Sneeboer royal Dutch hoe

£64.99
in stock - arrives before Christmas
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Buy Sneeboer royal Dutch hoe: <ul><strong><li>Sharp teeth and hook for quicker, easier weeding</li><li>Rust-resistant stainless steel</li><li>Long FSC-certified solid ash handle </li></strong></ul><br>Shortlisted for ‘Product of the Year’ at the 2013 Chelsea Flower Show, this royal Dutch hoe is one of our favourite Sneeboer tools. <br><br>It’s handy in spring when weeds are easy to remove, but becomes indispensable in summer when stubborn weeds are more abundant and the ground is harder and drier.<br><br>The serrated front edge increases the blade's cutting surface by 35%, making it much more effective at slicing into compacted soil than a regular Dutch hoe. The sharp pointed 'teeth' also help you weed accurately between plants in crowded areas.<br><br> The reverse of the blade has a bevelled edge and hook to slice and lift roots on the pull stroke for quicker, more efficient weeding.<br><br>Fitted to a lightweight ash handle, the hoe weighs less than 1kg for easy manoeuvrability. The ergonomic grip distributes pressure evenly across your whole hand to maximise pushing power and prevent blisters.<br><br>Made from rust-resistant stainless steel and FSC-certified solid ash. Supplied with a 10-year guarantee on steel parts (1 year for the handle).<br><br>Measurements:<br>Head W12.5cm x L12cm<br>Total length 165cm<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
  • Long FSC-certified solid ash handle

Shortlisted for ‘Product of the Year’ at the 2013 Chelsea Flower Show, this royal Dutch hoe is one of our favourite Sneeboer tools.

It’s handy in spring when weeds are easy to remove, but becomes indispensable in summer when stubborn weeds are more abundant and the ground is harder and drier.

The serrated front edge increases the blade's cutting surface by 35%, making it much more effective at slicing into compacted soil than a regular Dutch hoe. The sharp pointed 'teeth' also help you weed accurately between plants in crowded areas.

The reverse of the blade has a bevelled edge and hook to slice and lift roots on the pull stroke for quicker, more efficient weeding.

Fitted to a lightweight ash handle, the hoe weighs less than 1kg for easy manoeuvrability. The ergonomic grip distributes pressure evenly across your whole hand to maximise pushing power and prevent blisters.

Made from rust-resistant stainless steel and FSC-certified solid ash. Supplied with a 10-year guarantee on steel parts (1 year for the handle).

Measurements:
Head W12.5cm x L12cm
Total length 165cm

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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I always try to buy sneeboer, when I can afford it, and this hir is the best I've had...but the head and handle have came lose. Within a couple of months I had to glue both parts .

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