Cyclone Square Mouth Post Hole Shovel

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The Cyclone Post Hole Shovel is a good general purpose shovel for digging, clearing deep narrow holes, pits, fencing and shallow trenches.

For over 100 years, Cyclone Digging Tools have been made in Australia, by Australians, to turn the harshest of soils. Blades are Australian agricultural grade steel with boron and titanium. The 2mm thick, heat treated steel delivers maximum tensile strength and durability. The Spotted Gum Australian Hardwood handle is lacquer sealed for protection against weathering and splintering and features a polished, sanded, peaked socket for additional strength, with no sharp edges.

  • 2mm boron and titanium heat treated steel blade
  • Lacquer-sealed Australian spotted gum, contoured timber handle
  • Polished, peaked socket
Model Name
Shovel Post Hole Cyclone
Model Number
Steel/ Timber Handle
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:195 H:275 L:1450
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:195 H:275 L:1450
2.2 Kgs
Handle Material
Australian Spotted Gum Hardwood
Blade Material
Agricultural Grade Steel
Handle Length (mm)
Blade Length (mm)

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