Grampa's Weeder - Stand-Up Weed Puller
Grampa invented his Weeder in 1913 to protect his back and knees during all the crappy yardwork Gramma made him do. Over a hundred years later, Grampa's Weeder is still around, and still helping men (and women) old and young alike pull weeds from their roots without bending over or kneeling down.
There have been some changes to the gardening tool along the way, including the total stoppage of its manufacture in 1941, when all available metal was put towards WWII. The most recent change occurred in 2019, when Grampa's Weeder the company decided to add a steel head for stronger removal capabilities to Grampa's Weeder the tool. Its 44" handle is bamboo.
To use Grampa's Weeder, jab its metal claw into the center of a weed - feel free to use your foot to max out the impalement - and then tilt the handle to pry the weed out by its root. Gone for good, without the use of chemicals. Good ol' Grampa, always with the safety of himself and others in mind.