Shaped fiberglass handles mean no more clashing knuckles. Beveled steel carbon head with pointed blades facilitate deep soil penetration so you can scoop up large loads. Solidly built.
To get the maximum benefit from this tool, you need to be rather strong because it is heavy. Priciest option on our list.
A durable wood handled tool. High carbon steel blades make this an excellent choice for slicing deep into the earth. Does exactly what it is designed to do.
Falls on the higher end of the price range for a tool with its design.
This post hole digger has an oversized cushion grip that helps provide a little more comfort in hard working conditions. Hardwood handle is durable. There is a handy ruler on the handle to let you know how deep you've gone.
The hardwood handles are sturdy, but wood can be flawed. Rarely, but it does happen, you can get a clunker that splits after only a few holes.
The reinforced fiberglass handles and 14-gauge steel blades make this a solidly built option. As great for garden work as it is for digging post holes. Handle prevents fatigue. Comes with a limited lifetime warranty.
The cushioned grips could be a tad bit longer.
Stands out for the contoured cut of the solid wood handles that provide leverage and reduced stress. Blades are constructed of tough carbon steel. Affordable.
Not the most durable option we considered, so it's not the best pick for heavy-duty tasks.
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