Rated 4.3 out of 5Â by 3
Rated 3 out of 5Â by VPCTech Looks great... but DON'T USE A MALLET!
I think these look great once installed, but the pallet that I picked my 100 pieces from was damp and some of the ones that I picked up fell apart. Seems like they never really cured or something. If you use a rubber or plastic mallet to 'set' them, you WILL BREAK the pieces into 3's. For their size, each one weighs about 12 pounds, so do some stretching before you start your job.
Besides looking good, the sides of these are slightly angled like / and \ so if you have to lay them in curve patterns or a large radius corner, these will surely accommodate. Of course, for a straight line, alternate the angles.
Over all, it's a decent product, and I would recommend them IF YOU'RE GENTLE with them, but for the lack of durability, they should not be over a buck-fifty each.
June 14, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by primitivo Great for building flower bed
It's called edging stone, but actually it's great for building flower bed. It's only 4 inch in depth, so great for thin flower bed. The only thing not great is that it's 12-inch long, so not great for sharp turns; plus that it's too strong, impossible to break into smaller pieces for ending or sharp turns.
October 7, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by RedBird8 this are a beautiful accent.
these are a beautiful accent to my sidewalk. I loved the way it edged and easy to handle. I am older and they were not to heavy for me to handle.
June 14, 2012