Kwik Edge

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Reviews (3.9 out of 5 Grommets)

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Not as easy at it looks.

11/1/2019 by Hortensia

I had high hopes for this tool since I have a constant battle with grass creeping into my flower beds. I tried it out after a big rain to give it a fair chance but you have to use tremendous force for it to cut through. It did the job but it wasn't easy. I'm going to try to give it a sharper edge and see if that helps.



9/6/2019 by Beverly

Doesn't work well on hard, dry ground. Will try again when the ground is wet.


It works ok

7/10/2019 by Richard

I thought this product seemed unique, and it is, purchased it to give it a try. Upon trying it I felt it wasn’t as easy as shown on the website. If the ground is soft it works great but if the ground is dry and hard not so much.



7/2/2019 by Dianne

My husband likes this tool. He said once he learned the proper way to hold it to do the job it needed to do, it worked good.



6/18/2019 by Charles

I like it, but it's a lot harder than in the video!


Wick edge

4/4/2019 by Kaye

Not as easy to use especially on St Augustine grass. If you have removed all the grass it works to define the edge of bed.


Too much work

4/3/2019 by CANDACE

I have to say I was hoping this tool would make edging did not. As an edge maintenance tool, hopefully it will be helpful; I did not find it a " Kwik" edger.


It’s ok

11/1/2019 by Rob

It really only works well with soft dirt.



7/30/2019 by Liz

I was encouraged by all the reviews to purchase this tool. I am definitely not getting the clean edges that I'd hoped for. I regret the purchase since it adds another item to my garage that I will not use very often.


Not as robust as I expected

6/26/2019 by Wayne

Nice looking tool, but the border / edge you are working on had better be in pretty good shape to begin with. It really doesn't help with even slightly overgrown edges.

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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