Aussie Ho Mi

Aussie Ho Mi

$30.00 inc. gst

Australian made Aussie Ho Mi, Asian hand held hoe

Unlike western gardening tools, the Aussie Ho Mi is an ergonomic hand-held hoe which uses a more comfortable and natural action and is based on a traditional Korean design.

This tool s lightweight and perfectly balanced. Rotates easily in  the hand from the sharp pointed working edge, to the equally sharp wide edge. Dig, weed, cultivate, ridge, plant, scalp this tool will do everything. Once you start to use it, you will find yourself hooked!

Handcrafted in Australia by artisan tool makers F.D Ryan, the Aussie Ho Mi is made from high carbon steel, heat-treated for maximum strength and sharpened to a knife edge. Check out the other beautiful F.D Ryan tools in the Pip range.

With care, your Ho Mi will last a lifetime.

In stock N/A .5 kg . , , , , , , .

Description

Australian made Aussie Ho Mi, Asian hand held hoe

Unlike western gardening tools, the Aussie Ho Mi is an ergonomic hand-held hoe which uses a more comfortable and natural action and is based on a traditional Korean design.

This tool s lightweight and perfectly balanced. Rotates easily in  the hand from the sharp pointed working edge, to the equally sharp wide edge. Dig, weed, cultivate, ridge, plant, scalp this tool will do everything. Once you start to use it, you will find yourself hooked!

Handcrafted in Australia by artisan tool makers F.D Ryan, the Aussie Ho Mi is made from high carbon steel, heat-treated for maximum strength and sharpened to a knife edge. Check out the other beautiful F.D Ryan tools in the Pip range.

With care, your Ho Mi will last a lifetime.

Additional information

Weight .5 kg

Reviews

  1. Kaite

    I am left handed and have never found a Ho Mi type tool that is for left handers. It looks as though this one is also not suitable

    • Robyn Rosenfeldt

      Hi Kaite,
      I never thought about that. My partner is left handed, I will ask him what he thinks and get back to you.

      • Robyn Rosenfeldt

        He says it works either way. I think it probably is designed as a right handed tool but he has no trouble using it with his left. The curve is to the right but the sharp edge of the blade is on the left side, so in some ways it could be used to advantage on the left.

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *