I’m a bit confused! So what do you actually use the knife for? Just weeding? & how is it better than any other hand tools? Would it be useful for my heavy wet clay soil that’s also horribly stony, just thinking as I have a lot of weeding to do in the coming weeks mostly bittercress at the moment but I’ve loads of plantain, narrow leaf, in the lawn so wondering if this’ll help get it out?
Thanks KT53. I saw the rotating handle pair on the Felco web site. My daughter's partner is a landscape gardener and I even sent him a text earlier asking his view on them. He recommends them highly. I don't spend my money easily, except for plants.
Visualise a narrow trowel with a saw edge on one side and a cutting blade on the other, and the tasks you would be able to undertake without changing tools.
But he was tall and had large hands.
I hated them...I could never manage to use them.
I was perfectly happy with the normal Felco secateurs.
It was you who asked for feedback. It does look lethal but I haven't chopped any fingers off yet and enjoy using it. Have fun!
Glad you ended up loving it, @mandyroberts99 - knew you would 😉
How is yours @Uff ?