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51 in. L Wood Handle 4-Tine Cultivator

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  • Tines designed to dig deep into the soil
  • Varnish hardwood handle
  • Full tempered steel head. Durable soft grip
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About This Product

Transform your gardening with the Ultimate Husky 4-Tine Cultivator with Long Wood Handle & Grip - Your Top Solution for Tilling and Aerating Difficult Soil. The 4-tine design ensures optimal soil penetration, breaking up compacted earth for better nutrient, water, and air circulation. Each tine is specifically crafted to dig deep into the soil with ease. The varnished eucalyptus hardwood handle offers exceptional strength and durability, engineered for extended use and to withstand even the most demanding gardening tasks. The Husky 4-Tine Cultivator also features a full-tempered steel head for enhanced performance and a superior soft grip that prevents hand fatigue, allowing for hours of efficient work in your garden or landscaping project. At Husky, we stand behind the quality and durability of our products, offering a lifetime guarantee.

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Product Information

Internet # 315067749

Model # 77815-944

Store SKU # 1005903389

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Specifications

Dimensions: H 4.12 in, W 4.95 in, D 54.30 in

Dimensions

Handle Length (in.)

51.18

Head Width (in.)

5.10

Product Depth (in.)

54.30 in

Product Height (in.)

4.12 in

Product Width (in.)

4.95 in

Tine length (in.)

4.12

Details

Features

Tempered Blade

Garden Tool Handle Style

Long Handle

Handle Material

Wood

Head Material

Carbon Steel

Number of tines

4

Product Weight (lb.)

2.40 lb

Returnable

90-Day

Short or Long Handle

Long

Tine Material

Steel

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

Lifetime

Questions & Answers

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Q:Is product made in the USA?
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A:  Made in Brazil.

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Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5

  • 4.6 out of 242 reviews
  • 73% recommend this product
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Very poor quality
Bought it 2 hours ago to remove some weeds from my gardening. See attached pic. It came apart within few minutes.
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    Nice rugged strong well built effective tool. Large diameter wood handle with a smooth finish mak...
    Nice rugged strong well built effective tool. Large diameter wood handle with a smooth finish makes for easy gripping and control of tines. Cushion on handle top adds extra grip for pulling. Strong and well built, securely attached metal rod and tines. Great for soil, mulch loosening, snagging viny weeds, twisting and removing while standing. Also great for picking up most fallen or pruned branches without bending. Long tines reach deep. No give to handle with heavy use. Tool seems very strong and expect it to last years from how well it’s performed for a few weeks of home owner landscape & gardening use. Pulled and rolled rocks, old paver walkway without any signs tool flexing. Very satisfied with this Husky Made in Brazil Lifetime Warranty Cultivator Tool. Easily met expectations as a well built tool that with care should last many years.
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    The first thing I noticed on this product is the lifetime guarantee. Even if I perceive a deficie...
    The first thing I noticed on this product is the lifetime guarantee. Even if I perceive a deficiency in quality, I can still buy this product. The second thing I notice is its very light weight. For a tool designed for tedious, demanding, and time consuming work, this is a very important feature, but one that can be hard to balance with a long lasting quality tool. See "Lifetime Guarantee." The steel tines are strong and light. I tried the tool on a patch of hardened ground and it penetrated easily, and even led me to discover some small pieces of slate and a piece of 2x3 just under the surface. The claw cut through the ground quickly and easily. I was surprised to not see a rivet binding the collar to the pole. See "Lifetime Guarantee."
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    We've got a small suburban lot with a fair number of rose bushes. The problem I've run into is f...
    We've got a small suburban lot with a fair number of rose bushes. The problem I've run into is feeding granulated rose food to the rose plants after they've come to bloom - the pickers on the branches make it really difficult to get close enough to work the plant food into the base of the plant. A large hard tined rake isn't maneuverable enough to rake the wood chips that surround the plants out of the way without getting tangled and a springy tined rake doesn't have the grip to remove and replace the chips and is even less maneuverable than the hard rake. (See photos below for comparative sizes). A garden hoe isn’t as effective as a tool with tines. That's why I wanted to try the Husky 4 tine rake - it's strong enough to pull the wood chips out of the way and push them back after the feeding is done and narrow enough to maneuver as desired (it's only 5.1 inches wide). With the Husky I can move the wood chips out of the way, drop the plant food at the base of the plant (using a plastic cup taped to a wooden pole), then push the wood chips back into place - without getting scratched up. The Husky works a treat for this task. Using cloth garden gloves on the hardwood portion of the handle makes for slippery work, but there’s a ‘soft grip’ section that gives a great grip even when using wet cloth gloves. There's a hole drilled into the handle to allow it to be mounted on a wall hook and at just over 54" (including the tines) it's long enough to keep me out of harm's way. I'm finding other uses for the Husky as well - such as spreading woodchips in small flower beds - but its primary task is to help with the rose gardening, and it's really solved that problem for me. Husky offers a Lifetime warranty on the cultivator. HTH Jim
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    Sturdy and decent quality, but the grip and ergonomics could be better, especially for shorter pe...
    Sturdy and decent quality, but the grip and ergonomics could be better, especially for shorter people with smaller hands. There’s lots of times in vegetable or flower gardening when you need to work the soil in a fairly tight area, and a standard width rake is awkward or risks harming the plants. Using a hand trowel can be effective in these situations, but hard on the back and knees. This is where the Husky 4-tine Cultivator comes in handy. The wood handle is sturdy, and tall gardeners will likely find it’s longer length (at 51 inches) to be more comfortable than hunching over a shorter handle to get the leverage needed to cultivate hard clay or rocky soils. The placement of the foam grip toward the top of the handle is also likely to work best for taller gardeners. Unfortunately, the opposite is true for shorter gardeners or those with smaller hands, so if you fall into that category, you may want to try this out in store before making a decision. A few things to be aware of: 1) the varnish on the handle had a slightly tacky or sticky feel, 2) the steel tines are painted black -- working in rocky soils may chip that paint overtime, 3) a second foam grip lower on the handle would help, but a higher quality ergonomic soft grip would greatly improve the experience of working with this tool. Finally, there’s no visible screw or bolt holding the head to the shaft - it feels solid, but I’m worried it could come loose working dense or rocky soil. Husky “51 in. L Wood Handle 4-Tine Cultivator”, Model # 77815-944
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    Like a hoe, a cultivator is a tool that you need year round. Not just to loosen the soil before,...
    Like a hoe, a cultivator is a tool that you need year round. Not just to loosen the soil before, during, and after a planting, but to help. Each year I give my garden area a good tilling with my cultivator, even before the planting process. It helps loosen the soil and allow the soil to breathe, by aerating the ground. And after planting, I give it a weekly cultivating to helps the roots get started and keeping the soil loose. It also helps rain get down to the roots, as the southern sun can bake the ground pretty quickly in a few days. The blades are very rigid and make the process easier, and the rigid wood handle make the tool very powerful in the garden. And the The tines are tempered steel and this tool should last me for decades. And don’t forget the HUSKY Lifetime Warranty.
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    Works great to keep from a lot of bending when I weed the garden of crabgrass.
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    The rake was great . But was damaged by accident
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