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5-Piece Digging, Transferring, and Cultivating Garden Tool Set with Rolling Cart

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  • 5-piece planting garden tool set with outdoor rolling and cart
  • Trowel, transplanter, and cultivator
  • Hand tools feature an ergonomic design and gel grip hand cushions
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About This Product

Speed up your gardening projects with the Ames hand tool and rolling cart set. This set includes hand tools such as the 7-in-1 Planter's Pal Hand Tool, a trowel, a transplanter, a cultivator, and a rolling storage cart. With this set from Ames, you'll always have the right tool for the outdoor job.

Highlights

  • Includes 1 of each: planter's pal 7-in-1 hand tool, 3-piece garden tool set - hand trowel, hand transplanter, hand cultivator, and a 4 cu.ft. plastic rolling and storage lawn and garden cart
  • Planter's pal 7-in-1 hand tool features a convenient hang-up hole for storage, a serrated edge and sharpened straight edge, a steel multi-purpose tip, and a weeder tip
  • Use the planter's pal 7-in-1 hand tool for planting, cutting bags of soil, cutting sod, cutting twine, weeding, tampering, and measuring
  • Trowel - used for planting, transplanting, weeding, moving, and smoothing soil
  • Transplanter - for planting seeds and transplanting seedlings into planters or small beds
  • Cultivator - used to loosen packed soil; use the cultivator tool to dislodge small weeds around perennials and annuals, it is ideal for smoothing soil in planters and beds
  • Trowel, transplanter, and cultivator feature an ergonomic hand design and soft gel grip hand cushions
  • Rolling storage cart - use for storing and transporting tools outdoors; features up to 4 cu. ft. of storage room, a convenient seat for doing outdoor projects, and 4 poly wheels with steel axles
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Product Information

Internet # 325894559

Model # 10000-03450

Store SKU # 1009771467

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Specifications

Dimensions: H 13.5 in, W 12.09 in, D 20 in

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)

20 in

Product Height (in.)

13.5 in

Product Width (in.)

12.09 in

Details

Color/Finish

Green and brown

Number of Tools Included

5

Product Weight (lb.)

5.4 lb

Returnable

90-Day

Tools Included

Planter's Pal 7-in-1 Hand Tool, hand trowel, hand transplanter, hand cultivator, garden cart

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

15 years for the hand tools and 30 days for the garden cart

Questions & Answers

8Questions
caret
Q:Where is it made?
by|Aug 17, 2023
1 Answer
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A:  This item is made overseas and distributed locally here in the United States.

by|Sep 12, 2023
    1 found this answer helpful
    caret
    Q:How are the wheels constructed? Are they solid or do they need an inner tube?
    by|Jul 27, 2023
    1 Answer
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    A:  The wheels are solid plastic. Mike

    by|Jul 27, 2023
    caret
    Q:The description is wrong: there is no way this is a 4 cubic ft. cart. It's 1.5 cubic ft.
    by|May 1, 2023
    1 Answer
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    A:  This error has been updated online.

    by|Sep 11, 2023
      caret
      Q:What are the outside dimensions? I could not find this information anywhere.
      by|Mar 24, 2022
      1 Answer
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      A:  Go to the product page and scroll down to "Dimensions" there you will find your answers. Mike

      by|Mar 24, 2022
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      Customer Reviews

