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Root Slayer Carbon Steel Shovel

By Radius Garden

Starting at $39.95

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Chop, saw, and dig with a root shovel that does it all. Its carbon steel blade is shaped like an inverted V and is lined with rip-saw teeth that make quick work of the roots you might encounter while gardening. The lightweight shovel has an ergonomic handle to feel good while you’re at work, and it’s guaranteed to last a lifetime.

  • Materials: Tempered mid-carbon steel blade, powder-coated carbon steel shaft & polypropylene grip
  • Lifetime guarantee
  • Created with a non-bending tempered mid-carbon steel blade & powder-coated carbon steel shaft
  • Unique "Inverted V" cutting blade tip easily rips & cuts through roots
  • Specially designed root-cutting rip saw teeth eliminate the need for saws, hatchets, or pry-bars
  • Patented ergonomic paddle-handle grip provides great leverage while reducing hand and wrist stress
  • Great for mid-sized to large deeply rooted weeds
  • Recommended for gardening, camping, metal detecting, clean up around sprinkler heads, weeding, and other jobs requiring a sharp, narrow, unbending blade
  • Easily uproots Baby's Breath, Spotted Knapweed, Ash seedlings, Bladder Campions, Dandelions, Curly Dock & more
  • Made in China
    Original:
  • Ergonomic O-handle grip
  • Blade length: 13"
  • Blade width: 10.5" at top of step
  • Total length: 45"
  • Dimensions: 45" x 10.5" x 3.75"
  • Weight: 5.5 lbs.
    Nomad:
  • Lightweight & portable
  • Blade length: 9"
  • Blade width: 7.5" at top of step
  • Total length: 39"
  • Dimensions: 39" x 7.5" x 2.75":
  • Weight: 2.44 lbs.
    XL:
  • Lightweight & portable
  • Blade length: 13" Blade width: 10.5" at top of step
  • Total length: 57.5"
  • Dimensions: 57.5" x 10.5" x 3.25"
  • Weight: 5.25 lbs.

109 Reviews (5 out of 5 Grommets)

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5

The Magic Shovel

5/22/2019 by Rebecca

I have bought four as gifts after finding it amazing in transplanting large rose bushes. Using his, a friend planted 1000 ferns in one day inday in the woods and 35 blooming forsythia bushes along a road side in 75 minutes. No one should garden without it. My daughter-in-law wondered why she needed a third shovel and let it sit in the garage unwrapped for four months. She is the one who gave it the name “Magic” shovel after her first try.More > < Less

5

Perfect Tool

5/21/2019 by Kim

Saw this as I was looking through the catalog. We are constantly doing yard work. I have used this since we received it and am very happy with it. I have used it primarily for getting to roots of weeds. Have not done any root splitting but have no concern that it will work as stated. Product lives up to the description!More > < Less

5

Perfect shovel to dig out weeds!

5/20/2019 by Theresa

Great size easy to handle.

5

Heavy duty shovel!

5/20/2019 by Nancy

This is a heavy duty shovel which works great!

5

Crazy wonderful

5/20/2019 by amy

This shovel is everything it says it is. I'm 60+ and petite. I took my first dig and hit a root. This shovel sliced right through it like nobody's business. I planted a bush in no time flat. If I had used my old shovel I would have been there for at least an hour trying to dig a hole through old roots.More > < Less

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About Radius Garden

Root Removers

Radius Garden Founder Bruce Baker created the Root Slayer family of root shovels to streamline digging, chopping, and sawing while you’re hard at work in the garden. And because Bruce always has usability and function in mind, his tools are ergonomic, durable, and guaranteed to last a lifetime.

These toughened up garden tools are made from strong but lightweight carbon steel, and all have an inverted-V cutting blade that’s lined with rip-saw teeth—this is where the slaying action comes from. The blade’s design is purposefully more narrow than typical tools to give you better access and leverage around roots. Ergonomic grips boost comfort, and there are even smart add-ons—like a twine cutter and bottle opener—built into the trowel and soil knife. These tools are a smarter way to get the dirty, root-removing job done.