Thor Heavy Duty Ice Scraper

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Snow looks great in the movies, but living in it is a complete different story. Scraping ice off the windshield every morning is just one of the things you deal with on a daily basis, but the Thor Ice Scraper promises to make that task as smooth as possible.

The real winning formula to this device is the double blade design, which lets users scrape both back and forth for more effective scraping. The front handle can be gripped with both hands for additional leverage on those tough jobs, and and extendable telescoping arm lets you reach those hard to get areas. Once you’re done using it, just fold it up, and store it right under your car seat for easy access the next morning. [Purchase]

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