If you have kids around the “right” age, you’d better hide the wrist saver — it’s a Wolverine starter kit. (All you need are some
yellow tights black leathers.) Two of these tools strapped to the wrists of a 9 year old could spell doom to your living room drapes. Wolverine aside, though, it’s an interesting new take on an old tool.
The Wrist Saver takes an old cultivator and adds a vertical handle and a forearm band to give a solid grip on the tool. It’s great for weeding and aerating soil.
The tines are polished solid steel for easy cleaning and strength.
$12 might be money well spent if hours of wrist aching soil work are on your horizon.