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Variations In Lawn Rakes

 

There are several different types of lawn rakes available to make specific types of jobs in the yard easier and more efficient. A few of the more popularLawn Rakes rakes are the shrub rake, lawn rake, wide lawn rake, adjustable rake, and the telescopic rake. Each one has different features to perform the specific type of job. There are a number of these rakes included in this article along with the basic information and description for each as well as each of the rake's specifications.

The Spear and Jackson stainless steel lawn rake has a polished mirrored steel head. It also has a 48 inch weatherproof hardwood shaft with an antique finish. It has a total of 16 stainless steel spring tines and comes with a 10 year limited warranty. It is great at removing moss and thatch as well as excellent on raking leaves from a lawn. It is a heavy-duty rake made of high quality materials. The rake is also designed so it does not get clogged with leaves and other debris. The model number is 228905.You can pick up lawn rakes like this for around $70.00.

The Corona Clipper, model number RK62061, is a steel head shrub rake that has a 54 inch aluminum handle. The rake has a 19 inch rake head and measures 63 inches in length. It weighs a total of 1.3 pounds. It comes with 25 extra-wide steel tines. It has the ability to apply light pressure without damaging plant feeder roots. It has a bi-curved design to give even pressure to all tines for maximum raking efficiency. The rake head is made from tempered spring steel for greater durability. The handle is extra long and made of aluminum. The grip is made of a anti-slip vinyl for added comfort and better raking efficiency. It comes with a limited life time warranty and can be purchased for around $25.00.

The Friskar's 24 inch wide lawn rake has a teardrop shaped handle for comfort. Also extra wide tines with a gentle curve that will not clog with leaves and debris. Long handle feature for reduced back fatigue. The dimensions of the rake are 4 inches x 24.2 inches x 69 inches and weighs 1.5 pounds. The product number for this rake is 96605935. The rakes goes for about $28.00. The rake also comes with a 5 year limited warranty.

The Ames True Temper Lawn Rake has an adjusting thatching feature with a 54 inch rake span. The rack has a long wood handle with15 inch tines. The model number for this rack is 1914000. The thatching features helps for leaves and other debris not to get caught or clogged up in the tines. The measurements are 4.9 inches x 14.6 inches x 61.2 inches and weighs a total of 4.9 pounds. The rake can be purchased for around $29.00. It comes with a limited 10 year warranty.

The Pivot Leak Rake is the first fully adjustable rake. It has a 28 inch rake head and designed with a natural pivot action to make jobs less work. It has a natural push motion design and also flips to pull the rake. The rake has a 4 foot telescopic cushion grip for added comfort as well as to get in hard-to-reach places. The rake is 81 inches long and folds up to 39 inches in length. The rake comes with a lifetime limited warranty and costs around $18.00.

The Yard Butler Shrub Rake, model LT-8 is the worlds greatest shrub rake to get into smaller areas such as shrubs, plants, and hedges. The rake has a spring back action with steel tines. The rakes weighs a total of 2 pounds and is 64 inches long. It is the most flexible lawn rake ever made. It also has a rubber grip for comfort. These lawn rakes come with a 5 year limited warranty and cost around $20.00.

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