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Seymour 12201000 Serrated Grass Whip with 1.5" x 11" Blade and 12" Hardwood Handle


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Seymour 12201000 Serrated Grass Whip with 1.5" x 11" Blade and 12" Hardwood Handle + True Temper 1942600 Serrated Grass Whip + Lansky Lawn & Garden Multi Purpose Sharpener
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  • Product Dimensions: 1.8 x 7.8 x 41 inches ; 1.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00002N8OG
  • Item model number: WE-30
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (78 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #38,848 in Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Home Improvement)

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Grass whip with serrated blade riveted to steel shaft.


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Great tool for the outdoor weeds and tall grass growing wildly around your yard.
James S.
They also should give us a sharpening file to go with it because it the blades are so dull they could not cut tofu.
Robin D. Gill
Just line up, swing, and let it fall back the other way like a pendulum- move forward or to the next weed, repeat.
Megan Waugh

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42 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Connie McAyeal on May 7, 2007
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I could not find a grass whip in any store in my area. So, I went to Amazon, and found a large choice. When I was a child there were no such things as electric grass trimmers. We used Grass whips. With the cost of electricity, gas and the concern for our earth the word should be spread about such items as grass whips and manual push mowers. They both work wonderfully. I am 65 years old, and have no problem with either. And they don't make any noise!

Connie McAyeal
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Peter Woolf on May 19, 2007
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Why doesn't everyone have one of these? I had never seen one before this, but it seemed such a logical idea. When I got it I took down all of the weeds in the yard in short order, and with such glee! I feel like a garden ninja--all that fun with no CO2 emmissions, nearly impossible to break, easy to store, and cheap.
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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By LG23 on July 5, 2007
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I take the grass whip with me on my hikes to keep the trails cleared off...it works GREAT! I love it!
It took me awhile to find it because I didn't know what it was called, but when I found it at amazon...I got 2.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Robert Denney on September 15, 2008
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Got mine today and I sharpened it as soon as I took it out of the box. I used a 3/16ths inch diamond encrusted wheel on a Dremel tool and honed all the edges nicely. When I was done cutting weeds, I rinsed it off and gave it a coat of Boeshield to keep the bare metal from rusting up.

I found the length to be fine and I am 6' 4" tall. It's a bit tricky trying to cut around buildings or near other obstructions or stones, etc. but I managed to get most of it and what remains can be pulled. I might put down a little gravel on such areas?

I cut through some areas where there were thick tall stands of weeds with some difficulty. I don't think it would have been possible at all, if I hadn't sharpened it. It comes dull with a thick coat of blue paint over all the edges.

This tool is the perfect companion for my manual reel mower, which I bought at a yard sale for $15. After disabling the clutch by inserting a longer metal rod, sharpening it and adjusting the bar that meets the blades, I absolutely love it.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By surgtec on July 21, 2010
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Excellent replacement for both a weed eater and a golf swing trainer, this tool needs a little practice to get it working its best, then you'll wonder why you didn't get one sooner. Just like your lawnmower's blade won't cut grass if you slowly brush it through, this "whip" needs head speed to cut as it should. When you get it moving fast enough with a good pendulum motion, it'll cut anything a gas trimmer will minus noise and hassle - it's actually pretty fun. My son is a scratch golfer and goes on about how it replaces expensive swing trainers and can get your golf swing in shape as it 'feels just like a 9-iron' and 'develops muscle memory'. Seems that the head came fully painted including the edges and cuts fine without sharpening, but as it gets more use the sharp edges slowly emerge. Would buy again.
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17 of 21 people found the following review helpful By S. D. Bayrd on April 19, 2010
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As a kid I used a grass whip on my parent's property. It was great! This whip is made in China. Is too short. Did not have blade sharpened; I had to sharpen it. It does the basic work but not like those of my youth. In California they don't sell this type of tool at home improvement stores; only a clunky, heavy facsimile. No good. Was happy that I found it on Amazon. But next time I'll buy the Bully Tools grass whip made in USA (Bully #92399) and have a better tool. I should have researched first.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By SoaringBob on June 1, 2011
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Works great! I've been searching for a lightweight, open face weed whip for a while, and Amazon came through again. I've tried the very heavy (tiring) models with double straps, which seem to be the only type Home Depot carries. These work but load up with cut grass so you constantly have to stop swinging to clean them out.

There are several complaints about how dull this weed whip is. In the first place, it has a heavy coat of paint covering the edges, but yes it is not very sharp. But here is a fact of life with weed whips; you'll be hitting rocks and dirt often, which will dull any weed whip. It is just a given that you'll have to sharpen often for best cutting action. A file works fine, or body or belt sander, or even a bench grinder works if you're careful not to take off too much metal.

Here is another tip. The blade is serrated, probably to make it stiffer, but there is about one inch at the strap end and the open end that is not serrated, or sharpened. Put an edge on both sides of both flat ends and put that extra four inches of blade to work!

Enjoy the free exercise!
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Megan Waugh on July 13, 2009
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Am I practicing my golf swing or doing yard work? I'm not a golfer, so I won't profess to know that I would be practicing anything good, but sometimes I feel like I am.

I came by the concept of a weed whip by my Dad, who had finally(I thought) given up trying to get me to use a gas powered mower. He remembered using a weed or grass whip as a kid, and low and behold, they are still made. It is inexpensive, lightweight, and with a little practice, works both quickly and easily. My reel mower cuts grass wonderfully, but those little seed stalks just bend over and laugh at it as I go over. What was taking me hours to do with scissors (living situations mandate certain things about my yard and if it isn't short enough they mow it for me- otherwise, I'm really not that crazy) takes maybe 15 minutes to do with my Seymour Grass Whip.

I would recommend this for anyone that wants an easy, pollution free, and low maintenance way to get rid of the weeds and seed stalks that your mower won't cut. Just line up, swing, and let it fall back the other way like a pendulum- move forward or to the next weed, repeat. With a little practice it is fairly simple to get them about even with your grass.
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