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20 in. Poly Steel Leaf Rake Wood Handle

  • 47 in. L handle with a varnished finish for a better appearance
  • Lightweight poly head design
  • 22 steel tines for long-life with a strong poly head
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Product Overview

The Anvil poly-steel lawn rake combines the lightness of plastic with the durability of steel. The plastic frame is lightweight for-hours of use, while the 22 steel tines will hold up for-years to come. This rake is good for raking leaves, thatch and debris from lawns.
  • 47 in. L handle with a varnished finish for a better appearance
  • Lightweight poly head design
  • 22 steel tines for long-life
  • Strong poly head and steel tines for long-life

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20 in. Poly Steel Leaf Rake Wood Handle
BrandFiskarsErgie SystemsAnvil
Name24 in. Leaf Rake24-Tine Leaf Rake Steel Shaft Strain Reducing Steel20 in. Poly Steel Leaf Rake Wood Handle
Tine MaterialPlasticMetalSteel
Handle MaterialAluminumSteelWood
Garden Center Tool TypeLawn RakeLawn RakeLawn Rake
Tine length (in.)5.528.50
Product Width (in.)23.523.2 in20.00 in
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Handle Length (in.)
Product Depth (in.)
64.09 in
Product Height (in.)
1.73 in
Product Width (in.)
20.00 in
Rake Width (in.)
Tine length (in.)


No Additional Features
Garden Center Tool Type
Lawn Rake
Handle Material
Number of tines
Product Weight (lb.)
1.68 lb
Rake Tine Material
Tine Material

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
5 year

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Customer Reviews

  • 3.9
    out of 20 reviews
  • 57% recommend this product
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Standard leaf rake
This is a fairly standard leaf rake. The tines stretch 19 inches across. The handle, at 64 inches, is longer than my existing rake. I look forward to the extra reach I’ll get with the longer handle. I did expect it to be wider, but it does match the description. I also wonder if tines will come out over time because of the design, but only time will tell.
by WayneC
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1 person found this helpful
Nice rake
I have a low-grow/no-mow fescue lawn in my front and side yards and find that using a metal rake gets into the grass much better than a vinyl/plastic rake when it comes to removing thatch and deep clean up. This particular rake is very comfortable in-hand and I expect it will be easy to use in my lawn as well. I also prefer that it is screwed onto the handle vs. riveted so I can replace the handle easily, if necessary. I look forward to using it once the weather cools down, hoping to prevent too much stress on my lawn before winter.
by jeannea
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Great for fall cleanup
If you need an inexpensive rake for general yard work this one fits the bill. Sturdy wood handle and all metal tines, this will pile up your fall leaves with ease. This is not the rake for turning the ground, however if you're raking up dead grass or leaves then this will do the job. Handle is a good length and thickness, and the plastic head that holds the tines is lightweight for ease of use.
by JayM
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Not good for raking small leaves or grass clippings.
The metal tines on Anvil’s “20 in. Poly Steel Wood Handle Leaf Rake” are too flexible and have too much space between them to collect small leaves without requiring repeated raking over the same area. It’s OK on larger leaves or piles of yard debris, but why compromise? There are other rakes with a more effective design, like Anvil’s own “24 in. Poly Wood Handle Leaf Rake” shown for comparison in the last picture. It’s too soon to tell how durable this steel rake will be, but I’m concerned. Each tine snaps into place in a small slot in the plastic frame. I could see the plastic wearing and the tines pulling out after a while. See pic where I purposely removed one tine for sake of example. It should be OK for light duty. Model # 77845-949
by RobDIY
    Broke after the first use.
    The plastic is weak. Raking leaves was not even possible. Do not purchase this rake!
    by FiremanGrimes
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