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Item 160213
Model 160213W

WoodRiver - Gardening Tool Turning Kit 3 Piece

$17.99

Our three-piece Garden Tool Turning Kit is a must for any gardening enthusiast. It includes the most common gardening tools needed to grow beautiful flowers – a transplanter, a cultivator, and a...

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Our three-piece Garden Tool Turning Kit is a must for any gardening enthusiast. It includes the most common gardening tools needed to grow beautiful flowers – a transplanter, a cultivator, and a weeder – all constructed of durable, cast aluminum that has been polished to a high sheen. Handle material sold separately.

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  • Durable cast aluminum construction
  • Contains a transplanter, cultivator and weeder
  • Polished to a high sheen

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2.5 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews
  1. 1.0 out of 5 stars
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    Not recommended.

    These aren't made for putting wooden handles on. They are tools that were designed to have plastic handles injection molded around them, so the tang is not round, its a weird oval ridged shape that doesn't easily go into a drilled hole. They feel like soft cast metal, not solid steel, so the durability leaves something to be desired, also.

  2. 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Instructions are Incorrect

    The instructions call for an 11/16" Pen Makers drill bit, however if you drill an 11/16" hole, the metal handles are way too loose inside. I drilled several test holes until I got to 5/8", which seems to be the correct size. 5/8" hole is snug and with epoxy glue should make a good hold. Not sure yet on durability. The cultivator seems very weak to me, but I'll know more once I've completed. If I can update this review, I'll add my additional thoughts.

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