Fiberglass handle cuts back on weight. Sharp tines and strong handle. Useful for a variety of purposes, including spreading mulch, picking up weeds, and moving manure. Lightweight and easy to handle.
Might be to heavy for a smaller person to use for a full day of work.
The shaft length comfortably fits those over 5' 10". Works well for applying mulch, spreading compost, and mucking horse stalls. It's light weight reduces fatigue during long-term use.
Because the shaft is made of wood, if too much pressure is applied it can break.
A steel shaft provides extra durability and strength. The angled handle reduces wrist strain and helps maintain a sturdy grip while creating excellent leverage. Although the handle is plastic, it has strength to keep up with a strong shaft.
Though the shaft is shorter than average, the ergonomic design still allows it to work well for those over 6' tall. Unique stainless steel blade design. Can easily break up compact, heavy clay soil.
Under extreme pressure, the tines can bend.
With a wood handle and shaft, this is the fork for a traditionalist. Lacquered handle with D-grip offers balance and control. Strength and durability of the tines make it a good tool for everyday use in the garden.
A few users experienced a broken handle after the first few uses.
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