U-Dig-It Folding Hand Shovel


U-Dig-It Folding Hand Shovel

  • U-Dig-It Folding Hand Shovel


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0.50 lbs
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$9.95
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U-Dig-It® Folding Shovel is a lightweight, versatile digging tool made of durable stainless steel.

Save your fingers! This little folding shovel moves far more dirt and gravel than will your rock hammer. This small, hand sized, stainless steel, folding shovel about the size of a garden hand trowel. The heavy wire frame handle folds out and locks. The light weight makes it a great accessory for your rockhounding and the case, either leather or ballistic nylon, keeps it right their on your belt ready for use. Similar to the famous U-Dig-It folding shovels. The U-Dig-It folding shovels are made in the USA and the quality is better. But the price of this folding shovel is about half the price. Made by the same manufacturer as U-Dig-It folding shovels.
  • Collapses for storage
  • Useful for clearing rocks/debris, burying waste, plant removal, scaling fish, and digging pits for campfires
  • May also be used as a cooking utensil (can be heated)
  • Blade Size LxWxD: 5.25” x 2.2” x 1” (134 x 56 x 25mm)
  • Shovel closed LxWxD: 5.75” x 2.5” x 1” (146 x 65 x 25mm)
  • Shovel open LxWxD: 9” x 2.5” x 1.25” (233 x 65 x 32mm)
  • Shovel weight: 5.2 oz. (147g)
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