Model # GW27022

Internet #202322310

Greenworks 14 in. 10 Amp Dethatcher
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Greenworks

14 in. 10 Amp Dethatcher

$107.65 /each

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Ready to get serious about the quality of your landscape. This electric Dethatcher by Greenworks is just the tool to help. Clear out all those pesky patches of unwanted grass types and make room for the good stuff. With a 14 in. dethatching path and a 10 Amp motor, this electric tool also features 3-position depth adjustment so you can clear grass on the surface or deeper. The depth adjustment feature is also great for getting rid of clumps and mats in the earth that hinder healthy lawn growth. And when it's time to replace those tines, this Greenworks dethatcher provides 18 replacement tine assemblies to keep you working.

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  • Includes full set of replacement tines
  • Ergonomic, padded grip and bale switch for added comfort and control
  • Stainless steel tines stay sharp longer
  • 3 position tine depth

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Customer Questions & Answers

do you think that it would be easy for me to work this? I am 145 lbs , 67 year old active woman. Please let me know asap

Asked by: sandy
I'm around your age, female, with a bad back and bad balance and did 1/4 acre of yard that had not be detached since the early 1980s if at all. You do get a lot of exercise emptying the catch bag (I think I have a different model with a bag attachment). these are lightweight, make a silly noise, look cheap as all get out, but they work if you let it do the job and you just walk behind SLOWLY and lightly pushing it. but follow directions. if you set the tines too deep you will get lots of dirt/dust and other items blowing back and will wear out the tines prematurely. I just wish I could use it again, but doubt I will need to for a few years. It doesn't seem to harm the grass at all, but spits out the thatch. makes for great piles for composting.
Answered by: Sen
Date published: 2016-04-30

is this electric, gas? how long are the blades on this so I know how deep it will dig into my grass/lawn?

Asked by: Bird
There a 3 settings low #1 / medium #2 / high #3. The manufacturer says to use the highest #3 initially. Obviously, the height of your lawn will be a factor. I would recommend cutting the grass down, if more than 3" high and go with the highest #3 setting and take it from there. The actual tines are about an inch long, 2" including the mounting spring.
Answered by: echoman4
Date published: 2016-04-13

Would it remove moss grown between grass during winter?

Asked by: rico
I don't see why not. I am assuming there is now snow to impede it's use.
Answered by: echoman4
Date published: 2016-04-13

Will this remove weeds that spread by surface runners?

Will this remove weeds that spread by surface runners? Or will it just cut the weeds so that each little piece will propogate into a bijillion more weeds?
Asked by: abby
Remove no, pull up some, yes. The grasses that spread with runners are sometimes called wiregrass and the best, maybe only way to kill it is to use Terflon Ester. This is expensive ($40 for about a cup or two), but it is VERY concentrated and it WILL kill your wiregrass. I have used it successfully in a tall fescue lawn where I found some patches of wiregrass. I had to apply a couple times, and then the following year, I had much smaller areas (probably from seeds from the year before) and then the third year, gone or literally one or two individual plants popped up. This product is great and although you should follow the label instructions, I use a little more when mixing. But do not go crazy with it...too much and it will probably kill your good grass.
Answered by: citadel1980
Date published: 2017-02-25
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Customer Reviews

14 in. 10 Amp Dethatcher is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 170.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Choice Purchased it on recommendation of high volume of satisfied customers. Add us to that list. Machine is easy to assemble. Lots of plastic, but of high quality. Light weight so is easy to move around. My wife dethatched while I raked. It was simple, quick and thorough. Follow this 3 step program: 1. Mow your lawn using the second lowest setting on your mower. 2. Bag or rake, removing the cut grass. 3.Set the dethatcher to it's highest setting and go. Be sure to remember that on turns or if pulling backward tilt the unit back on its rear wheels. Just finished 10,000 sq feet with no problems. It pulls the thatch out without tearing the yard apart. Motor does not pull down; tines are not wearing out. Expect it to last for many years. Thanks Greenworks for a great machine.
Date published: 2016-09-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from GREAT PRODUCT FOR THE INVESTMENT! THIS MACHINE IS INCREDIBLE...GREAT BUY...COULD NOT BE BEATEN, NO MATTER THE MONIES SPENT. IT GAVE ME A NEW LAWN, PERIOD. THE LAWN IS ONLY 1500 SQ. FT. OR SO, AND I HAD THREE LARGE BAGS OF HAY-LIKE DRIED GRASS. NOW, THE LAWN CAN BREATHE AGAIN. ONLY PROBLEM, IS THAT I WAITED TOO LONG BEFORE THE INVESTMENT. THANKS AGAIN TO GREENWORKS AND TO HOME DEPOT.....
Date published: 2016-09-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Does the job bought this over a year ago and I use it mainly to trim the grass from the edge of flower beds. Works just like it says and no tedious upkeep. The only problem I had is that I didn't read the instructions...don't pull backwards.
Date published: 2016-10-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from So easy to use! Just purchased Sept., 2016 n used on my much neglected lawn. House was a rental for 10 yrs. More dead grass than green in most places of approx. 800 sq. ft. lawn Decided to make 2 complete passes, raking up cuttings in between. Super easy to run. Practically runs itself. Wish it had a catch bag, however. This product had more n higher ratings than other brand with bag. A little tricky to start but manual explains - push start button then pull up on lever. U will NOT HEAR A THING when u push start button. A little trickly so unplug when not operating so no one gets hurt and all will be well. My lawn looks so much better! Now time to overseed.
Date published: 2016-09-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Better than I ever expected For just a little over $100 I have a tool that allows me to de-thatch my lawn as much or or as little as I want. A lawn care company quoted me aver $200 to do just the front half. What a deal. One concern I have is how long the tines will last. After working on about 400 square feet of lawn - removing the grass and weeds that I had killed with Round-up and then scratching the underlying dirt for re-planting grass seed - the tines are showing some wear. Before I purchased this machine, I questioned how much tine wear I could expect (the machine came with a free set of extra tines so i was suspicious). No quantitative answer was forthcoming, so we will see in the future how simple de-thatching will wear out the tines.
Date published: 2016-10-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great tool at a great price The 2-cycle gas powered mini-tiller with dethatcher attachment I've had for years died last season, and I wasn't looking forward to paying the high price of replacing it. Then I found the Greenworks electric dethatcher at Home Depot and decided to give it a try. Based on my first use it works better than the old gas powered model and is a lot easier to use. No more gas fumes and no more hearing protectors either. It's clean, quiet and efficient. You do have to watch the cord a bit to avoid tripping over it, but you get the hang of it pretty quickly. Also best to brush the thatch from the vent periodically, but no big deal. I highly recommend this tool.
Date published: 2013-04-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Tool - Clean and simple Well designed nice running tool. Seem to handle heavy St. Augustine grass well. After an internal rubber flap, I guess a safety device, fell off, it worked much better than before. Before it choked up, but without the rubber flap, it wind-rolled the debris nicely. Worked well with 100 ft. of #12 cord. After having been Briggs and Stratton's youngest authorized dealer some 60 years ago, it did not seem right to run a yard tool that did not use gasoline. With age comes tolerance.
Date published: 2016-09-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A great price for a lite weight machine that really works well. Been looking for a unit like this... A great price for a lite weight machine that really works well. Been looking for a unit like this for years. Just as good as the gas powered ones you rent. Do not think you could make a living off this unit but for personnel yard work its perfect. One thing to look at is the extension cord length and the gauge wire used. I used a 14 ga. 150 ft long and the unit stopped for a short time. noticed the cord was getting hot. I would suggest 12ga. for longer uses.
Date published: 2016-11-04
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