Inspired by exquisite Japanese knives, the Barebones Hori Hori is a unique garden utensil that combines multiple tools into one package. Crafted from heat-treated stainless steel, the blade of the tool features a serrated edge as well as a straight edge. A scooped back allows the tool to easily transition from cutting to trenching, while inch markers on the tool ensure ease when planting depth. The handle of the Barebones Hori Hori is made of comfortable walnut and a notch just above the handle doubles as a twin cutter and bottle opener.
The Barebones Hori Hori was designed after testing multiple types of tools and eventually discovering the Japanese Hori Hori. The name, roughly translated from Japanese, means Dig Dig and is a simply apt description of the tool. Purpose built to accomplish multiple needs, the tool is capable of digging, planting, trenching, cutting and popping off the top of a bottle.
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