A: Works great Thanks.
A: If you are digging a trench i would recommend our trench shovel, but this could be used to slice the edges of the trench. Use a shovel to remove the dirt.
A: Yes, you can use it to lay cable. You step it into the ground, wiggle it to you then away from you to create a 1/2" wide trench. Move the tool and do it again 3 or 4 times, push the cable into the hole with a dowel or other blunt object and repeat. Use underground dog fence, landscape low voltage lighting wire, etc.
A: This product is used for edging around sidewalks and driveways.
A: Manual edging around any solid flat surface
A: This product is used for edging around sidewalks, driveways and the like. If you are digging a hole i would recommend one of our standard round point shovels or our floral spade if you would like a smaller tool.
A: This is to make natural edging instead of using blocks or landscape timbers. Use it to make a narrow 'ditch' to keep the grass out of the flower beds/garden.
A: Keeping contoured edging sharp and clean around flower beds and landscaping
|Brand||Bully Tools||Ames||Radius Garden||Radius Garden|
|Name||Round Lawn Edger with Steel T-Style Handle||Dual Wheel Rotary Edger||38 in. Pro Stainless Steel Garden Edger, 22 in. Handle, Green||50.5 in. Root Slayer Carbon Steel XL Garden Edger, 44 in. Fiberglass Handle|
|Features||No Additional Features||Coated Blades,Rotary Blades,Self Cleaning,Serrated||Handle Grips||Coated Blades,Serrated|
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