Barebones Hori Hori Classic Garden Knife 6.75" Black Stonewashed Blade, Walnut Handles - GDN-046

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Part #: BABGDN046 | Barebones
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Description
BABGDN046: Hori Hori Classic, 6.75" Blade
Barebones
 
Move from digging, to planting, to harvesting seamlessly with the Hori Hori Classic from Barebones. Often referred to as soil knives, Hori Hori knives are indispensable tools. It is equipped with a 6.75" heat-tempered, hollowback blade with a classic Japanese design. The full stainless steel tang and comfortable walnut handles allow for a firm grip and great stability during use. For a little additional functionality, the tool also comes with a twine cutter. The Hori Hori Classic is the ultimate gardening tool you can use for a lifetime.
Features
  • Walnut Handles
  • Heat-treated Stainless Steel Blade
  • Twine Cutter
  • Full Tang Construction
  • Vintage Inspired Japanese Design
Specifications
  • Blade Length: 6.75"
  • Overall Length: 12"
  • Blade Material: Heat-Treated Stainless Steel
  • Blade Finish: Black Stonewash
  • Handle Length: 5.25"
  • Handle Material: Walnut
  • Weight: 15 oz.
  • Made in China

UPC Code: 819665010466

Wood Handles
Wood Handles Provides a traditional, natural look and feel to a modern tool. Wood absorbs shock well and is popular in axe handles.
Barebones Hori Hori Classic Garden Knife 6.75" Black Stonewashed Blade, Walnut Handlesrated 5.000 stars out of 5 (1 review)
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Barebones Hori Hori Classic Garden Knife 6.75" Black Stonewashed Blade, Walnut Handles
rated 5 stars out of 5
Jay R
Memphis, Tn
Mar 30, 2019
Pros: Weight, Handle Material, Overall Quality
Cons: None
Can You Dig It?
Or, perhaps, dig with it? I showed this to my oldest and she wanted it. I obligingly order it. When it arrived, it did not take her ex-Marine and current husband to find it and immediately get misty-eyed about what a great CQC weapon that it was. I tried to explain to him that it was for people to use in their gardens to plant plants, and not other stuff. I don't know that fate of this today. I also believe that he still has appropriated a kitchen knife I got for her. Hopefully, he hasn't gotten the fillet knife. My daughter was well pleased with it. I hope that she gets a chance to use it.

 

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