Two Tine Cultivator Hoe: This dual function tool has two 3 1/2 inch tines opposite a sharp 2 1/2 wide blade and a 51" handle to save your back. It weighs in at 1 3/4 pounds and can handle the tougher jobs. It's sturdier than most cultivators and great for working hard compacted or rocky soil. You'll also use it in many other ways including digging planting holes and chopping roots.
Choose this version with a 51" handle or the 16" handle in the Hand Tool section or click here: Garden Weeders & Cultivators
As with all DeWit tools this is made to the highest standards using Swedish made Carbon Steel and a smooth and comfortable ash wood handle.
This tool is backed by Gordon's Complete Satisfaction & Lifetime Guarantee. See details in the tab above.
- Two tines and a hoe
- Forged of carbon steel in Holland
- FSC certified Ash handle
- Backed by a Lifetime Guarantee
- Specs: Dim: 51" x 9" Weight: 1 3/4 lb.
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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 its 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.