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Hand Spork by DeWit Tools

  • Hand Spork by DeWit Tools
  • Hand Spork by DeWit Garden Tools
  • Hand Spork by DeWit
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Product Description

Is it a hand fork or a trowel? The Hand Spork by DeWit Tools moves soil like a trowel, digs and cultivates like a fork and works like a hoe with its sharp forged blade.  This Hand Spork cuts roots and easily works through compacted soil but can also be used for planting and weeding. It's a one handed earth mover.

Handmade in Holland and Guaranteed a Lifetime.

This hand spork is hand-forged from hardened boron steel and fitted with an Ash hardwood handle from FSC Certified forests.

Hand Spork by DeWit Tools dimensions-

       Length: 12 in.

       Head: 3 x 4.5 in.

       Approx. Weight: 8 oz.

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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

Warranty Information

True heirloom quality garden tools are hard to come by, but DeWit tools are just that. Handmade in Kornhorn, Holland the same way since 1898 and are Guaranteed a Lifetime!

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  1. Sporking

    Posted by Garden Gnome on 26th Jan 2014

    Southern weeds. Southern clay. We're usually tilling and weeding simultaneously. This little fellow is a solid, well-made tool that handles both chores very effectively.

  2. ?

    Posted by Unknown on 28th Aug 2012

    I'm still playing with the spork, trying to figure out what it has to offer that a fork or trowel doesn't. It's good for digging out something where it is enough to slice the roots an inch or so below soil level, and it works pretty well as a trowel, especially if there is any moisture in the soil.

    The tool is well made, sturdy, and likely to stand up to years of use.

  3. Compact and strong

    Posted by Jim on 18th Feb 2011

    The pictures do it justice, but actually holding it makes the uses intuitive. It will dig with ease, aerating as you do, and it will also cut weeds with one pass. The edges are sharp. The design pushes the weeds into the notch. What doesn't get cut by the edges—unlikely, in most cases—will get caught in the notch and be easy to yank out.

  4. Great for digging

    Posted by Unknown on 27th Jan 2010

    Had to get dirt out of some old pots and boy was this handy, can't wait till spring rolls around so I can use it some more. The nice thing is that it is not too big so I can store it easily and use it for so many things.

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