Dutch Hand Hoe : A well balanced and solid tool that feels light to work with - but it is surprisingly strong! The length plus the shape of the head makes it perfect for reaching the center of a raised bed. It's easy to work around and between plants and the sharp blade quickly cuts off weeds just below the surface. Turn the head 90 degrees to dig out deep rooted weeds or to carve a seed row.
Gordon Suggests: This hand hoe is available as a right hand or left hand tool. I didn't expect that to make a difference but this is a well designed tool with no compromise to make one tool work for both left and right handed gardeners.
Forged from the highest quality Swedish made Carbon Steel, it's easily sharpened with a whetstone.
Compare to the Hand Hoe by Sneeboer.
This tool is backed by Gordon's 100% Satisfaction & Lifetime Guarantee. See details in the tab above.Features:
- The blade is flat with one sharp edge
- Forged of carbon steel in Holland
- FSC certified Ash handle
- Specs: Length 18" x 5" Weight: 10 oz.
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DeWit Tools - Form and Function: These tools are fashioned using Swedish boron steel with FSC- certified European ash handles. High quality materials are incorporated in all products. Handles are formed for comfort and strength. The heads and blades are created with superior materials, workmanship and effectiveness. Each tool is designed and created to be the best tool for it's specific task.
Hand Forged in Holland since 1878: DeWit’s reputation is proven through the longevity of its tools in the hands of professionals. The outstanding qualities of the company have been acquired over a century of handed-down skills and an unwavering desire to be satisfied by nothing less than superior quality. A lasting product for generations to come.
Tradition and Innovation - a combination that insures Quality: The work of a blacksmith and the knowledge of the techniques have been unchanged for centuries. Knowing how to heat and work the steel is the bedrock of DeWit. Constant investments are made in modern technology in areas that can help man to improve products. Essential is the focus on effective production methods. Recent examples of this are laser cutting machines and more efficient ovens, with a lower carbon footprint. This has been achieved without interrupting the perspective of the craft.