Sneeboer royal Dutch hand hoe

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Buy Sneeboer royal Dutch hand hoe: <ul><strong><li>Sharp teeth and hook for quicker, easier weeding</li><li>Rust-resistant stainless steel</li><li>FSC-certified cherry wood handle</li></strong></ul><br>Shortlisted for ‘Product of the Year’ at the 2016 Chelsea Flower Show, this narrow royal Dutch hand hoe allows easy weeding between plants in confined spaces - ideal for containers, window boxes, borders and raised beds.<br><br>Based on the bestselling long-handled version, a simple back-and-forth motion makes weeding effortless; the serrated teeth on the leading edge and hook on the reverse lifting and slicing roots on both the push and pull strokes.<br><br>With a rust-proof stainless steel head fitted to a lightweight cherry wood handle, the hoe weighs only 170g for superb manoeuvrability.<br><br>Supplied with a 10-year guarantee on steel parts (1 year for the handle).<br><br>Measurements:<br>Head W6cm<br>Total length 32cm<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>

  • Sharp teeth and hook for quicker, easier weeding
  • Rust-resistant stainless steel
  • FSC-certified cherry wood handle

Shortlisted for ‘Product of the Year’ at the 2016 Chelsea Flower Show, this narrow royal Dutch hand hoe allows easy weeding between plants in confined spaces - ideal for containers, window boxes, borders and raised beds.

Based on the bestselling long-handled version, a simple back-and-forth motion makes weeding effortless; the serrated teeth on the leading edge and hook on the reverse lifting and slicing roots on both the push and pull strokes.

With a rust-proof stainless steel head fitted to a lightweight cherry wood handle, the hoe weighs only 170g for superb manoeuvrability.

Supplied with a 10-year guarantee on steel parts (1 year for the handle).

Measurements:
Head W6cm
Total length 32cm

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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