The Maia dibber – want to know more about it?
Maia is an angled dibber with an offset ash handle and a copper-covered head, to allow easy sowing and transplanting. The cover is a sheet of pure copper and the point is pure silver solder. With these complementary trace elements your bulbs, seeds and young plants are given a good start.
And should you suffer from werewolves in your area, then keep it under the pillow – the silver tip should help save your life!
If you don’t want to use the dibber in the garden (and we struggle to imagine why you wouldn’t, but there you go) then you can always take it with you to crowded places – like bars, or queues for ice-cream vans – and use it to poke people in the back to get them out of the way.
Dibbing in public places is not illegal. (Yet.)
Enjoy the Maia dibber!
Length: 10 1/2ins, 27cm
Weight: 8 1/2oz, 230g
Love our copper tools but want to know more? Find answers to frequently asked questions in this helpful blog post.
- They don’t rust
- They have sharp edges
- They are hardwearing and will last for years
- The metal is known to deter slugs and snails
- They slice into the soil and come out clean
- They are handmade in Austria and Hungary
The tool heads carry a no-quibble, 25-year guarantee (excluding normal wear and tear) and the handles, which are made from European hardwoods, have a two-year guarantee.
They make FANTASTIC gifts!