Fiskars 7978 Composite Trowel

December 30, 2013 - Comment

Strong, lightweight and affordable, this quality Garden Trowel features stronger-than-steel FiberComp construction for lasting value. One-piece design means the handle won’t loosen and the trowel won’t bend at the neck when digging into tough soil. What’s more, this trowel won’t rust. Includes a hang hole for easy storage. Lifetime warranty. Product Features Durable, lightweight trowel

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Strong, lightweight and affordable, this quality Garden Trowel features stronger-than-steel FiberComp construction for lasting value. One-piece design means the handle won’t loosen and the trowel won’t bend at the neck when digging into tough soil. What’s more, this trowel won’t rust. Includes a hang hole for easy storage. Lifetime warranty.

Product Features

  • Durable, lightweight trowel ideal for working soil in gardens, borders, and containers
  • Single-piece Nyglass nylon/fiberglass composite construction for strength and light weight
  • Rust-proof and easy to clean
  • Hanging hole for convenient storage
  • Lifetime warranty
  • A field work basic
  • Great way to teach plant life and observation skills
  • Multiple award winner, including Dr. Toy and Oppenheim Gold
  • Plastic construction
  • Watch carrot, radish and onion seeds grow up as the roots grow down

Comments

A. Howard says:

I don’t like to garden…but I do love to fertilize. I must preface this review by explaining that I’ve never used this item for its “intended” purpose. I don’t garden and have only recently acquired the skill to keep anything more biologically advanced than a cactus alive. If you like gardening and want to garden in style, you could almost definitely find something fancier and more ergonomically…impressive than the Fiskars (much like the dozen or so fine, Japanese & Swedish-made trowels of various sizes and shapes that are currently…

Jennifer M. Macleod "yiddishe supermama" says:

A great… plastic… trowel This was my first trowel as a novice gardener 3 years ago. I loved it. I love that it’s easy to spot in the garden, can be left out, and I don’t care if the kids “borrow” it because it’s dirt cheap. I have the hand rake to match, both in a not-too-glaring terra cotta colour.For a while, this was my only garden tool, and it held up respectably creating beds, stirring in amendments and transplanting annuals and perennials of all sizes.I’d have to go slowly when doing…

Derek Long "spudin" says:

Mine lasted about five Minutes Ok, after about 5 minutes of use the first rock that I encountered broke it into about 5 pieces. Nowhere near as strong as a steel trowel.

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