REDCAMP Multitool Hand Hiking Shovel for Camping, Small Lightweight Backpacking Trowel with Carrying Bag, 0.55lbs, Silver

September 10, 2019 - Comment
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Product Features

  • ▲SERRATED EDGE DESIGN. The sharpened edge is for digging and the serrated saw edge cuts through woods
  • ▲Comfortable and Ergonomic Grip: The handle is made from comfortable and soft Nylon Rope. The rope can be unfastened for unexpected emergency use
  • ▲Ultralight and Easy to Carry: Amazingly lightweight and portable. Only 0.55LBS. This sturdy shovel is convenient to store in your bag. The carry pouch has a loop so the shovel may attach to a belt or backpack
  • ▲Durability and High Quality: This backcountry trowel is made of heavy duty and strong hardened steel. Extremely durable, bend resistant, and has a lot of levering power. The blade is rust and scratch resistant, stays razor sharp and you can wash it easily
  • ▲ALL-IN-ONE SURVIVAL TOOL SET: This camping shovel is the one tool true survivalists MUST HAVE for taking on the outdoors. Used by outdoorsmen and gardeners worldwide. It is perfect for digging, sawing, chopping, cutting, chiseling, self-defense, scraping fish scales, shoveling and cutting branches. Can be also used as nail puller, ruler, wrench. Great for hunting, camping, hiking, backpacking. Gardeners can also use it to weed and dig holes in hard soil

Comments

Anonymous says:

Poop hole trowel I’ve used it in my yard to dig out the grass from around my sprinkler head it was choking. Primary reason I bought it was for digging “cat holes” <–think that’s the term, basically a hole in the ground to poop in when camping. The flaws with this is I can see my hand sliding if I try to dig into hard dirt. I’m going to put tape over the “saw” and the knife end to prevent any problems. As for it being a multi-tool, uhm. yeah I guess(?) you might be able to pull out a nail with that cut out…

Anonymous says:

Let’s call it what it is… I bought this item for one reason and one reason only. Digging catholes in the rocky, non-existent top soil of southern Missouri while hiking and backpacking. For that, this item works just great. As a “Survival Tool” however, I’m certain it would under-perform. My son has Fisher Price saws that are sharper than the one on the side of this shovel. Unfortunately the saw is really the only portentially useful function of all of the “survival features”. At the end of the day, this is a great…

Anonymous says:

CAAAAN YOUUUUUU DIIIIIIG IT???? I loved it when Shaq used to say thatlol, this is a great tool. Very handy when camping, or quick use at home when you want to compost. I use it daily, the extra features like screwing or nail removing is great, but have yet to need it so far. They also gave me a free gift when I purchased it. Something to keep with you Maybe in your wallet or car! If you read this review, and looked at this picture I posted please click “HELPFUL”!

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