Non-Metallic Composite Digger


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Robust Non-Metallic Polymer Digger with Extra Wide and Deep Blade. Helps Save Time and Energy Recovering Finds
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Kellyco Non-Metallic Composite Digger
Robust Non-Metallic Polymer Digger with Extra Wide and Deep Blade. Helps Save Time and Energy Recovering Finds

Unbreakable - robust non-metallic polymer digger with extra wide and deep blade helps you save time as well as energy recovering your finds. Equal to other unbreakable diggers that sell for $14.95 or more. Use on land or in water. Extra strong blade measures 5.75" in length, and is 3" wide. Digger is virtually unbreakable.

  • SKU 1490-7978
  • Quick Look Kellyco’s Non-Metallic Composite Digger has an extra-strong, wide & deep blade which saves energy & makes recovery easier
  • Product Dimensions 11.00x3.50x2.25
  • Manufacturer SKU 379780-1004 (79786931J)
  • Manufacturer Fiskars
  • Product Type Shovels
  • Handle Type Standard
  • Digging Tool Type Digging Tool
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3.8 average of 8 reviews


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    • ★★★★★ Great

    Review by Mabior on December 23, 2019

    • ★★★★★ Average to just above average

    Review by Michael on December 20, 2019

    Not for hard ground or removing medium to larger rocks but great for testing your dug samples over your coil.
    • ★★★★★ Good for some digging

    Review by Relic Coin Chaser on August 20, 2019

    This nice little non-metallic composite digger is nice to add to the arsenal. I definitely would not use for digging tough holes or anything extreme. This digger is great for dry sand, loose pebbles, or light scraping away of debris. Very inexpensive and a important to tool have. Since there is no metal inside this digger it's great for running it across your detector to see if you have the target in the digger. Don't waste your time and buy one now.
    • ★★★★★ Great for what Its meant for, Excavating LOOSE soil

    Review by Matt h on March 27, 2019

    This a great and valuable tool. Its not meant to be your go-to tool for cutting plugs or starting your hole In dense soil/turf. Mine lasted 2 years and wouldve lasted longer If my buddy didnt break It. These are great for: After you have already cut the plug or dug the hole using a metal trowel or digger, you then switch over and use these fiber comp/glass filled nylon hand shovels with your pin-pointer to check the plug, and/or excavate the LOOSE SOIL while checking to see If the target Is in the scooped up dirt. Because Its not metal, your pin pointer will let you know If on the first or second scoop you have your target. Thats what these are great for. You dont use it for prying rocks, trying to pry or cut through permafrost (frozen ground), roots, or dense soil or turf.
    • ★★★★★ Great composite shovel as an additional tool

    Review by Matt and Amber Detecting duo on February 20, 2019

    Dont listen to the bad reviewers, clearly they are lacking common sense. This Is a Great composite shovel. I cut my plug or dig my hole with a nice solid kellyco Gator Digger. I then switch to this composite shovel and my pinpointer, to do any remaining digging and to scoop the loose dirt out while checking it at the same time with my pinpointer. This speeds up recovery time. My composite hand shovel lasted me over 2 years, using It In this manner. It wouldve lasted longer too, If my buddy didnt break It while digging In permafrost. This hand shovel Is not meant for breaking ground In hard, compacted, frozen, or rocky soil, nor Is It meant for prying rocks, or roots. Its for SOFT, and somewhat loose soil. Ive tried other composite hand shovels but I found that this one was better and more durable.
    • ★★★★★ Ok Gift

    Review by Walt on February 26, 2018

    It will get you going. It's not thin plastic. Be fine for the beach and loose dirt. Better than your fingers.
    • ★★★★★ Don't Go Out Without Another Digging Tool

    Review by Dustin on March 5, 2016

    I just got this in with my new metal detector and pin pointer which both work great. I went out and had the itch to try everything and this lasted maybe 5 holes and snapped in half. Why waste the time to produce and sell this garbage.
    • ★★★★★ Horrid

    Review by Sonny on November 25, 2015

    Broke the first time I tried to use it. Ground was soft too. POS!
Questions and Answers
  • Posted On: 1/16/2021 By: Jimb

    Q: How good is the AT PRO in salt water or wet sand?

    A: The AT Pro can be a bit noisy in saltwater and wet sand.

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