Tuza is the Austrian equivalent to the garden spade, just as Pegasus is our alternative to the conventional garden fork, Whereas with a spade the gardener pushes and lifts the soil, with the Tuza gravity does the work. The gardener lifts the mattock, lets it drop and cut into the soil with the sharp cutting edge and then pulls the clod away to form a trench. This is a more efficient way of working than pushing-and-lifting tools, and kinder to the gardener's body from an ergonomic point of view.
This is the bronze version of the trenching grubber
Massive copper alloy, handle made of ash. Blade length 24cm