"Good feel to this bucket trowel. A lot better quality than I expected. Had I been in a tool shop and handled this first, I'd of expected to pay at least a tenner for it, and at that price would have bought it. Mine came with a burgundy coloured handle, but looks the same as the pic otherwise. If I lose this one, or if it gets nicked, I'd not hesitate in buying another one of these."
"Only bought this as I thought I'd thrown my old trowel away in the skip by accident -which I had. Its a good trowel but I missed my old one that much I sorted through the skip to get my old one back, so now I have 2 bucket trowels but only one bucket! A bit pricey but if I ever lose my 2 bucket trowels I would buy definitely buy another as it is well made and has a proper handle to tap bricks when laying them."
"This is a decent bucket trowel and does a good job scraping the mud and slop out of the bucket I hate paying the price though, its not a true trowel that needs to be machined well like a finishing trowel, its a glorified scrapper. So why the high cost? In this instance its little to sharp as mentioned in other reviews and will gouge the bucket a little unless rubbed down I didn’t bother, buckets were £1 throw aways At £10 a trowel its a bit pricey for what it is when an old off cut of 4*1 does the same job more or less"
"Excellent for keeping your buckets of adhesive, mortar and plaster clean and for moving the gooey stuff onto your various hawks, trowels and floats. The comfprtable handle is similar to that found on the very expensive but quaility Marshaltown kit. I only wish it was stainless but then neither are the much more expensive Marshaltown products."