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Fiskars 46 Inch Steel D-handle Square Garden Spade (9667)
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- Ideal for edging, cutting a trench, slicing through thick turf or digging
- Extra-large D-handle design offers secure two-handed control when digging, even while wearing gloves
- Welded 14-gauge hardened steel blade and 18-gauge steel shaft provide durability that far outlasts wood-handled tools and won't flex like fiberglass
- Powder-coated steel resists rust and offers easy cleaning
- Length: 46 inches
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|Manufacturer Part Number||96676933J|
|Manufacturer Warranty Description||Lifetime|
|Package Height||4.5 x 9 x 46.5 inches|
|Shipping Weight||4.8 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
The oversize steps on either side of the shovel have a little traction, but I added some grip tape to the steps a couple times a year as it would wear off. The half star deduction is for the handle being attached by only a single screw. That became loose soon after putting it to full time use, so I drove two more small sheet metal screws above and below the stock screw, and they have held very tight for years.
Thankfully Amazon carries this shovel, because all of my local Lowe's have stopped selling this particular product, and I need two for Christmas gifts for buddies of mine that always wanted one, but would never spend the extra money themselves. Those guys would rather buy two or three cheap shovels a year, but in my opinion this tool is the perfect combination of trenching shovel, sharpshooter shovel, transfer and digging shovels. I currently own 7 different shovels (self employed landscaper) and if I could only carry one with me, this would be the one.
I suggest adding two sheet metal screws to the back of the handle as soon as you purchase this shovel, as this will mitigate any chances of the handle coming off. I personally found the grip tape to be a great benefit, but I worked in ALL weather conditions back then. Thanks for reading and if you have any questions about the product, feel free to ask and I will answer best I can.
I went on line and contacted Fiskars and was rewarded with a free new handle. I feel the metal portion of the shovel is very stout, but I worry I will be contacting Fiskars again for a new handle. We will see. I will enjoy the tool while it works like a champ for now. I don't baby my tools, but feel it has this weak link. It could be great.
This thing has completely changed me. I actually like digging. No seriously I do. I have had this for about 4 years now. In that time I dug 300 feet of 1 foot deep trenches and 150 feet of 2 foot trenches with every possible obstacle. I can't even guess how many yards of dirt gravel and sand I have moved. No, it's not going to chop through a 3 inch root but, it will never break trying. The light steel shaft is not round -it's sort of a rounded triangle shape that will not bend. It has a slight curve near the blade where you can easily lift with one hand while grabbing the D grip at the other when moving dirt. The over sized D grip lets you grab with both hands and pull back after pushing deep into the ground so you get a lot of leverage. Like another person mentioned, the screw holding the handle also came out for me -I replaced it with a larger spare screw and it's been fine ever since. The plastic handle will not break.
I bought this at Lowes -I think it was called the "Big Step" back then. They no longer seem to carry it -I assume that's because you'll never need to buy another shovel like it again.
See my picture of the shovel after 4 years. still going like a champ.
I highly recommend this for gardening. My only reservation is that for another $20-$30 you could move up to something made of stainless steel.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is really an awesome tool. I used it to cut through the remnants of a stump embedded in dirt that the stump grinder couldn't get to. Read morePublished 4 hours ago by Amazon Customer
For the money buy a commercial Corona or wolverine. This spade is too light and the tip rusts easy. Junk.Published 5 days ago by Douglas C.
picture is misleading. these are large contruction tools not tools for a yard. heavy and awarked to handle.. should have returned themPublished 8 days ago by Walt H.
This a really really good shovel for a lot of things. It's worked so well for my husband who's had to use the heck out of it in our landscaping project.Published 8 days ago by NatH
I would have preferred this was made by Fiskars in their own plant in Finland, but when I purchased this product it was listed as US Origin which would have been fine. Read morePublished 17 days ago by C. Taylor
Solid shovel. I've used it pretty strenuously for the last couple of years and I'm still digging it ;) Great product! Great company. A++Published 1 month ago by J. Hayes