Blue Hawk 47-in Fiberglass Long-Handle Transfer Shovel

Blue Hawk 47-in Fiberglass Long-Handle Transfer Shovel by Blue Hawk at Oahu Handyman. MPN: PCL-FP-BH 33626. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. nullForward-turned steps. Home-owner grade shovel with fiberglass handle. Cushion-grip for added comfort and control.

Blue Hawk 47-in Fiberglass Long-Handle Transfer Shovel by Blue Hawk
4.4 out of 5 stars with 33 reviews
Condition: New
Availability: In Stock



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Features & Highlights

  • Forward-turned steps
  • Home-owner grade shovel with fiberglass handle
  • Cushion-grip for added comfort and control

Additional Information

Blue Hawk
Blue Hawk
PCL-FP-BH 33626
Part Number:
PCL-FP-BH 33626
Blue Hawk


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