The Root Slayer edger is the perfect tool for anyone looking to edge their garden with ease. The sharp, stainless steel blade cuts through the toughest of roots with little effort, while the comfortable grip allows you to maintain a steady hand. The Root Slayer edger is also lightweight and easy to maneuver, making it perfect for anyone, regardless of experience level.
The Root Slayer Edger is the perfect tool for creating clean, straight edges in your garden.
The sharp, stainless steel blade easily cuts through soil and roots, making edging quick and easy.
The ergonomic handle provides a comfortable grip, making it easy to use for extended periods of time.
The red color is easy to see, so you can always find it when you need it.
The Root Slayer Edger is durable and built to last.
Edger That Can Easily Cut Through Tough Roots
Never Dig Around Trees Again With The Radius Garden 22611 Root Slayer
The Perfect Tool For Every Gardener: The Radius Garden 22611 Root
Everything There Is To Know About Radius Garden 22611
The award-winning and best-selling radius garden root digger that comes from the renowned Radius Subsoil Digger Series makes gardening uncomplicated. Its innovative inverted V-shaped tip develops excellent traction as you remove weeds, roots, or out of the ground. The uniquely designed teeth on the sides function as a multipurpose tool, so you do not have to reach for other gardening supplies to carry out a single task. The blades ship with a manufacturer’s warranty (continental United States only) for thirty decades.
I do some heavy duty landscaping in my home and the homes of relatives. I work in the yard a LOT. This thing is totally awesome. I drag it with me everywhere I go that I know I will be doing any yard work. It has a great foot rest that allows you to get leverage and is awesome for weeks/plants with a long root. It slices through anything but tree roots. I won’t ever work without it again and if I had any recommendation, it would be that the handle would be a bit longer or come in different lengths. I got a similar tool that had a regular spade shaped head and I like this MUCH better!!
Top Customer Reviews for Radius Garden 22611
Amazon Customer rated Radius Garden 22611 5 out of 5 stars on April 11, 2020 and this is exact feedback provided:
OMG, I love it! I have the other type that’s like a semicircle with a smooth edge. It is not nearly as good as this root slayer. Took be a little bit of time to figure out. I mean, the method to this tool is different from the semicircle, even though they closely resemble each other. Not sure if I’m doing it right, but my method works. Instead of rocking back and forth, I *saw* the grass. With my back facing the direction I want to go, I place the sharp point nearest to me into the ground with the teeth nearest to me at an angle to the grass grass and I push down with my foot like I would with a shovel. Much like we would saw bread with a bread knife, I don’t just plunge this into the middle of sod, I place it on the outside of the uncut part. It totally works and it’s much faster than the semicircle blade. P.S. I have clay soil and I used it after it had rained.
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Corgster rated Radius Garden 22611 2 out of 5 stars on March 23, 2019 and this is exact feedback provided:
Great edger. Sturdy and a time-saver
This is a great edger. After using it for a few days, I love the circular handle. It is able to easily slice through grass and smaller tree roots. For larger roots (>1″) and rocks, I still had to keep a digging bar on hand. The edger is sturdy and has a good weight, so I have no doubt about it holding up over time.The only thing that keeps it from 5 stars is the cost. It is very expensive for a digging tool. At $35 it would be 5 stars for sure. That said, I dont regret buying it.UPDATE: I guess I was wrong about it holding up over time. After using if for a few more hours on a second weekend, the handle cracked. Total time before breakage is <4 hours and around 300ft of edging. Ill return it to amazon for a replacement, so hopefully my experience is a fluke. The soil was fairly damp and soft, and I didnt have a ton of roots to get through.
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