CobraHead Introduces "mini" CobreHead Weeder

By Noel Valdes

Cambridge, WI – July 2017 --  The CobraHead “steel fingernail®” blade design is now available on a pocket-sized hand tool that you can always have with you.  The CobraHead® “mini” rounds out the CobraHead selection of garden tools.  Like the Original CobraHead® Weeder and Cultivator and the CobraHead® Long Handle, the “mini” is an exceptional weeding device capable of performing multiple gardening tasks.

The CobraHead® “mini” Weeder and Cultivator makes light work of weeding, cultivating, planting and transplanting.  This one small tool fills the role of several garden tools including trowels, small hand forks, dibbles, and hand hoes.  The “mini” fits in areas impossible to work with larger tools.  It is an excellent weeder for grasses and low lying weeds and is very effective on tap roots.  Its sharp, narrow blade cuts through the toughest soils.

The “mini” is about half the size of the Original CobraHead Weeder and Cultivator.   It weighs less than five ounces and is 8.75 inches long.   The “mini” blade is forged, tempered steel.  The handle of the small tool is a recycled plastic/organic fiber composite.  Left-handed or right-handed gardeners will find either tool comfortable to use.  The handle shape will fit just about any sized hand comfortably.

Made in Wisconsin, CobraHead tools are produced using environmentally friendly manufacturing processes and high quality standards.  Our tools have a unique "cobrahead" shape blade that easily cuts through soil.  We call the blade a “steel fingernail®” that grabs weeds and pulls them out intact, including the whole root.  The tools are also effective for scalping and cutting off weeds at or below ground level. Their all-around weeding capabilities are superior to all other hand weeders currently on the market.

The CobraHead “mini” is available for purchase through the website ($21.95 including shipping – U.S. only) and is also available at select garden stores and catalogs.

CobraHead is a family owned and operated business.  We support urban and community gardens as well as youth gardening projects internationally through tool donations both for use and for fundraising projects.  Please contact CobraHead for more information.

The CobraHead "mini" will also be featured as a prize in the upcoming July "Not-a-Raffle-Raffle" on

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