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Vintage Ash Hand Fork
A hand fork is a very useful tool to remove weeds, prepare planting holes, or tidy the soil around border edges. The tines are rust resistant and the handle is soft hardwood with a varnished finish. Only 200 grams, our Haxnicks hand fork is lightweight and comfortable to use over long period of time.
• Ergonomic wooden handle for comfortable use
• Weatherproofed handle for greater durability
• Made from FSC certified ash timber from responsibly managed, sustainable forests
• Stainless steel head gives resistance to rust, scratches and humidity
• Designed for performance and comfortable use
• 10 Year Guarantee
Steel Length: 16cm
Head dimensions: 12cm long x 7.8cm wide
Weigh: 0.2kg (0.44 pounds)
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