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Spare Soil Spear

5.0 stars out of 5 based on 2 reviews.

For the Brabantia Lift-O-Matic.

Cat Ref: SKU 20501

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£7.99

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  • Height is 40cm
  • Diameter of the holder is 4.5cm

Customer Reviews - Spare Soil Spear

5.0 stars out of 5 based on 2 reviews.

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well manufactured by Mrs Fairclough

5 stars out of 5

Spare Soil Spear

can't believe I am writing a review about a soil spear but I don't often see things these days that are made to this standard and by that I mean excellent quality.

WELL WORTH IT by Jennifer Monk

5 stars out of 5

Spare Soil Spear

Bought more than one of these so can have washing in garden in different places - also great for sunshades in the summer!
Easy to install (just make sure hubby gets the spade blade vertical!) and very strong. Mine has been in use for over 11 years now.
Certainly better than the bit of piping that was in the ground here!
Now off to pastures new and taking my old faithful Brabantia whirly with me - makes putting out the washing a pleasure!

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