Tooled Up Snow Shovel with Wooden Handle Reviews
Product Type: Tooled Up garden tools
Description:Brand: Tooled Up / Type: Snow Shovel
Newest Review: ... I find the shovel easy to use, and as a woman who is 5 foot 7 inches, it is a good height to 'dig' with. Overall the shovel ... more
Customer Tooled Up Snow Shovel with Wooden Handle Reviews (9)
by - written on 28/03/13 (Very useful, 25 readings)
I don't know if anyone's noticed, but we've had quite a lot of snow this year. In previous years, that wouldn't bother me, and I wouldn't need a snow shovel, but with my house now having a steep front garden, requiring steps to get out (either that or attempting to walk down a snowy hill) I really needed to try and make it as safe as possible to get out and about each day for the school run and shopping. Luckily my new next door neighbors had a snow shovel I could borrow, and it so impressed me that I purchased my own. I'm glad I did, as the last week has seen a rather heavy amount of snow over my little corner of the world, and I've certainly gotten my moneys ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/09/12 (Very useful, 33 readings)
Being prepared is an attitude I truly believe I was born with, including my escape and shelter plan should a zombie apocalypse actually occur (not kidding people, I am READY!) So, when we moved to our current house with its horrendously steep drive and hill-ish road I knew that with the typical bad winter weather I needed to be prepared. If you have ever tried to clear a drive with a small garden spade you know how agonisingly time-consuming and awful it is. Thankfully I located this little beauty after sweeping through several sites. Purchased from Amazon and arrived quickly. ~Appearance~ This snow shovel is pretty basic, large ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/12/10 (Very useful, 74 readings)
In the bad snow last year I remember feeling quite stuck as it was hard to get out of the house as clearing snow with the garden spade was hard work. So when I finally escaped the house one of my first things to do was to head to buy a snow shovel. Sam Turner's here in North Yorkshire is a real Aladdin's cave of goodies they are a farm's merchant really but they sell garden things and tools and lots of other things to non farm staff too. I choose to buy it from there as I figured they would be selling quality snow shovels as the last thing a farmer needs when digging out a tractor to get too sheep at lambing time is a broken shovel. The shovel itself is a very ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/07/11, updated on 04/01/13 (Very useful, 175 readings)
I have just been having a long needed sort out in my garage, and whilst I was in there I kept an eye out for any items that I could perhaps write a review about. The item I decided to write about is my snow shovel, which sits in my garage all year long gathering dust and cobwebs, until those couple of wintery, snow filled days come along and it springs into action! I have owned my snow shovel for about 3 years now, and after the arctic winters that we have had of late I really don't think I could have managed with it! It is basically a long wooden pole measuring 1.2 meters, and attached to the bottom of the wooden pole is a bright red ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/07/11, updated on 29/04/12 (Very useful, 63 readings)
Progressing with the garage clean again, I came across my trusted snow shovel that I bought last year which turned out to be an absolute god send with the snows last year. The thing with snow shovels is that you never see them for sale anywhere all year, and then after a heavy snow fall and the days spent trying to clear your drive with a common garden spade, you promise yourself that you will get one, and then never actually getting around to it. Well last year, I finally took the plunge and bought this, and it is absolutely brilliant. I paid £12 for it from a DIY market and the good thing about it is, it is quite big. For years, I spent days trying to ... Read the complete review
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