Fiskars 4-Claw Weeder 39 Inch , Black/Orange (339950-1001)
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- