Mattock "TUZA"

Weinhaue aus Kupfer, PKS BRONZE

A heavy-duty chopping and digging tool. Much heavier than the hoe SIRIUS.
copper alloy, ash shaft.

Mattock "TUZA", Order No. 025 » Shopping cart

length 127 cm
width 13 cm / 22 cm
weight 1550 g

Tuza has an ash shaft and a heavy-duty, work-hardened bronze head. As Merak is our alternative to the conventional garden fork, Tuza is the Austrian equivalent of the garden spade. Whereas with a spade, the gardener pushes and lifts the soil, with Tuza gravity works for us. The gardener lifts the mattock, lets it drop and it cuts into the soil with the sharp cutting edge, then pulls the clod away to form a trench. This is a more efficient way of working than pushing-and-lifting tools, and kinder to the gardener's body from an ergonomic point of view

What our customers say

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ed acosta -
incredible that you don't have shipping to the United States I want to buy some tools....and cannot. thank you ed acosta
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Trevor Curran -
I am very pleased with the processing and shipping all the way to North Carolina! I am also very happy with the quality of the tool. It has a beautiful look and feels great to use. The clay really does stick less than on my steel tools! I expect this tool to satisfy my digging needs for the garden for years to come!
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Why Copper Garden Tools?

  • Copper gardening tools enrich the soils with coppertrace elements and thereby provide plants with essential nutrients
  • They are hardwearing and will last for years
  • Stay free of rust  – but age with a graceful bronze patina, perfect for the coastal gardener
  • They have sharp edges
  • They have an incomparably longer lifespan than devices from iron
  • Viktor Schauberger came to the assessment that cultivating the soil with copper implements would be more beneficial to the Earth and lead to healthier plants. In his writings, he listed several reasons for this.
  • Minute amounts of copper create the conditions for beneficial micro-organisms
  • Penetrate the soil easily -low coefficient of friction- less tendency for clay to cling to the tool
  • Copper is not magnetic - so does not disrupt the electrical fields in the soil
  • Can be kept sharp with a whetstone, file or by peening (hammering the edge against a steel anvil)
  • Production experience since 20 years. Quality confirmed by enthusiastic gardeners.

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