Ground Hog Rake

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  • The nearly blind Missouri inventor, tinkerer, and jokester, Don Moore had a sudden realization one day that a rake with a curved head would grab and gather material better and easier than a rake with a straight head. Not only that, but the curvature allowed it to rake around corners and work in existing landscape without damaging delicate plantings. It's not until you actually start working with one of these patented rakes that you can appreciate how different they feel from standard rakes. They have a light touch with existing landscape, but do heavy work in the landscape. We find them especially useful for late autumn and spring cleanup when leaves are wet and matted and broken twigs are everywhere; all of the kinds of things that just don't respond well to normal rakes. We added a telescoping shaft, making the rake more portable and adjustable to personal preferences. 
  • Blade Length = 11.5", Blade Width = 13.5", Total Length = 40 - 61", Weight: 3 8 oz.,  Material: powder-coated carbon steel shaft, powder-coated carbon steel blade.
  • US Patent D510,003.


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