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IUNIO Military Folding Shovel and Pickax

Review Last Updated: January 28, 2020

Terry Daine
Product Review by Terry Daine

Introduction

Today we'll be reviewing the IUNIO Military Folding Shovel and Pickax.

Our reviews are based on in-depth research and product analysis. Let's dive in!

Pros

  • Multifunctional
  • Portable and compact
  • Available in different colors and sizes
  • High-carbon steel - high strength/wear-resistance

Cons

  • Durability has been questioned by some customers
  • Not water-resistant

IUNIO Military Folding Shovel and Pickax Product Review

You will most likely have regular shovels in your shed, but they are impractical to take with you on an outdoor endeavor.

We recommend investing in a folding shovel to entertain a camping or hiking trip best, as they are portable and compact, making it easier to handle on the move.

This Iunio military portable folding shovel excels in density. With a length of 17 inches, it fits in a carrying pouch with a belt loop to carry on your side and is easy to handle at any given moment.

This shovel is made from high-carbon steel, offering high strength and wear-resistance.

However, it is worth noting that this type of steel fails to resist corrosion and may rust in wet conditions.

This product is multifunctional and features a shovel board, saw, bottle opener, nail extractor, emergency whistle, and compass. Having all of these on your trip will make various tasks less challenging and will be performed with efficiency.

Iunio offers consumers a 31 and 35-inch shovel in their range to entertain different adventures and come in mini-editions for both smaller hands and minor tasks.

This product falls on the inexpensive side of the spectrum and treats a budget kindly, and have no doubt it will be an impressive addition to your survival kit.

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