Aldi - 1500w Rake & scarifier only £19.99 Instore - down from £69.99. Listed as £34.99 on website - HotUKDeals
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Aldi - 1500w Rake & scarifier only £19.99 Instore - down from £69.99. Listed as £34.99 on website

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Reduced to £19.99 from original £69.99 (in store). Showing half price at £34.99 on Aldi website. Product Description Warranty Delivery & Returns Keep your lawn in tip-top condit… Read More
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7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago
Reduced to £19.99 from original £69.99 (in store). Showing half price at £34.99 on Aldi website.

Product Description



Warranty



Delivery & Returns

Keep your lawn in tip-top condition with this powerful dual-purpose lawn rake and scarifier.

Contents

Scarifier

45L Collection Bag

Wall Mount

Features

36cm working width

Rake with 26 stainless steel spring tines

Scarifier with 20 stainless steel blades

Wall mount storage, brackets included

This item requires a 2-person lift

Brand: Gardenline

Cable Length: 10m

Colour: Green/Black

Cutting Height Adjustment: 4 Adjustable Levels

Guarantee/Warranty: 3 Years

Material: Steel, Polypropylene, Polyester, Polyethylene

Power: 1500W+

Product Type: Garden Maintenance

Voltage: 230 - 240V
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#1
Want one
Any in the north west?
#2
Good find
1 Like #3
sully01
Want one
Any in the north west?


Bought in Greenock store. Six were left after mine.
#4
a must buy your lawn will thank you for it
#5
leaves lawn looking ugly but much better in the long run and don't forget to aerate too !
1 Like #6
sully01
Want one
Any in the north west?


Had seen a few in Prenton on the Wirral.
#7
Oh no!
I've just bought the black and decker one for £50 2 weeks ago.
I was crowing about how good it is now I feel cheated lol
#8
erm what does it do?
#9
Thanks for the heads up got one from Greenock this morning, only 2 left now
#10
Hi ! I went to Preston Aldi store, it's £34.99 & i ask member of staff, they said it's not all store, might b some store
#11
knaing
Hi ! I went to Preston Aldi store, it's £34.99 & i ask member of staff, they said it's not all store, might b some store
Same in North East, went and checked but scanning at normal price.
#12
Could do with a scarifier. Holds a lot of water in the winter.
#13
Bought one on Sunday for £34.99, thought it was a good deal now I'm reading this post. Not worth £15 burning petrol for a wild goose chase. The Aldi manager get's a budget for reductions hence why the prices vary from store to store.
I'm lucky to get one even at £34.99 (there are few left at this price, Paisley Road West, Cardonald).
Well done those of you got one at £19.99.
Hot.
11 Likes #14
Hot deal. Wanted one about a month ago but the screwfix Titan one was on offer so got that instead.
I'm now a believer! Was on holiday for 2 weeks and came back to a very patchy lawn. Scarifying works - see pics below which were taken over the last month and judge for yourself.

BEFORE - 13 September - Wierd patchy looking lawn....didn't seem too bad...or so I thought...

http://img4.imagetitan.com/img4/small/14/14_img-20160913-wa0009.jpg

DURING - 14 September - Incredible amount of thatch! I didn't know there was so much dead grass in my lawn. Filled about 12 big bags and ripped the left side bare oO. Had me worried for a bit...

http://img4.imagetitan.com/img4/small/14/14_20160914_180439.jpg

DURING - 22 September - After scarifying, I added ALDI Autumn Fertilizer a day later. The soil was a bit stoney and also uneven where I had pulled weeds out so I top dressed (as in picture below) with a mixture of sharp sand and topsoil. I then overseeded with Evergreen Fast grass (Excellent deal at Homebase - 6kg for £19.97). The seed had germinated after about 6 days. Only watered with no cutting for about 2 weeks.
I then trimmed the grass and spread more seed where there were gaps as the birds suddenly loved my garden (_;) and topdressed again with a mixture of topsoil and compost then sprayed ferrous sulphate to get rid of residual moss and give the grass a boost.

http://img4.imagetitan.com/img4/small/14/14_20160922_165324.jpg

AFTER - 10 October - result!
Picture taken an hour ago. Gave the grass a trim yesterday. Looks much better I think. It's thinner along the left side but that is mostly new lawn and where the birds raided. Hope all this helps someone off the fence to crack on before winter sets in as I was unsure myself even whilst I was doing it!

Oh, HOT deal by the way <3

http://img4.imagetitan.com/img4/small/14/14_20161010_094238.jpg
#15
Slightly dissapointed.

In my local store trying to buy one for a relative. They have 7 with reduced to £34.99 stickers on them. Asked staff to do a price check with product code at till and it back still at £34.99.

Edited By: tygar2 on Oct 10, 2016 13:18: coz I can't spell
1 Like #16
tygar2
Slightly dissapointed.
In my local store trying to buy one for a relative. They have 7 with reduced to £34.99 stickers on them. Asked staff to do a price check and he came back saying they are still £34.99.

Its still a decent deal, replacement tines (I think that's what they're called), for my cheapo rake are £18.
#17
There still £34.99 in seven kings
#18
frakison
tygar2
Slightly dissapointed.
In my local store trying to buy one for a relative. They have 7 with reduced to £34.99 stickers on them. Asked staff to do a price check and he came back saying they are still £34.99.

Its still a decent deal, replacement tines (I think that's what they're called), for my cheapo rake are £18.


