Now available in Straight or longer Pistol Grip handle.
One of our most popular hoes, the Diamond Hoe by DeWit Tools has weeding down pat! The diamond hoe has four sharp edges allowing you to push and pull it to cut weeds below the surface. The ability to push gives you extra leverage as you can use your body weight.
This diamond hoe is hand-forged from hardened boron steel and fitted with an Ash hardwood handle from FSC Certified forests.
Handmade in Holland and Guaranteed a Lifetime.
Diamond Hoe by DeWit Garden Tools dimensions-
Length: Straight Handle - 61 inches
Pistol-Grip Handle - 72 inches
Head: 1.5 x 7.5 in.
Approx. Weight: 2 lbs. 3 oz.
Note: Similar tool available is the stainless steel Diamond Hoe by Sneeboer.
For over a hundred years the blacksmiths at DeWit in Holland have been hand forging some of the finest tools in the world. Known for their durability, quality and craftsmanship, DeWit tools are old-fashioned tools blended with new technology...Forged For The Future.
If you have any questions, please feel free to give us a call: 1-800-830-4019
Posted by Becky Severson on 24th May 2013
Very easy to use. We can get very close to our plants. Works well with encroaching grass. Easy on the back. Takes very little effort to weed a garden. Long handle with "T" grip is great.
Posted by Bob on 21st May 2013
I have arthritis and a bad back. I was skeptical, but ordered the hoe anyway. I was amazed at how I could stand upright and move the hoe back and forth just below the soil with very little effort. It did not hurt my back and yet cut off grass and weeds that would have required a major effort with my old hoe. I thought it would take forever to cover much area due to the small size. But because it cuts on both the forward and backward stroke and can be moved quickly, I was done in no time! I highly recommend this hoe!
Posted by Unknown on 19th Nov 2012
I don't mind weeding anymore. Easy on the back!
Posted by TerryF on 24th Jun 2012
This tool is very easy on my back when weeding. It is especially good in mulched areas of my garden and in soft soils. It is less effective in rocky soils.
Posted by slr on 17th Sep 2011
This hoe works surprisingly well, using the push/pull motion, rather than the hacking drag motion of a typical hoe. It skims along the surface, below the ground, and really gets the weeds.There is a small learning curve, since it does not work like the conventional hoe most of us grew up using.