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Corwin 7,353 36,899 May 12, 2016 at 10:41 PM in Gardening & Outdoor (5) More Sears Deals
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Promoted 05-13-2016 by slickdewmaster at 10:39 AM View Original Post
Sears.com has Craftsman D-Handle Digging Shovel (CM77721) on sale for $14.99. Select free in-store pickup if stock permits. Thanks Corwin

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This Craftsman D-Handle Digging Shovel features a 13-gauge heavy duty blade w/ reinforced steel fiberglass handle, 10" molded mid grip and ergonomic D-grip. Great for all your outdoor necessities - Discombobulated

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Edited May 13, 2016 at 09:59 AM by annie930ny
  • Craftsman D-Handle Digging Shovel [sears.com] (CM77721) $14.99
    • Features
      • Oversized Step provides better footing and control
      • 13-gauge Heavy Duty blade for strength
      • Serrated blade cuts through dirt and roots easily
      • Steel reinforced fiberglass handle
      • 10" molded mid grip for comfort and control
      • Ergonomic designed D-Grip adds comfort
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they make transfer shovels for that which you speak of. transfer shovels have a square blade...for holding the maximum amount of what you're transferring

digging shovels have a tapered end like this, to dig into he ground. if you're using this as a transfer shovel, you are giving yourself more work

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do you use the shovel while using the hoe or after you're done with the hoe?

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This shovel is a back backer if you are over about 5'8". The long handled one that was on sale yesterday is better for tall people. Otherwise, you are going to be hunched over the entire time you are digging with this if you are tall.
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Its not designed for digging a hole in the ground. You would typically use a shovel like this for transferring a pile or load of material. or working in tight spaces
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Quote from CBGill View Post :
Its not designed for digging a hole in the ground. You would typically use a shovel like this for transferring a pile or load of material. or working in tight spaces
they make transfer shovels for that which you speak of. transfer shovels have a square blade...for holding the maximum amount of what you're transferring

digging shovels have a tapered end like this, to dig into he ground. if you're using this as a transfer shovel, you are giving yourself more work
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do you use the shovel while using the hoe or after you're done with the hoe?

tia
Depends on whether you are a serial killer or not I think?
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I am the full Craftsman shovel line and after breaking every other shovel on the market in my yard I can vouch for how heavy duty these are. The short handle shovel is a pain in the butt to dig a hole with but if you are standing in a hole to widen it this is the shovel you want or if you are digging in a hill or embankment you will be thankful for the short shovel. the long shovel is good for everything else
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I'm suing in my salt refining factory. It looks nice and lasting long time.
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Endorsed by Tommy DeVito [youtube.com].
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Craftsnan used to make nice wood handle shovels. Anyone else miss them?
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Excellent. Now they'll never find the bodies.
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Excellent. Now they'll never find the bodies.
laugh out loud
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Shovelware
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Craftsnan used to make nice wood handle shovels. Anyone else miss them?
I'm way too strong for wooden shovels, especially if the ground is frozen.
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