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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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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)
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Good price but the Sun Joe comes with the scarfier attachment which is a lot better pulling up thatch than greenworks.
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Used mine a couple of times, one bump or divot along the path and it's more like a degrasser. Lol
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I saw this and also thought it was a good deal but I'm thinking the slightly more powerful motor and scarifier attachment of the Sun Joe might be better. Only two year warranty compared to Greenworks four years but reviews seems to indicate better customer service on Sun Joe than Greenworks. 🤔
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So what exactly does this thing do??
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So what exactly does this thing do??
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)
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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.
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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. 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)
Do u live in a cold climate? When's the best time to dethatch?
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Do u live in a cold climate? When's the best time to dethatch?
I live in Massachusetts but will usually do this once in the fall before I overseed. I sometimes do it in the spring but not even sure if that's necessary
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i bought one - the thatch on my lawn has been bugging me for almost 2 years and raking it is just too time consuming.
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I live in Massachusetts but will usually do this once in the fall before I overseed. I sometimes do it in the spring but not even sure if that's necessary
Good to know, I'm right next door in rhody, thx for the info
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How scary is this scarifier?
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Why would you ever use this? You want the dead grass to decompose and replenish the soil.
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I have the sun Joe version of this. It works really well. I would suggest thatching while ground is wet. I have a new home so I did a ton last year. My yard looks much healthier as well. I had the dethatcher rake but this saved my back. Lastly when doing this I found that keeping the chord to the inside helps greatly.
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