Wilkinson Sword Carbon Steel Hand Fork Reviews
Product Type: Wilkinson garden tools
Newest Review: ... dry soil just fell away and if you were using this in wet soil you could easily give it a wipe down and get it clean. The ... more
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Carbon Steel Hand Fork
Manufacturer: Fiskars (tools)
Last Update 25.05.2013 02:49
Carbon Steel Hand Fork
Manufacturer: Fiskars (tools)
Last Update 25.05.2013 02:17
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Customer Wilkinson Sword Carbon Steel Hand Fork Reviews (5)
by - written on 01/08/11 (Very useful, 48 readings)
In my last couple of reviews you will have red that I have been turning my hand to a little bit of gardening this past year. When moving into our house last year, we just didn't have the time or money to pay much attention to the garden whereas this year, I have enjoyed being outside and giving it a good tidy up and splash of colour. One gardening tool that I have found really useful is my Wilkinson Sword Carbon steel Hand Fork. Where we used to live, the garden was just lawn and patio and even though I had a few pots, I was able to get by with my cheap plastic tools but with this larger garden I started as I meant to go on and invested in some better gardening tools, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/08/11 (Very useful, 57 readings)
For my last few reviews I have been rummaging through my garage looking for garden tools. I'm not a big fan of gardening, in fact for the most part I hate it. But obviously sometimes we all have to do things we don't really like and gardening is one of these tasks that has to be done. Most of the garden tools in the shed actually look rather lovely, despite having had most of them for quite a few years, they simply don't get the use they really should. One such example of this is the little garden fork we have. I recently reviewed the trowel and as these two often make a little set I thought I had better review the fork as well. So this time we are ... Read the complete review
by - written on 31/07/11 (Very useful, 17 readings)
I bought this from Focus about 4 months ago. My Garden really need work done to it, and I had a few tools, but nothing much, so I had to think what I needed and went and got some. The 2 reasons I picked this up was I got this at a good enough price and also I had vouchers to use in store. The Carbon steel wasn't so much of a sway for me, but I thought this would perhaps stop the wife moaning about heavy tools (I think thay could be her excuse for not gardening!). I got this for £6.99. This was quite a cheap one in the store, but not the cheapest. There was plenty more expensive ones though. For all that I need 1 of these I didn't feel I needed anything ... Read the complete review
by - written on 10/05/13 (Very useful, 56 readings)
A few days ago I wrote a review of the Wilkinson Sword trowel. I mentioned in my review that we had recently moved home and now had a very small garden. For this garden we decided we would need some basic tools. Hence a visit to our local garden centre to buy some supplies. While there we bought some turf, some plants, some seeds and some compost. Along with all this though we obviously needed tools to be able to help us out. There were not that many options at the garden centre so we went for some Wilkinson Sword hand tools. Along with the little trowel we also got a little fork. We have been using this for a few weeks now hence why I thought it only right that I give .. Read the complete review
by - written on 18/04/13 (Very useful, 57 readings)
I've reviewed a number of garden implements of late, but one I've not had the opportunity to review until now is the partner of the trowel; coffee to its milk, cream to its strawberry, icing to its cake. The humble garden fork. Because they are so complimentary, I got both at the same time by the same manufacturer, Wilkinson Sword. It is not a decision I have regretted. It shares a similar look and feel to its sister tool, though the tines of the fork are of carbon rather than stainless steel. The end result is the same. It will not tarnish or rust and comes with a 10 year guarantee. Not something that manufacturers do lightly. Don't expect a replacement if ... Read the complete review
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