Fiskars Fiberglass Handle Soil Scoop, 11.75"

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  • Fiskars Fiberglass Handle Soil Scoop, 11.75"
  • Fiskars Fiberglass Handle Soil Scoop, 11.75"
  • Fiskars Fiberglass Handle Soil Scoop, 11.75"
  • Fiskars Fiberglass Handle Soil Scoop, 11.75"


This Fiskars Nyglass soil scoop is everything such a utilitarian tool should be: remarkably light, incredibly strong, and remarkably affordable. 

Key Product Features 

  • One cup capacity
  •  Ideal for digging up or transporting large scoops of soil
  •  FiberComp design is lightweight for easy handling yet stronger than steel for lasting value
  • Ideal for digging up or transporting large scoops of soil
  • Oversized head displaces more soil to speed work

Fiskars FiberComp Soil Scoop is lightweight for easy handling and ultra-durable for lasting value. It features an oversized scoop to help you get the job done faster. It’s a one-piece design made of Nyglass nylon/ fiberglass composites, it’s lighter than comparable metal models and yet it’s stronger than steel. It has an easy to grasp, slightly oversized handle with a hang hole convenient for storage. 

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33 Reviews

  • 5
    Impulse buy, but glad I did.

    Posted by Luvmyboxer on Mar 28th 2019

    I use this little scoop for mixing up soil block material; peat, compost, sand, and fertilizer, and it gets a nice scoopful of material without it being too heavy on the wrist after doing it all afternoon. Once that mixture is in the potting bin, I then add water and mix it up. This little scoop works much better than the usual garden trowel or yogurt container I would use to stir up the mix. I also do not have any hand fatigue after a day of making blocks.I have not used it on compact dirt, and I would have to say that is NOT what it is for. If you do not have loose soil, use a trowel. This is meant for scooping loose dirt, such as potting soil, and other potting supplies.

  • 5
    Best beach shovel

    Posted by josh on Sep 19th 2018

    We got these for a trip to the beach. The typical "beach shovels" are flimsy garbage. We wanted some serious holes in the sand and these made it possible! All plastic = no rust. Note: save your hands from getting sticky and remove the labels and glue before you use them!

  • 4
    Nice, but it could hold a bit more.

    Posted by C Wagenknecht on Jul 22nd 2018

    Nice for digging out soil or bring in soil for planting flowers. It could hold just a bit more.

  • 5
    Easy to use.

    Posted by Bongo on Jun 29th 2018

    This is a really nice time saver for planting smaller pots each year. The construction is solid and it is easy to slide right in a bag of dirt. It sure beats using your hands and dropping expensive soil all over the place.

  • 5
    Durable and affordable

    Posted by Oregonians on Feb 8th 2018

    I purchased the cultivater and scoop. I lost my original pair during our move. I especially like these because they're super lightweight and durable. They're made from a mold into one solid piece. You don't have to worry about the handle loosening and eventually falling off. They won't warp, rust, or break; they're unfailing. They're easy to clean and very affordable. Fiskars fibercomp gardening tools are modest looking, but they'd make a nice addition to any gardener's arsenal.

  • 5
    This is a SOIL SCOOP not a shovel

    Posted by John S on Aug 29th 2017

    Works perfectly as intended for SCOOPING SOIL, Perlite, Pete moss, sand out, etc. of the bag and placing it in a pot - just like the photo shows. I'm actually laughing myself silly reading the bad reviews of these fools that think its for digging weeds and rocks up out of the yard and breaking it. I swear some people just have no common sense.

  • 5
    Perfect for scooping potting mixes

    Posted by Nancy Grace on Aug 25th 2017

    Where has this little scoop been all my life?! Sometimes a hand trowel just isn't the right tool when you're transplanting, but this is the right one. It's better than using a small pot or cup, and better than using a trowel to scoop potting mixes or other materials. If you do a lot of container gardening, you'll love this.

  • 5
    Buy More!

    Posted by Shop n Drop on Jun 3rd 2017

    Really good scoop. Wish I bought more than 2. For soil, peat moss, fertilizer, pea gravel, etc...I ilusually use an old plastic dish for these things. This scoop is very nice in your hand, scoops and empties nicely. Very hearty grade of plastic.

  • 5
    Here's the scoop.

    Posted by San on Mar 9th 2017

    This Fiskars Fiber Composite Soil Scoop (7068) is so comfy and handy for my arthritic (and fibro) self that I would give it 8 stars if I could. The handle offers a better gripping surface, and sometimes I use two hands when needed. I am pleased i purchased it!

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