Broadfork with Fiberglass Handles

Broadfork with Fiberglass Handles

SKU: 92627
Dimensions: 56 x 20 x 5.25 in.
Weight: 12 lbs.
(13 customer reviews)

$99.99

  • The perfect ergonomic home gardening tool for turning, tilling, lifting, and aerating soil without heavy lifting
  • It is constructed from 10 gauge 100% Made In The USA steel (up to 30% more durable against foreign competitors) with a steel encasement around the fiberglass handles, and a reinforcing wood core to increase the forks strength even more
  • Detachable handles for easy storage are made from high quality fiberglass and coated in a polyester veil to prevent splintering and increase strength
  • Rubber grips to provide maximum comfort and to decrease hand fatigue through extended use
  • 100% Made In The USA

The Broadfork - Powerful, Ergonomic, and Economic

Strong Tines For Easy Tilling

Our broadfork's five steel tines are perfect for breaking up hard soil and aerating the ground of your garden. These tines are also ideal for harvesting root vegetables such as potatoes, carrots, beets and much more.

Designed To Perfection

Constructed from heavy duty 10-gauge steel, and overly welded connections for extra tool strength, this broadfork tool is guaranteed to last through all of the toughest jobs around, and sold at the lowest.

Triple Layer Construction

The triple layer handles are made with strong fiberglass, steel sleeves, and a wooden core that won’t rot or break like plain wooden handles. The vinyl grips on each handle are also comfortable and easy on your hands, allowing you to keep a secure hold while you work.

Product Overview

The Bully Tools 92627 Broadfork with Fiberglass Handles is the perfect ergonomic tool for turning, tilling, lifting, and aerating soil without any heavy lifting. It is constructed from a heavy duty 10-gauge 100% Made In The USA steel, up to 30% more durable against foreign competitors, and two handles made from high quality fiberglass and coated in a polyester veil to prevent splintering and increase strength. The handles are also detachable, allowing you to easily store it at the end of the season. for when spring rolls back around, simply reattach the handles and you’re ready to work again. The Bully Tools Broadfork with Fiberglass Handles comes with a limited lifetime warranty that protects against defects in material and workmanship.

Founded in 1994. Bully Tools manufactures 100% made in the USA gardening and farm tools, shingle removers, floor scrapers, forestry and other specialty tools. With an unprecedented history of quality, Bully Tools is committed to applying the same reliability to our business practices. Bully Tools continues to grow and adapt to meet the ever changing needs of the economy and their consumers.

Details
SKU: 92627
UPC: 7-35390-92627-1
Dimensions: 56 x 20 x 5.25 in.
Weight: 12 lbs.
Prop 65

Description

The Bully Tools 92627 Broadfork with Fiberglass Handles is the perfect ergonomic tool for turning, tilling, lifting, and aerating soil without any heavy lifting. It is constructed from a heavy duty 10-gauge 100% Made In The USA steel, up to 30% more durable against foreign competitors, and two handles made from high quality fiberglass and coated in a polyester veil to prevent splintering and increase strength. The handles are also detachable, allowing you to easily store it at the end of the season. for when spring rolls back around, simply reattach the handles and you’re ready to work again. The Bully Tools Broadfork with Fiberglass Handles comes with a limited lifetime warranty that protects against defects in material and workmanship.

Founded in 1994. Bully Tools manufactures 100% made in the USA gardening and farm tools, shingle removers, floor scrapers, forestry and other specialty tools. With an unprecedented history of quality, Bully Tools is committed to applying the same reliability to our business practices. Bully Tools continues to grow and adapt to meet the ever changing needs of the economy and their consumers.

Additional information

Weight 12 lbs
Dimensions 56 × 20 × 5.25 in
upc

7-35390-92627-1

13 reviews for Broadfork with Fiberglass Handles
  1. Hillary Thompson

    We love it! It’s exactly what we needed to deeply break up our clay to start a new garden.

    It works significantly better than the little tiller we have that would have only gotten 2″ or so deep.

    I went searching for an alternative to the tiller and found the broadfork. There are many types on the market and several made in America, like this one is. It was important to me that it be domestically made, yet I didn’t see why it had to cost over $200 like the others.

    We have the newer design with the reinforced tines. We are in our late 40’s and go slowly and carefully so we don’t wear ourselves out. Also, we know there are loaf-sized rocks in our clay. When we hear a tine hit it, we reposition the tine and use the fork to lift out the rocks. We have not bent a tine or the tool at all. It’s very tough and does it’s job better than anything else. Be careful and reasonable with yourself and the tool and you’ll soon have your garden prepped for planting.

