Saturday, July 25, 2015

Hori Hori Garden Knife Review

Hori hori garden digging knife

This knife is now my go to yard tool. I use the knife for cutting weeds, plants, and trimming back trees. Every time I go to my back yard this is the first thing I grab. It fits perfectly in my side or pocket. I keep it mostly in my gardening bag that I keep on my back porch.

The knife is extremely handy. The handle is made of strong plastic while the blade is curved like a shovel but sides are as sharp as knives. One side is jagged while the other is smooth Use extreme caution with this it is very sharp and cuts right through the dirt like it is sand. It is very sturdy and made well.

Product Description
The hori hori digging tool is a cross between a trowel and a knife - the best garden tool for digging, planting, weeding, and dividing.

The hori hori knife blade is 7.5 inches (19cm) long, and made of sturdy stainless steel with a mirror polish finish. It has a straight edge and a serrated edge - ideal for sawing through tough roots (for instance when dividing clump forming perennials) and other gardening jobs.

The Sensei Hori Hori knife has a tough contoured and textured handle so that you have a firm grip that never slips, making it the ultimate gardener knife. It's also cold-resistant, and suitable for all weathers.

The knife blade has a depth scale marked on one side, so you know exactly how deep you're digging - especially useful when planting bulbs.

Comes with a black mock-leather sheath (with belt loop) for storage and carrying.

As well as gardening, this versatile knife is great to take with you when camping, hunting, fishing or any other outdoor activities.

~~Disclaimer~~ I am a blogger and  I was sent a complimentary
product in exchange for my honest review. The opinions expressed here are Only my own.~~

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