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Robust 10 Amp motor, ergonomic, padded grip and adjustable handle for user comfort
14 inches dethatching path gets your work done faster
3-position tine depth adjustment provides greater control by removing matted layers to promote continued lawn health
Stainless steel tines stay sharp longer for reliable performance, also includes full set of replacement tines for a total of 18 tines
A wire gauge size (A.W.G.)of at least 14 is recommended for an extension cord 50 feet or less in length, an undersized cord will cause a drop in line voltage resulting in loss of power and overheating

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I've had this for 4 or 5 years. Use it every spring. Think thinning out thick matted hair. My lawn thrives after I use it. It leaves a trail of dead grass and thatch that you then rake up. Also, it kicks up the grass that has been flattened by the heavy snow (Utah). The lawn looks great after using this and I know it is happier and healthier. Use when the lawn starts to come out of dormancy, like has a green hue .... around March. Highly recommend !!
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I am looking for a GreenWorks corded lawn mower.
I haven't found any deal.
BTW it's better to get corded or cordless?
I am in market for new lawn mower and edger.
The 60v Greenworks cordless has been dirt cheap at Lowe's on a couple occasions over the last six months. Many happy campers on SD that picked it up.
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I'm sold, I have been looking at this for a while now.

My question is when can I first use it? I live in southern Indiana. Do I have to wait until Fall or can I take a pass through the yard before that?
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Anybody tried using this in Bermudagrass? Results?
I'd like to know too
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I bought this in 2012 for $126. It has served me well, and is still chugging.

At $82 this is an absolute steal.
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Looks like Walmart matched the price. Possible opportunity to save a couple more bucks through cashback sites.

Had a look at the Sun Joe as others mentioned the added attachment. But half the warranty and double the % of negative one and two star reviews has given me pause on Sun Joe.
Thanks for the reminder. I canceled Amazon order and bought through Walmart. Using 5% from rEbates site I knocked some of the tax off for $83.64 out the door vs Amazon's $88.04.
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I'm sold, I have been looking at this for a while now.

My question is when can I first use it? I live in southern Indiana. Do I have to wait until Fall or can I take a pass through the yard before that?
Same here. I've had this in my Amazon cart saved section for about a year watching it off and on. Glad I checked SD more than my Amazon cart for deals. It's been hovering around $100 for last few weeks so finally dropped big. This is a fantastic price. Normally in the $120s.

I borrowed my buddy's one last season and it was an absolute beast. Did a great job of getting rid of my patches of lawn I killed with Roundup because it was full of nimblewill weed. This dethatcher made short work of it all so I could seed.
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I have the Sun Joe and use it in my bermuda grass. It'll pull up dead thatch just fine. Yes, you will also rake up some healthy grass, but bermuda is aggressive enough to fill in and repair in a couple weeks.

Dethatching is good for your yard. Ideally, you want your mulch clippings to decompose naturally but the bigger, thicker pieces don't decompose quickly enough and will thatch up every season.
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I search for this in google and saw a better $49.90 option at below website. Is that a better option ?

https://www.wgofire.com/14-inch-a...rded-27022

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I search for this in google and saw a better $49.90 option at below website. Is that a better option ?

https://www.wgofire.com/14-inch-a...rded-27022 [wgofire.com]
There is a report that this site is scam
https://www.scamdoc.com/view/163632
Would avoid buying from this site unless there is a second opinion somewhere

"Scam site, selling $600 products for less than $100, too good to be true...because it's not true, its a scam and you will never receive your peoduct."
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Have been waiting for this dethatcher alert for a while. Did research long time ago and glad that I could just go ahead and buy it without reading/researching more.
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It scrapes up all the dead grass (thatch) that sits below the top layer of grass. The alternative is to rake it up, but instead this will save your back and do the job better in half the time. I've used this thing for years and it's worth it's weight in gold as they say. Don't just take my word for it, read the reviews. For this price, it's a slick deal! ($2 shy of the lowest price ever back in 2017)
You still have to rake the dead grass afterwards.
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I got this a couple years ago. It works well, but I would definitely advise people to consider waiting and paying the premium for the cordless version.

This power cord gets in the way all the time, think of electric cord lawn mower.
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I live in Maryland, pretty sure crab grass infiltrated my lawn and now my lawn looks awful. Is this something that would help me? Not sure really where to begin at this point. I didn't get to fertilize in the fall so looking to do that in the spring. Should I use this dethatcher now in the winter to help prepare the grass for the spring?
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I remember Jerry Baker giving a homemade method for dethatching. Pretty sure it was spraying the lawn with sugary cola. Not sure I'd do that but I have only dethatched once in my lawn's 30 year life and it does fine. And I mulch my grass and don't fertilize either. No impenetrable thatch layer for me. YMMV
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