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A strong range for powerful work

Some work in the garden demands power. This includes breaking up soil in beds, digging out earth for woody plants, or transplanting compost. With a new range of innovative Terraline™ heavy-duty tools, GARDENA is rendering even tougher garden work much less strenuous.

The GARDENA Terraline™ range offers a perfectly suited product for any application: Spade, Small Spade, Pointed Spade, Spading Fork, Compost Fork and Universal Shovel. Each Terraline™ tool sets new standards in design and comfort.

The highly innovative Softec™ shock absorption is unique and has been filed for patent. The GARDENA Terraline™ Spade, Small Spade, Pointed Spade and Spading Fork are all equipped with Softec™ shock absorption. The exclusive Softec™ shock absorption system reduces kickback energy when digging into the earth, when hitting rocks or when cutting off thicker roots, protecting the wrist and arm muscles. For good force application and protection against slipping, these Terraline™ tools are also equipped with an extra-large foot protection and robust tread.

All new GARDENA Terraline™ tools share a solid and long life design that are ergonomic for optimal handling. An extra-wide two-handed grip with soft plastic guarantees good force application and all tool handles are angled for comfortable work; their profile is drop-shaped and coated with non-slip, cold-insulated plastic.

For space-saving storage of garden tools, such as the new Terraline™ range, combisystem tools, irrigation products and more, there is the new GARDENA Tool Rack in an especially sturdy aluminium design with holders made of glass-fibre reinforced plastic and non-slip coated steel hangers. If required, additional single holders can be added to the Tool Rack. These can be separately attached.


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