Fiskars trifold E-tool
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The blade can be locked for either normal shovel like digging action or for use like a pick or hoe. Weight 1,3 kg, packs to about 26 x 18 x 7 cm size clump, about half a meter long when extended.
Comes with a black nylon belt pouch.
Manufactured in Poland.
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