Stainless Round Mouth Shovel w/Long Handle

Item Number: SJ3050K
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Stainless Round Mouth Shovel W/Long Handle

With FSC approved weatherproofed ash handles.
Extra long sockets and double rivets for added strength.
Mirror polished heads slip easily through the soil. Resists rust and are easy to clean.

62" overall, Head 12" x 9"
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Shovel
Apr 15, 2016  |  By John Irwin
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Outstanding quality and service.


Hercobob
Apr 25, 2016  |  By Robert Kaufman
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Great Products


Spear and Jackson shovel
Oct 11, 2016  |  By Johnny Saichuk
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I own a Spear and Jackson shovel purchased in 1961. My background is agriculture so I feel qualified to evaluate shovels having spent many hours with one in my hands. After searching every hardware and big box store and coming away dissatisfied with the shovels they offered I searched on line and was happy to see Spear and Jackson were still in business. Kinsman had one of the shovels I had looked at and at a very reasonable price. Looks and feels like a shovel is supposed to. Hope it lasts as long as my "old favorite".


Not As Advertised
Jul 28, 2018  |  By Noah
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Sadly, it misses the advertised mark. I toured at least half dozen local stores, from the big boxes to the local mom and pops I prefer. They all pretty much carried one of three sub-par and shorter shovels. I'm six foot six in my work boots and wanted more length and quality. This Spear and Jackson shovel was advertised at 62 inches but with my tape measure it reads 58 inches from tip of the blade to the top of the handle, perhaps they are counting the curve and get those extra 4 inches that way?. Oh well I thought, still longer than the local stores carry. Then I picked it up and made a shovel movement in the air and the head of the shovel wiggled. So, I get to figure out how to fix my brand-new shovel a day before I am supposed to clear 2 acres of brush. Does no-one make a quality product anymore for the working class blue collar?

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