Japanese Stainless Steel Serrated Blade Hand Sickle

$ 19.00
Description

Wow...that's what you'll say the first time you have this Serrated Blade Hand Sickle in your hand. You'll find all kind of uses for this great little hand sickle, whether it's light clearing of vines or ivy, thick grasses, vegetable harvesting or pruning raspberry bushes.

Lightweight, strong and super sharp. This Japanese sickle is made of stainless steel and fitted with a hardwood handle.

Japanese Stainless Steel Serrated Blade Hand Sickle Size-

  • Overall length: 13 in.
  • Blade length: 6 in.
  • Approx. Weight: 4 oz.
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RETURNS

At Garden Tool Company, we take great pride in the quality and craftsmanship of the products we carry, but if for any reason you’re not satisfied with your purchase, you have 30 days to return it FREE for refund or replacement.

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Customer Reviews

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Sally
Great gift!!!

I gave these to two of my Gardner friends that helped me out when my health hit a rough patch.
They LOVE them!!!

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Diana W.
Great for Slicing, Light Pruning

I use this to prune spent raspberry canes and to harvest cabbage. As with all my hand tools, I wrapped its handle with neon orange tape so I don't lose it in the fertile jungle that is my western Washington garden.

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Nance

Just received this for Christmas, looking forward to using it in the future!😍

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Barbara S.

Greatest tool for cutting back liriope, daylillies.

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Betty T.
cleaned up agave plant

Had a hard time removing both dead and live fronds of agave after a freeze and used the Japanese sickle--it was a snap. Have sent one of them to my daughter who is cleaning up an out of control garden. Great on all grasses.

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Dale J.
Alfalfa Saw

I bought this item to cut clumps of alfalfa for my hogs. Initially I was using a pocket knife and it wasn't working very well. Got this saw and its a breeze to wack through a bunched cluster of green stems.