dealslong handle round point shovel with fiberglass…

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Good. Got some bodies I need to take care of.

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Will this work with a Mac?

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@mtm2: Can I give you some of mine too?

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With the long handle, you don't need to limit yourself to a shallow grave.

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I needed one of these but our Sears shut down last year due to the economy. RATS!

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No thanks, when it comes to Sears, you might as well go with Craftsmen brand so you get the automatic lifetime warranty, no questions asked

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@nflemming2004: lifetime warranty won't do much good when Sears closes

they're in decline...and selling inventory

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@baybei: Depends - can you afford my rates?

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@sskarstad: I see it as more bodies per hole - kinda like MPG.

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@mtm2: Oh, I don't know....I haven't won the lottery yet, so probably not :(

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When I hear of anything fiberglass that gets significantly handled, I fear NASTY fiberglass splinters - extremely hard to find and get out. I had some driveway markers made of fiberglass some time ago, and just dumped them all. Just handling them twice per year, insertion and removal for winter, and got awful splinters. I wouldn't want to HAVE to wear gloves every time using a shovel...

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Can't ya just call a spade a spade?

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@souka: Selling inventory- and restocking. That's how it's supposed to work.
If the "experts" were right, Sears, Kmart, Penneys and others would've been gone years ago. I believe trends, not experts, and, while they've been through tough times, they don't appear to be done.
Most of my yard tools are Craftsman for this reason.

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7.22 for a shovel shipped? how can anyone beat that! in for it!.

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tried to charge me $8.25 shipping no dice. Looks like a dead deal.

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Finally! I can get that hobo out of my trunk.

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I'm with @tucketdog. Fiberglass splinters are incredibly nasty. I would never take a chance with something like this.

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We used these for a minute at work, that's how long it took before the handles broke.

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No matter what kind of handle a shovel has the user, assuming they are using it for digging a hole, should wear gloves. Else the blisters will be worse than a tiny fibergalss splinter.

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Pay attention people, this is NOT a Craftsman shovel!!! Sure it is from Sears, but it is not Craftsman, so that equals no lifetime warrany! Don't be fooled, you can get a similar shovel at the dollar store.

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I'm the shoveler.God's given me a gift. I shovel well. I shovel very well.

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Seriously? Has no one noticed the tags yet? Love them! In case they get changed here they are for record: shovel, dig, a, hole
Nice job @bill7718

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Can't have too many shovels laying around... especially at this price.

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@mmischke: especially during the summer, the smell is horrible. Makes it almost impossible to drop the kids off at school without someone saying something. In the winter, it's not that bad though.