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Snow Joe LED Lighted 4-in-1 Snow Broom and Ice Scraper

Item# 210-51380022-AF | Model# 51380022 | Added on March 25, 2016 |
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Snow Joe LED Lighted 4-in-1 Snow Broom and Ice Scraper
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SWEEP, SCRAPE, AND ILLUMINATE! Meet illum-n-broom: the bright new tool for safe winter travel. A revolutionary 4-in-1 device, illum-n-broom is a snow broom, ice scraper, flashlight, and emergency blinker all in one convenient and compact tool. Now you can safely sweep snow and scrape ice off your car day or night, without damaging its paint, trim, or glass. And illum-n-broom’s telescoping pole extends from 30 to 49 inches to easily access the snow piled on top of your car’s roof or trunk. Two powerful LED lights instantly brighten your task, and the built-in blinker doubles as an emergency flasher when you really need to be noticed. Plus, illum-n-broom stows neatly inside your car, so it’s always ready when you need it. Just sweep, scrape, and illuminate! Weight: 1.5 lb. Imported. Requires two AAA batteries (batteries not included). Features Best use: clearing snow and ice from cars and trucks, day or night 18 in. L x 7 in. W non-abrasive foam head pushes heavy, wet snow off vehicles without damaging paint, trim, or glass Dual LED lights + emergency blinker function for nighttime illumination Built-in ice scraper quickly clears icy build-up on windshields Bracket holder secures pole for easy storage Auto-locking telescoping pole with foam grip adjusts from 30 in to 49 in. Weighs only 1.5 lbs for easy handling Gender: unisex.
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