New! Radius Root Slayer XL

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Weight: 5.25 lbs

A longer handle for extra leverage!

Radius equipped the Root Slayer XL with an extra-long straight handle. This handle features a fiberglass shaft with a non-latex grip. This fiberglass handle resists bending and breaking.

Radius makes the blade of the Root Slayer XL out of 13-gauge mid-carbon steel. It measures 13 inches in length and has an extra-wide 10-1/2-inch top step. This inverted V-shaped blade features root-cutting ripsaw teeth.

The Root Slayer XL combines multiple tools into a single unit. This shovel possesses the best traits of hatchets, prybars, nursery spades, and saws. It slices through sod and roots with ease. The extra-wide top step gives you more stability when sawing through troublesome roots.

Both amateur and professional gardeners trust Root Slayer. This tool offers a multitude of uses in a convenient, durable package. Radius backs this shovel with a lifetime warranty!

Specs

  • Overall length (inches): 57-1/2
  • Overall weight (pounds): 5-1/4
  • Handle length (inches): 44-1/2
  • Handle material: Pultruded fiberglass
  • Blade length (inches): 13
  • Blade width (inches): 10-1/2

Product Features

  • Extra-long fiberglass handle
  • Non-latex grip
  • Inverted V-shaped steel blade
  • Root-cutting ripsaw teeth
  • Extra-wide top step

Product Benefits

  • Extra-long handle works well for taller users or those who prefer a long, straight handle
  • Inverted V-shaped blade and ripsaw teeth cut through roots with ease
  • Extra-wide top step increases stability during use
  • Combines a shovel, hatchet, prybar, spade, and saw into a single unit

Warranty

The manufacturer covers this product with a lifetime warranty.

Review Summary (Based on 1 Reviews)

5 Stars

Sapling Bomb wrote

Takes out the moderate sized saplings like a charm - no "bounce" off bigger roots like a round point. Balks a little at bigger saplings (1" plus caliper) with big or hard roots. Only complaint is the modest size of the blade - pretty narrow towards the point and only medium at the shoulder. I feel like it could do a little bit more lateral digging with each "cut". For a modest size individual (170 lbs.) it is no problem jumping it through some big roots. Overall - highly effective .

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