Claus Dalby heart shaped push hoe with ergonomic handle
L: 35 cm
I am very fond of quality and like to acquire things that can withstand years of wear and tear. And that is exactly what the garden tools from the Dutch company DeWit can. Here you can really talk about genuine craftsmanship made from hardened boron steel, manufactured in the small town of Kornhorn in northern Holland. All handles are made from Dutch ash.
My enthusiasm for the tools from DeWit further increased, when I was introduced to the tools with ergonomic handles, and I am now sole distributor of these tools in Denmark.
The tools are particularly brilliant if you have problems with your hands, elbows, or shoulders. This is what The Danish Rheumatism Society says about them:
‘We have tested DeWit’s garden tools in our reference group here in The Danish Rheumatism Society, where they have been approved. It is the length of the handles in particular, and the extra handle at the end, as well as the weight and genuine quality of the materials used that has convinced the reference group that this type of completely unique garden tools will be both a benefit and a joy to e.g. people with arthritis’.
Together with a hoe, a plant trowel, a 3-tine cultivator, and a forged hand fork, the heart-shaped push hoe is an indispensable part of the garden tools. You push it in front of you and the sharp heart-shaped blade will easily remove annual weeds at soil level.