Groundbreaker Mini-Pick With 16in Comfort Grip Hickory Handle

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# 86103
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Weight: 1.90 lbs

The perfect one-hand tool for confined areas!

Ideal for breaking up hardened surface soil in dry weather, removing weeds, ground cover, or shaping the ground for detailed landscaping. Lightweight, contractor-quality construction. 16" hickory handle with comfort grip.

Specs

Lightweight, contractor-quality construction. 16" hickory handle with comfort grip.

Warranty

A.M. Leonard's down to earth guarantee. This product is covered under A.M. Leonard's full one-year warranty against manufacturer defects for products when used under normal conditions.

Review Summary (Based on 4 Reviews)

5 Stars

Great pick of a tool wrote

I love hand tools that are well designed, constructed from good materials, and are versatile and easy to use. This pick meets all of those goals. It's perfect for breaking up small holes for transplants, uprooting weeds, and rapidly excavating divots for bulbs.

5 Stars

Sturdy little pick! wrote

This is just a well built little pick. I was looking for a sturdy pick that I could use with one hand. I have been planting small trees on a steep bank and this pick is perfect for the job. I like tools but only well made tools and this is one.

5 Stars

wrote

I like the pick. When weeding, it does a great job of getting to the bottom of a root, especially big ones like chickory and dandelion quickly. The pick does a quick job of clearing beds, and cutting roots. It doesn't mind getting dirty.

5 Stars

Groundbreaker Mini-Pick wrote

My wife just loves this small Mini-Pick. This pick is just great for breaking up "Georgia clay". She uses this tool for all her gardening needs. After the first use I went to hang it up and she said Oh NO!, that pick goes back into the house, it lives inside. WOW! Hats off to AM Leonard for offering this fine gardening tool.

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