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McLeod Tool Suggestion

 
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Does anyone have experience with the McLeod tool for preparing raised garden beds? It is my favorite tool for this and so looking to purchase one for my new garden and seeking guidance as to best quality/value.

I like the wooden handles and solid connection to handle as I will be pounding into the earth. Trying not to spend more than $50-$60 but open to suggestions as I’d prefer a quality tool that will work well and last a while over a good deal.

Was considering this one on amazon for price and that it ships to me in Hawaii:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00OHRQNSA/ref=mp_s_a_1_6?ie=UTF8&qid=1516859489&sr=8-6&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_QL65&keywords=mcleod+fire+tool&dpPl=1&dpID=31L-3XlkGaL&ref=plSrch

But no reviews so difficult to tell quality. Hoping someone can steer me in a good direction. Thanks for your help.
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I purchased a rake from Rogue Hoe about two years ago.  It's a well built tool, that I've put to some punishing use.  My internet is incredibly slow today, and I wasn't able to look around their site to see if they had what you were looking for.
 
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We use them for fire fighting in Australia, they are about 20 inches across.
 
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truper.com  This is the Mfg. web site, that might give you more of what you are looking for.
 
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This is my go-to tool for making raised garden beds. It will seem heavy for the first 10 minutes you use it but after that it is pure bliss to use! The long handle saves a lot of wear & tear on your lower back
https://www.easydigging.com/pointed-hoe.html
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