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1079013 Handle Vitility. This T-grip Handle makes long tools easier and safer to use. Provied an ergonomic grip that improves leverage and power with less back bending and wrist strain. The handles reduce back pain, fatique and other stress injuries caused by repititive movements. Can be easily attached to home and garden tools such as shovels, rakes, brooms and vacuum cleaners. The T-grip handle mounts at right angles to the shaft and gives pushing and pulling control to the back hand.

This T-grip Handle makes long tools easier and safer to use. Provied an ergonomic grip that improves leverage and power with less back bending and wrist strain. The handles reduce back pain, fatique and other stress injuries cause

ergonomic handles that can be added to tools you already have to make them easier to use and reduce chance of injury

ergonomic handles that can be added to tools you already have to make them easier to use and reduce chance of injury

WANT:  Backsaver Ergonomic Long Handle Tool Grip Attachment for Garden Tools Mops Rakes Shovels Paint Rollers Squeegees Tree Trimmers

WANT: Backsaver Ergonomic Long Handle Tool Grip Attachment for Garden Tools Mops Rakes Shovels Paint Rollers Squeegees Tree Trimmers

best snow shovels: 3. Snow Joe SHOVELUTION SJ-SHLV01 180IN Strain-Reducing Snow Shovel w/Spring Assisted Handle

Snow Joe Shovelution Back-Saving Snow Shovel - Don't break your back clearing a snow-packed driveway; the Snow Joe Shovelution Back-Saving Snow Shovel reduces the need to bend, lowering back.

Easy shovel - Accessory that avoids back pain: Amazon.co.uk: DIY & Tools

Easy shovel - Accessory that avoids back pain: Amazon.co.uk: DIY & Tools

Snow Shovel Back Saving Snow Shovel Avalanche Rescue Blue Shovel Adapter NEW #SnowShovelUSA

Snow Shovel Back Saving Snow Shovel Avalanche Rescue Blue Shovel Adapter NEW

Love my meadow-creature broadfork!  I bought this just prior to ripping out the lawn and used it to aerate the soil without turning it over as well as to lift out trees and bushes that weren't in their ideal place. Using it is about as effortless as it can be; it uses your weight and then the leverage you put on its six-foot steel handles.  14" tines dig deep.  It's so well made that I'm sure it will last well  past my life. It's hand-made on Vashon Island, Washington.

previous pinner wrote: Broadfork-One of the only tools a small scale organic farmer needs---two weeks ago I had no idea what one was---Now I am VERY familiar