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Barebones Hori Hori Classic

18+
£25.95
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We love to dig in the dirt and any tool that makes the experience more fun is a tool we want in our bag. After spending countless years testing all different types of tools from locations around the world, the Barebones founder discovered a tool called the Hori Hori. Roughly translated from Japanese, Hori Hori means Dig Dig.

The Barebones Hori Hori, based on a Japanese garden knife was designed to be the ultimate multi tool in your garden and Barebones' unique take on this tool should feel right at home in any garden setting. A quality walnut handle and tempered steel blade mean this tool is built to last. Digging, trenching, planting, cutting, and even popping the top off your choice of refreshing beverage, we think you'll find the Barebones Hori Hori to be your favourite go-to bushcraft tool.

A sheath is not supplied, but is available separately. See "Related Products", below.

SKU:
BARE046
GTIN
Brand:
Barebones
Colour:
Brown
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
18.0000
Overall Length:
30.5000
Blade Material:
Stainless Steel Blade
Product Weight:
491
Newest:
2019-10-09 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
24.9500
Lead Time Dropdown:
4 - 6 Weeks
GTIN:
819665010466

Description


We love to dig in the dirt and any tool that makes the experience more fun is a tool we want in our bag. After spending countless years testing all different types of tools from locations around the world, the Barebones founder discovered a tool called the Hori Hori. Roughly translated from Japanese, Hori Hori means Dig Dig.

The Barebones Hori Hori, based on a Japanese garden knife was designed to be the ultimate multi tool in your garden and Barebones' unique take on this tool should feel right at home in any garden setting. A quality walnut handle and tempered steel blade mean this tool is built to last. Digging, trenching, planting, cutting, and even popping the top off your choice of refreshing beverage, we think you'll find the Barebones Hori Hori to be your favourite go-to bushcraft tool.

A sheath is not supplied, but is available separately. See "Related Products", below.

Specification


SKU:
BARE046
Brand:
Barebones
Colour:
Brown
Age Restriction:
18+
Blade Length:
18.0000
Overall Length:
30.5000
Blade Material:
Stainless Steel Blade
Product Weight:
491
Newest:
2019-10-09 00:00:00
Shipping Group:
STANDARD
Parent Base Price:
24.9500
Lead Time Dropdown:
4 - 6 Weeks
GTIN:
819665010466

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Reviews


  • 5
    Great tool

    Posted by Andy T on 4th Nov 2020

    This is a genuinely well built tool. Great around the garden but equally useful in the outdoors to dig fire pits, latrines etc. Fits into a PLCE bayonet sheath that can be found for a few quid online.

  • 5
    Barebones Hori Hori

    Posted by Mick C on 27th Oct 2020

    Great tool very strong and well made..Great service as usual from Heinnie.

  • 3
    Barebones hori hori classic

    Posted by John from Eldwick on 21st Oct 2020

    Just wanted to warn potential buyers, the plain edge is not sharp, (needs serious work with a grinder), the tip is very blunt, (again, major grinding needed),, if you're thinking that's a bottle opener, forget it, !.. The handle scales are poorly fitted, (removed, sanded flat, and epoxied back on,).. After all this work, (nearly a full day), it's now superb, and should last for ages,, the steel seems pretty good, 3Cr13 ? ).. Also, I gave the handle a few coats of shellac.. I just wanted to give people a heads up, that this is poor, out of box, but can be made into a superb garden tool,,, also, I got the sheath, and that needs some careful work with the heat gun, re-shaping it, so it fits,, I don't wish to be negative about this knife,, as it's great, now,,, caveat emptor, as they say,,,,,

  • 5
    Excellent.

    Posted by Liz on 16th Oct 2020

    Bought as a gift, this really is a solid bit of kit. Very decent price for the quality, highly recommended.

  • 5
    Hori Hori

    Posted by Jim Cowan on 13th Oct 2020

    Good strong business like tool. Looking forward to using it; it'll last forever. Note, no sheath. I understand that it fits a PLCE bayonet scabbard.

  • 5
    Barebones Hori Hori Classic

    Posted by John Wood on 12th Oct 2020

    Using this in the garden my wife was so impressed that she insisted we bought another for our daughter. It really looks the business and has multiple uses.

  • 3
    Blunt instrument

    Posted by Craig on 7th Oct 2020

    Buyers should be aware that not only is the point rounded, it is also unsharpened. Any gardener will tell you the importance of keeping your spade reasonably sharp (obviously you are never going to shave with it) . In the case of this Hori Hori the point is so blunt as to make it quite hard to push through heavy soil or use for precision work. Literally all my other garden tools are sharper - even regular trowels. Other than that, it looks the part and seems extremely sturdy.

  • 5
    Excellent Value and Quality

    Posted by Mark R on 2nd Oct 2020

    I have been waiting for these to come back into stock to buy one as a birthday present for my wife who is a very keen gardener. Unfortunately missed her birthday so thought of Christmas present instead. Then I saw all the bulbs etc the wife has just bought to plant right now ready for next spring. so a very early Christmas present it is! She absolutely loves it. Fantastic tool. Sturdy, well designed and extremely versatile. They will no doubt sell out again very soon. Get one now while you can.

  • 4
    Garden work horse

    Posted by C on 1st Oct 2020

    I recently bought this tool and so far I've not been able to put it down. It's so versatile up the allotment it has a use everywhere. I would think it would be just at home around camp as it's great for small digging jobs, cuts well and the saw is pretty useful to. One down side no sheath. I made one from Pvc plastic and pop rivets.