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Barebones Hori Hori In Sheath

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    • Item #BRB000D

    Tech Specs

    Blade Material
    stainless steel
    Handle
    bamboo
    Edge
    hybrid
    Blade Type
    fixed
    Blade Shape
    spear point
    Sheath Included
    yes
    Dimensions
    14.5 x 4 x 1.25 in
    Recommended Use
    hiking & camping
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

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    Multi Purpose

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This is a perfect Japanese gardening tool. But, it also works fantastically well for camping and backpacking. Thus, the reason we carry it.



    This is a multi-purpose tool. It has a sharp blade, saw, notch for cutting rope, plus a spade for digging holes. It also has a full tang with a blunt metal end for pounding stakes and whatever else. It's a bit weighted, so it has some real power.



    this is a very handsome knife and has a strong and beautiful sheath with a hook for your belt. that hook isn't super secure, if your really hiking around. but, it was just meant for the garden. So, just keep on your pack.



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    You can also use it to stir your coffee. Win.

    Multi Purpose

    Garden Like a Samauri

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    This is a classic Style Hori Hori (Gardening knife originating from Japan) with a few new tricks. The bamboo wooden handle gives the tool an contoured, natural feel. Each side of the blade is finished differently so you can cut both soft and more coarse plant types. The little notch in the base of the blade is for cutting ropes or vines, anything that may be difficult to separate with a normal knife. Last but not least the end of the handle is metal so you can use it to hammer things and it adds a bit of durability to the tool.

    The overall intended use of this knife is to to dig out plants by the roots, and this tool makes it easy. It is a well made and well thought out product that was recommended to me and i do not regret getting it.

    Weed's Worst Nightmare

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I saw this and got it for the unique design and all the different uses for it that sprung to my mind, and it is even better than I thought it would. This is about the size of a typical garden shovel; but the spear point makes it so much more than a shovel. even though it can be one with the beveled side. Three thrusts into a root and you have a weed completely severed at the base, and just pull it out. The metal on this is extremely durable and also able to hone the sharpness if it gets dull or needs a finer edge. The sheath it came with is a bit bulky, but works great keeping it stored while not in use. Over-all this is the best garden tool I have found to-date, and have not even discovered all of the uses for this knife-shovel hybrid.