D-grip fits comfortably into the hand and is easy to maneuver. Steel head with 10 individual tines for turnover and aerating. Hardwood construction for long-lasting use.
Straight tines may not be the best for all uses.
Diamond tips allow for straightforward digging into soils. Lightweight and durable making it simple to control. Hardwood or fiberglass construction.
Concerns with longevity, as some users reported breakage after multiple uses.
Square tines are for major gardening chores. Fiberglass shaft and carbon steel for seasonal use. Extra wide step to dig through ground.
Blunt tips may not be the best for tougher projects.
For more casual and longer chores such as moving leaves or readying a garden. Wide D-grip is simple to grab. Metal base resists rusting.
One of the more expensive options on our list.
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