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Manplow REV44-U Snow Shovel with Rotatable Blade, 44"
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- Aluminum u shaped handle for durability and ease of use
- Designed to slice cleanly into snow
- 44 inch wide blade
- Rotate the blade when worn down for twice the life!
- Polyethylene blade
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|Item Dimensions||4 x 44 x 54 inches|
|Item Weight||11 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||REV44-U|
|Shipping Weight||9.45 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
The screws did come loose a bit, but I expected it from reading other reviews and I just check them/tighten them when I start. It's definately a pusher shovel. I have a fair amount of cracks, etc. in the cement on my property and though it would catch more than my smaller shovels, but it hasn't been any different. Even if this thing only last a year, I'll buy another one next year.
When this thing works, for light snow, I can get my 100 foot drive done in the time it takes with the snow blower...that is the big "if" though.
The flaw is that the bolts do not stay in and the vibrations of using this thing cause it to come undone mid use. And, if one comes undone and it will, the bolt is lost and it no longer works.
When this works, its great, but I have bought more bolts, lock nuts and washers and still, it does not last...and I really would love to give this a 5 star just for a great new bent on the same old shovel. But, alas, I can't. So, 5 for the idea, 2 for the workability of that idea. 3 Stars.
We got 4" of snow over night, and sometime early AM it turned to freezing rain than light rain.
So had about 1-2" of icey slushy snow crap.
The lowest layer was compacted ice that was just on the verg of wanting to melt, but was sticking to the black top in many places.
I used the 44in Revolution to plow the slush into piles to a section of the driveway.
It worked better than anything else I used to scrap most of the lower layer off, and if not on the first pass, during a clean up pass we got the rest of it. But for a few areas that I had to really chop/scrap up with a true ice chopper tool, heavy metal blade.
I did not try and use the manplow to chop the ice, nor did I beat the edge of an ice layer like I would with a metal scrapper blade I have, but I was pushing and scraping what would move and come up. I'd hit edges that would not come up, and went over it and kept going.
Later they came up since it was getting nice and warm out, little sun poking out... balmy 34degsF.
The plastic hard edge is a great scrapper.
I was pushing full blade widths of heavy icey slush, and it just kept on going, very strong.
If I hit a hard ice pile with the end of a blade, the blade may have bowed a little.
I'm very hard on shovels, break handles often, same with brooms.
I was putting all of my 260lbs behind pushing the large piles of slush.
So with the ice blocks I hit while plowing mounds of slush , and I didn't break it during those 2 hrs of clean up, it's strong.
Didn't take any chunks out of the blade, just wore a minor chamfer on the bottom edge, based on the angle I was man plowing at.Read more ›
Original review from 2015 - I live north of Buffalo, NY and like most of the northeast, we are having a rough winter. It's the coldest I can recall with a lot of snow. I have experience with all varieties of snow shovels. I bought the 44" Revolution model for my concrete driveway that has saw cut relief joints, not troweled joints so it would be easier to shovel. The reason I mention that is because hand troweled relieve joints are wide compared to saw cut joints and they might catch any shovel blade and jam the handle into your unit if you're not careful so be careful.
I already have the 36" aluminum ManPlow ProlIne shovel with the replaceable plastic bottom edge. The aluminum ManPlow ProLine simply will not clear to bare concrete if there is any packed down snow because the angle of the edge to the shovel handle is too steep. The 44" Revolution digs right down to bare concrete. It took a few small snow falls to "set" the edge on the Revolution but once I got it dialed in, the results were excellent. It works best in 2-3 inches of fluffy snow so don't buy it and expect it to work with 3-4 inches of heavy wet snow - it won't work for that sort of snowfall unless you're built like Dwayne"The Rock" Johnson.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
All jokes aside on the name of this great product, I can clear my driveway quite fast with this. 2-5 inches seems to be a piece of cake for this thing. Read morePublished 4 days ago by CG
DISCLAIMER; not for snow amounts above 2-3 inches! 4-6 inches of snow will have you shaking your head and going back to the garage for a tradtional snow shovel or blower. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Daniel McDonald
Great product / invention, 4 stars due to the fact that you have to re-tighten constantly, especially if you're plowing more than 3"+ of heavier snow. Read morePublished 5 months ago by tyler cookson
Cut down the time it took to clear my driveway by more than half. Used it all winter, no issue with loose nuts yet. Get one.Published 5 months ago by Murph
This is great for clearing my driveway after a small snow fall. It is light weight and glides smoothly over the tarred driveway. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Craig D.
I use a shovel when there is only a few inches of snow on the ground. This thing is awesome. I wish I had purchased it years ago. Read morePublished 6 months ago by kkc
We have a looong steep driveway. I am a petite woman and as long as the snow is not too deep or heavy, I break out this shovel and my husband and I clear the driveway together (he... Read morePublished 6 months ago by reviewer
The only thing I would improve would be a way to adjust the handle. I'm quite petite and I have to hold the handle quite upright so that the blade will align properly with my... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Jackie F.