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Snow Shovels at Wilkinson £6.98 - In Stock

£6.98 @ Wilko (Wilkinson)
Snow shovels at Wilkinson £6.98 Obviously depends on your local sotre - but seems a good price if they have them in near you **picture of spade from the internet - not picture of exact spade… Read More
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6y, 4m agoFound 6 years, 4 months ago
Snow shovels at Wilkinson £6.98

Obviously depends on your local sotre - but seems a good price if they have them in near you

**picture of spade from the internet - not picture of exact spade**

thanks to pollsdolls on mse
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#1
Not voted either way but would have thought a flat ended one would be better for snow??
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David_e
Not voted either way but would have thought a flat ended one would be better for snow??


its not the exact one - it was the only picture i could find :|
#3
This sort of thing is widely available in pound shops.
1 Like #4
Better to get one of these for £6.48 when in stock !

http://www.wilkinsonplus.com/content/ebiz/wilkinsonplus/invt/0134668/0134668_m.jpg
1 Like #5
Yes, a Square Point shovel is always better for shifting snow. Also a full length shovel is better for your back. However, if you need a short shovel then try to get one with a 'Square Point'. Here's a short shovel that'll cost you about £13.50. http://www.trssupplies.co.uk/hand-tools/ground-work-tools/shovels-forks-digging-tools-amp-rakes/roughneck-micro-square-shovel-27in-handle-rou68006-/prod_31721.html
[helper]#6
The ones in Wilkinsons are fold up ones. Useful if you don't want to carry a full-size shovel around....
#7
lucerysmum
David_e
Not voted either way but would have thought a flat ended one would be better for snow??


its not the exact one - it was the only picture i could find :|

You did mention it.
#8
so ... what does it look like then? neither of those look any good for moving snow.
prefer a metallic spade for gouging ice if needed then a very wide plastic 'scoop on a stick' for moving the actual volume of snow.
http://www.thebokeegroup.com/catalog/images/HEAVY%20DUTY%20STEEL%20SNOW%20PUSHER.jpg
or is this what you might use to dig car wheels out or...?

Edited By: brilly on Dec 05, 2010 23:57
#9
a spade is a spade is a spade is a spade
#10
If I buy one of these you can guarantee that it will not snow again until the d** thing rots away in the shed.
#11
Tried three Wilkinsons - NONE have this
Wilkinson's getting Poundlanditis ?
Only in the south ?

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