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bxgirl 900 2,550 October 16, 2016 at 10:05 AM in Tools (4) More Sears Deals
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Promoted 10-17-2016 by brisar at 08:01 AM View Original Post
Sears.com has Suncast 18" Double-Handle Shovel on sale for $19.94 with free in-store pick up. Thanks bxgirl

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Our research indicates that this Suncast 18" Double-Handle Shovel is $10.50 lower (34.5% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices starting from $30.41. - brisar

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Edited October 16, 2016 at 08:13 PM by Shorted
Sears has the

Suncast 18" Double-Handle Snow Shovel [sears.com] for $20. This is regularly $52.

Free in store pick-up.

Amazon has it [amazon.com] for $30.
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Has anyone ever used ones of these? It looks like the handles are too close together to be useful but I'm basing it solely obj one picture.
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I grabbed one of these for store pickup and ready to pick up already. Had $10 in surprise points so I took a gamble for a $10 that it would be useful. Can't even get the cheapest piece of crap snow shovel any more for $10.
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Has anyone ever used ones of these? It looks like the handles are too close together to be useful but I'm basing it solely obj one picture.
I have used one of these for the past 3 or 4 years. I it does work well and helps a little with easing back pain. The handles are close on purpose. The idea is to allow you to remain standing straight rather than bending over (which then puts more stress on your back). So it's actually a good thing that they are close together because it's a more natural for your stance.

However it does tend to trick you mentally into lifting bigger and heavier scoops of snow since the initial lifting is easier, Controlling that larger and heavier scoop as you then try to throw it ends up putting more stress on your back negating the benefit of not having to bend over during the initial lift.

As long as you use it properly, I would say the design is a little better. Definitely worth it at this price but probably not so much at it's full price
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I needed a snow shovel for CO winters, so I went ahead and bought it online and picked it up in store. The whole process was simple. The shovel itself is very study. It has the blade on the edge to help scrape ice (I'm assuming). The two separate grips are a good distance from one another; I haven't actually used it yet (obviously), but holding it and testing it that way seemed to be comfortable.
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For some reason it says I cannot redeem any of my points on this item? Why would that be?

Could someone please check and see if they have the same issue?

So I tried adding it through shopyourway.com but it said issue adding to cart.
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For some reason it says I cannot redeem any of my points on this item? Why would that be?

Could someone please check and see if they have the same issue?

So I tried adding it through shopyourway.com but it said issue adding to cart.
It's OOS on sears.com for me. Can't order, perhaps they snuck a 3rd party sellers shovel in there. or it was already OOS and their system just sucks.
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It's OOS on sears.com for me. Can't order, perhaps they snuck a 3rd party sellers shovel in there. or it was already OOS and their system just sucks.
still shows available for in-store pickup on mine.
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#10
Great deal. In for one for the winter heavy snow, thanks.
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Wait, this shovel is getting 3 thumbs up and no one can explain the purpose of the 2nd handle?
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In for one & free store pick up ....Thanks OP
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ordered one for store pickup. Hope it goes thru and won't get cancelled.
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"Store pickup not available within 50 miles"
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Wait, this shovel is getting 3 thumbs up and no one can explain the purpose of the 2nd handle?
the purpose of the flimsy 2nd handle is to break
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