Saxon Garden Hand Cultivator

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$4.98
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Product Description

The Saxon garden hand cultivator features a strong powder coated steel frame and tines with an ergonomic TPR handle. It’s the perfect tool for aerating or weeding in small gardens or larger potted planters.

  • Strong carbon steel with powder coated finish
  • An ergonomic handle design reduces hand and wrist fatigue
  • A great balance between durability and weight for superior function

Product Details

Model Name
Garden Hand Cultivator
Model Number
PC5110-273P
Material
Carbon steel, TPR
Colour
Black, Blue, Green
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:76 H:70 L:280
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:336 H:364 L:358
Weight
0.244
Handle Material
PP and TPR
Tines Material
Carbon steel
Number of Tines
3
Tine Length (mm)
60
Handle Length (mm)
155
Head width (mm)
76
Coated Tines
Yes

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