Long Handle Round Point Shovel with Fiberglass Handle
- Round point head for digging
- Steel head
- Fiberglass handle
- Plastic end grip
This shovel is very lightweight but, so far, very sturdy. Other than that, it's a shovel... there's not much else to say.
This shovel is not so big that you just snap the handle. I have bought lifetime warranty shovels and just snapped the handles after 6 months. I had one last over a year and the shovel profile bent and cracked from poor metal quality and the crack started in a corner and got worse and worse. This one lets you know when it is about to snap by making creaking and cracking sounds to let you know to lighten up. Used for over a year and not broke yet. Only better rating would be one with a nearly unbreakable solid rod as a handle.
A sturdy shovel that works well.
Nice strong shovel, gets the job done
I RATE THIS SHOVEL THE BEST BECAUSE IT IS VERY DURABLE WITH THE FIBERGLASS HANDLE AND DIG VERY GOOD. I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS SHOVEL TO EVERYONE WHO NEEDS ONE.
I bought this as one of those deals of the day from sears. For $4 you can go wrong with a shovel. I dont know what they charge every day for it but I would recommend it up to about the $10 mark. Good for all around light gardening.
I love this shovel. I have a small garden but needed a shovel which would allow me to move the significant rocks in my garden and also allow digging of nice deep holes without risking breaking my shovel. I have already broken 2 wooden shovels in past year. this shovel however I feel will not break. it seems pretty hardy so far after owning it about 3 weeks. buy this shovel.
This shovel is a great value for the tool. The handle is comfortable and is very sturdy.
great craftsman shovel wiyh life time warranty
This shovel is good for the price. We have used it a good bit.
Oh my, after havng this shovel in the tool shed over winter I came to put this through it's paces this past weekend by trying to dig up some established Hostas. The shovel broke at the top of the metal blade immediately. The fiberglass is of very poor quality and the wooden re-inforcement down the shaft was weak and brittle. I recommend paying a few extra dollars for a good tool.