The LAPG Multi-Purpose Shovel has a plethora of tools that will help in a survival, camping, or general outdoor setting.
First and foremost, we have the shovel itself. The shovel head can be locked in 3 different positions to act as a shovel, a hoe, or to be folded in order to fit in it's sheath. The shovel head measures in at 8" x 6.375", and has a 3.75" serration on the side to easily cut through branches, rope, etc., as well as a 10 cm ruler to make precise measurements. The shovel can also be used to to chop wood.
Next, we have the removable handle that can be split into four different sections, each housing a multitude of tools, and each section can be screwed on for a total length of 42", or left off for a shorter length, helpful when working on tight spaces.
The top screw off portion is a flashlight that has four output modes (high, low, strobe, and SOS), uses a rechargeable batter, has a crenelated bezel for self defense, and a power bank feature to charge your other portable devices. The Micro USB cord is included, as well as two diffusers (white and red). The next section has a screw off top portion that houses a magnesium flint rod for starting fires and a whistle for signaling in an emergency situation. The bottom of this section has a bottle opener, 3" blade, and 3" saw for cutting tasks. The third section has a magnetic slot that will hold the Phillips/flathead screwdriver bit. The last section has an ice pick for chipping through ice and other similar surfaces.
The shovel includes a sheath, carrying case with removable shoulder strap, and two removable padded grips.
Overall Length (Fully Assembled): 42"
Shovel Head Length: 8"
Shovel Head Width: 6.375"
Knife Blade Length: 3"
Weight: ~4 Lbs
Flashlight (4 Modes)
Red & White Diffuser Tips
Micro USB Cable
Magnesium Fire Starter
Phillips & Flathead Screwdrivers
10 Centimeter Ruler
2 Removable Padded Grips
Carrying Case With Removable Shoulder Strap (4" x 4" Loop Panel)
Sheath For Shovel Head
WARNING: This product may contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.