Tools - Yard Care
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Mon Nov 28 00:00:00 MST 2011babaganoush Rating:5.0
If you, like me, had to adjust all our lives to a right handed world, here's a quality tool. Feels good in the hand and gets the job done. You'll be happy in the end.
Mon Aug 18 00:00:00 MDT 20081oshopper Rating:5.0
Received this set about a month ago and have used it often. I like it very much. The set is very well made and compact. It feels weighty and strong when used and each item gets the job done for both my inside and outside gardening needs. I would recommend this set.
Wed Mar 31 00:00:00 MDT 2010mbocks Rating:5.0
I recently purchased this product. I am very satisfied with ths purchase, ive used all the attachments. I love the lockable extension handle, its what makes this stand out from your regular hand gardening tools. It gives you leverage and makes it easy to use all the attachments. The shears are extremely sharp and can cut 1 inch limbs with ease. I know your probablly not supposed to cut 1 in limbs, but I did and it cut em. The shipping was fast and i used tools imediately. If your tired of using cheap garden tools that you replace every year, youll be glad you bought these I think this might be the last time I purchase hand garden tools. Yes there that durable. One Happy Customer
Tue Jul 24 00:00:00 MDT 2012jengall Rating:4.0
Bought this as a gift for my Mother and she loves it! Says that is really handy and the garden tools are very high quality.
Wed Nov 05 00:00:00 MST 2008donfromdayton Rating:4.0
Pretty much as advertised - with two caveats. The small rake can't do much of anything, and the spade can bend in tough, clay-rich soil. Overall still a good value for the price, though.
Wed Mar 27 00:00:00 MDT 2013sue72687 Rating:5.0
Because of all the rain/snow - I'm still waiting to use my garden tools, but I was very pleased with the look and feel of the product and look forward to getting out in my new garden and giving it a good workout.
Tue Jun 14 00:00:00 MDT 2011tdanne Rating:5.0
The Radius Garden Tools are ergonomically correct, and easy to use by either a man or woman. I bought 2 sets of tools, one for my Green Building and the other for Home. When hung on the wall, the tools look like works of art, rather than garden tools. The quality of the Radius Tools are exceptional, and at least equivalent to items I have purchased from designer Garden Sources. I would recommend any one of the collection without reservation.
Sat Apr 12 00:00:00 MDT 2014knowhowtoshop Rating:4.0
I haven't used it yet, going to plant my garden soon. Seems sturdy and tools are of good quality.
Thu Feb 13 00:00:00 MST 2014summershopper1969 Rating:4.0
This folding seat is really handy to have. I really like having all my tools right there organized with me. I would recommend this product.
Thu Aug 05 00:00:00 MDT 2010buckeyegardner Rating:5.0
I am very short and the handle on this fork gives me extra leverage that is fantastic. It's a great tool, a great size for me, and makes the job go faster with less back strain.
Wed Feb 29 00:00:00 MST 2012patiy Rating:5.0
This line of garden tools are fantastic. Shovels are sharp and dig into the earth with ease. Round handle is easy to use and no sore wrists. Purchased trenching shovel and fork too.
Thu Mar 11 00:00:00 MST 2010thisproductsucks Rating:1.0
I bought this product few weeks ago and this product is of poor quality. It is flimsy and very small in size. I donot know why they name it garden tool, you cannot do anything with that. For the price this product is awefull.
Tue Mar 30 00:00:00 MDT 2010deliaod Rating:5.0
I have been gardening forever and do have several garden forks, but this one is the best!!! Finally I am able to independently split my Siberian Iris' without having to wait for some strong guy to actually do the work. Another comment, my grandchildren ( 6 and 9) also have decided that this border fork is one of their "best" gardening tools.
Wed May 26 00:00:00 MDT 2010antifur Rating:5.0
This pitchfork is attractive enough to hang on the wall, although I bought it to use. It handles well: the length is perfect, and its ergonomic design makes it easy to use with less risk of injury from wielding a heavy yard tool. Once I saw that this pitchfork was just a few dollars more than the heavy wood-handled versions available in big box home improvement stores, I decided I'd try this one instead. It is definitely worth the extra $5. My husband likes it, too.
Tue Feb 19 00:00:00 MST 2013vtgina1 Rating:4.0
I have an old aluminum shovel with a long handle that suits me very well after snow storms. The smaller head and lighter material means that I don't attempt to lift large amounts of snow (I am a 5'4" woman in her 50s). The long handle means I don't have to bend over. I could not find a similar shovel at any local stores. On the Internet these shovels were priced similarly to others and if I bought two I was able to take advantage of the free shipping. I left one at my folk's house and gave the other to my daughters. Now there will always be an nice light tool to use at whichever house I happen to be. These shovels don't have the slightly flared shape that mine does but I was willing to try them anyway as I didn't see any others that do.
