Nice for a 72 hr kit.26 of 49 people found this review helpful
Considering I'm in a tornado zone, you never know when you just might need something like this. I was able to fit it in my 72 hr kit with plenty of room for a few other nick nacks. I thought it was very easy to unfold and set up. I liked the carry case it came with too.
Compact3 of 6 people found this review helpful
Folding shovel is very compact, easy to handle, carry, use. A little pricey but worth the convenience if needed.
This folding shovel is an important part of our emergency supplies2 of 5 people found this review helpful
Its small lightweight size makes it possible to include it in our bug out bag. In any emergency situation it is handy and convenient. Can be used to bury waste, dig up edible roots, etc. There is no limit to its uses.
Good for 72 hr kit3 of 7 people found this review helpful
Fits well in a 72 hr kit, like the bag and is small enough to it's not bulkie.
Good for 72 hr kit3 of 6 people found this review helpful
Is very small and portable and fits nice in a 72 hr kit.
Just like the military
These are just like the ones that the military uses and they are cheaper than going to an army navy store. This even comes with a case like the military ones.
This is a great little tool. Just like the one I was issued in the military.
Very Strong For It's Size
I was surprised at how well this shovel is made. I keep one in my trunk for snow & ice emergencies. Nice compact size and a well put together case makes it easy to store or carry.
good size shovel.
a good size shovel that will be perfect and will fit in a backpack ready whenever you need it.
Versatile16 of 32 people found this review helpful
This is a versatile tool that is great for camping trips or to be used any many other applications. Well worth the cost. Great for a Bug Out Bag.
compact size and light weight26 of 49 people found this review helpful
For the cost, this was an excellent value to my portable emergency supplies!
not a real shovel
This worked fine for digging shallow trenches. I wouldn't want to use it for any real job. It's heavy, and a little awkward to carry. After a while it got stuck in the closed position, it took a vise, some pliers, and some WD40 to break the nut lose. I still have it around, and it works for small jobs, but I store it in the open position now - just in case