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22" Mini Folding Shovel Camping Shovel Folding Axe Pick (with Belt Case)

by JND


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Product Features

  • Heavy Duty High Quality Steel
  • Sharp Black Coated Finish
  • Easily Portable, Very Light
  • Two Varying Serrated Edges on the Shovel
  • Looped Belt Case Included

Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight1.2 Kg
Product Dimensions25.1 x 19.8 x 6.6 cm
Item model numberTRUP1006
Brand NameJND
  
Additional Information
ASINB0040UKP1K
Best Sellers Rank #76,693 in Sports & Outdoors (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.4 Kg
Date First AvailableSept. 10 2010
  
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Product Description

The tri-folding shovel gives you a durable tool for use on any camping or outdoors trip. It unfolds from just a little over 9 inches to over 22 inches of length. The tough, rigid lock collar at the end allows you to lock the shovel at 90 degrees for use as a pick or 180 degrees for use as your standard shovel. It also includes the tough Velcro closure carry case with belt loop for true ease of portability. The end of the shovel has 2 types of saw blades integrated into it. Made of steel, this shovel is designed to last you many years of shoveling duty. Features & Specifications Color: Black Approx. 9.5 Inches When Folded Aprox. 22.5 Inches When Unfolded Pointed End For Use As Pick 2 Types of Saw Blade Teeth Broad 5.75 Inch Shovel End Width

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3.0 out of 5 stars Could be just a little larger, but I like it. Aug. 27 2013
By Doc - Published on Amazon.com
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This shovel compared favorably to similar ones that I've seen and had over the years. It is a classic design trenching tool, and appears rugged enough to occasional use around the property and when out camping.
The addition of the pick is a nice touch. The design allows the whole shovel to be folded into a space not much larger than the blade, and it slips nicely into the sheath/case, which can be attached to a belt or very easily stowed in a backpack, behind the seat of truck or in the spare tire well of a car. I bought two; one to keep in the truck, and one to have for camping and the like.
My only complaint is that it is almost too small. I really wish that they had invested in a little more steel and made the blade about an inch or two wider, and an inch or two longer, and length of the entire piece, about 2-3 inches greater. The greater length would have given better power to each swing when in pick mode, and greater reach when in shovel configuration. Also, a little greater length would've allow for shorter, less powerful chops with the pick, without the need to fully extend the arms in order to avoid hitting oneself in the face on the back swings. A larger blade would've allowed the removal of more material with each scoop. Nevertheless, I find these to be acceptable for occasional, small and light jobs, or to keep for the occasional emergency digout of a stuck tire.
This shovel compared favorably to similar ones that I've seen and had over the years. It is a classic design trenching tool, and appears rugged enough to occasional use around the property and when out camping. The addition of the pick is a nice touch. The design allows the whole shovel to be folded into a space not much larger than the blade, and it slips nicely into the sheath/case, which can be attached to a belt or very easily stowed in a backpack, behind the seat of truck or in the spare tire well of a car. I bought two; one to keep in the truck, and one to have for camping and the like.My only complaint is that it is almost too small. I really wish that they had invested in a little more steel and made the blade about an inch or two wider, and an inch or two longer, and length of the entire piece, about 2-3 inches greater. The greater length would have given better power to each swing when in pick mode, and greater reach when in shovel configuration. Also, a little greater length would've allow for shorter, less powerful chops with the pick, without the need to fully extend the arms in order to avoid hitting oneself in the face on the back swings. A larger blade would've allowed the removal of more material with each scoop. Nevertheless, I find these to be acceptable for occasional, small and light jobs, or to keep for the occasional, emergency digging out of a stuck tire. These would also work well in a flower garden, when something is called for which is a little heavier than a hand trowel
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