New! Radius Root Slayer XL


Price

$49.99

Item # 22511
Ship Weight 5.25 lbs
Stock Status In Stock

Ideal for taller gardeners and those who prefer a long, straight handle.

The Root Slayer XL is an extra-long edition of the original Root Slayer. Its non-latex grip, unbreakable fiberglass shaft, and 13-gauge mid-carbon steel blade define an exceptional, multi-purpose shovel. The inverted "V" blade and root-cutting ripsaw teeth slice through sod and roots with exceptional ease.

Beloved by pros and casual horticulturalists alike, the Root Slayer XL eliminates the need for other tools, encompassing the best traits of hatchets, pry-bars, nursery spades, and saws in a single superb shovel.

Product Information


Specs

  • Overall length (inches): 57-1/2
  • Overall weight (pounds): 5-1/4
  • Handle length (inches): 44-1/2
  • Handle material: Pultruded fiberglass
  • Blade length (inches): 13
  • Blade width (inches): 10-1/2

Product Features

  • Extra-long fiberglass handle
  • Non-latex grip
  • Inverted V-shaped steel blade
  • Root-cutting ripsaw teeth
  • Extra-wide top step

Product Benefits

  • Extra-long handle works well for taller users or those who prefer a long, straight handle
  • Inverted V-shaped blade and ripsaw teeth cut through roots with ease
  • Extra-wide top step increases stability during use
  • Combines a shovel, hatchet, prybar, spade, and saw into a single unit

Warranty

The manufacturer covers this product with a lifetime warranty.

Customer Reviews


Review Summary (Based on 1 Reviews)

Overall Rating: 5/5

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from PA

Best Stump Remover!

2018-07-31

Had this about 2 months and have used it almost exclusively to dig out tree and large shrub stumps. Over the winter the deer stripped a bunch of my large honeysuckle bushes and they did not recover in the spring. These stumps were too large to just pull out with my compact tractor without cutting a bunch of the roots (and turfing up my yard). This tool did the job! I used it to dig around the stumps, cut the smaller roots with the saw sides, and cut through roots 3-4 inches with the V-tip. The tip works to cut through the big stuff almost like you would with an axe, but you take the bites out by driving the shovel down into the root at an angle to take a big chip out until you hack through. Would have been MUCH harder to do with an axe. Works great for just plain digging plant holes as well.