Fiskars 7983 Bulb Transplanter

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The smart design of this compact tool makes bulb planting easy. A spring-loaded handle releases bulbs for planting and provides excellent grip, and gradation marks help you make sure you’re planting your bulbs at just the right depth. The durable steel body won’t rust or bend when digging into tough soil. Lifetime warranty.The Fiskars bulb transplanter makes bulb planting a simple and easy task. The tool body has gradation marks for easy depth measurement, and steel construction for long-lasting durability. Additionally, the handle is spring-loaded, making the working action easy and comfortable on your hands. This transplanter cuts 2-1/4-inch diameter planting holes.

  • Ideal for bulb planting
  • Easy spring-loaded working action
  • Steel body construction
  • Gradation marks for easy depth management
  • Cuts 2-1/4-inch diameter planting holes

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2 Responses to Fiskars 7983 Bulb Transplanter

  1. K. Perry
    11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    bends even in sand, July 10, 2010
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    K. Perry
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    This review is from: Fiskars 7983 Bulb Transplanter (Lawn & Patio)

    I used this when I first got it to transplant sweet corn plants. I have sandy soil and when it was wet and freshly tilled the fiskars bulb planter worked great. I went to use it for planting bulbs in my sandy ,but dry and a little compacted soil and the thin steel sides bent over when I pushed it in the soil. Now I can’t get it bent back into shape to be strong enough to use at all. I thought by spending a few more dollars I would get quality. I can’t recommend this due to the thin metal sides that can’t withstand the pressure required to push it into the ground.

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  2. Ariel
    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    You get what you pay for., May 8, 2010
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    Ariel
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    This tool worked well for about 30 bulbs and then spring handle broke and metal side bent. I have arthritis in both hands so I was initially please with my ability to use this tool. Unfortunately it broke that first day. I can’t squeeze very hard so it certainly wasn’t roughly used. OK if you don’t mind a disposable tool and don’t have too much to plant.

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