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New! Tomato Rollerhooks with Twine

  • 4 Stars
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Weight: 0.14 lbs

These hooks make trellising easy!

This kit combines one metal rollerhook frame and one roll of twine into one convenient package. The roll contains 118 feet of twine; enough to last the entire growing season.Rollerhooks make trellising tomatoes easy. Though roller hooks provide similar benefits as Tomato Hooks, they are easier to use.Rollerhooks provide you with more control when lowering tomatoes and other vine crops. This increased control prevents you from lowering more than you need. They also help you avoid twine slipping.

Review Summary (Based on 4 Reviews)

5 Stars

These are great, Jon from MO wrote

I got such a kick out of Jon from MO's review that I had to chime in. No, you don't attach these to your belt, LOL! You attach them to a wire overhead. You squeeze on the wire part to release some of the twine. You use the plastic clips to support your vines, tomato plants, etc. Just Google it!

5 Stars

Awesome Product wrote

Such a good idea for trellising tomatoes and cucumbers. I don't know how I got along without it. Of course, you need to set up some type of hanging trellis system (sturdy poles connected by wire). Just search on Youtube to learn how to do this.

1 Star

A good mind puzzle wrote

My family had a good two hour conversation trying to figure out how this thing works. It is just a simple bent wire that appears to attach maybe to your belt (?) and you pull out the twine. But, there is a notch on the twine spool that stops it from unrolling, which I'm sure is good, but, we never could figure out an easy way to unroll to securing plants. So, I finally just stopped using it and carry the spool of twine in my pocket--which is fine. Maybe just trying to find a tool for a challenge that didn't exist.

5 Stars

Handy Tool! wrote

These are great and easy to use.

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