Stainless Steel Tipped Garden Dibble
A real "primal" among the planting woods, which Sneeboer manufactures in Holland in time-honored, proven design: The curved handle allows powerful piercing into the ground, thanks to the long stainless steel tip also for deeper planting holes. And since the tip is firmly riveted to the ash handle, it will certainly not get lost in the planting hole (or elsewhere).
West Frisian Handicraft by Sneeboer.
For more than 100 years, the family of the West Frisian blacksmith Jaap Sneeboer has been supplying their Dutch fellow citizens, known to be incessantly engaged in farming, dyking and horticulture, with the tools they need to do so. At Sneeboer, they use two different types of stainless steel for their traditional Frisian horticultural tools: a tougher one (with higher degrees of alloying) for the springs and grommets holding the handle and low-alloy steel that responds better to forging for the functional parts in the narrow sense. They weld the individual construction elements together, then ground and polish them by hand.
Forged Garden Tools.
It has long become common practice to stamp and roll garden tools. However, we hardly need to describe the difference; we want to point out that forging is the only way to deal with a tool in all its details and strengthen the material in those parts where this is necessary for functional reasons.
Article Number 68962
Handle made of waxed ashwood. Tip stainless steel, length 12.5 cm, Ø 3 cm. Total length 28.5 cm. Weight 240 g.
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