Diggit Duck: Goose Neck Only
Selling the blade + 2 hose clamps for a long handle
We've gotten a few requests online and at garden trade shows for a long-handled duck tool
The problem with long handled tools is ... the handle — it's way too expensive to ship!
Ron Odom, a Diggit Garden Tool user figured out a way to beat this problem.
We Sell the Blade, You Provide Your Own Handle
Everybody's got a stick of some sort ... an old broom handle, a piece of steel conduit, a wooden dowel from Home Depot, or even a tree branch. But nobody's got a duck blade — except us! We've got lots of them and they are small and easy to ship.
For your convenience, we're throwing in the 2 hose clamps. They fit in the box quite well. So if you've got a 5/16" wrench or a flat screwdriver, and a stick of some sort, you can make yourself a long handled duck tool.
Too many uses to count
This tool is used for getting weeds out of cracks in driveways, sidewalks, rockeries, and out of hard-packed, rocky ground such as gravel pathways and dirt driveways — only NOW YOU CAN DO IT STANDING UP! See the original Diggit Duck.
We call it a duck because the shape of the blade and the hang hole look like a duck’s head. It is also excellent for digging out tough weeds like grasses that have invaded flower beds. A great gift item for the gardening enthusiast in your life, and you!
Guaranteed for 60 days from date of purchase. Weeding cracks is inherenty hard on tools. Nothing can survive being dragged against concrete or rock. The fact that it also digs very hard, rocky ground easily is due to the very high pressures developed at the tool tip. This causes it to wear out after several years of use. Sort of like windshield wipers, they just can't last forever. Still, the angle of this tool really saves some labor!