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A 350 is mowed into a meadow in Denmark. This picture was taken as part of the 350.org International Day of Climate Action on October 24, 2009.
Courtesy of: H. Jørgensen


Testimonial:

"... the scythe I received from you is a work of art. Till then, I have been using my Marugg outfit since its mowing time in this area. It has been like the equivalent of running a marathon in hiking boots. You can do it, but its not all that comfortable. : )  When I assembled my new one, not only was it easy to put together, but it fits as if I were born to use this tool all my life. Very lightweight and comfortable. I love the grips!! Having used both (Marrug's and Scythe Works'), I can honestly say this is a superior tool, in quality and comfort. Anyone who uses the scythe for extended lengths of time would appreciate the craftsmanship of this tool!
Thank you so much for your advice and help in choosing the right one. This is going to make my mowing so much more fun!

With much gratitude,
Rebekah E."

Otto, North Carolina


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All human beings ...


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L. N. Tolstoy in his cabin
by I. Repin, 1891



Scythe Versus Weed Whacker


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All blades have had their edges cleaned of paint and lacquer, then hand-peened and honed ready to use.


To help the blade selection process, I ask you to make a tentative choice of blades you think are most suitable for your needs. Then I will give you a feedback and the selection can be refined.

To help you with choosing a blade please read this note.

For a page with descriptions of the blades, click here.
Please note, that the photos in this catalogue are not necessarily to scale.


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#2

70 cm - 400g - Tang angle 27° - Can$ 82.00
75 cm - 460g - Tang angle 27° - Can$ 88.00



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#3

50 cm - 530g - Tang angle 42° - Can$ 92.00 - out of stock
60 cm - 540g - Tang angle 42° - Can$ 96.00 - out of stock
80 cm - 770g - Tang angle 42° - Can$ 120.00
85 cm - 830g - Tang angle 42° - Can$ 125.00



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#7

55 cm - 440g - Tang angle 25° - Can$ 68.00
60 cm - 480g - Tang angle 25° - Can$ 73.00



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#11

55 cm Left Handed - 530g - Tang angle 30° - Can$ 66.00
60 cm Left Handed - 545g - Tang angle 30° - Can$ 70.00



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#12

65 cm - 790g - Tang angle 28° - Can$ 94.00



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#13

55 cm - 550g - Tang angle 32° - Can$ 65.00



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#16

70 cm - 520g - Tang angle 32° - Can$ 92.00



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#20

65 cm - 560g - Tang angle 25° - Can$ 105.00



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#21

60 cm - 450g - Tang angle 35° - Can$ 85.00
65 cm - 470g - Tang angle 35° - Can$ 88.00





Italian Falci blades:


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#100

65 cm - 375g - Tang angle 28° - Can$ 103.00



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#101

75 cm - 545g - Tang angle 23° - $ 95.00



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#103

75 cm - 500g - Tang angle 29° - Can$ 95.00
85 cm - 590g - Tang angle 24° - Can$ 98.00
90 cm - 600g - Tang angle 24° - Can$ 100.00



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#104

50 cm - 350g - Tang angle 28° - $ 80.00



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#105

55 cm - 400g - Tang angle 28° - $ 88.00



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#111

70 cm - 470g - Tang angle 26° - Can$ 121.00



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#112

60 cm - 365g - Tang angle 27° - Can$ 85.00



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#120

85 cm - 620g - Tang angle 28° - $ 110.00



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#121

35 cm - 335g - Tang angle 28° - $ 78.00



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#122

45 cm - 670g - Tang angle 26° - Can$ 83.00
55 cm - 790g - Tang angle 26° - Can$ 88.00





Sickles



Read descriptions and more on sickles here.

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#01

Right-handed model (size 2) - 220g - Can$ 22.00 - out of stock
Left-handed model (size 3) - 250g - Can$ 26.00
For a peened edge, please add Can$ 12.00


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#03

The sickle with a serrated edge - 180g - Can$ 23.00
Ethiopian model, made by the Falci company of Italy.


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#04

Smooth edged, right-handed - Small - 240g - Can$ 32.00
Smooth edged, left-handed - Small - 240g - Can$ 35.00
Swiss model, forged by the Falci company of Italy.
For a peened edge, please add Can$ 12.00


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Ordering Info



Approximate shipping and handling rates:
Within Canada: Can$55.00 to 70.00 for a complete scythe (the snath, one or two blades, and sharpening accessories), Can$38.00 for one or two blades with accessories.
To the US: Can$70.00 to Can$85.00 for a complete scythe, Can$45.00 for one or two blades with accessories.


Some customers from the United States might be wondering about higher shipping and handling fees, than those of US suppliers. Well, Canada Post charges more for their services, than its US counterpart.
I still need to pack the package and take it to the Post office.

I do "The Handling For a Good Cause". This means, that all of the profits, above my expenses, from shipping and handling charges will directly support a family in Nepal or India (places I've visited) or SPIN.


scytheworks@shaw.ca