Hori Hori Classic
- California Prop 65
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First implemented in Japan, the Hori Hori Classic digging tool was originally used for careful and methodical excavating of plants, such as Sansai, in the mountains.
Barebones’ unique take on this classic implement was designed with garden work in mind. Its rounded top and serrated sides make it ideal for scooping, digging, and pulling weeds.
Equipped with a heat-tempered, hollow back blade, full stainless steel tang, and comfortable walnut handle, the Barebones Hori Hori Classic is a diverse garden tool you can use for a lifetime. Intentionally added twine cutter doubles as a bottle opener, so you can enjoy your choice of refreshing beverage after a hard day's work.
• Vintage-inspired Japanese design
• Heat-tempered 6 ¾” blade with twine cutter
• Full, stainless steel tang
• Rich and durable walnut handle
• Copper ring accent
• Serrated edge and smooth, sharp edge
• Twine cutter and bottle opener
• 1" depth markings
Hori Hori Classic
• Heat-treated 4CR13 stainless steel
Dimensions: 12" x 2" x 1"
Weight: 0.80 lbs
Apply a thin coat of protective oil after each use. Wipe clean of dirt, water, and fingerprints regularly. Use a medium to fine file to straighten out any larger dings or nicks in the blade. The edge can be honed with a medium sharpening disk or stone.
Imported. As a Certified B Corporation, Barebones ensure that its commitment to safe, ethical, and sustainable practices is upheld by each company and artisan that touches the products worldwide, without exception.
California Prop 65: This business may sell products with chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. California Health and Safety code 25249.5 st seq.
For more information: www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
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