Spear & Jackson – Traditional Border ...

Traditional is a garden tool range that really gets to grips with looking good and performing well Features & Benefits:– Mirror polished stainless steel head for rust resistance and minimal soil adhesion– One-piece hardwood shaft, split to form a wishbone handle – Weatherproofed, hardwood shaft for greater durability Specifications:Blade / Head Size – 230mm x

Traditional is a garden tool range that really gets to grips with looking good and performing well

Features & Benefits:
polished stainless steel head for rust resistance and minimal soil adhesion
– One-piece hardwood shaft, split to form a wishbone
– Weatherproofed, hardwood shaft for greater durability

Specifications:
Blade / Head Size – 230mm x 138mm 9″ x 51/2″
Handle Size – 710mm 28″

Product Features

  • Traditional , shaft is 71.12 cm
  • Mirror polished stainless steel head
  • Rust resistant with minimal soil adhesion
  • Weather proofed hardwood shaft for greater durability
  • One-piece hardwood shaft, split to form a wishbone handle
  • Grow your own great British growing 2018 award winners
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Comments

Anonymous says:

Fork out more I Needed a fork. Last one wilko. 10.00. Broke. Went to wickes used to uproot a palm 2 of 4 prongs broke. That was 15 notes. So thought pay more n get more. And used 1st time. And just looks and feels strong. I think its a fork worth forking out for. No pun intended

Anonymous says:

Bent 1st day I used it One of the tines bent the 1st day I used this ! I was digging out some weeds , brambles clematis. I used a different fork for anything difficult or tough . Not as good as I hoped . My foot slipped off the top in my wellies as its a very narrow fork . I’m a Gardner and am disappointed .

Anonymous says:

Angle of the tines too great. Bit disappointed with the fork. It seems quite solid an dependable but the thing that did it for me is the angle of tines to the handle. I haven’t had a garden fork before where the tines are too far angled away from the user making for awkward digging. I much prefer the tines to be more in line with the handle.

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