GA - United States
16 Nov 2018
Very good experience!
OH - United States
25 Aug 2018
Saving my money for more easy digging tools
VA - United States
17 Aug 2018
Got the 6" grub hoe and Chillington fork hoe. They are easy to use and way better than what you'd find in big box stores.
I found the handle to be weaker than what I was used to in East Africa. They use oval shaped handles there (like what you find with mattocks) and which prevents the hoe from spinning if loose and also gives it better firmness.
Overall these are the best tools I could find in the US for small gardening tasks and would highly recommend them.
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19 Jul 2018
My goal is to get rid of the grass in my yard and to plant ground cover and xeriscape the yard so it doesn't require so much water. I have used the grape hoe (to move mulch around), the pointed hoe to dig up a fire pit that had rocks in it), and the grub hoe (for digging up the grass and tilling the soil), and each works very well for different uses. i used the grub hoe to help plant two trees and it was out-performing the shovel being used by the other person, especially when we had to take out some larger roots. A couple of swings and the roots broke off easily.
I highly recommend these tools, and I know I will use them over and over. I especially like the chart of the different tools and their uses. They helped me choose my order and also are useful as I get to know the tools and their uses.
ME - United States
18 Jul 2018
I bought the six inch grub hoe by accident, I actually wanted the grape hoe, but when it arrived I couldnt part with it so I bought both, now I have the whole line up of tools from ez digging.
I had enough of the cheap stamped steel, both Ameerican and Chinese,that passes for the norm these days,
that infereior quality will not hold up to the the rocky Maine soil, but these do!
OH - United States
21 Jun 2018
I purchased a grape hoe, best garden tool purchase I've made. Makes short work on tilled soil. I love it.