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AdvantagesHigh quality, comfortable to hold, easy to use.

DisadvantagesOn the pricey side.

...First impressions I wouldn?t be surprised if many of you had not heard of the Ceka brand. Here we have the Ceka Stainless Steel Digging Fork. Standing at just over a metre this is a good looking garden fork in my opinion. The D grip plastic handle and shaft cover a very strong steel core. The business end of the fork has four prongs and is finished in polished stainless steel. The hardened...

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“Faithful Border Fork”

published 31/12/2015

AdvantagesGreat quality, affordable, good weight, fairly comfortable.

DisadvantagesHandle may not suit everyone.

...First impressions I have put my trust into the Faithfull brand on many occasions now and each and every time they come up with the goods. Here we have a very good quality piece of kit in the shape of this Faithfull Border Garden Fork. This fork has a solid ash handle and at one end this has a sturdy D grip plastic handle and at the business end there is a carbon steel fork head. In terms...

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AdvantagesWell designed, high quality, great for serving with a range of desserts

DisadvantagesNone at all from me

...Whilst some may think that having a separate set of dessert forks might be a little bit over the top, when having people over for a dimmer party, I didn't have enough forks to set my table with so rather than go out and buy new cutlery and have possible unwanted knives and spoons, I instead went on my mission to find some dessert forks. My cutlery set at home is a Marks and Spencer's stainless...

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