Wilkinson Sword Stainless Steel Leaf Rake 601320W Reviews
Product Type: Wilkinson garden tools
Description:Brand: Wilkinson / Stainless steel leaf rake ideal for collecting leaves and debris from the garden. The extra thick rubber-coated shaft and softgrip handle provides added grip and comfort during use.
Newest Review: ... ago in my local Wilkinson for £15.99 which I think is quite a good price considering it does make the job of raking a tonne ... more
Customer Wilkinson Sword Stainless Steel Leaf Rake 601320W Reviews (9)
by - written on 13/09/09 (Very useful, 218 readings)
When I moved into my new property almost two years ago I adored the large sprawling garden. I am very lucky to have moved here and it really is the garden of my dreams with ample room for me to grow lots of vegetables, have a fairly large flower garden and there's even a small woodland at the bottom edge of my garden which I am very proud of. I moved in at the beginning of summer and had an idyllic few months just pottering around the garden, enjoying the shade of the trees and planning all the alterations I was going to undertake. It was blissful. Well, until we had an end of summer storm that is. When I awoke the next morning I looked out at my beautiful ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/06/09, updated on 12/06/09 (Very useful, 175 readings)
When I first saw the house I now live in, one of the selling points was the garden. I was seduced by the forest outlook and, at first sight, the lawn and shrubs looked relatively low maintenance. How naive I was. As Autumn came I discovered that three mature oak trees shed, literally tonnes of leaves and I found out the hard way that actually to rake leaves you do need a proper leaf rake, a garden rake or hoping the problem will go away just won't do. This wasn't actually my first leaf rake, I bought a cheaper rubbish one first that really didn't do the job and broke. As the leaves fell thick and fast a trip to Robert Dyas ensued where I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 13/08/11 (Very useful, 36 readings)
Our house is surrounded both front and back with medium sized trees which shed their leaves every year and make both the front and back gardens look like war zones and while raking them up sometimes feels like a pointless task as still more get blown in our direction it is something that has to be done as the leaves can smother plants and turn to a mulch when the rain comes. I trust the Wilkinson Sword range of gardening tools as they are reasonably priced, this rake cost me £15.99, and they are well made and get the job done. It has a long handle which gives it a good range however it does mean that for little old me I'm sometimes having to slide my hands ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/08/11, updated on 29/04/12 (Very useful, 78 readings)
Last autumn when the leaves finally fell off the trees and clogged up my lawn yet again, I decided that my cheap plastic tooth leaf rake that I normally used to clean them up needed replacing, since most of the prongs had long since broken off. At the time, there seemed to be a variety of different leaf rake styles and designs on the market, but I wanted one that was going to be tough and durable, and would at least last me for a couple of years. I came across this Wilkinson Sword model in our local DIY shop in town and was quite impressed by the overall design. So parting with the princely sum of £27, I soon became the owner of a new Wilkinson Sword Leaf ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/07/11 (Very useful, 45 readings)
I have mentioned in my last couple of reviews that we have been doing quite a bit with our garden. This has involved tidying it up as when we moved into the property it was just a case of a lawn area and a patio. The tidy up began after Christmas really, and this was mainly clearing debris such as fallen leaves and twigs. My mum suggested that investing in a rake would be the way forward, seeing that every year we would need to complete the process seeing as we have trees and bushes all down the one side. After looking around we invested in a Wilkinson Sword Stainless Steel leaf rake. I mentioned in my Wilkinson sword trowel review that I had heard of ... Read the complete review
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