Utility Sickle 135mm

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A sickle for playing with the soil.

For collecting agave seedlings. Universal sickle 135mm

You can transplant the plant while cutting the stubborn roots when changing the pot.
A transplanting sickle made by a sickle blacksmith. Insert it into the edge of the pot and use it to separate and remove the roots and soil of the plant from the pot. The blade is 3mm thick stainless steel (double-edged). It is durable, rust-resistant, and can be used powerfully. The cutting edge is rounded, making it difficult to damage the pot and prevent injuries. The entire body is hardened to a hardness of over 55 degrees HRC, and the handle is made of durable oak. It comes with a cool brass clasp, is durable, and is well made with sharpness.
The versatile sickle is a sickle made with a new concept called ``TAKEMOTO BROS.'' that combines functionality and durability with design. For collecting seedlings from size 5 potted agave plants, changing pots, and transplanting plants. Please use it for weeding work. Since it is a double-edged type, it can be used regardless of your dominant hand.

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It is very convenient for collecting agave seedlings (oyster larvae), which are recently popular. The size is convenient because I often have to replace small pots (size 5 and up). Potted plants will need to be moved to a larger pot to improve the root environment. It would be nice if it could be pulled out easily, but if the roots are stretched out, it will not be possible to remove it. Therefore, it is necessary to create a gap, and the soil and roots must be cut and separated. This product has a strong blade and the "pull and mow" concept of a sickle, making it extremely easy to use. We also use carefully selected materials to make this product, so you can use it for a long time.

*Can be resharpened and repaired.


Utility Sickle 135mm


Total length 220mm, blade length 135mm, blade width 23mm, blade thickness 3mm, handle 135mm


Approximately 90g


Blade: Stainless steel (sus420j2) Double-edged handle: Oak (brass clasp) handle Boxed


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