TITAN TTB428GDO 32cm 1300W Lawn Scarifier for £47.99 at Screwfix (Free C+C) - HotUKDeals
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TITAN TTB428GDO 32cm 1300W Lawn Scarifier for £47.99 at Screwfix (Free C+C)

£47.99 @ Screwfix
Cheaper to buy than to hire. Has 2 year warranty and if over £50 spend you get free delivery too and bonus £5 off with HT16 voucher code. 2-in-1 lawn scarifier and raker. Ideal for aerating the soil … Read More
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banned11m, 5d agoFound 11 months, 5 days ago
Cheaper to buy than to hire. Has 2 year warranty and if over £50 spend you get free delivery too and bonus £5 off with HT16 voucher code.

2-in-1 lawn scarifier and raker. Ideal for aerating the soil and removing dead matted grass and moss, allowing your lawn to flourish. With central height adjustment, blade and tine drums.

1300W
5 Blade Heights (-10-10mm)
30Ltr Grass Collector
Polypropylene Deck
32cm Working Width
2 Year Manufacturer's Guarantee

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What could you buy for at least £2.01 for £50 spend?
Hmmm... maybe a Screwfix T-shirt for £2.99 as essentially it's free :)
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2 Likes #1
Excellent. I pay this much for GreenThumb to scarify my lawns once a year and this also has a rake function which will save me from doing it by hand twice a year.
1 Like #2
I added this and then used the HT16 code to get it delivered for £51. http://www.screwfix.com/p/pop-up-garden-bag-690-x-560mm/10171#_=p

Edited By: Master G on Aug 22, 2016 12:28
#3
Add some gp ultra batteries, they are great.
Don't forget quidco.
#4
just added these http://www.screwfix.com/p/gp-batteries-aa-batteries-12-pack/5286h and used your code to bring it down to £45.78 collected.

cheers
#5
tks for this OP. just ordered one (incl the batteries)
#6
Aldi currently has one on its special buys. 2in1 Lawn Rake and scarifier 1500w 3year warranty, Free delivery


Edited By: RealBargainHunter on Aug 22, 2016 18:50
#7
Interesting
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1 Like #9
a scarifier? all fun and games until megamind wants his newest doomsday device back :D
1 Like #10
Master G
I added this and then used the HT16 code to get it delivered for £51.
That is some expensive P&P - think I'll avoid using that code!


{Gets coat and leaves}
#11
Seems like a good price, but does this actually aerate, as per the OP's original post?
#12
Bought one to collect from my local store as they had one in stock so no P&P to pay. Only downside was I couldn't get the £5 off code to work.

Edited By: johntin on Aug 23, 2016 08:37
#13
Lawn rakers are great but very frustrating. You have to empty the collection box about every 10 foot of lawn.
#14
Hello everyone. How do those who may have used both rate this compared to the 600W Black & Decker GD300 from Amazon? I'm more interested in real world performance than difference in watts. Thanks.

Edited By: tygar2 on Aug 23, 2016 09:12: error
4 Likes #15
I have one of these and it's pretty good. Bit of a pain to change the blades over, it's a spanner job no quick release.

It works well, which is to say scarifying is a miserable task where you walk 2 feet empty the bag, walk two feet again empty the bag and repeat for 4hr. Then you look at your work put your head in your hands and ask what you've done to your lawn since it'll look like someone has been doing a tractor pull on it.

Comes good in the end ;)
#16
tygar2
Hello everyone. How do those who may have used both rate this compared to the 600W Black & Decker GD300 from Amazon? I'm more interested in real world performance than difference in watts. Thanks.


Click through to the offer. There are nearly 200 reviews from purchasers.
1 Like #17
simes
Lawn rakers are great but very frustrating. You have to empty the collection box about every 10 foot of lawn.

