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DMOS – The Delta Shovel

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DMOS: DMOS-DELTA
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      • Designed to be the perfect Overland and Offroad Shovel; Best for mud or hard pack, use it for trail building, offroading, survival, hunting, camping, and much more.
      • American-Made with a premium 14 gauge cold-rolled steel blade and a 6000 series extruded aluminum shaft.
      • Features collapsed dimensions of 24 inches x 11 inches x 2.75 inches and extended dimensions of 51 inches; Weighs in at only 7 lbs. 8 oz.
      • Proudly designed and fabricated right here in the U.S.A.

       

      Meet your to-go tool for life, the DMOS Delta Shovel! The team at DMOS Collective paired premium steel and aluminum for the strongest, full-sized, collapsible compact shovel created to date. Designed for use with mud or hard pack, the Delta Shovel is a great solution for trail building, off road, survival, hunting, camping, and simply any scenario that requires breaking ground.

      The Delta Shovel is American-Made from premium 14 gauge cold-rolled steel blade and 6000 series aluminum extruded shaft, giving it the strength needed to provide you with many years of reliable use. To ensure that it has optimum resistance to the reckoning forces of Mother Nature, the DMOS Delta Shovel is available in your choice of stainless steel, racing red, or flat dark earth. As mentioned, this overland and offroad Shovel is collapsible and can easily be transported to the next destination by pairing it with a DMO Delta Shovel Mount or DMOS Bag. Purchase yours today to take advantage of our iron-clad warranty and best price guarantee!





        • Usage: Mud and Hard Pack
        • Blade Style: Spade
        • Feature:Ultimate Versatility
        • Connector: CNC Milled 6061 Aluminum Billet
        • Blade Material:14 Gauge CRS, Blade Brackets 12 Gauge CRS
        • Blade Dimensions:11 inches x 13 inches x 2.75 inches
        • Blade Thickness:078”
        • Collapsed Dimensions:24 inches x 11 inches x 2.75 inches
        • Extended Dimensions:51 inches
        • Weight:7 lbs. 8 oz.
        • Temperature Range:-40 degrees – 150 degrees
        • Force:10 to 1 Fulcrum – Can lift 1,000 lbs.

      1. DMOS Collective designed the Delta Shovel with convenience in mind. The Shovel can easily be assembled for quick use and just as easily stored away. If you have any questions regarding the use of this product, please contact us at 888-550-3028.

      2. If you experience a rare manufacturer defect within the first year of use, send word to us and we will examine the issue and issue an RMA for return. You must be the original owner, have a proof of purchase and must pay shipping back to us. Normal wear and tear, unintended uses—like pry-barring or cinder block breaking—and other damage that occurs as a result of a basic lack of common sense will not be covered by the warranty. Scratches, dents and rust are a result of normal wear and are not covered by the warranty—but they do make your tool look tougher. If there is a defect, we will replace or repair—at our discretion—your DMOS tool. Get the full details below:

        • The product must have been purchased from DMOS or a DMOS-authorized dealer;
        • You are responsible for shipping your DMOS back to us; and
        • You must have used the product only as intended and in accordance with the product’s instructions.


        If a defect occurs during 1 year post purchase, and you satisfy the warranty conditions outlined above, DMOS will, at their sole discretion, either repair or replace the defective product or part at no cost to you, the original purchaser, other than shipping costs.

        DMOS will make every effort to replace limited edition or discontinued products but cannot guarantee their availability for replacement. Any limited edition or discontinued product still under warranty that cannot be replaced with an identical product will be replaced with an equivalent model based on availability. We may make changes to products and designs in the time you purchased your product and submitted a warranty claim. Products repaired or replaced under this warranty may or may not incorporate these changes. Repaired or replaced product is warranted from the original purchase date.  

         

        The warranty does not cover: (a) defects caused by third-party: (i) modifications, (ii) repairs, or (iii) replacement parts; (b) normal wear and tear; or (c) the natural breakdown of materials over extended time and use (d) abuse and misuse of product.

        DMOS makes shovels.  

        DMOS shovels show wear when they dig, but they keep working and won’t fail you.  

        Other shovels break. Other shovels crack. Other shovels are built to fail so that the company that makes them has an ongoing revenue stream.  

        That’s not the case with DMOS.

        DMOS builds with a “buy once, cry once” philosophy. We strive to design, engineer, validate and fabricate the best shovels and gear in the U.S.A. Furthermore, we take no shortcuts because we believe that when you’re “out there,” our products need to provide the dependability and strength to meet your demands.

        Our products have met our strict quality parameters. That said, our products are subject to three limitations:

        1. Use as designed: Our shovels work as shovels, not as pry bars or striking tools, in temperatures ranging from -40 degrees celsius to 170 degrees Fahrenheit.
        2. Materials limitations: Steel will still rust, even if we powder coat it. Stainless spring pins may rust if left in water or not kept free from dirt. Aluminum shafts will not telescope easily with sand on them. DMOS products, like all products meant to last, need to be cleaned, sharpened and maintained.
        3. Normal wear over time on all shovel blades and handles: Scratches, scrapes, chipped paint and decals, or wear tears, rips, or abrasive wear of the shovel blades is to be expected with normal use. This is the natural process of using a tool. All tools wear.  

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