That's actually quite true - £34.99 is still a good deal. This site turns one into a ruthless deal hunter! I walked away now might have to go back later because you had to come with your logic :D

Compared to my one, It's now cheaper, is more powerful at 1500w and comes with a 3 year warranty vs my 2 year one.

I personally used and prefer the blades rather than tines as the really dig in. The blades seem super strong and I don't see myself ever needing to replace them. If that did happen with the Aldi one you would be covered for 3 years still have the tines as a backup after that.
#19
gtyreman
sully01
Want one
Any in the north west?


Bought in Greenock store. Six were left after mine.


Did you happen to notice any deals on lawnmowers in there? Thanks
#20
scottswaha
Bought one on Sunday for £34.99, thought it was a good deal now I'm reading this post. Not worth £15 burning petrol for a wild goose chase. The Aldi manager get's a budget for reductions hence why the prices vary from store to store.
I'm lucky to get one even at £34.99 (there are few left at this price, Paisley Road West, Cardonald).
Well done those of you got one at £19.99.
Hot.


Happen to notice any lawnmower deals in there? Cheers
#21
steven_whyte
scottswaha
Bought one on Sunday for £34.99, thought it was a good deal now I'm reading this post. Not worth £15 burning petrol for a wild goose chase. The Aldi manager get's a budget for reductions hence why the prices vary from store to store.
I'm lucky to get one even at £34.99 (there are few left at this price, Paisley Road West, Cardonald).
Well done those of you got one at £19.99.
Hot.
Happen to notice any lawnmower deals in there? Cheers

I went to Greenock this morning and got a £19.99 scarifier, as the previous poster said there were 2 left, I now have two, I'll will take one back for a £34.99 refund.
I haven't seen a mower in any of the Aldis in or around paisley for some time. Not to say there aren't some about somewhere, sorry.
banned#22
#23

After lugging about two of these, I can say that they are definitely not lightweight equipment. I also secured a pole hedge clipper for £14.99 in Greenock (two left this morning).
#24
sabp
sully01
Want one
Any in the north west?
Had seen a few in Prenton on the Wirral.
Thanks
Got one in Boughton today but had to pay £35
Still a good buy.
Also saw them in Neston store.
Cheers
#25
£49.99 in my local Aldi Warrington
#26
Hot! Bought one for £34.99 on saturday after seeing a previous post for this scarifier last week. Went in again today after reading some people were now getting it for £19.99. However the price was still scanning at £34.99. After speaking to a manager and explaining some stores were selling for £19.99, he kindly let me have it for £19.99. Infact he initially said the best I can do is £24.99, which I happily accepted. A few seconds later he said he would let me have it for £19.99 and carry it to my car. Great service, great manager, great result! :D

If you are having no luck with price matching when talking to store assistants, its worth speaking to a manager. They dont have to price match another store, but they have the discretion to do so, so worth a shot.
1 Like #27
Although this is a bargain, I just pay green thumb £12 a month to do this for me and treat through the year. I find it easier and I haven't got to store the machine/equipment either.
#28
I agree about Green Thumb. Until recently I was a customer for about 18 months on a pay as you go basis.

They would come out and spread their fertilizer weed and feed mix maybe once every 2-3 months at approx £20/visit with longer gaps during winter. Great company.

I just got a bit too interested in looking after the lawn I guess. it's probably because I'm out there cutting it anyway and it the only area in the home where I'm left to my own devices (_;) . Headphones on and it's my time...just found ways of staying out there longer.... :D

For me as a PAYG customer the cost of scarifying was more than the £40 I paid for my machine so I decided to give it a go myself. I stopped using Green Thumb at the beginning of this year.

What I now know about lawns and is worth the effort for me. I learnt a lot from youtube and the Lawnsmith website.

If I ever get bored or mess it up badly I will call them back in a flash. :D

Edited By: tygar2 on Oct 11, 2016 09:13: spelling
#29
I have a terraced house with a small front and back grass. My grass grows reasonably well with the odd yellow patch each year. Is it worth me buying one of these? I'd like my grass to look better but I don't want to be spending a lot of time doing it. Would this machine improve my grass health?
#30
Ozzi
I have a terraced house with a small front and back grass. My grass grows reasonably well with the odd yellow patch each year. Is it worth me buying one of these? I'd like my grass to look better but I don't want to be spending a lot of time doing it. Would this machine improve my grass health?

My lawn benefited from raking through it manually, getting big lumps of dead grass out of the thatch. It is hard work, but do a bit every so often. I also stuck a garden fork into the ground all over to help with drainage.
The machine will save you labour as always and be a lot more thorough I would have thought.
1 Like #31
Appreciate the advice Scott, you've just spent my money :-)
#32
steven_whyte
scottswaha
Bought one on Sunday for £34.99, thought it was a good deal now I'm reading this post. Not worth £15 burning petrol for a wild goose chase. The Aldi manager get's a budget for reductions hence why the prices vary from store to store.
I'm lucky to get one even at £34.99 (there are few left at this price, Paisley Road West, Cardonald).
Well done those of you got one at £19.99.
Hot.


Happen to notice any lawnmower deals in there? Cheers


There were a few other gardening items but not sure if any lawnmowers. Sorry.
#33
Managed to pick one up at the Stockport branch - was £35 mentioned the deals on here and got it for £24 so all good.

Edited By: fatfigo on Oct 12, 2016 21:34: Typo
#34
Still £69.99 at my local Aldi.
#35
I want one.
#36
The store in Salford still has about 4 left. Marked up at £69.99 but scanning at £34.99 :D
#37
Salford branch still has 4 left marked up at £69.99 but scanning at £34.99 :D

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