Fiskars Big Grip Cultivator (7072)

October 28, 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

7072

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. 7072 In use Offset tines are ideal for aerating and loosening tough soil. View larger. Handle

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

Tine

Cast Aluminum tines are durable and resist rust. View larger.

Product Features

  • An ideal tool for digging, planting, and turning soil
  • Large, soft molded grips provide added comfort and control
  • Coated metal head resists rust
  • Offset tines for maximum soil contact
  • Lifetime warranty

Comments

Laura L. Larsen says:

Other cultivators should sit up and take notice This is by far the best hand-held cultivator tool I’ve ever used. Mostly they are made with metal tines with points at the end that dull, and they more-or-less comb the dirt, rather than move it.This tool has three wide, and widely-spaced, metal tines that move dirt very efficiently, are strong (and don’t bend or flex when you’re trying to dig out a largish rock from the ground), and are not pointed so there’s nothing to dull.I highly recommend this tool to anyone who…

cmarie says:

Nicely made, high quality 0

Slim Pickins "Pasquale" says:

Handy garden tool 0

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