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Durable and lightweight, the Haxnicks Leaf Picker has a patented, ergonomic design with an instant release mechanism, perfect for clearing leaves from lawns, gravel driveways.
The Leaf picker is also great for tidying leaves from between border plants with minimal damage to plants.
Product size- Total Length:1.3m. Head:18cm x 18cm
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Where has this been all my life?
Unfortunately I didn't find this until most of the hard work was done - and when I say hard work I mean me having to manually pull the leaves off the end of the rake after each rake full. Using this I just slide the handle and the leaves are in the bin. Its genius and makes collecting leaf a million times simpler. You have to be a bit careful not to overfill it by spiking too many leaves at once or its tougher to slide but once you get the balance right you fly through it It also allows you to collect from between plants without harming them so great for under the trees where all my spring bulbs are emerging (Ok so my leaves should have been raked up before my snowdrops arrived but other things got in the way!) I would definitely recommend it.
Will not replace the rake using is hard on the arms. I do not think it was worth the money.
I am sorry to hear you find it hard to use. It does take a little time to get used to but is much kinder on your back than other rakes.
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