Tell me what this tool is for
My first thought from the description was a Garden Claw Gold, with an adjustable handle for the taller or shorter gardener.
But it’s not one of those.
It looks like a badly homemade contraption of no particular use for anything
I’d say it’s a reasonably well homemade contraption for a very particular use indeed. Someone’s looked at a problem and thought what I need is something like…” that^
Keeping a pipe clear? Couldn’t be a very long pipe, though. Maybe with the pipe lagging on the “handle” it’s for use in the cold? Keeping a channel through snow for an air vent? You’d do a better job with a shovel. ❓Posted 4 years agoz1ppyMember
I’d suggest that it doesn’t look strong enough to be a tool for digging into anything, I’m gunna assume the lagging is just wrapping (for transportation/storage) rather than an integrated part of the design. I don’t have a specific suggestion more that it’s a ‘key’ type fitting/removal tool of some sort? Have you removed the lagging to see if there an branding (label) anywhere on it?Posted 4 years agoredstripeMember
Well I just took off the lagging and stuck another picture up:Posted 4 years ago
not extendable, a t-bar, says ‘Garden Buddy made in Redditch by Steelesmith’ on it . Can’t really see it being man enough to dig into the very stony ground here. Anyone want it?
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