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Get Your Hands on These New Tools
Lauren Heartsill Dowdle | May 6, 2013

A simple hand tool can make a big difference when on a jobsite, so check out these useful and productive hand tools this season.

Dig in

Break up compacted soil, spread mulch, pull sod rolls into place and rake yards for seed with Wolverine Tools’ all-steel landscape rakes. Featuring a four-bolt head attachment, the rake is available in 18-, 24- and 36-inch widths. The handles can be mounted on any size rake head. For more information, visit .

Trim limbs

With impulse-hardened blade teeth, the Stihl PS 60 pruning saw cuts dense or frozen limbs up to 7 1/2 inches in diameter. It features a curvature ground blade, comfort grip and composite sheath with a thumb lock and belt loop. For more information, visit .


Do You Dig It?


Weighing 6 to 8 pounds, Corona Tool’s all-steel professional shovels are constructed with an aerospace grade steel shaft and 12-gauge steel blade. The line is offered in 14 models with long handle or D-grip options. The shovels are available with a diamond, straight or caprock blade with a 1- or 4-inch blade lift. A rubber footpad comes standard on most models to help protect the user’s foot and boot soles. It is attached to the left or right side of the blade, depending on the user’s preference.


Want to get your hands on this shovel? Enter our giveaway for your chance to win one of Corona’s 14 all-steel shovels by clicking here. For more information on the shovels, visit .


Stay sharp

Keep this handy tool with you for an array of daily tasks on the job. The A.M. Leonard folding grafting knife has a stainless steel AISI-type 420 blade that is 2 1/2 inches long. A 4-inch ABS plastic handle with a carbon steel inner liner fits perfectly in your pocket when the knife is folded. For more information, visit




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