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Sun Joe SJHH1902 Hori-Hori Garden Landscaping Digging Tool with Stainless Steel Blade

  • Sun Joe SJHH1902 Hori-Hori Garden Landscaping Digging Tool with Stainless Steel Blade
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The Sun Joe SJHH1902 Hori-Hori Garden Landscaping Digging Tool is the Swiss army knife of yard and garden warriors everywhere. You'll find a million uses around the house, from digging to dividing, sawing, chopping, cutting, and more. Ideal for weeding, bonsai sculpting, cutting plants, and planting bulbs, the Hori-Hori knife is a tool-favorite amongst garden enthusiasts and master gardeners alike. Featuring an ergonomic wooden handle and a concave shaped blade constructed of durable steel, the Hori-Hori SJHH1902 knife easily tackles your toughest landscaping chores.
Features:
  • Multi-purpose knife and garden tool ideal for digging and cutting
  • Durable solid wood handle and rugged 6.5 in. hardened stainless steel blade for maximum durability
  • Concave design for effective scooping and planting
  • An inches ruler marked on the blade allows you to gauge digging depth
  • Protective sheath for safe storage
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  • Hori-Hori Garden Landscaping Digging Tool with Stainless Steel Blade - SJHH1902

Specifications

Series: Hori-Hori
Length: 11.5 in.
Width: 2.5 in.
Height: 0.75 in.
Weight: 0.88 lbs.

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Wonderful tool
This is a fabulous tool, I wish I had found it years ago. The serated edge easily cuts through sod and tree roots, it`s not going to bend any time soon as do cheaper spades, and the shape works great for a digger.
September 10, 2017
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