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Kellyco Sawtooth Gator Digger
Extremely Strong Steel Blade Comes with a Limited Lifetime Replacement Warranty Against Breakage
This is the ORIGINAL Gator Series Digger that we have sold for over 15 years. It is NOT a cheap copy that others try to sell under different animal names. Kellyco's Gator Digger has a total of 42 Gator teeth (21 on each side of the blade) to more easily cut into the ground. Stamped on the inside of the blade is the authentic Gator Logo.
The Sawtooth Gator 1500 series Hardened steel blade is extremely strong. Coated blade is 7.5" long x 3" wide, with twin cutting tip and Gator Teeth on both sides of blade, handle is 4.5" long. The international orange nonslip handle makes this digger easy to find if lost. Gator Digger comes with a limited lifetime replacement warranty against breakage.
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Review by Bradshaw R on January 12, 2015
For you all that have a problem with the rubber handle, take it off and clean both handles (steel and rubber) with dish det. to remove oil,... then wrap steel handle with a few wraps of Duck tape, then put rubber back on and push,, you might have to hit it on concrete to get it on all the way. Ounce its on, IT is ON! Happy Digging!!
Kellyco Sawtooth Gator Digger1500
Review by Daniel H on December 12, 2014
First time I used the digger the handle came off in my hand. After placing the handle back on and using my thumb to hold onto the digger, I retrieved the digger from the ground. BAD setup on the handle attachment to the digger.
I have tried gluing the handle back on. Have not used the digger since I glued it back on ... looking for a new digging tool.
Buy a Lesche or Garrett instead
Review by Rod M on December 05, 2014
Rubber handle is loose on shaft, causing it to spin continually. Didn't come with sheath, which makes it awkward to carry. Relatively blunt shape of trowel makes it very difficult to dig a plug. Works OK in beach sand. Retired this to the shed and bought a Lesche and love it. Haven't used the Garrett, but the shape is very similar to the Lesche, so I'm assuming it would perform in a similar manner.
A decent tool if you use if for what it is in
Review by Jim C on October 27, 2014
I recieved this tool as part of a package with my AT Pro. Of all the items in the package, I have had the least amount of luck with this tool. The handle feels like silicone, soft and comfortable, but it rotates and comes off the shaft. A little silicone caulking does the trick for the handle, but there is more. The shape of the tool does not lend itself well to cutting sod or plugs in general, I had not anticipated this. It does fine for digging in compacted sand or loose dirt. The serrations on the sides need a little touching up with a triangular file to really do much cutting on roots. The sheath is very sturdy and easy to holster the trowel in. As long as you don't buy this trowel thinking you are going to go to the park and cut plugs, you will probably be satisfied. You would be much better off with a Gator or Garrett Edge Digger or Lesche Digger if you want to cut plugs, the Lesche changed the whole game for me when I added it to my tool belt.