CobraHead Precision Weeder and Cultivator

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The CobraHead® Precision Weeder and Cultivator is the closest thing to a universal garden tool. Its sharp blade is like a steel fingernail that becomes an extension of your hand.

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Overview

The CobraHead easily removes weeds right down to the deep tap roots. Its sharp blade is like a steel claw that becomes an extension of your hand.

We like the American-made CobraHead Weeder because it allows you to pull out weeds with minimal effort and very little impact on your lawn.

Features & Benefits:

  • It weeds, digs, cultivates, edges, furrows, de-thatches, and transplants with ease
  • CobraHead out-weeds and out-digs all similar tools
  • The time proven blade design breaks up almost any soil
  • Pulls weeds right down to the tap roots
  • Comfortable handle allows easy right-hand or left-hand action
  • Weighs just 9.2 oz.
  • Made in the USA

Construction:

The CobraHead® is made of knife-blade quality self-sharpening tempered steel. The handle is made of wood fiber reinforced recycled plastic. The way the steel is set into the handle ensures it will never come loose.

Q & A with the Inventor:

Q: What makes the CobraHead a "precision" weeder?
A: The relatively narrow blade head and the pointed tip let the CobraHead work as though its blade were a steel fingernail. You can get right next to delicate plants and grab the weed and pull it out.

Q: Is the CobraHead effective on all weeds?
A: The CobraHead appears to be as close as you can get to a universal weeder. I find it's the best tool for grasses of all types. It does a great job on low-lying weeds such as purslane and spurge. It is great on dandelions and tap-rooted weeds. And because of its scalping ability even the weeds that can't be pulled out can be cut off quite deep underground.

Q: How do you "grab" weeds with the CobraHead?
A: If I push the blade into the ground just beyond the root and crown of the weed and pull the tool towards me, it pulls the whole weed loose. Usually I can pull out dandelions and deep rooted weeds in a single motion, with minimal disturbance to plants around the weed.

Q: What about cultivation? Why would I want to use a single bladed tool as a cultivator?
A: The unique blade shape of the CobraHead has proven itself for years as an extremely efficient soil-cutting tool. What it may lose in width covered with a single pass is more than offset by the ease with which it cuts soil. I find its ability to break up hard soil and pull up weed roots at the same time to be the best way to cultivate my beds.

Q: What else does the CobraHead do well?
A: I use it as a transplanter. I almost never use a trowel anymore. I use it as a seeder to either dig a small hole or make a furrow line. I use it to de-thatch very weedy areas that need to be cleaned up. I use it as an edger both in the garden and along walkways. I find new uses all the time. The CobraHead is the first tool I take with me when I go into the garden. - Noel Valdes

Overview

The CobraHead® Precision Weeder and Cultivator is the closest thing to a universal garden tool. Its sharp blade is like a steel fingernail that becomes an extension of your hand.

Read more

Overview

The CobraHead easily removes weeds right down to the deep tap roots. Its sharp blade is like a steel claw that becomes an extension of your hand.

We like the American-made CobraHead Weeder because it allows you to pull out weeds with minimal effort and very little impact on your lawn.

Features & Benefits:

  • It weeds, digs, cultivates, edges, furrows, de-thatches, and transplants with ease
  • CobraHead out-weeds and out-digs all similar tools
  • The time proven blade design breaks up almost any soil
  • Pulls weeds right down to the tap roots
  • Comfortable handle allows easy right-hand or left-hand action
  • Weighs just 9.2 oz.
  • Made in the USA

Construction:

The CobraHead® is made of knife-blade quality self-sharpening tempered steel. The handle is made of wood fiber reinforced recycled plastic. The way the steel is set into the handle ensures it will never come loose.

Q & A with the Inventor:

Q: What makes the CobraHead a "precision" weeder?
A: The relatively narrow blade head and the pointed tip let the CobraHead work as though its blade were a steel fingernail. You can get right next to delicate plants and grab the weed and pull it out.

Q: Is the CobraHead effective on all weeds?
A: The CobraHead appears to be as close as you can get to a universal weeder. I find it's the best tool for grasses of all types. It does a great job on low-lying weeds such as purslane and spurge. It is great on dandelions and tap-rooted weeds. And because of its scalping ability even the weeds that can't be pulled out can be cut off quite deep underground.

Q: How do you "grab" weeds with the CobraHead?
A: If I push the blade into the ground just beyond the root and crown of the weed and pull the tool towards me, it pulls the whole weed loose. Usually I can pull out dandelions and deep rooted weeds in a single motion, with minimal disturbance to plants around the weed.

