Lightweight but strong aluminum head covers a wide area
Landscape rake is great for homeowner and professional use
Strong aluminum handle with end grip helps reduce fatigue
out of 474 reviews
88% recommend this product
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May 1, 2020
Good for leveling yard
I dug up all of my grass because my yard was a mess. I got this rake to help with the job. I'm glad I did because not only is it able to grab alot of stuff in one swipe but it is nice for leveling the lawn.
I have owned the landscaping rake for about 3 weeks and find the product initially very useful fo...
I have owned the landscaping rake for about 3 weeks and find the product initially very useful for my existing yard as we are developing it to plant. the tines dug in and grabbed the soil well, pulling out rocks and clumps of grass was exceptional. the flat side allowed me to smooth and level the ground. The rake lasted approximately a week until I got to ground that had some narrow roots from a tree nearby. the tines caught on the roots and ultimately bent , further into the 2nd week more bent tines and less efficient product. I think that a millimeter or two more of the aluminum or possibly a durable metal core i.e. tungsten, titanium, steel to reinforce the tines would be an effective way strengthen them.
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Oct 6, 2015
This rake is easy to assemble and I put it right to work leveling out sand in a walkway I've been working on. It makes it a lot easier to get the ground level and flat rather than using a narrower garden rake and the scrapper blade helps with getting everything smooth and flat. The toothed side is handy for getting the small rocks and other unwanted debris out of your project area.
I bought this rake when my wife and I decided to do some excavation in our back yard. It worked great for leveling the grade and moving dirt around. It is much more efficient that the standard yard rakes that are only 18" wide. I liked it so much that I bought another one to give away as a gift. Definitely worth the money if you have a large area of dirt that you want to work with.