      4.6 out of 5

      • 4.6 out of 323 reviews
      • 92% recommend this product
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      Made in China and Proposition 65 Warning
      I waited for days to receive this and I was excited since this handtool is not only versatile, but I also thought, made in USA. It's not- it's made in China and to add insult to injury, it also has a plastic chemical warning label. I "Googled" Ames Gardening Tools and online it says they're made here. This isn't true. I feel like returning it.
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      This review is from Planter's Pal 7-in-1 Hand Tool
        Ames Fan
        Okay, as it turns out, I almost exclusively use Ames tools in my yard. The exception has been some of my smaller hand tools. Not sure why I haven’t tried Ames for the smaller hand tools, but it turns out these Gel Grip Hand Tools tools have some nice features. Firstly, they’re made from stainless steel. When I’ve finish working, I am terrible about cleaning off my garden tools. Stainless steel construction is a very good thing. You could say the same about the Soft Gel Grip handles. Easy to clean up, even if you tend to neglect cleaning off your tools. Lastly, these tools are relatively sturdier than some other brands. The steel is thicker but not too heavy to use. I do primarily use my smaller hand gardening tools for container gardening. One of the main uses is transplanting, but I haven’t had an opportunity to try the transplanter tool. In hindsight, I like these tools and I noticed that Ames has a 6-piece set of this that may also be a great fit for me. Bottom line. I have used Ames tools for many years and I’ve always been highly satisfied with all of them.
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        • Recommended
        1 found this review helpful
        Great tools
        A nice, sturdy set of tools. The wooden handles are easy to grip. I love the different sizes of the trowels. The narrow one makes it easier to get into small pots or smaller holes. The larger trowel is good for working in the garden. The hand cultivator is great for weeding and mixing soil. Great tool set for a beginner or an experienced gardener. Would make a nice gift.
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        • Recommended
        1 found this review helpful
        This garden tool set should last for a long time
        The features that standout are the Stainless-Steel blades of the shovels, the cultivator claw, and the very comfortable cushioned handles. The stainless steel is thick and you won’t have to worry about bending the shovel blades. The claw material is thick and the weld seems very secure so it will be resistant to breaking. I have older gardening tools that have rusted where the chrome plating was scraped off. I am confident that rusting won’t be a problem with these tools. The stainless steel is easy to clean, and the handles have holes at the ends for hanging your tools. The handles have an ergonomic design with a cushioned grip without being overly soft. I found the handles were comfortable with or without work gloves. The handles are a big improvement when compared to hard plastic or wooden handles. The handles seem securely attached to the tools. Overall, this is a very nice set of gardening tools that are well made.
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        • Recommended
        Cushioned grips and stainless heads make this a good set of garden tools
        This is my second set of Ames garden tools with cushioned grips. I bought an Ames trowel and cultivator a couple of years ago. The cultivator is still in good shape but the soft grip on the trowel tore (digging sometimes requires a lot of force applied to the handle) and it wasn’t repairable. The handles on this set seem more robust. The trowel and transplanter came unsharpened. I usually sharpen my garden tools with a file to make digging easier. The tools were made in China.
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        • Recommended
        Tools for the Serious Gardner .
        I put these tools to work the day i got them . i was in process of planting clover in my front yard and needed to cover the seed with a layer of dried peat moss. the tiller broke the moss up from its compressed state and the shovel was used to scoop it into the bucket and then to spread it around on the seed to cover the seeds up and birds away The 3rd is a transplanter that is ideal for digging to a precise depth for bulbs etc.It is one of the few that comes with a 15 year warranty on the tool . So a good investment
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        • Recommended
        Handy Well Built Set for Every Gardener
        Somehow I go through a lot of these little sets. Living only a few miles from salt water hasn’t helped survival rates and either has rock and clay under ground. The ergonomics of all three of these tools is very comfortable. The metal finish is also good and cleaned easy in a bucket of water. The tips are sharp enough to cut roots and grass easily helping to shorten job time. Overall worth the choice.
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        • Recommended
        Large Grip Handles
        I really like this gardening set, mostly because of the size of the handles. Sometimes after even a short time of gardening my hand will cramp up. For me, these were easier to grip and feel quite substantial. Where the tool is attached to the handle seems very secure. They have a good size hole in the top allowing for easy storage - hanging them on a wall, on a gardeners rack, or in a cupboard.
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        • Recommended
        Nice Set of Gardening Tools
        This is a very nice set of gardening tools. The grips are soft gel, which is better than the older wooden or hard plastic grips. The transplanter has marks on it to show how deep you are digging, which is very handy. Each has holes in the handles for easy hanging storage when not using, although you could just put them in a bucket as well. The price seems reasonable as well for the quality of the tools.
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        • Recommended
        Very sturdy and well made tools
        The Ames three-piece garden tool set (#24450009) contains a hand trowel, hand transplanter, and hand cultivator with Ergo gel grip handles. Unfortunately, I received only two pcs., the hand trowel and a soil scoop that is set 24452009 so a completely different set. While not getting what was ordered, the tools I did receive are a good product. The trowel scoop is made from 1/16” thick stainless-steel material attached to the Ergo handle. The ergo handle is made with a thumb rest and finger grooves for good hand control and has gel inserts for the palm of your hand, right or left does not matter. The tool is 13” overall length (OAL) and has a large ½” diameter through hole in the end for ease of hanging. The soil scoop is slightly thinner material at 1/32” thick and stamped stainless steel. The scoop has the same Ergo handle, is the same OAL as the trowel, and feels very good in the hand. I tried the trowel out and you can get some good leverage out of it. Feels very sturdy and comfortable in the hand. The soil scoop I tested with some new plant soil, and it will carry quite a bit, very pleased. I found the tools I received of good quality with no flaws and no complaints about their function. The tools I received were made in China. Recommended.
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        • Recommended
        1 found this review helpful
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