Weeding the flower beds, setting bulbs or cutting the hedges are all jobs that gardeners love doing - but can cause backache nevertheless. However, prudent selection of ergonomic gardening implements such as shovels, spades and forks can do muscles and joints a world of good.
Tools with curved handles for example are good for the back. This unusual design acts as the perfect power lever in all movement sequences. This makes it relatively easy to move the load.
Different handle heights let the user adopt a back-friendly working posture so that he won't have to bend, regardless of how tall he is.
The individual handle heights also relieve the pressure on shoulders and wrists - whether in loosening solid ground, planting flowers or plucking out the weeds.
Vibration in the handle also reduces the physical effort required while minimising jolts and impacts, thus reducing the injury risk.
First-rate quality provides the necessary stability and guarantees the best possible safety when using the tools.