This hand cultivator is a great little garden hand tool for breaking up your soil or mixing in amendments. The strong, very sharp tines help you cultivate even in hardest of soil. You can also use this hand cultivator for weeding, scraping away unwanted leaves and roots, or aerating the soil. This wicked looking gardening tool will last for years...and then some.
This hand cultivator is hand-forged from stainless steel and fitted with your choice of an Ash or Cherry hardwood handle from FSC Certified forests. Hand-Made in Holland – Lifetime Guarantee!
Hand Cultivator by Sneeboer Tools dimensions:
Length: 11 in.
Approx. Weight: 6 oz.
Head: 3 in. wide with 3 in. long tines
“Anyone who has ever had a Sneeboer tool in their hand will never want to use anything else.”
…this is so true! Pictures just don’t do these tools justice. The combination of weight, length, shape of head, strength and balance make Sneeboer garden tools like no other. For nearly a century, every single tool is individually hand-made of the highest quality stainless steel by the artisans at Sneeboer - true works of art.
Sneeboer stainless steel garden tools have been hand forged in the Netherlands since 1913. Today, third generations of the Sneeboer family still produce the finest garden tools available.
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Posted by Unknown on 14th Aug 2012
This compact, but robust little cultivating tool is a perfect companion to the Cape Cod weeder in hard-to-reach places under bushes and tight spaces. Don't let the narrower width of the business end of this tool fool you--a lot of soil can be cultivated quickly thanks to great balance and proper scale. Also very effective for breaking up really compacted soil. Seems to have been developed by someone who has a ton of actual gardening experience. Indispensable!
Posted by Mike and Pam in Kentucky on 21st Jul 2010
We've had a smaller Dutch made hand cultivator for many years and needed something hand held for larger jobs. This tool met our expectations and more! The superior quality of the tines meant more work for the cultivator and less stress on our hands and joints. We highly recommend paying extra for quality. The smaller hand cultivator we spoke of at the beginning, was under water over 2 days with our house in the flood of 1997 and we still use it today.