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Scotts Wizz Hand-Held Spreader with EdgeGuard Technology - Apply Grass Seed, Fertilizer or Ice Melt - Battery Powered - Designed for Use Year Round - Holds up to 2,500 sq. ft of Scotts Lawn Products

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Bad reviews. I would just go with the hand-powered Scotts Whirl [amazon.com], which is only slightly more and 4.8/5.0. Also, you get the bonus arm workout instead of burning through batteries.
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bought 1, repped.
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I got this for free a couple years ago. It works okay at spreading in small areas like garden beds. It's also okay at spreading salt in places like front porches.

It's pretty cheaply made, but it gets the job done. I wouldn't pay more than this price.
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Bad reviews. I would just go with the hand-powered Scotts Whirl [amazon.com], which is only slightly more and 4.8/5.0. Also, you get the bonus arm workout instead of burning through batteries.
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Used ones with the wheels and all sell on FB Marketplace for $5
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Super convenient not having to spin the wheel. More even distribution too with the electric spinner.

$20 at HD
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Filled it with grass seed and made it about 3 minutes before it completely died. Battery change and still nothing. Fastest I have even returned an item to Home Depot.
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Bad reviews. I would just go with the hand-powered Scotts Whirl [amazon.com], which is only slightly more and 4.8/5.0. Also, you get the bonus arm workout instead of burning through batteries.
Totally agree, I have this since last summer and it works OK as long as the stuff you are spreading are perfectly dry. I used this to spread some fertilizer that was a bit moist and it got clogged up and stopped running. Also, the plastic wheel attached to the electric motor that spreads the stuff is a bit wobbly and rubs against the case which makes it inconsistent, so do not trust the numbers on the dial. The wobbly wheel is the reason why people report it stops working after a few minutes of use. The wheel can get stock into the case and needs to be adjusted to bring it back to life.
I use mine with Ni-MH rechargeable batteries and it lasts for ever.
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Bad reviews. I would just go with the hand-powered Scotts Whirl [amazon.com], which is only slightly more and 4.8/5.0. Also, you get the bonus arm workout instead of burning through batteries.
Thanks for your comment. I don't know about the quality of this spreader as I never used it before. But I took the risk of the hassle of free return with this lowest price I have tracked over several months. Camel shows this is indeed the lowest in past three years.
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bought 1, repped.
Thanks. Appreciate it.
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I got this for free a couple years ago. It works okay at spreading in small areas like garden beds. It's also okay at spreading salt in places like front porches.

It's pretty cheaply made, but it gets the job done. I wouldn't pay more than this price.
These are exactly my expected uses. Thanks!
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FWIW I've had one for awhile and love it. No issues whatsoever but it does clog if using a moist material. I've done fertilizer, Ironiite and seed. I have a small yard where this is perfect for my needs.
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Totally agree, I have this since last summer and it works OK as long as the stuff you are spreading are perfectly dry. I used this to spread some fertilizer that was a bit moist and it got clogged up and stopped running. Also, the plastic wheel attached to the electric motor that spreads the stuff is a bit wobbly and rubs against the case which makes it inconsistent, so do not trust the numbers on the dial. The wobbly wheel is the reason why people report it stops working after a few minutes of use. The wheel can get stock into the case and needs to be adjusted to bring it back to life.
I use mine with Ni-MH rechargeable batteries and it lasts for ever.
Thanks for the tips. Never used rechargeable Ni-MH batteries. Any brand recommendations?
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I had this. Don't do it. It's such a piece of crap. The spreader gets stuck constantly. As you fix it all your seed/fertilizer falls all over the place. Get a push spreader, you will be much happier.
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