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Model #DLD6006

Ultimate Innovations 5.5 in. Handle Dirty Little Digger in Green

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Product Overview

The Dirty Little Digger is one of the most versatile garden tools around! This one tool replaces 6 common garden hand tools. It works like a cultivator, trowel, weeder, scoop, hori knife and bulb digger. Made from durable and tough 12-Guage staniless steel to tackle tough gardening tasks. The Do-It-All Digger has sharp, serrated edges for easy cutting of roots and vines. Also, with a pointed tip, this digger makes it easy to break up tough dirt, rocky soil and clay. The tip also is a great way to make trenches and furrows for planting seeds. The handle is an easy grip to provide comfort and a firm grip while working with this versatile tool. The spoon shape is also etched with measurements of 1 in. – 4 in. for correct planting depth of seeds and bulbs.
  • 6 tools in 1
  • Stainless steel
  • Etched with measurements
  • Easy grip handle

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Handle Length (in.)
Head Width (in.)
Product Depth (in.)
1.5 in
Product Height (in.)
Product Width (in.)
Tine length (in.)


Handle Material
Number of tines
Product Weight (lb.)
Short or Long Handle

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Customer Reviews

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Sorry, but no.
Too large to use as anything but a scoop, perhaps for transferring potting soil. Otherwise the torque it puts on your wrist while using it is way too much, especially for a woman's smaller wrists. Good idea but doesn't actually work.
by doc23
This has become my favorite gardening hand tools, replacing my...
This has become my favorite gardening hand tools, replacing my hori hori knife.
by Pinaygardener
It is my go to scooper now but for digging...
It is my go to scooper now but for digging I use sturdier tools. I like the serrated edges. They help somewhat.
by Rebecca
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