Roughneck Micro Fork

Olympia Tools, distributor of the Roughneck brand of hand tools and workwear, has extended its range with a new product designed to overcome some of the challenges of breaking ground and digging in confined spaces.

Image: Olympia Tools
Image: Olympia Tools

The company's new Roughneck Micro Fork is a professional-grade product with hardened steel head that has been both forged and welded. It also has a high-strength fibreglass handle with double injected D-grip. The tool is said to offer all the strength, quality and performance of a full-sized fork but in a compact tool that measures just 74cm in length.

Olympia Tools purchasing and marketing manager Vahe Der Kureghian says the Micro Fork is "a perfect choice for those who need to break ground and dig in environments where space is in short supply, such as within trenches or other groundworks".

Complementing the Micro Shovel, the fork is easy to transport and store in work vehicles. It may also be an effective solution for those who find it difficult to use a full-size fork for health and safety reasons.

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