Sneeboer hand wrotter - weeding tool

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Buy Sneeboer hand wrotter - weeding tool: <ul><strong><li>Perfect for weeding in tight spaces</li><li>Rust-resistant stainless steel</li><li>FSC-certified cherry wood handle</li></strong></ul><br>Named after an old Frisian Dutch word meaning 'tough worker', the wrotter is a simple tool that packs a real punch.<br><br>It’s great for weeding in small spaces like crowded beds, borders and pots, where the slim shape and angled head help you precisely target established weeds and unwanted seedlings.<br><br>Push the sharp point through the centre of a weed and draw it back out. The two angled prongs will pull out the weed, roots and all, rather than cutting it off like other weeders. Far niftier than a hoe for tackling dandelions and other tap roots!<br><br> The tool is hand forged from rust-resistant stainless steel with a smooth cherry wood handle. Supplied with a 10-year guarantee on steel parts (1 year for the handle.<br><br>Measurements:<br>Head W3cm x L17cm<br>Total height 31cm<br><br><strong>About Sneeboer tools</strong><br><br>Founded in 1913, Dutch toolmaker Sneeboer is renowned for making premium hand-forged stainless steel tools using traditional techniques.<br><br>Their master craftsmen combine old-fashioned attention to detail with an appetite for innovation, which has produced some of the best-performing garden tools we've come across - strong, well-balanced and a pleasure to use.<br><br>All Sneeboer tools in our range are made from lightweight, corrosion-resistant stainless steel which has been shaped, polished and sharpened by hand and fitted with an FSC-certified solid wood handle.<br><br>

  • Perfect for weeding in tight spaces
  • Rust-resistant stainless steel
  • FSC-certified cherry wood handle

Named after an old Frisian Dutch word meaning 'tough worker', the wrotter is a simple tool that packs a real punch.

It’s great for weeding in small spaces like crowded beds, borders and pots, where the slim shape and angled head help you precisely target established weeds and unwanted seedlings.

Push the sharp point through the centre of a weed and draw it back out. The two angled prongs will pull out the weed, roots and all, rather than cutting it off like other weeders. Far niftier than a hoe for tackling dandelions and other tap roots!

The tool is hand forged from rust-resistant stainless steel with a smooth cherry wood handle. Supplied with a 10-year guarantee on steel parts (1 year for the handle.

Measurements:
Head W3cm x L17cm
Total height 31cm

About Sneeboer tools

Founded in 1913, Dutch toolmaker Sneeboer is renowned for making premium hand-forged stainless steel tools using traditional techniques.

Their master craftsmen combine old-fashioned attention to detail with an appetite for innovation, which has produced some of the best-performing garden tools we've come across - strong, well-balanced and a pleasure to use.

All Sneeboer tools in our range are made from lightweight, corrosion-resistant stainless steel which has been shaped, polished and sharpened by hand and fitted with an FSC-certified solid wood handle.

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