Kwik Edge

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Reviews (3.9 out of 5 Grommets)

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Seems to be a solid tool.

4/2/2019 by Dora

I haven't used it yet as our ground is till frozen, but it seems to be very well-made, yet not too heavy to work with. Very pleased.


Love this edger

4/1/2019 by Nan

Used this tool to edge my garden. Works well, saves time.
I used on a none edged garden bed and a bed edged 2 years ago. Love how my garden looks, can’t wait to use all this year


You need to be strong to make this work

7/20/2020 by Theresa

This takes a lot of upper body strength to work, but if you are strong, it does a good job.


Works fine.

6/23/2020 by Charles

My son is left handed, and I love mine. But I don't think a left handed person would be able to use it!


Sharp results!

5/17/2020 by Nan

Just started using this before our mulch was spread. Love it! I like a sharp edge anyway and will use it every couple of days just because the mulch moves a little. It’s fun and easy.


Works well if you’re fit

12/14/2019 by Jon

This is a good idea that worked as described. However, you need to be in good physical shape to work it. No where near as easy as the video portrays!


Works well on edged gardens

6/24/2019 by Fred

Works well on gardens and walkways that I've already edged. Bits of sod hang up on the leading edge that have to be removed or they will reduce its effectiveness.


Interesting tool

5/20/2019 by amy

This one was a bit hard to get used to. I'm left handed and not sure if that was part of my problem. Once I got the hang of it, it really works quite well. My gardens look very manicured and it seemed easier to use than my old way of trimming up edges. I believe practice will make it a tool I will say "how did I live without this?"


Unique tool

4/19/2019 by John

Not the tool tip set an edge of a garden bed, BUT once you have an edge this is a fairly good tool to maintain it.


Good Tool for Grooming

4/9/2019 by Gloria

Not my tool of choice for first seasonal clean up of flower beds. After using my usual flat blade spade to re-edge flower beds and following up with the Kwik Edge I'm happy with the look of the beds and can see where this edger will easily keep the flower beds groomed if used on a regular basis. This would be a five grommet purchase if it was the only tool needed for edging. The soil in my flower beds is claylike and has been amended over the years.

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The Kwik Edge Story

Kwik Edge | Garden Edger

Garden Groomers

Creating garden tools was a natural fit for Kwik Edge Maker Wilson Svedin. This avid gardener was often complimented on his beautiful landscaping, particularly the well-manicured edges.

The secret to Wilson's success was an early prototype of what would evolve into the edging tool once he retired. It works in three ways at once to fight invading grass. It's a simple but smart solution to taming garden bed edges, walkways, and other spots in the yard. Blades trim the grass and cut the roots, and a curved edge grooms the soil back into the bed, all in one quick, fluid motion. For crowded beds
and in planters, Wilson’s hand tools work like a traditional hoe, but with more precision and control. Use the Mini or the smaller Buddy to cultivate flower beds, prep seed rows, and weed. Who knew it could be so easy—and so satisfying—to spruce up your garden Read More Read Less