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I bought one of these a week ago. Can't recall when I have been more pleased with a powered lawn product.
I did a lot of research after seeing the recent 5/18 Sun Joe dethatcher deal for the 15" 13 amp deal for 130. Much of the SD discussion focused on extension cord length needed to support the amperage the Sun Joe required (and the small bagger). I didn't want to also invest in a 10 gauge 150 foot cord or drag my generator around the yard, so
went with the Greenworks because 10 amps made my long (150') 14 gauge workable for me. I had some concerns about whether the unit had enough power on paper, but decided to give it a try.

My 5000sf lawn is steep and medium-small and hasn't been dethatched in 5 years.it took me all day to do it. I mowed to 2" and bagged clippings beforehand, then went quite slowly, holding the dethatcher back somewhat as it pulled forward. I also discovered if I wiggled the handle back and forth while moving it got a lot more thatch and, more importantly, didn't need a second pass at right angles later on. When I was done, I had raked up 14 tightly compressed large landscaping bags of thatch. The unit never overheated or even protested.

Bottom line, I am completely satisfied with this thing. It didn't leave the carnage that a heavy gas dethatcher does, it's easy to get up and down the steep slopes on my lawn, and I did not have to invest in yet another electrical cord.
I agree, this is a fantastic deal.
The witch doctors here will say yes, but it seems like a waste of the vestal virgins.

On a separate topic, the dethatcher will scarify the ground plenty well.

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Fantastic deal. I bought one of these 3 months ago and it works very good. But I paid $125. grrrrrrrrrrrrr
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I bought one of these a week ago. Can't recall when I have been more pleased with a powered lawn product.
I did a lot of research after seeing the recent 5/18 Sun Joe dethatcher deal for the 15" 13 amp deal for 130. Much of the SD discussion focused on extension cord length needed to support the amperage the Sun Joe required (and the small bagger). I didn't want to also invest in a 10 gauge 150 foot cord or drag my generator around the yard, so
went with the Greenworks because 10 amps made my long (150') 14 gauge workable for me. I had some concerns about whether the unit had enough power on paper, but decided to give it a try.

My 5000sf lawn is steep and medium-small and hasn't been dethatched in 5 years.it took me all day to do it. I mowed to 2" and bagged clippings beforehand, then went quite slowly, holding the dethatcher back somewhat as it pulled forward. I also discovered if I wiggled the handle back and forth while moving it got a lot more thatch and, more importantly, didn't need a second pass at right angles later on. When I was done, I had raked up 14 tightly compressed large landscaping bags of thatch. The unit never overheated or even protested.

Bottom line, I am completely satisfied with this thing. It didn't leave the carnage that a heavy gas dethatcher does, it's easy to get up and down the steep slopes on my lawn, and I did not have to invest in yet another electrical cord.
I agree, this is a fantastic deal.
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I'm looking at the trimmer. Is Greenworks 24V ecosystem worth buying into?
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Anyone know if sacrificer is needed? I bought the sun Joe for 150... Curious if this is just as good. Haven't used sunjoe
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This is my favorite yard tool. The looks you get when grass is kicking up is always a good conversation. Sometimes you talk so long the grass blows into thr neighbors yard and you don't have to Rake it anymore!
But seriously it's great for the lawn. If you need to "scarify" a surface too and plant new seeds it does a great job at that too.
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Anyone know if sacrificer is needed? I bought the sun Joe for 150... Curious if this is just as good. Haven't used sunjoe
IMO no, I've always had good success just using the tines

dethatch, then seed
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Anyone know if sacrificer is needed?
The witch doctors here will say yes, but it seems like a waste of the vestal virgins.

On a separate topic, the dethatcher will scarify the ground plenty well.
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...My 5000sf lawn is steep and medium-small and hasn't been dethatched in 5 years.it took me all day to do it. I mowed to 2" and bagged clippings beforehand...
Can you add what type grass you have? I don't know if this will be beneficial on my front lawn Bermuda, but might on back Zoysia. I keep my Bermuda mowed to about 1", and don't notice thatch build-up. Can someone explain when to use dethatcher vs scarifier? Also, I just aerated last week.
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For reference this is about a day's rental of a 20" gas unit from HD.
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Dang, I just bought this 4 days ago. Anyone had any luck with getting a partial refund in a situation like this?
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Dang, I just bought this 4 days ago. Anyone had any luck with getting a partial refund in a situation like this?
Depends on the rep. Try a couple times. Sometimes they will tell you to do a rebuy/return
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Can you add what type grass you have? I don't know if this will be beneficial on my front lawn Bermuda, but might on back Zoysia. I keep my Bermuda mowed to about 1", and don't notice thatch build-up. Can someone explain when to use dethatcher vs scarifier? Also, I just aerated last week.
A fair proportion is clover, dandelions, and crabgrass, but working on it...

The other 80% is cool-season grasses mix - rye / bluegrass / fescue, like that.
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isn't too late in the season (upstate NY) to use this?
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