    I’m glad I took the effort to scroll to the most recent reviews that are positive. I wish Amazon would rank them as the most important ones because they review the improved tool, not the version from several years ago.

  2. Elizabeth Sansom

    When around to several feed stores could not find a broad fork. Online the cheapest one I could find was $280. I was so happy to find the broad fork by bully tools blown away by how inexpensive it was. When I got it I was wondering with the quality would be.
    it is a very very good. It works very well easy to use easy and to put together this tool is going to probably last me my lifetime. Very good quality definitely will be ordering another one for my brother and mother. The neighborhood kids think it’s a toy I put it in the garden. The kids get on it and they go to town in the garden. Don’t tell the kids it’s not a toy.They were out there all weekend playing on it. Lol! What a cool tool.

  3. Steve Parsons

    This broadfork is fantastic! I dug up Bermuda grass and other weeds spreading by rhizomes in my 1800 square foot back yard. The fork was effective, strong and easy to use. And, the soil is heavy clay.

  4. Harvey Baker

    Works great for no till garden will help add oxygen to soil. Just enough tillage without disturbing the micros and life in soil

  5. Polly Pulver

    I am elderly woman, still gardening. This is a good tool for loosening the soil for no till planting. It is very heavy but I think it does a good job. It allows me to garden without having to lift the soil, just loosen it.

  6. J W

    This tool is the perfect solution to my garden’s heavy soils. For years I have worn myself out using a garden fork to methodically loosen the soil prior to running the little Mantis tiller. Though my garden is only about 15′ x 18′, it is big enough to be challenging for the little tiller. This year I worked the soil with the broadfork before running the tiller and the tiller easily worked the soil at a deeper level than before. I prepared the garden in half the time of past years and I’m not sore. In some areas I didn’t need to run the tiller at all, and prepared the surface by breaking the clods with a rake. I think less tilling will help the health of the soil in the long run.

    I did not have any difficulties whatsoever using the broadfork. My ground is not too rocky. The weight is helpful in penetrating the heavy soil. The handles are comfortable levers to pull the blades up through the soil, effectively aerating. The reason I gave only 4 stars is because the bolts which hold the handles to the tines will need to be tightened periodically. It seems like they didn’t line up perfectly in the design so they will loosen with use. No big deal. I feel this tool will last many years with proper care.

  7. Stacia

    I really wanted a broad fork, but the ones at the garden center were so expensive. I needed a mid-range one so I could try it out before investing $200 in one. I think this works very well. We don’t have terrible soil, it’s some clay once you get down a few inches. I have notice that when I go to turn soil, especially if it’s really hard, sometimes I feel a little pressure and then “oh this might break” so I stop doing that and try again. Overall I think this is a great tool and have been happy with it.

  8. john v logan

    this thing is so strong it allowed me to lever up fence posts with it. I have literally tried to break it and it wont.

  9. Jonathan Turk

    Just received and used to loosen one new bed, seemed to work well in tummy sandy soil. Handles were loose when received but not too big of a problem. Decent starting fork but would not recommend for serious long term use in heavy soils, but a better choice than others around the same $$$

  10. William Weiss

    Don’t let the funky look of this tool turn you away… This tool is a perfect tiller, in that the tines easily penetrate the hard, bone-rocky soil of SW Connecticut and with the leverage of the two handles, pops out clay, roots & rocks and tills to 10-12″ with ease. I did not think it would be this easy to use and get perfect results – it is very much easier than I expected!

    It is also great for transplanting tough, densely rooted plants like large,old ornamental grasses, perennials and even smaller (18″ root ball) shrubs. This is a tool you come to like so much, that you actually look for useful things to do with it. A++++ Recommended.

  11. miner whiner

    Gentle, low impact, total body workout while working in the garden. No noisy engine, no carbon footprint. Just you. Easy to use. Best if your clay soil is damp or wet. Digs deep to turn over a wide row of soil/weeds/grass. Great for digging up unwanted plant roots – such as invasive blackberry, knotweed, bushes….If you love working in the garden, listening to the wind and the birds, this is the tool for you.

  12. Andrew R.

    Pretty decent tool considering it’s half the price (or less) of other broadforks. It arrived with handles just needing to be bolted on. Construction and fit of handles is decent, handles are both oriented the same way. I worked it a little in some clay soil and it performed as needed.

  13. Jim

    Very nice tool, well built and works great!

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