Heavy Duty Aluminium Snow Shovel £8.97 @ Tesco Instore
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Heavy Duty Aluminium Snow Shovel £8.97 @ Tesco Instore

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Found 29th Nov 2011
SENA ALUMINIUM HEAVY DUTY SNOW SHOVEL

Found In Leicester Hamilton Store

13 Comments

Shame there's no snow!

Waste of money, It's not going to snow this year - the weather men predict an Artic winter. They also predicted a barbeque summer last year!

don't forget to buy gloves if you are using a metal shovel in the snow

localshop

don't forget to buy gloves if you are using a metal shovel in the snow


I think if you're using ANY shovel in the snow you'll benefit from having gloves on but I get your point, the metal can be bloody painfully cold.

got to be votted cold with no sign of snow - gutted here as already spent plenty on snow shovels and a garage full of rock salt



technomouse

Waste of money, It's not going to snow this year - the weather men … Waste of money, It's not going to snow this year - the weather men predict an Artic winter. They also predicted a barbeque summer last year!




I agree, it is a bit like B & Q stocking up on charcoal in early spring, you just know it is going to be miserable. Let's face it the forecasters generally can't predict 48hrs ahead

Tim_UK

got to be votted cold with no sign of snow - gutted here as already spent … got to be votted cold with no sign of snow - gutted here as already spent plenty on snow shovels and a garage full of rock salt



Snap!
lol

Will look out for one locally. It will snow again one day, if not this year then maybe the next or the year after. Best to get one before it snows!

Original Poster

Tim_UK

got to be votted cold with no sign of snow - gutted here as already spent … got to be votted cold with no sign of snow - gutted here as already spent plenty on snow shovels and a garage full of rock salt



everyone saying its not snowin, i think i can see that, but your better off having one then not
so when it snows, then it should be bought, and then its too late, or your in need of one, better to have one, then suffer,

Just buy a normal shovel like builders use with a steel end and wooden handle, for similar money they will last for years, unlike these flimbsy things.

v6dlc

Just buy a normal shovel like builders use with a steel end and wooden … Just buy a normal shovel like builders use with a steel end and wooden handle, for similar money they will last for years, unlike these flimbsy things.


Wrong. There's a reason why the best snow shovels are built with plastic scoops.

Blasphemous

I think if you're using ANY shovel in the snow you'll benefit from having … I think if you're using ANY shovel in the snow you'll benefit from having gloves on but I get your point, the metal can be bloody painfully cold.



This has a plastic handle and a foam grip on the shaft if you get caught without any gloves...

I just got one of these, but it was £9.97!? Still seems reasonable though.
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