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- Vintage-inspired Japanese design
- Heat-tempered 6 ¾” blade with twine cutter
- Full, stainless steel tang
- Rich and durable walnut handle
- Concave Blade
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 35.05 x 9.4 x 3.56 cm; 431 Grams
- Date First Available : 22 February 2018
- Manufacturer : Barebones Living
- ASIN : B079ZLF5KH
- Item model number : 20232008000000
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Move from digging to planting to harvesting seamlessly with the Hori Hori Classic. Equipped with a heat-tempered, hollowback blade, full stainless steel tang, twine cutter, and comfortable walnut handle, the Hori Hori Classic is the ultimate gardening tool you can use for a lifetime.
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**UPDATE 6/22/19 I've used this Hori Hori knife and unfortunately had to drop it down from 5 to 4 stars. It's a really good knife but compared to another Hori Hori knife that I purchased on Amazon at the same time (Not sure if I can mention the other brand in my review), the Barebones knife doesn't get as much use. As noted in my original review, the knife does not have numbered gradation marks. Turns out this is a feature that really is necessary when measuring soil depth. Also, having a sharp, pointy tip is more useful than the blunt tip on the Barebones knife (Don't get me wrong, it will still come in handy during a zombie apocalypse. You just might have to put a little more effort into it). Side note: Make sure you remember where you put the knife in your yard. It is easy to misplace on the ground due to the color of the handle and blade.
Another bad feature is that it is the exact color of dirt. Once you set it down, it is completely camouflaged. Unless you're setting it on white marble landscape rocks. Keep it in a bucket. Or wrap bright tape around it, or risk losing track of it at the end of the day.
It is good and sturdy, but the inability to dig quickly, and the dark colored blade relagate this to mostly a tool box, or an interesting curio. Not a good gift for a serious gardener.
Also great for transplanting, but be careful. The blades will slice through roots easily.
The handle is replaceable and full tang, so this can be a tool that lasts forever if you want it to.
Wish it had a sheath, and wish the point was a little pointier, otherwise excellent.