The Perfect Gift
Go Green - No Gas needed
Blade changes angle on the fly
Pushes and Piles
No lifting required
Folds for storage
Blade flips for double the life
30 inch blade to clear a wide path
Back pull snow in tight areas
A few Tips
When using your Shuvalot, push the snow a few feet onto the grass so you will have room for more snow later. On the first snow you can run a wheel on the grass and angle the blade to move the snow a few feet onto the grass.
If it is going to snow over 3 inches, go out before it quits snowing and take a few minutes and remove the snow.
While doing your driveway, if your row of snow gets to deep straighten your Shuvalot and push some snow onto the grass then go back and make rows again.
If your blade seems to collapse straighten your Shuvalot and hit the object in the center of the blade to push it out of the way. Sometimes you may need to push down on the handle a little and go over the top of the object (like ice that may have dripped from your car).
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Thank You for considering a Shuvalot!
#1 tip for
Don't Drive on Your Snow!
Take five minutes and push the snow out of the way, you will be glad you did. With Shuvalot this job will be a lot easier and faster, no lifting required.
I have been shoveling snow for many years and have used different shovels and snow blowers. If it does not snow over three inches, I like to use a shovel. I recently went out looking for a new snow shovel or maybe a single stage snow blower for these times. I determined single stage snow blowers are too expensive. When looking at the shovels I did not find one I liked. I also looked at snow pushers with wheels. I found, you could not pile the snow at the end of the push because the blade floats on the surface. The blade angle could not be changed because it had a fixed angle that prevented a straight push at the end of a run.
So, I designed my own. The Shuvalot is what I came up with. I designed it with a state of the art UHMWPE blade that can be flipped over after years of use, this will double the life of the blade. The Shuvalot has two handles with a wheel on each handle. The angle of the blade can be changed on the fly by pushing either handle forward. At the end of the push, you can straighten the blade to pile the snow. By pushing down on the handles the blade goes up. This allows you to put the snow in a pile, about three feet high! Pushing snow with Shuvalot is easier and faster than lifting with a shovel and requires no gas like a snow blower. Now, when you are in a hurry, you can take the time to clear your driveway instead of driving on your snow.
If you would like to pay by check you can call, email or text. information is on the top or to the left on this web page.
is made from UHMWPE
is 7 times lighter than steel
is 3 times lighter than aluminum
has Unmatched impact strength
is 6 times more abrasion resistant than steel
has a Low friction coefficient that makes it slick in any weather
The Blade is Virtually unbreakable
But it can warp with hot temperature.Do not leave in temperatures over 110 degrees F, example is garage attic or in a hot car.
Purchase at the following locations
Jo Jo's Closet
1404 E Cedar,Brandon,SD
305 NW 13th St, Beresford, SD
406 Dell Rapids, SD
or buy on line for$79.99
Plus Shipping and handling
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Delivered a Shuvalot to Allen S. His place of business bought one and after the first snow they bought another one. Allen purchased one a few weeks later. As you can see this is not his only snow removal tool. Thanks Allen
Even looks good folded up on a Turkish rug. Not. recommended for indoor use.
John R said, "15 min to clean 2" snow this morning with my Shuvalot."
Jacob's mom said, "I am not sure what I am more grateful for the Shuvalot or Jacob doing the driveway!"
Thank you for considering a Shuvalot Snow Pusher on Wheels
John's mom said works great and cannot wait for next snow. Thanks John
Cheryl E. says, Additional use....clearing the leaves from the curb!
Norma said, I like to get out and do a little when I can. Norma is 83. Thank you Norma!
Where have all the Shuvalots been Shipped to?
Del Rapids, SD
Hill City, SD
Little Eagle, SD
Rapid City, SD
Sioux Falls, SD
Valley Springs, SD
Le Mars, IA
Orange City, IA
Sioux Center, IA
Fort Collins, CO
Platte City, MO
East Meadow, NY
La Crosse, WI
New Lenox, IL
|If You are Passing Through the Sioux Falls Area You Need to stop For Your Shuvalot
Patent Pending - Shuvalot - Built in Sioux Falls South Dakota, USA - Patent Pending