Leonard Forged Steel Scoop Fork with 30-Inch D-Grip Handle


Price

$109.59

Item # AMF10
Ship Weight 6.50 lbs
Stock Status In Stock

Designed for the toughest jobs!

A.M. Leonard makes the heads of their Forged Steel Scoop Forks using a single piece of steel. This 15-1/2 inches by 15-inch head has ten diamond-shaped, beveled tines. These tines feature a shovel-like configuration to maximize scoop capacity. They equip this fork with a 30-inch long D-grip handle.Leonard Forged Steel Scoop Forks make any job easier. Use yours to move compost, mulch, straw, and more with ease. The diamond tines and wide head scoop up more material per load. The D-grip handle enhances your control when scooping and transporting materials.A.M. Leonard designs their Forged Steel Scoop Forks to tackle the toughest of jobs. The single-piece steel head holds its shape for years. The tines are strong, yet they have a slight amount of flex for ease of use. A.M. Leonard covers this product with a lifetime warranty!

Product Information


Specs

  • Overall length (inches): 45-1/2
  • Overall weight (pounds): 7 (D-grip handle) / 8 (straight handle)
  • Head length (inches): 15-1/2
  • Head width (inches): 15
  • Handle length (inches): 30
  • Handle type: D-grip

Product Features

  • Single-piece forged steel head
  • 10 diamond beveled tines
  • 30-inch ash D-grip handle

Product Benefits

  • Move large amounts of material at a time
  • Single-piece forged head maintains shape
  • Beveled tines and shovel-like configuration pick up more material per scoop
  • Tines provide just enough flex without bending

Warranty

We cover this product with our lifetime warranty. Please click here for details.

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Customer Reviews


Review Summary (Based on 2 Reviews)

Overall Rating: 4/5

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from NC

Leonard forged 10 tine fork

2011-03-15

We have in the past used different makes of this fork. We found the Leonard Fork stands up better where the fork and handle meet than other forks.


from NJ

AMF10

2011-03-14

Great quality but tines need to be sharpened.

Gardeners Edge responds: By design our tines are beveled to make them sharp enough to penetrate mulch and other materials.