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Leaf Rake Hands 4.2 5 18 18
For Light Fluffy Leaves at Best I was very excited to find these, thinking they'd make leaf pick-up so much easier. However, I quickly found out that you're better off just using a couple of regular rakes. After just about 30 minutes of use, they already had stress cracks near the top. If you only have fluffy leaves and don't own two rakes, then these may work. But if you're likely to also be picking up acorns, pinecones, bark, sweetgum balls, or anything else slightly more heavy, don't buy these. March 13, 2014
Well Recieved Christmas Gift The title pretty much sums up my review. We gave his & her "hands" to our son & daughter-in-law and they are already using them to finish getting up all their leaves January 5, 2014
Leaf Rake Hands These work better than any of the others that I've used. The pick up is more efficient and quicker. January 3, 2014
Can't rake without it. I have not yet used my rake hands but had to buy them after hearing my sister's review. She and her husband have bagged 40 bags of leaves so far in Tennessee with ease because of the rake hands. She also told me that putting your hands thru the holders and holding the back of the rake was more effective in getting a bigger load of leaves. I hope this is helpful to many people. I am waiting for my oak leaves to fall in Florida. November 13, 2013
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