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Greenworks 14" 10-Amp Corded Dethatcher

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Walmart has Greenworks 14" 10-Amp Corded Dethatcher (DT14B00) on sale for $99.99. Shipping is free.

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  • 10-Amp Motor
  • 14" Dethatching Path
  • Foldable Handles
  • Stainless Steel Tines
  • Padded Grip

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DT14B00 is a newer design with upgraded looks and a few internal tweaks compared to Model 27022: the https://www.greenworkstools.com/1...dethatcher

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Greenwo.../665298278
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PurpleSummer207 asked this question on 09-09-2021 at 01:29 PM
09-09-2021 at 01:29 PM
I have this dethatcher. It works as well as the one the landscapers use. I used this on my lawn at the end of last Fall and it got up lots of dead grass. When I had Spring cleanup done by the "pros", they used the dethatcher and it hardly got up anything since mine had gotten almost everything up already. BTW... great price for this. It will last you many seasons.
09-09-2021 at 01:29 PM
Pull a plug from your yard first to see if there is a need to dethatch. I aerated in Midwest last weekend and found out I have minimal thatch layer that will breakdown on its own over winter. To fully answer your question early early spring before grass starts growing so you don't damage new growth. Goodluck

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Either way.. I recommend Sun Joe over this.
I have this model. It pulled up a ton of thatch. AMA
Lawn care nut here.

I agree.

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What internal "tweaks"?

Also how does this compare to the sun joe one? (Which apparently seems to be discontinued)
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Isn't it a non-adjustable model?

https://www.greenworkstools.com/1...r-2500600g
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Model number on Walmart (Manufacturer Part Number 2500600G) which is this dethatcher:

https://www.greenworkstools.com/1...r-2500600g

Not adjustable and retails for $120

I'm not sure what tweaks youre referring to. The only difference I'm aware of with model 27022 is that it's adjustable and retails for $130. What am I missing?
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Either way.. I recommend Sun Joe over this.
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I read this as "Corded, Electric DeathCatcher". It's been a long day.
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Either way.. I recommend Sun Joe over this.
Lawn care nut here.

I agree.
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I have this model. It pulled up a ton of thatch. AMA
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Either way.. I recommend Sun Joe over this.
I bought their tiller and it broke on the second use. Mind you I live in Socal and not on a farm so this was very light use.
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I have this model. It pulled up a ton of thatch. AMA
Do you recommend for casual use for the lawn around the singly family house?
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Either way.. I recommend Sun Joe over this.
I just bought this one today after my Sun Joe died after 3 years of use. The internal gear that powers the cartridge was stripped during use and this is a common issue. The only resolution is to get a new unit, but they are out of stock until October, according to their support. Until it died, I agree, SJ was the way to go, so we will see what this Greenworks can do!
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I read this as "Corded, Electric DeathCatcher". It's been a long day.
Wow, same — and that's after dozens of these threads over years.

Deathcatcher is a scarifying word.
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I've had this for a few years now. I think I paid $80 on a prior SD. It works as described. Pulls a lot of thatch from the yard. I use it two times a year. We have small front and back yards, so this isn't running more than 15 minutes per section.... likely less. I've had zero issues.
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Agree with everyone Sunjoe seems better than gw. Just used both tonight, SJ pulls up 2x thatch on the second lowest setting than gw on its lowest setting.
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