Dig Dig Japanese Hori Hori Garden Weeding Knife

Last updated: June 22, 2020


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Product Details

In our analysis of 45 expert reviews, the Dig Dig Japanese Hori Hori Garden Weeding Knife placed 10th when we looked at the top 12 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

The Dig Dig is the one product you need to take on multiple Gardening tasks without changing tools! It’s very light, but incredibly tough. With this one tool, you can hack through roots, dig in soil, weed, hack, scrape and slice open bags of compost, just to name a few of its many uses.Such an incredibly versatile tool that is a joy to use, and handles so many gardening jobs with absolute ease. The Dig Dig comes with an ultra-tough Nylon Weave sheath to store and protect, and will easily attach to your belt, so it’s always at your side. Solid Rosewood handle is designed to feel solid in your hand and provide a very comfortable grip. Stainless steel blade also has both very sharp flat, and serrated edges. The blade is slightly curved so you can use it as a trowel. The blade also has a handy measurement guide, which is perfect for planting bulbs or perennials to an accurate depth. Size – 12 Inches long, Blade 6 ¾ inches long. 3 ½ inch loop for attaching to belt. The Dig Dig Hori Hori knife is your must-have for the avid Gardener. Be sure to check out all of the great uses for the Dig Dig in the product images above. Thousands of VERY Happy customers – Read our Reviews to hear what other Serious Gardeners are saying about the Dig Dig. This is a fantastic product ! Buy with absolute confidence today !

Expert Reviews


What reviewers liked

This brand has come up with a strong hori hori knife that would make an excellent addition to your gardening tool collection.Really strong blade. Full length metal tang in handle.

What reviewers didn't like

Seam alongside the handle may slice your thumb if you're not careful (use with gloves). Handle is uncomfortable for some people.
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