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Italian Grading Hoe 7in x 10in With 41in Handle

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Weight: 4.70 lbs
Rugged 7" x 10" grading blade. 41" oval eye handle is flared at one end, blade is slid onto narrow end of handle and pushed all the way to end. Wt 4 lb. Complete hoe.


Handle length 41in. flared at one end, blade is slid onto narrow end of handle and pushed all the way to flared end. Blade size 7in. x 10in., weight 4lbs.


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 condition.

Review Summary (Based on 3 Reviews)

3 Stars

“Italian” hoe made in china wrote

I understand it’s the style of hoe, I’m Portuguese and my father and grandfather had many quality Italian style hoes made from Italy, Spain, Germany ..it does seem to be of good quality I guess I just assumed it was authentic.

3 Stars

Not as expected wrote

I purchased this product for a foreign national friend who is into gardening. The specific product was difficult to find. Upon receipt my friend was disappointed with the size of the handle as it was too small for him use. I didn't measure the handle to verify length of handle but He wanted it to be returned.

5 Stars

Italian Grading Hoe wrote

I saw some local Portuguese guys using this to strip sod and do some pulling and mixing of soil-so i bought one. What a great tool! Good design, strong components. Pulling, rather than digging or pushing, is much more efficient body movement and this tool maximizes that movement. I've now owned one for a decade and i have added other sizes to this collection, but this size is the most versatile. If there was a model with a longer handle, then i'd buy that too and use it for pulling down loam, mulch, etc.. from the back of my trucks into wheelbarrows.

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