anthony perkins: that's a great idea. I've called all over and no one has a snow shovel.
Guess ill be making my own now. saves money and I'm all about that.
God is One: said it was easy, but lost his breath at the end
Scott Stewart: Good for an2 inch or less of snow . I would like to see him do 12 inches
Joseph Mckay: lol. slow down there big guy and catch your breath..
Bob Germanovich: i did the same thing by grabbing a half-sheet of 3/4" plywood, digging the
edge down to the sidewalk and pushing til i got to the end. no assembly
Dawna Brumbaugh: My teen boys loved this idea! I wish I cud see how to make it...they like.
the idea of quicker shoveling & I can't blame them with how cold it is
right now. Even our schools are closed due to extreme temps. So I don't
want them out so long but some of our neighbors are elderly & need help.
scotty wilson: push it pull it haha lol if u know what i mean
cbsctomh: But Wait...there's more!!!
camila reed: funny
john burke: Genius idea
Maxime Thériault: It's Bubble.
chimara starship: brilliant wish i saw this at the beginning of winter now my back is paying
Shelia Warren: Ingenuity!! Fantastic! I'm trying to make one RIGHT NOW!!!
RChero1010: Is this what cocaine does? lol
594bolt: push it,pull it...have a heart attack! If it doesn't burn fossil fuel,then
cleo3214ify: U can push with the reculer one
fred sims: Push it good! Just push it1
myviews: see how creative people can get when they have a long and painful driveway
wish it would work on my 700' gravel driveway
TIKIMAN198: Love the 1/2 inch of snow it leaves on the ground.... worthless.
Tyler Kutney: were there drugs involved with the creation of this?
THEZMEISTER123: its nice but it doesnt get deep down in to it and then the ground freezes
Mike Melroy: I like the idea. And I was just wondering, do you have any still pics so I
can better see how you constructed yours ? I think I have the jist of it,
but to have a pic or two to reference would be best for me. I do plan on
making 2 actually. One for the sidewalk, and one for my driveway.
xNiCkxquiCkScopEx: what if its heavy wet snow a layer of ice?
Yesquiet: Mr DeVille . . i'm ready for more close-ups
Darryl Barker: WHAT DID YOU SAY???
andresloveline: Why are there always people who dislike positive thinking? Picky
complaining bastards! This guys teaching a great idea!
Camdg2010: the rear wheels make it easier to move cuz you just push it and pull it
without having to lift it.
ksquills: Great concept. Thanks for sharing! Had to shoveling ten inches of snow on
gravel driveway last night and it wasn't long (5 mins) before I put down
the shovel and search for an easier solution. I ended up grabbing a snow
roof rake and car "snow brum" (blue square foam contraption for cleaning
snow off SUVs and trucks) to quickly "rake" the snow from the entire
driveway with less effort. I was thinking about buying the wovel wheel
shovel but not so sure I need one now. Thanks again for sharing!
wa2zvt: Made one years ago and it works ,But if its wet heavy snow, go back to plan
29cyclones: you use alot less energy, but hes gasping for air
Olddog231: useless when there is heavy drifiting
Ilkka Saarinen: Not that effective when you have around 3 meter piles of it in the front
Camdg2010: i have a some what better idea.... get an old push lawn mower (if you can)
and take these parts OFF> blade,motor,front wheels,choke/throttle off
handle bars so its just the mower frame and the handle and rear wheels.
THEN!!! get a peice of wood any size and bolt it to the front! i will post
a vid of how i do mine. Ive made many over the years and they never fail!
you can eaven angle the front blade so it pushes off to the side.
jakeleblanc1112: I made mine and i works great
fluff125: It's great for large flat area's. But it's less versatile for the little
nooks and crannies and stuff. Just make sure that it's easy to take apart
so you can switch back to the shovel.
Belajas: Or then you just go and buy a proper snow pusher or is there honestly no
places in US thats sell example proper Fiskars snow pushers??? (tip: google
the finnish word lumikola to see how proper snow pusher looks, instead of
those poor excuses of a shovels and scrap pushers that you seem to have in
Robster: or you could just not be a cheap ass an but a 1 or 2 stage snowblower
Nick Tasse: try it in wet snow.
brianstacync: dry snow great. wet snow, u r fk'd
F250Harvest: Someone needs to lay of the cocaine.,,,,
Belajas: Or what ever its called in US, sleigh shovel... whatever...
sleeptyper: TV Shop -dude ?
Pos Aro: simple but great idea, will try to build it. Many Thanks
gatecitydj: dude, great idea. We also have the same shovel
Omerack: this wouldn't be great on a gravel driveway would it?
Devin Buckley: I can hardly understand what he's saying
keola32: Good idea! Thanks for sharing!
Mike Warren: manmade plow,,,, as aposed to a farm grown pow?
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