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1. Garden Weasel90106Garden Weasel
$10.99
2. Garden Weasel 91322 Mini Claw
3. Garden Weasel91306The "Garden

1. Garden Weasel90106Garden Weasel with Detachable Blades and Two Handles
by Garden Weasel Company
Tools & Hardware
list price: $29.99 -- our price: $19.99
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Asin: B00004RA1U
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Originally invented and marketed in Germany, the Garden Weasel is still an amazing garden tool, even after 15 years of "As Seen on TV" advertising here in the States. Its self-cleaning rotary cutters run crosswise against each other, meeting about 1-1/2 inches below the ground to break the surface soil and creating a fine till with their scissorlike action. Use this tool to break up soil in large areas or wide rows or to scarify soil for seeding. If you remove a few of the blades, you can work on exceptionally narrow rows or around plants. By using the short handle (included), you can work in greenhouses or rock gardens. Clearly, there are many uses for this tool--it's hard to imagine, but after all these years, it's still one of the best cultivators on the market. Ingenious design, versatile applications, and solid construction have kept this tool at the top for decades. --Ariel Meadow Stallings ... Read more

Features

  • Loosens the soil and does the weeding
  • Wheels run crosswise against each other
  • Scissor action ensures that the soil is continually broken up and weeds uprooted
  • Wheel prongs clean themselves of dirt automatically

Reviews (18)

5-0 out of 5 stars Should be called a Garden Wiz
I've had my weasel for a couple of years now and I love it.I have a vegetable garden about 12'X12' and this weasle is a wiz in it.Excellent to use weekly to rid my garden of beginner weeds, if you use it regularly you won't have a problem with weeds.

It also works good to airiate bad spots in your lawn and break up the compacted soil for new grass to grow.

1-0 out of 5 stars This is a useless tool
What a waste of money.It won't cultivate, it won't weed, it won't even mix soft soils together.If you want to break your back scratching the surface of your yard or spend hours untangling the impenetrable foliage tapestry the blades will create, then this is the tool for you.If you actually want to accomplish something, you're better off buying a hoe, a rake, or a sharp, pointy stick.

1-0 out of 5 stars Like most as seen on TV items...
I'm probably going to get blasted with no helpfuls for this review, but I've got to call a spade a spade.Growing up my family's summer project was driving to my grandparents farm and growing about 3 acres of winter squash.We started every saturday at about 6:00 am and worked through the day until 4 or 5 at night.There were 3 hoes around the farm that were fought over and a couple that were ok.My father to try and help out the situation bought one of these garden weasels, which soon became the most fought over tool around... to not have to use it.After everyone had tried it for a few rows (the rows were longer than you are thinking... no raised beds) it got left in the shed every time.After the first day that garden weasel was not used again.Save yourself the cash and buy a real hoe, designed for use in a garden.People have been using hoes for hundreds of years and I don't think much progress has been made in the last 20 years on the designs.Stick to the traditional.Unfortunately as much as I love amazon (see my other reviews) I don't see many options for hoes here.There are a couple of scuffle or stirrup hoes, I have only cursory experience with this kind of hoe and can't say you should buy one.Tierra looks to have a couple of hoes with promise but I shrink a bit at the price.My personal favorites can be found from a company called Prohoe or from Lehmans.Sorry Amazon, one thing you don't have. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Landscaping Tools    2. Hand Tools    3. Cultivators & Tillers   


2. Garden Weasel 91322 Mini Claw
by Garden Weasel Company
Tools & Hardware
list price: $10.99 -- our price: $10.99
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Asin: B00004RA1T
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

Cute and practical, the Mini Claw aerates and loosens soil, increasing the effectiveness of watering and fertilizing. Also helpful for weeding, the Mini Claw has three angled tines and a vinyl grip. If you're looking for heavy-duty aeration, you may want to purchase a larger version of the Claw, but for delicate projects, the Mini Claw provides the precision you need. ... Read more

Features

  • Cultivates, loosens, aerates, and weeds all types of soil, even heavy clay
  • Makes watering more efficient
  • Helps to avoid damaging or cutting vital root systems
  • Smaller size helpful on delicate projects

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars My favorite garden tool.
I keep a vegetable garden in Winder, GA, and this is my favorite gardening tool.I use it for everything from initial planting (after the ground has been broken and prepared with larger tools) to scratching fertilizer into the soil ongoing.It's lightweight, convenient to hold and easy to use to loosen soil.

Also seems to be pretty much indestructible.

4-0 out of 5 stars Convenient to keep around the house
This comes in handy for some of your smaller, lower maintenance gardening projects. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Landscaping Tools    2. Hand Tools    3. Cultivators & Tillers   


3. Garden Weasel91306The "Garden Claw" Cultivator
by Garden Weasel Company
Tools & Hardware
list price: $49.99
Asin: B00004RA1S
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Editorial Review

The Garden Claw Gold cultivator is designed to break up hard-packed soil, aerating your lawn and garden. Aeration can greatly increase irrigation efficiency, enabling you to get the most out of your watering. Made of electro-coated steel, the cultivator boasts a patented claw head with six angled tines designed to break up and crumble soil. The product lives up to its name, featuring sparkly vinyl grips on the curved handlebars and glittering gold paint on the claw head. Useful not just for aerating, the Claw can also uproot weeds, blend fertilizers, and even mix compost. It only took us a few minutes to assemble, and there are four adjustable height settings. ... Read more

Features

  • Makes watering more efficient
  • Loosens and aerates all types of soil
  • Uproots weeds
  • Blends fertilizers and peat moss into the soil
  • Cultivates around shrubs, bushes, and other hard-to-reach areas

Reviews (10)

2-0 out of 5 stars Handles are on backwards!
We bought the Garden Claw several years ago at our first house and never used it, because the handles are mounted for lefties.That is, the two hand-grips are each curved to the side, giving a feel of turning a wheel when you use it.This would be great if you put your hands on the grips and turned it to the right to dig.But the tines on this gadget are positioned so that you have to "steer" the Claw to the left to get them to dig.Since us righties have more strength in our right hands, it was very awkward to "steer" the Claw to the left.We spent about 20 minutes with it in the garden that day and haven't used it since.

5-0 out of 5 stars Being able to do it myself: Priceless!
I planned to use the Garden Claw for stand-up cultivation of my raised beds, and it will be great for that; it's perfect for SFG-style beds.

But this is the best part: I've discovered it's perfect for helping me dig post holes for my grape and kiwi trellises. I'm a 4'10" disabled woman with bad knees and a bad back. I just don't have the upper body strength to ram a post-hole digger into the clay soil in our fescue-matted field, and the two big, strong men in my household always have something more pressing to do.

I discovered the Garden Claw makes a circular hole that's just a tad wider than the post-hole digger does, and I can loosen six or more inches of clay soil and roots in no time. Without strain! Then I can use the post-hole digger to lift out the loosened soil, or I can just spade it out into a bucket for use somewhere else. As weak as I am, I can get two 2-foot holes dug before I have to rest.

I've been frustrated because I've been too broke to pay someone to come put these trellises in and worried because I know the vines will be here before I know it. Thanks to the Garden Claw, I can put in my trellises all by myself! It paid for itself the very first day. So far, I'm delighted with it.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Gadget for Small Areas
I bought this gadget after seeing the commercial. It has become my favorite outdoor tool. Living in a brownstone I have very little earth to tend. So for my purposes, it's better than a garden fork, etc. It's surprisingly well made and the design makes it effortless to use. ... Read more

Subjects:  1. Landscaping Tools    2. Hand Tools    3. Cultivators & Tillers   


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