Encap 11177-70 Lawn and Garden Compost, 18-Pound

January 31, 2014 - Comment

Tools that are as comfortable to use as they are durable Big Grip Cultivator. View larger. Big Grip garden tools reduce hand fatigue while helping to speed your work. Extra-large handles with a soft-molded grips provide excellent control and comfort, and extra-large aluminum heads resist rust and won’t snap off while you’re digging, weeding, loosening

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Tools that are as comfortable to use as they are durable

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Big Grip Cultivator. View larger.

Big Grip garden tools reduce hand fatigue while helping to speed your work. Extra-large handles with a soft-molded grips provide excellent control and comfort, and extra-large aluminum heads resist rust and won’t snap off while you’re digging, weeding, loosening soil, aerating or transplanting, no matter how tough your soil is. Additionally, each handle features a hang hole for convenient storage.

Ideal for a variety of tasks including digging, weeding, loosening soil, aerating, transplanting and more. Padded, oversized handles provide exceptional grip and comfortable use. Cast-aluminum heads resist rust and won’t break while digging in tough soil. Handle hang holes offer easy storage. 7074 In use Gradation marks on head offer easy depth measurement. View larger. Handle

Padded, oversized handle improves grip and helps reduce hand fatigue during use. View larger.

scoop

Cast Aluminum scoop is durable and resists rust. View larger.

Product Features

  • An ideal tool for digging, planting, weeding, and transplanting
  • Large, soft molded grips provide added comfort and control
  • Serrated knife edge to cut through roots and other tough material
  • Coated metal head resists rust
  • Lifetime warranty

Comments

AVERYGD4U "CP" says:

terrific transplanter 0

Marie Gilbert says:

Efficient, robust multi-tasker Perfect for every chore around the garden: popping nasty weeds out of the lawn and garden, transplanting, and digging in compacted soil. I’ve had a problem with trowels snapping in the past when hitting an unseen rock, and this transplanter has a decidedly more robust feel to it than any other hand tool I’ve used. I do have to keep it away from my young kids though, as the end is sharp and it has a serrated edge, which is a small price to pay. They get to play with all my chipped dull…

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