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Suncast SC3950 Double Grip Ergonomic Snow Shovel/Pusher Combo With Non-Stick Graphite 18-Inch Blade & Steel Wear Strip
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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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|Manufacturer Part Number||SC3950|
|Package Height||9.5 x 18 x 52 inches|
|Shipping Weight||4.4 pounds|
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Top Customer Reviews
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.
The key to using the shovel blade upside down, to pull snow or to scrape away, is to hack the 2nd handle by rotating it 180º so it's facing downward. Then, when you flip the shovel, the handle is sticking up and is this orientation it and it alone makes it possible to effectively and painlessly use the shovel as a snow blade to scrape compressed snow and light ice.
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.Read more ›
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.Read more ›
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.
- metal blade on the end
- comfort holding
- comfort while shoveling
- extended depth on shovel head allows more snow
- 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..
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)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The middle handle is positioned wrong. You can't throw the snow without wrenching your hand.Published 9 days ago by Amazon Customer
I only got to shovel snow a couple times with it last year, but it made the job so much easier. My back always hurts so much after using an old school shovel. Read morePublished 23 days ago by NCottrell
Luckily did not have to use the shovel this winter. Not sure the handle is sturdy enough to handle a shovel-full of heavy snow.Published 3 months ago by JBC
Fantastic for pushing snow.
Easily used by either myself or my wife.
Not quite as good for lifting / throwing snow on a pile. Read more
Didn't snow much here in NH this winter of 2016 but when it did, this worked excellent.Published 4 months ago by Nick P