Weeding was never as easy as with this pull hoe from Sneeboer…yes, it’s that effective.
Whether you have hard ground or soft, weeding in the veggie garden or your flower beds, the razor sharp blade meets the ground at just the right angle, cleanly cutting the weeds.
Handmade in Holland - Lifetime Guarantee!
This pull hoe is hand-forged from stainless steel and fitted with a long, back saving, Ash hardwood handle from FSC Certified forests.
Pull Hoe by Sneeboer dimensions-
Length: 67 in.
Head: 4 inches wide x 2 inches tall.
Approx. Weight: 2 lbs.
“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.
If you have any questions, please feel free to give us a call: 1-800-830-4019
Posted by David P on 28th Sep 2013
This is a great tool. The width of the blade is perfect for weeding around multiple plants. Some of my weeds are tough rooted and in some places my soil is hard so a "push" type weeder would not work so well. This tool works perfect. The blade is just the right angle to skim weed smaller weeds yet strong enough to dig deeper for longer roots. AND with the long handle, weeding can be done standing up. A joy to use and a VERY WELL MADE tool.
Posted by Judy on 26th Jul 2013
I'm pleased with this garden hoe. It's a fine piece of equipment.
But after using it a few times I realized that I'm a little short (5'2") for the angle of this hoe. I do have a hard time maintaining the proper angle of the hoe to the ground.
I imagine that the hoe was designed for a taller gardener.
That's the only issue that I can see with great hoe.