Digging Tools

With the ErgoLine and NatureLine Range, GARDENA sets new standards for digging tool ergonomics, features and design.
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New standards in soil cultivation

Range of Gardena ErgoLine Digging Tools

ErgoLine - Perfect ergonomics

With an extra-wide D handle, oval shaped handle and long plastic covering, the ErgoLine range focuses on top ergonomics.

Range of Gardena NatureLine Digging Tools inside a wheelbarrow filled with dirt

NatureLine - Comfortable wooden handle

The NatureLine impresses with an FSC®-certified ashwood D-handle.

Gardena spade with ergonomical D Handle

Wide D-handle

The extra-wide and ergonomically shaped D handle can be held with both hands comfortably, giving you extra force and more comfort.

A persons foot placed on the foot-rest of a Gardena Spade

Extra-large foot-rest

The extra-wide foot-rest with a special profile allows you to push the spade forcefully into the ground, and reduces the risk of injury from unintentionally slipping.

The Blade of a Gardena spade shown in detail

Sharp Spade Blade

The sharp spade blade guarantees easy penetration of the ground.


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