Kent & Stowe Border Spade

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The Kent & Stowe Border Spade is a hand crafted, traditional, quality stainless steel spade suitable for cultivation, soil turning and improved drainage. It is ideal for use in borders and garden beds.

Product Specification

  • Length: 1040mm.
  • Head Size: 225 x 140mm.
  • Blade thickness: 2.5mm.

Benefits

  • High quality stainless steel head.
  • Extended shank for improved strength.
  • Larger tread edge for added digging comfort.
  • 15 year guarantee.

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