I find it's easier to not bother with the collection box. Just bag top layer by hand and vacuum up the rest using the lawnmower.
1 Like #18
tygar2
Hello everyone. How do those who may have used both rate this compared to the 600W Black & Decker GD300 from Amazon? I'm more interested in real world performance than difference in watts. Thanks.
The one on Amazon is only a lawn raker with tines, not an aerator with blades

Edited By: spasguidedogs on Aug 23, 2016 10:02
#19
spasguidedogs
tygar2
Hello everyone. How do those who may have used both rate this compared to the 600W Black & Decker GD300 from Amazon? I'm more interested in real world performance than difference in watts. Thanks.
The one on Amazon is only a lawn scarifier with tines, not an aerator with blades

Thanks
1 Like #20
Gruffer
Seems like a good price, but does this actually aerate, as per the OP's original post?
I too am wondering the same...
#21
tygar2
Gruffer
Seems like a good price, but does this actually aerate, as per the OP's original post?
I too am wondering the same...
The description on Screwfix states it aerates. Blades for aerating and tines for raking. I have just purchased, many thanks to OP.
#22
Thanks Op I was about to pay GreenThumb to scarify my dead lawn.Hope this has the aeration feature as it states.
1 Like #23
spasguidedogs
tygar2
Gruffer
Seems like a good price, but does this actually aerate, as per the OP's original post?
I too am wondering the same...
The description on Screwfix states it aerates. Blades for aerating and tines for raking. I have just purchased, many thanks to OP.


Thanks. Just noticed Screwfix have the manual on their site as a PDF. It seems by 'raking' they do mean aerating. However the tines look like 2" needles that **** the lawn rather than the more substantial hollow tines that extract plugs of soil found on more expensive products. Still seems like a good deal for the price, however.
1 Like #24
Haha, that **** was “pri ck“
#25
Gruffer
spasguidedogs
tygar2
Gruffer
Seems like a good price, but does this actually aerate, as per the OP's original post?
I too am wondering the same...
The description on Screwfix states it aerates. Blades for aerating and tines for raking. I have just purchased, many thanks to OP.
Thanks. Just noticed Screwfix have the manual on their site as a PDF. It seems by 'raking' they do mean aerating. However the tines look like 2" needles that **** the lawn rather than the more substantial hollow tines that extract plugs of soil found on more expensive products. Still seems like a good deal for the price, however.
Thanks for the info, I just assumed that the blades were for aerating. Still a good price for a lawn rake with tines and blades.
1 Like #26
Gruffer
spasguidedogs
tygar2
Gruffer
Seems like a good price, but does this actually aerate, as per the OP's original post?
I too am wondering the same...
The description on Screwfix states it aerates. Blades for aerating and tines for raking. I have just purchased, many thanks to OP.
Thanks. Just noticed Screwfix have the manual on their site as a PDF. It seems by 'raking' they do mean aerating. However the tines look like 2" needles that **** the lawn rather than the more substantial hollow tines that extract plugs of soil found on more expensive products. Still seems like a good deal for the price, however.

Thanks for that. Looked up manual after you said and I think some manufacturers are making stuff up. It's so confusing. As far as I'm concerned raking is not aerating...it is raking!

Copied the below from manual...

2). When used as a scarifier, this product works by
scratching through and between the grass with specially
adapted prongs that collect and remove any unwanted parts
from the lawn whilst leaving the grass blades intact. At the
same time the product scarifies the ground resulting in a
better airing.
3). When used as a raker, the fine needles will scratch the
surface of the lawn while simultaneously picking light debris
for better oxygen absorption, airing and draining.

This seems to be the opposite of other 2 in 1 manufacturers who seem to say the tines do the raking and the blades do the scratching. The Black &Decker one I am returning to Amazon tomorrow only has tines and its full name is Black + Decker GD300 30cm Lawnraker...tines do the raking.

All the same, still a good price. Heated and ordered, thanks OP. Still a bit confused though....oO

Edited By: tygar2 on Aug 23, 2016 22:55
#27
Thanks OP ordered one & will pick it up Saturday Afternoon

Instruction Manual :
http://www.free-instruction-manuals.com/pdf/pa_434765.pdf

Found this Info : What a Lawn Scarifier is and How to Use It

https://www.lovethegarden.com/advice/lawn-care/tools/what-lawn-scarifier-and-how-use-it



Edited By: dparr59 on Aug 28, 2016 02:17: m
#28
Looks good
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