Reckoned to be the best Sneeboer have ever produced, this Digging Fork is lighter than previous models (it weighs in at 2kg) but is heavy duty enough to cope with digging over the largest of beds.
The overall length of this ergonomically superior digging fork is 117cm and the 24cm flat tines will slice through the most compacted soil.
- Sneeboer Digging Fork boasts 24cm long flat tines
- Weighs only 2kg
- Times measure 1.5cm wide
- Distance between tines is 3.5cm
- Designed to slice through the most compacted soil
- 18.5cm wide head allows a good quantity of soil to be turned over
- The overall length is 117cm
- Steelwork carries a 10 year guarantee
- Wooden handle carries a 1 year guarantee
It took me a while to get used to the T handle - all of two minutes! I then found it very easy to prepare my bean trench. I found it very comfortable to use - being over six foot tall!
Strong: excellent quality: light to handle: deals with heavy soil easily: what more could you ask for from a garden fork? OK - so it costs ?100 -but what an investment.
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This fork has a long handle that helps reduce pressure on the back when digging. A bit expensive, but it is beautifully made and will last for decades if well maintained (it's a good idea to oil the handle). The broad flat tines are good for general digging jobs and cause less damage when lifting root crops. This tool has become a real workhorse in my garden.
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Shorter tines than many forks, and good to have a longer hande. Flat tines are good in a general digging spade.