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Corona® Long-handled #12 Steel Scoop Shovel

Item No: 148022

Product Information

Corona® Long-handled #12 Steel Scoop Shovel

Ideal for for heavy-duty applications like grains, snow, mulch and general-purpose cleaning

  • Heavy-duty, 14-gauge tempered blade for durability
  • #12 Western-style scoop head with reinforced ribs
  • Long american ash handle

Corona® Long-handled #12 Steel Scoop Shovel has a thick, 14-gauge tempered blade that will hold up better than aluminum. The #12 Western-style scoop head measures 14-1/2"W x 18"L and includes reinforced ribs for heavy-duty applications including grains, snow, mulch and general-purpose cleaning. 48" hardwood straight handle. Total length of 67-1/2". Imported.

2015 Master Catalog: Page 375

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Corona® Long-handled #12 Steel Scoop Shovel
 
4.2

(based on 6 reviews)

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67%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Quality materials (6)
  • Wide head (5)
  • Comfortable grip (3)

Cons

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      5.0

      long handled scoops are hard to find

      By Dave R.

      from Norton, Ohio

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      Pros

      • Comfortable Grip
      • Extra Long Handle
      • Quality Materials
      • Well Balanced Feel
      • Wide Head

      Cons

      • Handle Could Be Heavier

      Best Uses

      • Manure
      • Saw Dust
      • Snow

      Comments about Corona® Long-handled #12 Steel Scoop Shovel:

      Like all new shovels, they need scratched up a little to break them in. Expensive but hard to find, so I got two. My old steel one lasted 30 years. I had an aluminum one that didn't make it 1 year. The whole idea is leverage and the short handled scoops hurt my back. Good quality shovel and I am happy.

       
      5.0

      Hard to find this type...perfect sp far

      By Dave R.

      from Norton, Ohio

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      Pros

      • Comfortable Grip
      • Quality Materials
      • Steel Will Last
      • Well Balanced Feel
      • Wide Head

      Cons

      • New Shovels Need Broke-in

      Best Uses

      • Manure Unloading
      • Multch
      • Saw Dust
      • Snow shoveling

      Comments about Corona® Long-handled #12 Steel Scoop Shovel:

      Like all new shovels, they need the shine taken off the handle so it isn't so slippery & scratch some so things don't stick to the blade. I have a 30 year old steel grain shovel that I replaced. I had a aluminum one too that only lasted about 10 months. Steel is heavier, but it will last. If I could ask for anything, I'd like the handle to be a little bigger around, per my big hands. With gloves on it's perfect now. I had a hard time finding a steel shovel this big, so I bought two. Don't be afraid to pay for quality.

       
      3.0

      long handled #10 steel scoop shovel

      By bill

      from greenville, sc

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      Pros

      • Quality Materials
      • Sturdy construction
      • Wide Head

      Cons

      • Handle too large
      • Too heavy

      Best Uses

      • Leaf Removal

      Comments about Corona® Long-handled #12 Steel Scoop Shovel:

      I was to use the product to pick up heavy, wet leaves and put them in containers for pickup. The weight combinations of wet leaves and the shovel make working with it too much.

       
      5.0

      Heavy duty steel shovel

      By Steve

      from NY

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      Pros

      • Quality Materials

      Cons

        Best Uses

          Comments about Corona® Long-handled #12 Steel Scoop Shovel:

          I would have liked a shorter wider shovel but none were available, I wanted a heavy steel scoop shovel and this fit the bill.

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          2.0

          Handle and blade too heavy. Size OK.

          By No Nickname

          from Dayton, OH

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          Pros

          • Quality Materials
          • Wide Head

          Cons

          • Blade too heavy
          • Handle diameter excessive

          Best Uses

          • Snow removal

          Comments about Corona® Long-handled #12 Steel Scoop Shovel:

          I was disappointed with this scoop shovel although the blade size, shape and long handle were what I wanted. I think the both the scoop and handle are too heavy. I have a very old, 40 to 60 years, long handle steel scoop shovel, similar in size, which is considerably lighter which in now cracked from fatigue and worn from moving snow on a large home parking area. I have reinforced it with epoxy and will continue to use it even though I ordered subject shovel, and two others, also not quite what I hoped to get. Most of the time I use the shovel to lift and throw, with minimal effort, snow which has been pushed to the edge of the large parking area with one from a selection of home-made wooden tees with plywood blades, 30 to 40 inch wide, and a broad handle. Occasionally one has to deal with thick ice and scoops are very good for breaking and pushing ice off the parking area. Subject scoop would work well for that.

          It is my opinion that the handle has larger than necessary diameter. The coating on the scoop may add durability but I doubt it is worth the added weight. It may help keep snow from sticking to the shovel, which would be positive feature.

          We had about two inches of snow today to remove and between a wooden tee and a show blower, recently acquired, we had little need for the shovel and only made use of a smaller scoop to remove an area of packed snow.

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