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Root Slayer Trowel Case of 12

Reviews (4.9 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

Best ever!

6/24/2018 by gail

This is an amazing tool when planting new flowers/plants where previous overgrown plants had been!

5

Very well made

6/23/2018 by marilyn

This trowel really works. It makes short work of digging a hole for a new plant. It cuts through roots with amazing ease, and shapes the hole perfectly.

5

Handy little tool

6/22/2018 by Rebecca

It works as advertised, lightweight, cuts through roots easily.

4

Good quality tool.

10/2/2018 by Harry A

This was a gift for my wife. She likes it as the handle is large and fits comfortably in her hand. I tried it and I agree the handle is comfortable and the tool has a good weight to it. It is sharp and does cut into the soil. My only concern is that it is not made in America, maybe I missed this in the description. It seems that this could be made in Michigan by the people who sell it. Does everything have to come from China?

3

OK but a bit disappointed

11/1/2019 by Andrew

Out here in Arizona we have pretty hard soil, especially in the summer. The trowel does a good job on small new weeds but not on larger weeds with deep roots. Some of our "weeds" are actually baby trees that have tough roots which the trowel cannot cut through.

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The Radius Garden Story

Tree roots meet their maker.

Root Removers

Radius Garden Founder Bruce Baker created the Root Slayer family of root shovels to streamline digging, chopping, and sawing while you’re hard at work in the garden. And because Bruce always has usability and function in mind, his tools are ergonomic, durable, and guaranteed to last a lifetime.

These toughened up garden tools are made from strong but lightweight carbon steel, and all have an inverted-V cutting blade that’s lined with rip-saw teeth—this is where the slaying action comes from. The blade’s design is purposefully more narrow than typical tools to give you better access and
leverage around roots. Ergonomic grips boost comfort, and there are even smart add-ons—like a twine cutter and bottle opener—built into the trowel and soil knife. These tools are a smarter way to get the dirty, root-removing job done. Read More Read Less