Most manufacturers use "ergonomic" to describe the same old tools they've been selling for decades. They add some bumps or contours to the handle, or make the grip fatter. But, the only thing that's really different is the packaging with the word "ergonomic."
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The idea for Radius Garden grew out of some blisters, sore wrists, and frustrating experiences with low quality tools that broke in a single season. It was more of a sudden inspiration than a business plan. It was a lightbulb flashing “Why not make better garden tools that won’t hurt you?”At Radius Garden™ we have ignored tradition and nonsense, re-thinking every aspect of every tool we make so you can have a better, more comfortable gardening experience.I founded Radius Garden because it bothers me that traditional garden tools force you to use your hands and wrists in ways that can cause injuries. Four out of five gardeners are injured every year while gardening. OSHA says 3/4 of all cumulative stress injuries are to the wrist and hand. Many, if not most, of these injuries can be prevented by better tool design.Most manufacturers use “ergonomic” to describe the same old tools they’ve been selling for decades. They add some bumps or contours to the handle, or make the grip fatter. But, the only thing that’s really different is the packaging with the word “ergonomic.”