|Manufacturer Part Number||YPP36KUU|
|Manufacturer Description||36" SNOW PUSHER|
|Country of Origin Code||Canada|
|Blade Width||36 In.|
|Overall Length||51 In.|
|Blade Height||8.5 In.|
|Handle Length||42.5 in.|
2 Stars ⭐️ ⭐️ out of 5. Great design, TERRIBLE durability!!!!! Lasted 2 snow storms before the plastic blase was worn and warped to a point of “not useable”!!!!! Ive had shovels last years, even lifetime. Not this one! It does make pushing large areas super fast/easy. Love it 😍 HOWEVER, the blade needs a metal protector or something. Driveway/sidewalk, doesnt matter... your shovel WILL be worn after 1 use. Great idea. Terrible execution. Spend your $40 elsewhere. Id avoid buying this unless they fix the problem.
Much easier using this pusher on my back than our last one.
does the job. great shovel. sturdy
After ~10 years of use, I really appreciate this shovel. With a traditional shovel motion, my lower back hurts and has cost me chiropractic & physical therapy bills. This shovel is so much ergonomically better and I don't have those issues. It works good on snow (wet & dry) up to about 4". Beyond that, I pull out the snow blower. The poly plastic blade does wear as you might expect. I'm looking to repurchase for that reason. It has been good money spent and I'm happy to do it again. Lastly, I like to follow things fast. The wide 36" blade it great.
If you need a good shovel to push snow out of the way, this is the one for you. For decades, I have been using a small snow shovel. I saw the maintenance guys using one of these at work and decided to buy one. I can't believe how great it works. It's a HUGE time saver. I can clear my driveway in literally half the time. Other shovels like this that I've seen (granted they are metal), but are well over $100. The plastic seems to be made of very rigid material and even scrapes ice off my concrete driveway. I honestly can't say enough good things about this product. I just told my father about it and he purchased one too. Keep in mind this is a push shovel, so you have to either push the snow completely off your driveway/sidewalk or else shovel the pile that it creates.