A bow rake that has a small head, making it good for light-duty tasks.
– Comes with a lifetime warranty
– The pole connects to the head in three places
– Has an aluminum handle that balances weight and durability
– Can’t rake a large area
– The handle may be too short for taller customers
A bow rake with a wide head for raking large amounts of sand or dirt.
– Is available in packs of one, two, three, or four
– Has foam gripping on the tip of its handle
– Has rounded tines to prevent them from digging into sand or dirt
– Takes up a lot of storage space
– Some customers had trouble with assembly
A lawn rake with an adjustable handle that has a rubber grip on the end.
– The rubber grip has a hole for easy hanging
– The pole snaps into the head for easy assembly
– The plastic piece in the center of the pole turns to adjust the pole’s length
– Leaves or other debris may get stuck in the tines
– Has plastic tines that are prone to bending
A leaf rake that fans out in a circular shape, allowing it to reach a larger area.
– Has a lightweight fiberglass handle
– Is available in sets up to five
– Customers can flip the rake and use it to scoop piles of leaves
– The pole is difficult to fit into the head
– The fiberglass handle could crack if left in the sun
A rake that doubles as a shrub rake and a leaf rake with its adjustable head width.
– Comes with gardening gloves to protect your hands while raking
– Weighs just over one pound
– The lock on the underside of the pole keeps the head at its desired width
– The tines have large gaps between them
– The tines are thin and less durable