Leonard 36-in Wheeled SnoMover

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Weight: 11.30 lbs

The fastest way to remove light snow from large areas!

This snow shovel?s angled flip blade efficiently pushes snow to one side, even when pushed from two directions. No lifting required! The UHMW poly blade is impact strength and built to resist wear - plus its 10-1/2-inch height ensures no over-the-top snow spillage. Handle is powder-coated tubular steel for extra durability and control. Blade measures 36 inches in width. Overall weight: 9 lbs.

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<ul class="unstyled listoption5"><li>Blade is a linear 10-1/2in high blade, when measured along the curve; it actually stands about 8-1/2in high, x 36in wide</li></ul>

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Product is covered by A.M Leonard's one-year guarantee against manufacturer defects.

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Review Summary (Based on 8 Reviews)

5 Stars

Better than a $1,500 snow thrower! wrote

It may seem hard to believe, but using this shovel/plow as I call it, is often less trouble than dealing with a gas powered snow thrower. My people absolutely love this thing. This season, we have had no more than 6" , mostly less, with any one storm. So far, the snow throwers have stayed in the truck, or with half the storms, been left behind at the shop. We actually prefer using this more often than a snow thrower. I wish I had known about these years ago.

5 Stars

They do an awesome job. wrote

Easy to assemble, made a quick job of pushing snow off board walks.

5 Stars

Perfect for my needs wrote

Right size and easy to use. Makes a hard job now FUN.

5 Stars

perfect if you have the right surface and snow depth wrote

The SnoMover handle is free swinging, the blade fixed at an angle. So you change direction by lifting the handle to flop the blade over. Other snow dozers I have used have a rigid handle to blade connection and the blade angle is adjusted via a set-pin. We have a gravel driveway and the blade doesn't dig in - if you have rough, broken, sidewalk the SnoMover isn't for you since you can't push down on the handles to lift the blade, plow above the rough surface.It is only at the end of a push that I miss being able to push down the handle to scoop and carry the snow. I found that it isn't that hard to lift the blade with my toe - get a higher blade height, work around this issue.The SnoMover has been great the last couple of light, several inch/5 cm, snow falls - either plowing with the storm, or waiting until the end to plow. The SnowMover is good when the snow is too deep for a push broom, but not deep enough to pull out the snow blower/snow paddle. Even if the snow blower/snow paddle is an instant start Snowjoe or other cordless/electric unit.Now to see how well the plastic frame holds up this winter. I left the SnoMover out when we had a 0 F/-15 C cold snap and had no issues with the plastic being brittle the next day.

5 Stars

Great pusher wrote

We use this on minor snowfalls to clear walkways around our fire stations. We have used one for 5 years now with great results. We experience 100+ inches of snow a winter, so it gets plenty of use. Firefighters enjoy using this tool!