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Silverline 675182 Mini Round Nose Shovel £2.67 delivered @ Amazon
Silverline 675182 Mini Round Nose Shovel £2.67 delivered @ Amazon

Silverline 675182 Mini Round Nose Shovel £2.67 delivered @ Amazon

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* Mini round-nose shovel
* Ideal for work in confined areas
* Useful for deep holes and ditched
* 500 mm

The Silverline mini shovel is ideal for digging in confined areas such as deep holes and ditches. An ideal addition to your outdoor kit.

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Took me a while to figure out if it was a novelty nose picker or not It's been a long day .....

Would this be suitable for burying my dog?

SCOTWALLET;8526510

Would this be suitable for burying my dog?



If it's a small dog and you're burying it in a confined space it would be ideal. Although the easiest way to get a small hole dug in a confined space is to get a dog to do it, you could then use the spade to hit the dog over the head.

surely this is a spade and not a shovel?

pidgeofcdf;8526588

surely this is a spade and not a shovel?



You're not the type to call a spade a spade are you?

cheers "skykid" nice find !. be great for using down the sandy beaches at wittering , building great big castles ... with my kids ofcourse :-D

inicholson;8526547

If it's a small dog and you're burying it in a confined space it would be … If it's a small dog and you're burying it in a confined space it would be ideal. Although the easiest way to get a small hole dug in a confined space is to get a dog to do it, you could then use the spade to hit the dog over the head.



Now that's what I call practical thinking.

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Usually dispatched within 2 - 4 weeks. But a great price!

:pOrdered one for my gnome

Great for burying midgets :thumbsup:

Whenever i buy home/garden tools i only have one question: what's its zombie killing effectiveness?

diosamente;8527123

Whenever i buy home/garden tools i only have one question: what's its … Whenever i buy home/garden tools i only have one question: what's its zombie killing effectiveness?



Better to fork em off :thumbsup:

Remember it is quite small at 50cm long and is really a long handled garden trowel, it is available elsewhere as low as £3 odd but not with free P&P

adeo;8527559

I cannot c it for op price all i c is … I cannot c it for op price all i c is £8.18http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B000LFU1B2/ref=s9_simh_gw_p60_i1?pf_rd_m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_s=center-1&pf_rd_r=0BAWHFX125MANXJ763QD&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_p=467198433&pf_rd_i=468294



Looks like all gone now.

diosamente;8527123

Whenever i buy home/garden tools i only have one question: what's its … Whenever i buy home/garden tools i only have one question: what's its zombie killing effectiveness?



Most zombie-aware people in Britain agree that the spade/shovel is the most effective hand to hand weapon that is most easily obtainable in this country. They are sturdy and effective for removing the head or destroying the brain. Spades are also useful for digging yourself out of a siege situation, burying the dead/undead and can also be used as a sledge in inclement weather.

Dancingfred;8527613

Most zombie-aware people in Britain agree that the spade/shovel is the … Most zombie-aware people in Britain agree that the spade/shovel is the most effective hand to hand weapon that is most easily obtainable in this country. They are sturdy and effective for removing the head or destroying the brain. Spades are also useful for digging yourself out of a siege situation, burying the dead/undead and can also be used as a sledge in inclement weather.



never realised how useful a spade/shovel can be! Defo putting one in my armageddon survival pack. Along with my £land emergency foil blankets

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SCOTWALLET;8526510

Would this be suitable for burying my dog?



Funny you should mention a dog, thats the reason I was looking for digging implements!
My Jack Russell was trapped down a rabbit hole for over 32 hours!

He was just freed by the local fire service crew after their second call out to try and rescue him and help from a local farmer and his JCB (earlier in the day)!
He was eventually freed an hour ago 00:15and has just had a bath something to eat and is off to bed :thumbsup:

great for burying individual body parts

When I was in the Highlands, I'd always got my old infantry spade in the jalopy, just in case. I'll certainly get this.
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