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[Lowe's] [YMMV]Snow shovels on clearance

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Dec 17, 2017
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[Lowe's] [YMMV]Snow shovels on clearance

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Deal Addict
Mar 13, 2012
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Unsurprisingly, completely OOS in Calgary.
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Jul 21, 2013
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Calgary
blind56 wrote: Unsurprisingly, completely OOS in Calgary.
Picked up 2 about 2 weeks ago, there was still lots of stock in Signal Hill.
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Jan 22, 2008
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Did I sleep in again? Is it April already?
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Mar 13, 2012
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Calgary
Roger21 wrote: Picked up 2 about 2 weeks ago, there was still lots of stock in Signal Hill.
All gone by now according to website.
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Feb 17, 2016
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Toronto
First time searching for shovels, which of them do you recommend? They are available in my area, South Etobicoke.
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Jan 13, 2017
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Thanks OP! Was looking for snow shovels. Needed to get two, and just ordered!
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Aug 29, 2018
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Weird, they have no ergonomic handle ones. Those really save your back. Only shovel I'll use
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Nov 27, 2019
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Thanks OP! Order didn't go through on my laptop for some reason but tried again on my phone and it worked. The Lowe's website is the worst !
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Jul 5, 2008
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Lowe's must know something. Getting rid of snow shovels before winter means there will be very little snow. Either that or they stocked up for snowbirds and now the border will open and they can head south instead of shovel. :)
[OP]
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Dec 17, 2017
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lepoie wrote: First time searching for shovels, which of them do you recommend? They are available in my area, South Etobicoke.
Plastic and polycarbonate ones doesn't scrap trampled snow well, metal ones does but they do get stuck a lot on sidewalks.
If you have a small drive way and and small side walk to clean that doesn't get a lot of traffic imo polycarbonate shovel should be good enough.
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Kaptain21 wrote: Plastic and polycarbonate ones doesn't scrap trampled snow well, metal ones does but they do get stuck a lot on sidewalks.
If you have a small drive way and and small side walk to clean that doesn't get a lot of traffic imo polycarbonate shovel should be good enough.
Also important to note that if you have a composite deck the metal edge ones will scratch it.

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