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Bulldog Long Handled Digging Fork
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This longer handled version of the classic garden fork alleviates the need to bend when working in hard ground.
- Longer shaft, plain handle
- 4 Prongs
- Matching Spade available
Information on Bulldog Tools
Bulldog Tools have been English made at Clarington Forge in Wigan, for over 200 years. Generations of Farmers, Contractors and Professional Landscapers stand testimony to a quality of product upon which their livelihoods depend. The skill and craftsmanship that were the key to the company's success in those early days are still maintained and are available to this day.
Bulldog use a unique specification steel which results in exceptionally strong tool heads with the flexibility to absorb all the shock and pressure of hard work, without distorting or breaking.
The Bulldog name has a long history and enviable reputation. The Bulldog label is a guaran
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Top international reviews
So what was I digging....well I was digging out carrots....they were purple carrots though! Given up on new stuff....am off to buy a well made vintage fork instead. Such a shame....what is really annoying is that I threw the box away!!
If you decide to ignore my review and buy this....my suggestion is you should keep the box....you'll be needing it. I was able to bent the tines back....just using my hands....
I strongly recommend this hefty digging tool.
Thank you Bulldog!!!
cracking tool makes light work of beds heavily mucked in november,quick dig and spin to bring the soil back up to the surface.
i'll finish them all by monday and then begin with the mantis tiller to create the tilth.
Cracking addition to my tool shed.