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Snow Shovel - £7.92 @ Viking Direct
Snow Shovel - £7.92 @ Viking Direct

Snow Shovel - £7.92 @ Viking Direct

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Great price for a snow shovel - cheapest I've seen. Even including delivery (£10.82).

Postage is £2.90 unless you are ordering other things, free delivery for orders £30+.

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Original Poster

Don't forget 8% quidco/topcashback.

trouble is it wont get delivered til the snows melted! ;-)

korky69

trouble is it wont get delivered til the snows melted! ;-)


Just what i was thinking to
Edited by: "dove123" 1st Dec 2010

They're only like £6 in b&q and about £7 in morrisons

out of stock

good for mixing concrete

A must have for this weather!

The web page says it's for heavy duty industrial use, so is not bad for the price. Although it's coming up as £7.92 (ex. VAT), plus i doubt that i would get it delivered if the weather stays like this.
Edited by: "RiCh" 1st Dec 2010

Everyone should have one of these and have to clear any public footpath outside of their house like they do in other countries. Then it would prevent a lot of injuries.

cold as wrong price is stated as you need include the VAT inclusive and delivered price.

WRONG price in title. Needs ammended.

£7.92 PLUS £2.90 delivery PLUS V.A.T. on both.

£12.72 ..... 60% more than the price that has been posted!

Edited by: "lnb1996" 1st Dec 2010

Do they do snow ploughs too?

ttocswahs

Do they do snow ploughs too?



If you can't operate the search function on the site, then how are you going to operate a snow plough?

these are £8 instore at morrisons. we got a shipper of 50 in yesterday morning & within 3hrs had sold the lot! more are coming in today though

it's early december, why would we need snow shovels this time of year?

Just called three on my nearest Morrissons stores and none of them had any snow shovels and said they never did have any - excellent!

These are good to have, make clearing snow a doddle...and there will be snow next year aswell!

Stick an iPad in your basket and you'll qualify for free delivery...

why cant you just use a normal shovel and save £7.92?

After the delivery of about a week the snow will have all disappeared anyway!

After the delivery of about a week the snow will have all disappeared anyway!

RiCh

The web page says it's for heavy duty industrial use, so is not bad for … The web page says it's for heavy duty industrial use, so is not bad for the price. Although it's coming up as £7.92 (ex. VAT), plus i doubt that i would get it delivered if the weather stays like this.



We have the heavy duty industrial snow in Bolsover, but I can't get out to get a proper shovel like this!

We have had snow where I live for almost a week in Yorkshire. We just got a load more last night and its snowing again now. So whilst some may have only just got snow other day many haven't

leitchyleck

it's early december, why would we need snow shovels this time of year?



Perhaps because some folk (including myself) have been snow bound for the last 3-4 days?? Maybe try watching the news sometime, its full of useful information.

JoeUK

Everyone should have one of these and have to clear any public footpath … Everyone should have one of these and have to clear any public footpath outside of their house like they do in other countries. Then it would prevent a lot of injuries.



Nice idea.

But I was thinking about this myself yesterday as I was contemplating digging my car out. I live in a tenemant flat that fronts directly onto the pavement. Next to the pavement is the road. So if anyone clears snow from the pavement and/or road ..... where the hell are they meant to put it???

If I clear the pavement, the only place to dump the cleared snow is on the road ... and vice versa?!?!?

I think I'll just resign myself to not having the use of my car again until about March next year .... oO

(PS .... I'm in Edinburgh and the snow around my place is almost knee deep)

leitchyleck

it's early december, why would we need snow shovels this time of year?



Your right no point now after a week of snow it's seems silly to keep on clearing the paths.

You want a hand plough similar to this. I have one my dad made in metal-work at school, I can clear my driveway and paths just by running up and down with the plough in ten minutes. Its easy work. Last year I spent a couple of hours clearing the same space with a builders shovel!

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£5 AT ASDA!

Which ASDA?, been looking for a shovel since Sunday.

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afc1903

Perhaps because some folk (including myself) have been snow bound for the … Perhaps because some folk (including myself) have been snow bound for the last 3-4 days?? Maybe try watching the news sometime, its full of useful information.



Sarcasm....... it's just lost on some folk.

Local Hardware shop same price ?

Just £3.99 at my local independent shop (gj's at alfreton)

JoeUK

Everyone should have one of these and have to clear any public footpath … Everyone should have one of these and have to clear any public footpath outside of their house like they do in other countries. Then it would prevent a lot of injuries.



There's a risk to what your saying but I won't mention it as I see it as a good idea to clear the footway

the only problem I can see with this one is that is metal and will rust fast specially with salt in the area. I saw this one which is a lot more expensive but bigger adn plastic
any thoughts?
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Anyone got a deal on one of these?

http://www.montanajacks.com/html/themes/theme_images/snowplow.jpg

Would have been a good deal. Shame I couldn't manage to get their site to work - it wouldn't allow me to put in my DOB (an 'essential' information requirement apparently)

Got mine at £10 and know they sell out fast. Better than a normal shovel as are much wider and lighter for clearing snow.

Joey Bloggsy

There's a risk to what your saying but I won't mention it as I see it as … There's a risk to what your saying but I won't mention it as I see it as a good idea to clear the footway



No theres not, that's complete and utter 'Daily Fail' garbage talk! God I HATE the daily mail!
It's a classic urban myth perpetuated by those who can't be arsed to clear their paths.

The legal obligation to maintain foot ways rests upon the highway authority (public roads) or the occupier (private premises).

It is settled authority (in the UK) that the presence of snow/ice does not render a road or path being in disrepair. It's presence is not actionable.

In clearing the snow, you have not (and cannot) assume legal responsibility for the path.
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