Just because the Flexrake Hand Cultivator is small doesn’t mean it can't be finely crafted and attractive. The three-prong cultivator has chrome plating on the steel head and a contoured wooden handle for smooth, easy gripping. Flexrake was an innovator in hand tool manufacturing in the 1940s when its founder George Brock invented the modern lawn rake, and it remains Americas number one brand name in rakes today. It was founded in 1945 in response to the economic boom following WWII, and it has been a family owned and run company ever since. Today Flexrake remains dedicated to American manufacturing, specializing in the production of lawn, garden and dog clean-up tools. The company manufactures products that cover a wide variety of uses, including weeding, digging, cultivating, and more. Made of durable steel. Attractive chrome-plated head. Features contoured wooden handle. Small hand-held tool for cultivating soil. Overall dimensions: 1.5L x 3W x 10H in..
Made of durable steel
Attractive chrome-plated head
Features contoured wooden handle
Small hand-held tool for cultivating soil
Overall dimensions: 1.5L x 3W x 10H in.