Greenworks 14-Inch 10 Amp Corded Dethatcher 27022

March 4, 2018 - Comment

The GreenWorks products that you purchase have a ZERO carbon footprint. We’ll say that again – our entire product line will never release an ounce of carbon emission into the air. 4 Year Warranty – Double The Industry Standard. When looking for lawn tools, we know you’re thinking about quality. You’re looking for something that

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The GreenWorks products that you purchase have a ZERO carbon footprint. We’ll say that again – our entire product line will never release an ounce of carbon emission into the air. 4 Year Warranty – Double The Industry Standard. When looking for lawn tools, we know you’re thinking about quality. You’re looking for something that will get the job done and get you back to your weekend. That’s why GreenWorks backs every tool with a full four-year warranty – we know our products will perform at the highest level and always be reliable. GreenWorks high quality products are manufactured to last. That’s why we back every product with a warranty that’s twice the industry standard. We’ll provide all the power you need without polluting the air or forcing you to keep hauling your gas can to the nearest station (especially in the middle of a mow). No more tune-ups or maintenance. No more emissions. Fifty-four million Americans mow their lawns every weekend, according to the EPA, using 800 million gallons of gas each year. Along the way, homeowners spill more than 17 million gallons of gas while refueling. That’s equivalent to the 1989 Exxon Valdez disaster. It’s time to move beyond clumsy, harmful gas-powered mowers. It’s time for GreenWorks to be your lawn tools for life.

Product Features

  • Robust 10 Amp motor, ergonomic, padded grip and adjustable handle for user comfort
  • 14 inches dethatching path gets your work done faster
  • 3-position tine depth adjustment provides greater control by removing matted layers to promote continued lawn health
  • Stainless steel tines stay sharp longer for reliable performance, also includes full set of replacement tines for a total of 18 tines
  • A wire gauge size (A.W.G.)of at least 14 is recommended for an extension cord 50 feet or less in length, an undersized cord will cause a drop in line voltage resulting in loss of power and overheating

Comments

JS in Seattle says:

Green Works De-thatcher Can Improve Lawn – For A Fraction of the Cost of a Professional Landscaper! After receiving a professional landscaping estimate to repair my lawn for $8,000, I decided to become my own landscaper. I purchased the Green Works 27022 Corded De-thatcher after reading Amazon reviews. (One reviewer mentioned using the recommended heavy duty extension cord, so I purchased that too). I used the Green Works De-thatcher on the entire yard – a total of 4 times (yard is about 100’x110′). I filled 2-96 gallon yard waste containers and 12 Kraft bags (about 32 gallons each) with the debris. Then, my husband and I filled all the old mole holes and tunnel dips with 4 cubic yards of top soil. Next, we spread grass seed on the bare spots, and spread 5 cubic yards of compost over the entire yard. Finally the lawn was well watered. Photos show the results. It isn’t the $8,000 professional lawn, but it has been significantly improved for $500 and a lot of hard work.

silvercherry says:

Love this! This is my new favorite yard toy! I bought it primarily for all the moss in my lawn and it works fantastically well! I’ve already worked over 12,000sf. It’s light and really easy to use.

MrFixIt says:

It really works well – I was surprised Edit/Update: Wow it has been 5 years already that I have owned this. I use it twice a year – once in late summer/early fall, and next in spring. I use it with every other row of tines removed (as shown in my photos). I only go over my Floratam lawn in one direction per dethatching. I found that if you pull the machine backwards while the tines are spinning and in contact with the ground, you will eventually break the tines. It is so much easier to pull in back as you would a mower as you make turns, etc., but the tines don’t like that. I made an effort to avoid that altoghether, and have not experienced one broken tines since.The amount of back breaking raking this has saved me from is unbelievable. It is still fun to operate – it just pulls itself along while plucking up lots of dead crap.I haven’t been able to keep up on all questions asked, and see others have stepped in to answer. One question was how long did it take my lawn to recover. In the…

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