Q: What about cultivation? Why would I want to use a single bladed tool as a cultivator?
A: The unique blade shape of the CobraHead has proven itself for years as an extremely efficient soil-cutting tool. What it may lose in width covered with a single pass is more than offset by the ease with which it cuts soil. I find its ability to break up hard soil and pull up weed roots at the same time to be the best way to cultivate my beds.

Q: What else does the CobraHead do well?
A: I use it as a transplanter. I almost never use a trowel anymore. I use it as a seeder to either dig a small hole or make a furrow line. I use it to de-thatch very weedy areas that need to be cleaned up. I use it as an edger both in the garden and along walkways. I find new uses all the time. The CobraHead is the first tool I take with me when I go into the garden. - Noel Valdes

Specifications
Key Feature:
Short handle precision weeder and cultivator. Tempered steel blade with recycled composite handle.
Origin:
Made in the U.S.A.
Dimensions:
13 inches long
Weight:
9.2 oz.
Warranty:
1 Year Manufacturer's Warranty
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The CobraHead® Precision Weeder and Cultivator is the closest thing to a universal garden tool. Its sharp blade is like a steel fingernail that becomes an extension of your hand.

Read more

Overview

The CobraHead easily removes weeds right down to the deep tap roots. Its sharp blade is like a steel claw that becomes an extension of your hand.

We like the American-made CobraHead Weeder because it allows you to pull out weeds with minimal effort and very little impact on your lawn.

Features & Benefits:

  • It weeds, digs, cultivates, edges, furrows, de-thatches, and transplants with ease
  • CobraHead out-weeds and out-digs all similar tools
  • The time proven blade design breaks up almost any soil
  • Pulls weeds right down to the tap roots
  • Comfortable handle allows easy right-hand or left-hand action
  • Weighs just 9.2 oz.
  • Made in the USA

Construction:

The CobraHead® is made of knife-blade quality self-sharpening tempered steel. The handle is made of wood fiber reinforced recycled plastic. The way the steel is set into the handle ensures it will never come loose.

Q & A with the Inventor:

Q: What makes the CobraHead a "precision" weeder?
A: The relatively narrow blade head and the pointed tip let the CobraHead work as though its blade were a steel fingernail. You can get right next to delicate plants and grab the weed and pull it out.

Q: Is the CobraHead effective on all weeds?
A: The CobraHead appears to be as close as you can get to a universal weeder. I find it's the best tool for grasses of all types. It does a great job on low-lying weeds such as purslane and spurge. It is great on dandelions and tap-rooted weeds. And because of its scalping ability even the weeds that can't be pulled out can be cut off quite deep underground.

Q: How do you "grab" weeds with the CobraHead?
A: If I push the blade into the ground just beyond the root and crown of the weed and pull the tool towards me, it pulls the whole weed loose. Usually I can pull out dandelions and deep rooted weeds in a single motion, with minimal disturbance to plants around the weed.

Q: What about cultivation? Why would I want to use a single bladed tool as a cultivator?
A: The unique blade shape of the CobraHead has proven itself for years as an extremely efficient soil-cutting tool. What it may lose in width covered with a single pass is more than offset by the ease with which it cuts soil. I find its ability to break up hard soil and pull up weed roots at the same time to be the best way to cultivate my beds.

Q: What else does the CobraHead do well?
A: I use it as a transplanter. I almost never use a trowel anymore. I use it as a seeder to either dig a small hole or make a furrow line. I use it to de-thatch very weedy areas that need to be cleaned up. I use it as an edger both in the garden and along walkways. I find new uses all the time. The CobraHead is the first tool I take with me when I go into the garden. - Noel Valdes

Key Feature:
Short handle precision weeder and cultivator. Tempered steel blade with recycled composite handle.
Origin:
Made in the U.S.A.
Dimensions:
13 inches long
Weight:
9.2 oz.
Warranty:
1 Year Manufacturer's Warranty
  • No-hassle, 30 day returns
  • No sales tax
  • Quick shipping
  • Secure shopping (SSL, PCI, McAfee Secure)
  • In business since 2000
  • Member of Better Business Bureau, Green America, and US EPA Watersense
  • Carbon-neutral, Family-owned business that promotes sustainability!

Specifications:

Key Feature:
Short handle precision weeder and cultivator. Tempered steel blade with recycled composite handle.
Origin:
Made in the U.S.A.
Dimensions:
13 inches long
Weight:
9.2 oz.
Warranty:
1 Year Manufacturer's Warranty

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