Sophie Conran ergo hoe gift boxed

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Buy Sophie Conran ergo hoe gift boxed: <ul><strong><li>5-year guarantee</li><li>Rust-resistant and wipe clean</li><li>FSC-certified wood handle</li></strong></ul><br>Unique handle and shape makes weeding and cultivating in even the most baked of soils a doddle. The extra-sharp blade on inside edge prevents accidental slicing of surrounding plants.<br><br>The mirror-polished stainless steel head is rust-resistant, wipes clean and looks great in the shed. A solid brass ferrule connecting head and handle provides strength under pressure, and the waxed beech handle gradually moulds to the hand for even greater comfort over time.<br><br>Presented in a pastel green Sophie Conran gift box.<br><br>Measurements:<br>W6.3cm x L22.5cm

  • 5-year guarantee
  • Rust-resistant and wipe clean
  • FSC-certified wood handle

Unique handle and shape makes weeding and cultivating in even the most baked of soils a doddle. The extra-sharp blade on inside edge prevents accidental slicing of surrounding plants.

The mirror-polished stainless steel head is rust-resistant, wipes clean and looks great in the shed. A solid brass ferrule connecting head and handle provides strength under pressure, and the waxed beech handle gradually moulds to the hand for even greater comfort over time.

Presented in a pastel green Sophie Conran gift box.

Measurements:
W6.3cm x L22.5cm

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