Several Heads Are Better Than One
Kitchen Garden|August 2021
Tools that can do more than one thing may save you money in the long run

WOLF-GARTEN

Some companies, such as Wolf-Garten, offer a whole suite of tools with interchangeable heads, such as rakes, hoes, cultivators, seed sowers, window washers, edgers, and so on, with handles of 15 different lengths to choose from (including telescopic). In the multichange® there are 60 tool heads in all, so pretty comprehensive – and all in the distinctive red and yellow Wolf-Garten colors. https://wolfgarten-tools.co.uk

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