Those health and other benefits of ergonomic lawn and garden tools make the Radius Pro line of Landscaping tools worth checking out.
Why is it Different?
The steel shaft is strong and is encased is resin giving it a comfortable, slip-resistant grip.
The blades and tool head are pinned on to this universal body giving you a range of tools to use for various landscaping tasks such as:
Does it Deliver?
The tools are strong and well made. There is a slight bit of flex where the tool head is pinned to the steel shaft. This might give you a bit of insecurity when first using the tool but do not worry. These tools to more force than a wood handle would have and showed no signs of wear. These are tough tools.
The tool heads are also well made. Forks and blades are sharp and stout and can handle any job you put them to. Good and innovative designs on the tool heads increase their usability as well.
The resin encasing the steel shaft provides a bit of comfort for you grip. It also gives you an anti-slip surface. The biggest problem with these tools is that the grip surface does not extend low enough.
The overall length of the tool is good. But the tool head is too long and the shaft is too short. This results in your balance point being on the tool head and not the shaft. The tool head is smooth without the resin coating and as such your grip can slip.
- Nursery Workers
- Professional Snow Fort Builders
For more information on the ergonomics of the Radius Pro Line of landscaping tools read page 2: The Ergonomic Breakdown of the Radius Pro Line of Landscaping Tools.