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EAN: 5012095600381

The Spear & Jackson Kew Gardens Stainless Steel Treaded Digging Spade is a high quality tool designed and manufactured for serious gardeners and allotment owners alike. The mirror polished stainless steel head offers protection from rust and minimal soil adhesion, allowing the blade to slip easily into the ground and also makes for easier cleaning, while the double width treads make for more comfortable digging. The double riveted extra-long socket provides strength, durability and increases the tool’s overall length helping to reduce bending and back strain. The FSC approved hardwood shaft is weatherproofed for protection against the elements to further prolong the life of the tool. This item carries a 10 year guarantee. The Kew range of tools has been developed in conjunction with Kew’s horticultural team, resulting in an officially licensed range of tools which are both used and recommended by Kew. Spear & Jackson’s foundations were laid in 1760, since our beginnings centuries of experience and innovation have resulted in the materials and development expertise that resides within the company today; and "continuous innovation" is at the heart of the company's ethos. This drive to improve product materials and performance can be seen in many different ways across the company's 3,000 lines.
  • Depth: 97 MM
  • Height: 1065 MM
  • Width: 184 MM
  • Developed in conjunction with Kew's horticultural team, resulting in an officially licensed tool which is used & recommended by Kew Gardens
  • Mirror polished stainless steel blade slips easily through soil and provides resistance to rust, minimal soil adhesion and easier cleaning
  • Longer socket to increase the spade's height to help reduce bending and back strain, coupled with double rivets for greater strength
  • FSC approved and weatherproofed Ash shaft, split to form a classic YD handle
  • 10 year guarantee
  • Safety Catch: No