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This Heavy Duty 3 Piece Garden Hand Tool Set is made by the creator of the Hori Hori garden knife and Rechargable Headlamp. They come with their own leather sheath. Here's the description from the amazon page:
 
3 Piece Set of Indestructible Cast Aluminum Garden Tools. Great for heavy duty gardening tasks.

  • VERSATILE 3 PIECE SET the essential tools for weeding, digging, aerating, transplanting and more.
  • THICK, HIGH GRADE ALUMINUM – Single piece die cast with lightweight, corrosion resistant Aluminum Alloy 383. These tools are guaranteed not to rust, fade, crack, or break.
  • ERGONOMIC FEEL – Not too big, Not too small. Fits comfortably in any gardener’s hand.
  • ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY PACKAGING – Plastic Free.
  • LIFETIME WARRANTY and customer support from a 5-star Seller with thousands of 5-star reviews.


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    I hereby give this tool set 9.5 out of 10 acorns!


    I purchased this set in December of 2019 (so almost 3 years ago) as kind of a Christmas gift to myself. What ended up happening is that my kids decided that THEY wanted the hand trowels. This resulted in the trowels being used for digging in gravel and sand to build sand castles and giant holes, as well as the planting I used them for. It also meant that these have lived out in the elements for the entirety of their life.

    In all their years of uses and wear & tear, they still look beautiful and dig wonderfully. I LOVE that they don't have wooden handles that rot when left in the elements, or plastic handles that denature over time, or foamy handles that get slimy and gross. These are always a pleasure to use.

    The tool handles are wonderfully shaped, too. They work great for little kids' hands, as well as adults' hands, and I love the grip that's built into them.

    These don't break. They don't rot. They don't rust. They're easy to clean. They always look nice. They're good for kids and adults. They're just awesome.

    I have a lot of hand trowels, and these are my favorites. They're my kids' favorites, too.

    I removed 0.5 acorns just because I've never found a use for the cultivator. I usually use my cultivator for pulling out weeds, and this one doesn't do that. Or, rather, it doesn't for me. I like a cultivator with tines that are sharper and a little closer to me. But, it's just as sturdy and lovely as the trowels, and maybe I'll figure out a use for it one day, and change my review!

     
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