20" snowfall. The metal strip does stick sometimes but I think when it breaks in completely it will be fine. I bought it at Loews for $35 or something like that. I highly recommend this shovel, and so does my wife. She used it too and took back everything she said about it.
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32 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Gallery90 on December 16, 2010
This might be a good idea for a shovel, but mine is junk. The problem is the metal blade edge. True Temper went out of their way to select steel that is so soft that it grabs at sidewalk and driveway concrete and comes to a swift halt. The problem is that YOU tend to keep going. Considering that a harder steel would cost probably 5 cents more in materials and manufacturing costs, there is no excuse.

However, I see in one online picture that there is no metal edge on that blade, but the description indicates a metal edge.

Is mine an older or newer model? I don't know. Experience has taught me to be very wary of descriptions on Amazon. So whatever you do, DON"T ORDER THIS ONLINE. Inspect the shovel in person to make sure there is no metal blade edge.

(In a few minutes I'm going downstairs to drill out the dimples in the metal strip so I can pry the stupid blade edge off my shovel.)

Update: I ended using a Dremel cut-off wheel to slice the edge of the "wear strip". Then I was able to pry it off. Once that was done, the shovel worked just fine. However, communication with True Temper leads me to believe that the soft metal wear strip is an "improvement" and all the new shovels come that way. Pictures of the shovel (even on True Temper's web site) are of the older version. Sorry about that.

(If you decide to buy the SnoBoss and need to cut off the wear strip, have at least 3 of the reinforced Dremel cut-off wheels available.)
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