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Model #70110

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$3314
  • Forged steel head
  • Beveled blade great for chopping and making furrows for planting
  • Strong hardwood handle
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Product Overview

Strength and durability make Razor-Back tools the choice of professionals. This meadow hoe is ideal for chopping and making furrows for planting. It's also a great way to keep gardens weed-free with no harsh chemicals.
  • 7 in. x 3.5 in. beveled blade
  • Forged, gooseneck shank pattern
  • Extra-long 60 in. North American hardwood handle reduces back strain
  • Steel ferrule for strongest blade and handle connection

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Specifications

Dimensions

Handle Length (in.)
60
Product Depth (in.)
5
Product Height (in.)
63.8
Product Width (in.)
7

Details

Handle Material
Wood
Hoe Type
Garden Hoe
Product Weight (lb.)
3
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Lifetime

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.6
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This is the quality you expect to get in a working tool. The welds are complete and the steel qua...
This is the quality you expect to get in a working tool. The welds are complete and the steel quality is excellent. The size and weight are both good. The blade cut quickly through he soil making short work of the job. The blade design may be the reason and it works well, making the job easier. The design and welds should last a lifetime with minimal care.
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This is a great, very comfortably and efficient hoe. I have spent the summer installing a walkway...
This is a great, very comfortably and efficient hoe. I have spent the summer installing a walkway from pavers which included leveling the sloping ground. I broke my 25+ years old hoe and this was a great replacement. First the handle is 64 1/2 inches long giving a great reach for pulling dirt. The 7 inch wide blade which is about 1 1/2 inches wider than my old hoe, cuts clean and easy, making a clean level surface, that I'll add soil and sod to later. I dug through some tough clay and used the hoe to smash and cut it up to mix with dirt and spread. Went really easy, was somewhat surprised how well it chopped up the thick clay pieces. The handle is wood, thought about fiberglass but this is very comfortably even without gloves. It's also lightweight which i appreciate. The price is higher than other hoes, but the length of the handle, width of the hoe blade, and it feels very solid makes it worth it if you plan on having it for years. I try to buy tools that will last. Can't see anything wrong, so I'm hopeful it will last many years.
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This seems to be a well made and heavier duty hoe then most of the ones I’ve looked at. The blade is about an inch wider and heavier then some of the others I looked at. It works well in the garden and other areas. Instead of using a single rivet or metal pin to secure the metal rake to the wooden handle, I would like to see 2 and have them go all the way through. This is where I’ve seen most of my problems over the years with rakes, hoes, shovel, etc. The only reason I’m giving it a 4 is because of the price. It’s more than double the price of some other well-made hoes. It also has a “Life time Warranty” but I don’t see anything on this (THD) web site as to what that means?? Here’s a link to the Razor-Back Warranty web-site. https://www.razor-back.com/resources/warranty-information/
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I've never owned a hoe, but I can tell you that this one, with the extra long wood handle, will r...
I've never owned a hoe, but I can tell you that this one, with the extra long wood handle, will reduce my hand, neck, back and shoulder strain. I tested it in very cold weather where the ground has been introduced several times to frost, and this product is very sturdy. The blade isn't sharp, but moved the soil easily. It will aid in my endeavor to dislodge weeds or mound and shape soil in the spring.
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Sturdy and very good quality. Trying to get all the materials and tools I will need for the spri...
Sturdy and very good quality. Trying to get all the materials and tools I will need for the spring projects or anything else that comes up in the meantime. I did try using this tool when I first got it. Handle feels good in the hand and very easy to use. Needed to clean out a small area in the mulch and this worked perfectly. Never have done yard work in the past but this hoe will help me immensely. Highly reccomend.
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Living on a home with five acres of property I often find myself needing gardening/construction t...
Living on a home with five acres of property I often find myself needing gardening/construction tools to do work around the property. I got this “Meadow/Blackland” hoe to help doing work around the property. The soil in the area is fairly hard and rocky but this hoe is able to handle the soil without difficulty. The handle on the hoe is a 60 inch wooden handle and held up well when I was working with it. I was a little concerned about the wood handle because I think there are stronger materials but the wood handle seemed to perform well. The blade on the hoe seems very sturdy and well made. I think I will get a lot of use out of this hoe and would definitely recommend it.
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This is a well made hoe that has a five foot long handle and a sharp blade to make easy cuts and ...
This is a well made hoe that has a five foot long handle and a sharp blade to make easy cuts and swings to get to hard to pull weeds. I used this to get rid of weeds that would grow in the gravel around my wood shop. It cut the weeds so well that I was able to pull the weeds out by the roots. I have had to pull these by hands for years and this made it much easier. The handle is comfortable to grip and the hoe is very sturdy.
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Hoe Hoe Hoe, an early Christmas present for myself. My old hoe lost its head while I attempted to...
Hoe Hoe Hoe, an early Christmas present for myself. My old hoe lost its head while I attempted to break up some hard clay soil; it had a wood handle wrapped in fiberglass and a short ferrule. That combination allowed water to seep in and be trapped under the fiberglass and eventually the wood inside the handle rotted. So – when looking for a new hoe, I wanted a longer ferrule with a solid wood handle. The Razor Back checks all the boxes, and then some. It has an extra wide blade to cover more ground, and a tapered solid wood handle which allows you to rotate the hoe to any angle. You can use the long edge, a side edge, or a 45 degree angle for furrowing or chopping out weeds all while maintaining the same comfortable grip. The long ferrule absorbs most of the impact and keeps the wooden handle well above wet soil.
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This hoe is very solid. Stronger than any that I have previously had. The blade is familiar siz...
This hoe is very solid. Stronger than any that I have previously had. The blade is familiar sized and the handle seems like a little longer than most. Very nice wood handle is comfortable. It is 8 or 10 inches longer than other tools in my shed. The connection is strong. Heavy duty rivet is solid in the handle and the welding of the blade to the connector is very solid..
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For years I have been using a hoe that was a hand me down and recently the handle broke. So the ...
For years I have been using a hoe that was a hand me down and recently the handle broke. So the need for a new replacement. This new razorback got my attention primarily because of the handle. It turns out that the handle is about 10 inches longer than the length of the old one. That longer length gives me more leverage thus far easier overall work load I'm happy camper and the new handle has no slivers. Enjoy yours!
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