Mon Nov 18 00:00:00 MST 2013edfromlongisland Rating:5.0
In May 2013 I put a hot tub in the yard for my wife. Come October she said she wanted an enclosure around it for the winter. After much research I selected the Palram Silver 8x8-foot Snap and Grow Greenhouse and purchased it from Overstock.com. Shipment was quick and the package arrived in good shape. but note that it is heavy for one person. You may need help moving it around. I rated the quality as good. There was no lack or defect but you get what you pay for. There are much more expensive models out there that may be of a higher quality but at a much higher price. I rated value as excellent, judging it based on price and quality for the price. This is not a real cheapie piece of junk. This is a well designed product for the price. I made a base for the greenhouse out of 4" X 6" X10 foot pressure treated ties cut to the 96.5 X 96.5 inch specs in the plans. It is square and level, sits on my concrete block patio, and should provide a solid base for the greenhouse. I would not consider buying this greenhouse unless you plan to put it on a solid, rigid, square and level base. It is too light to just sit on the ground. Because we were building this around an existing hot tub it complicated the build just a little and may have taken us a bit longer. I would say allocate 8 hours and two people and you should have no trouble finishing the job in that time. If you have any experience with building stuff, two people can probably finish it in 4 hours. I am quite impressed with the design and engineering of the kit. Things go together well and the structure, is quite strong and rigid. Mine has only been up for a few days but we are getting 15 mph winds today and the building is not visibly flexing at all. The plastic panels flex and rattle a bit but that is to be expected. The fit of the doors is not quite right yet, but that may be due to a need for some adjustments. I think we will be able to improve it. While the assembly is not hard, I would not recommend it to a first timer to assembling a kit. At least one person needs to have some basic understanding of construction of kits and how things go together. My daughter helped me and we both characterize this as building Ikea furniture but on a bigger scale. If that sounds too hard for you, then get some help. Assembly requires a minimum of two people as there are times when one has to hold while the other places parts in place or puts them together. Or one needs to be up high and the other needs to hand parts. Definitely use silicone spray as recommended in the instructions as some parts are very tight fitting, which is good. On a few occasions we found a rubber mallet helpful to get that last little bit to go in and seat properly. And be sure to follow the sequence exactly as presented in the manual. All parts are well marked so you should have no trouble matching up pieces to the instructions. While not absolutely necessary I would recommend having a sheet metal seamer tool like this one. http://www.harborfreight.com/6-inch-jaw-straight-sheet-metal-seamer-98728.html. Some of the parts have thin edges and can get slightly dinged or slightly bent during shipping. Or, if you drop something, you can bend the edges making assembly nearly impossible. With this tool this was not a problem at all as this straightens them out quickly and easily. We did the build over two days of about 3 hours each, not including the building of the base. We stopped on the first day because the wind hit 22 mph and it started to rain. We got the frame up and the front and rear "glass". On the second day we got the rest of the panels in and finished the structure. Again, nothing hard if you have any building skills at all and you can follow the pictorial directions. As a greenhouse this should be an excellent product. However, because I am using at a hot tub enclosure I was not able to put in two braces that support the roof. Normally this would not be a problem but if I get a snow load on there the roof may be over stressed. So I am going to have to come up with a modification that will reinforce the roof. That is not a product defect or design defect. It is because I am using it for a purpose for which it was not intended. In areas where snow is not likely this might not even be an issue. I can't say how this will hold up over the years but based on my initial impressions I think it will do just fine. The plastic panels are quite tough and should hold up well to minor impacts like small branches or stuff being blown around by wind. We have already used the hot tub inside the greenhouse and it seems it is going to work very well.
Thu Mar 11 00:00:00 MST 2010naeemanaeem Rating:2.0
Its not worth the price. The quality of the product is not as good and I was surprised to the other reviews.
Tue Jun 12 00:00:00 MDT 2012gaylab Rating:5.0
I ordered this for a gift so I don't know how it works but she was really excited about it and had never seen one like it. Wish I had ordered one for myself!
Tue Jan 10 00:00:00 MST 2012pearls7 Rating:5.0
I was only able to order all of my gifts online this year and I gave 2 of these for gifts. I have not personally used them, but was pleased to give them and the response was great!! My daughters really loved this item.
Tue Jan 10 00:00:00 MST 2012dvwp Rating:5.0
This is a gardners fork well worth it extra comfertable to use
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