Fiskars 70246935 Ergo Scratch Tool Garden Cultivator

May 4, 2017 - Comment

Designed for easy use and lasting durability, our Ergo Cultivator features a special handle design that reduces hand and wrist fatigue when cultivating. The cast-aluminum head resists rust and won’t snap off while you’re loosening soil or aerating, no matter how tough your soil is. Additionally, the handle features a hang hole for convenient storage.

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Designed for easy use and lasting durability, our Ergo Cultivator features a special handle design that reduces hand and wrist fatigue when cultivating. The cast-aluminum head resists rust and won’t snap off while you’re loosening soil or aerating, no matter how tough your soil is. Additionally, the handle features a hang hole for convenient storage.

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ArtistEye says:

Great tool This is a durable and ergonomic garden tool. Our last hand cultivator tool was from the local home improvement store and broke because the outer tines were welded to the center tine and failed at the weld point. For this tool the 3 tines are all one piece of metal. I have used this Fiskars cultivator extensively the last month to rake aside 1.5” landscaping rocks and it has held up to punishment that would have broken a half dozen of the last cultivator we owned.Note, it appears…

Henry B. Tripp says:

Fiskars Cultivator I love this cultivator. It’s very solid, but not that heavy, and the handle is a hard, rubbery gel, very comfortable and non-slip. It’s great for aerating or turning over soil by hand. I used it in my herb and flower beds to break up clods of packed earth, and also to blend compost and other good stuff into the soil. The points of the tines are more broad and not sharp, so if you have to rake out some dead grass, they won’t actually slice through the roots, but will pull them out like fingers…

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