Grampa’s Gardenware Original Stand Up Puller Tool Long Handle Weeder

Last updated: November 29, 2022

Gardners with bad knees who find it difficult to bend over to remove weeds by hand will love this weeder. The shaft is designed to allow the user to tackle weeds while standing up. It uses a four-claw design that works on all soil types.

Grampa’s Gardenware Original Stand Up Puller Tool Long Handle Weeder

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Key Takeaway: Thanks to this weeder's long handle, you won't have to bend over and strain your back while working in the garden.

In our analysis of 19 expert reviews, the Grampa's Gardenware Stand Up Long Handle Weeder placed 9th when we looked at the top 12 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

Grampa’s Weeder has been pulling out weeds and their roots for over a hundred years! This ingeniously designed weed removal tool was invented in 1913 in Seattle, Washington and people living in the Great Northwest quickly made it the MUST-HAVE weed puller for getting rid of weeds quickly and easily. Production of the stand-up weeder stopped in 1941 so that all available metal could be put towards the war effort and unfortunately, once the war ended, manufacturing of this wonderful weed removal tool never resumed. This all changed in 1999 when my husband Greg found my mother’s strange looking garden tool in her garage. Once he figured out what it was and how it worked, he was hooked! The next thing we knew, Grampa’s Gardenware Co. was born and we were hand-making this turn-of-the-century weed puller tool in that very same garage. We were thrilled to introduce Grampa’s Weeder to gardener’s everywhere. As a small family business, we’ve come a long way in 16 years. It’s amazing that this century-old weed puller tool, a simple lever, remains one of the most effective weed & dandelion removers on the market. Not only does it still save people’s knees and backs, but it also protects the environment. What worked well in 1913 still works today. I guess it’s true, “Everything Old Is New Again” and this ingenious 103-year-old weed puller proves it to us every day!

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