Ergonomic Garden Pointed Spade

SKU: 392100
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Product Description

Fiskars Ergonomic Garden Spade (Pointed) has a sharp cutting edge to aerate, stir and turn soil and cut through roots. Its design ensures good performance for digging in stony, clay and hard soils. The 17 handle angle of the handle means that the hand remains in a natural position, helping to reduce strain on the hand and wrist while the Y shaped handle helps to ensure a comfortable and firm grip. The tear drop shaped steel shaft with a plastic coating makes it extremely durable and helps to maximise the grip and insulates from the cold. The sturdy welded connection between the blade and the shaft ensures rigid durability while the Boron steel construction adds extra strength and makes penetration into the soil easier. The lifting angle of 26 has been designed for optimal digging performance.

Product Details

Material
Steel shaft
Colour
Grey, black
Weight
1.98kg
Features
Pointed cutting edge to aerate/stir/turn soil & cut through roots. 26 lifting angle. 17 handle angle keeps hand in natural position, reducing strain on hand & wrist.
Collection or Range name
Fiskars Ergonomic
Material of head
Boron steel
Material of handle
Fibercomp
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