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fonzbear2000
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join:2005-08-09
Saint Paul, MN

Where can I buy a heated snow shovel?

I Google heated snow shovel and see it talked about and mentioned, but I don't see any sites offering the product for sale. Does anyone know where I can buy such an item? Thanks much.
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Lone Wolf
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There ain't no such thing readily available.

Get a wovel, »www.thegreenhead.com/2006/01/wov···ovel.php

Good luck!

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Bloominite
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reply to fonzbear2000

This is a little messy, but a lot less work:
»en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Smudge_pot
And, as an added bonus, it'll sound like a pulse jet and scare the bejeebers outta the neighbors.



The Pig
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reply to fonzbear2000

If you do find one you may not want one.
»www.ehow.com/how_4611472_use-hea···vel.html
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reply to fonzbear2000

I happen to have a wovel too (though I got it last year and I think it is the same, it is called now a sno wovel), and nothing significant really sticks to it, but a shot of wd40 or silicon takes that away.. But the way it throws snow and really snaps at the end, the snow doesnt seem to stick.. that and since you are using your body weight the push and throw, the minor extra snow weight doesnt seem to matter(the blade is much larger than a regular shovel blade ). Not sure if that related to the heated shovel question , but with the wovel/sno wovel I can beat my neighbors snowblower anyway.. and it breaks down and stores on the wall...cool.. though it is a little funny looking (but making it easy and saving my back are more important).. good luck.



Murdoc
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Manitowoc, WI

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reply to fonzbear2000

Why would anyone want to shovel? I did it for many years, until I became a homeowner and got a big snow blower that just blows that wet snow and crunchs up them chunks. I only use the shovel to do the steps. Mine costed quite about though about $1300.00 thats not including tax. ( the snow blower not the shovel! )



EUS
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I'll keep shoveling as it's the most exercise I'll see this winter.



The Pig
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reply to Murdoc

The way my setup is I can't use a blower, not enough room.
I have one of those Electric Shovels, but never use it. I am like some here I rather hand shovel for the exercise which I get very little of as of late.
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RockyBB
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Steamboat Springs, CO
reply to fonzbear2000

back when I had a big driveway, I loved this bad boy... Suncast SF1850 22-Inch Big Scoop Snow Shovel with Wear Strip ... spray some Pam on the blade and the snow won't stick. you push the snow, there's no lifting. great for short, fat guys like me.



CylonRed
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reply to fonzbear2000

I live in Ohio - never seen or saw one advertised - batteries and cord would be a pain and batteries would not begin to last long enough.
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Murdoc
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Manitowoc, WI
reply to The Pig

hear you there guys, about the exercise. I got enough upper body workout still, but without the back aches. If i shoveled that stuff I wouldnt be doing much of anything after. The stuff that hit in wisconsin you would need a pick axe to get threw some of it after it got hard. Got nailed with that wet snow.



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Houston, TX
reply to fonzbear2000

Snow ?



burner50
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reply to fonzbear2000

Why would you want a heated snow shovel? The snow will stick to the shovel.



fonzbear2000
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Saint Paul, MN

said by burner50:

Why would you want a heated snow shovel? The snow will stick to the shovel.
Hoping to make the job easier, but if it stuck to the shovel, it would actually make the snow heavier. Damn, Minnesota winters suck!
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burner50
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said by fonzbear2000:

said by burner50:

Why would you want a heated snow shovel? The snow will stick to the shovel.
Hoping to make the job easier, but if it stuck to the shovel, it would actually make the snow heavier. Damn, Minnesota winters suck!
better off with a frozen shovel... I made that mistake... Once.

I was worried about a drift keeping me from my garage so i brought the snow shovel inside...Warm shovel and cold snow made things horrible. Had to stop every three scoops to knock the snow/slush out of the shovel.
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fonzbear2000
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join:2005-08-09
Saint Paul, MN

said by burner50:

said by fonzbear2000:

said by burner50:

Why would you want a heated snow shovel? The snow will stick to the shovel.
Hoping to make the job easier, but if it stuck to the shovel, it would actually make the snow heavier. Damn, Minnesota winters suck!
better off with a frozen shovel... I made that mistake... Once.

I was worried about a drift keeping me from my garage so i brought the snow shovel inside...Warm shovel and cold snow made things horrible. Had to stop every three scoops to knock the snow/slush out of the shovel.
Better off moving to Florida! LOL! Oh well, I'll just deal with it and if it gets too bad, there are people on craigslist that will plow out the driveway for around $30.
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Omega
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Somerset, NJ

said by fonzbear2000:

Better off moving to Florida! LOL! Oh well, I'll just deal with it and if it gets too bad, there are people on craigslist that will plow out the driveway for around $30.
I'll take the snow over the humidity of Florida any day.
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Paulg
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Neenah, WI
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reply to fonzbear2000

Get yourself one of these:

»www.silverbear.biz/products/scoo···dex.html
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fonzbear2000
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Saint Paul, MN
reply to Omega

said by Omega:

said by fonzbear2000:

Better off moving to Florida! LOL! Oh well, I'll just deal with it and if it gets too bad, there are people on craigslist that will plow out the driveway for around $30.
I'll take the snow over the humidity of Florida any day.
Florida's humidity>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>having spent EVERY winter for the last 34 years of my entire life in Minnesota and Wisconsin.
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penypinch
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Henning, MN
reply to fonzbear2000

LOL
Any truck dealership and add the plow to it
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fonzbear2000
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Saint Paul, MN
reply to Paulg

said by Paulg:

Get yourself one of these:

»www.silverbear.biz/products/scoo···dex.html
The price is a bit steep, but that is pretty sweet.
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fonzbear2000
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Saint Paul, MN
reply to penypinch

said by penypinch:

LOL
Any truck dealership and add the plow to it
Goos Luck
Thanks. If worse comes to worse, I'll get someone from craigslist to plow it for $30.
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Paulg
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reply to fonzbear2000

It's worth every penny. When I lived up there, we had 3 of them, one was at least 20 years old and still solid.
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della85

join:2009-12-16
reply to fonzbear2000

well, hmm, recently i bought a small snow shovel from uxsight.com which has a case to carry, it is much more convenient for me. ,


penypinch
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Henning, MN

said by della85:

has a case to carry, it is much more convenient for me. ,
LOL I think I would rather have the case also
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