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Great $8 Digger Shovel At Aldi

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Aldi is selling a very nice digger shovel for only $8.

 

 

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Good deal, would pick one up if there was an Aldi's around here.  

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Nice buy for $8

Not sure why they put a "D" handle on a long handle though........  No leverage.

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I sure hope you don't take that shovel to a park!

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A good one for digging clams !!!

 

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OK I felt I should post a photo of my digger I bought at Hm. Depot, Just cut a bit off handle to fit me, and wrapped top of handle with padding so it is also comfortable to dig with.   :cool:

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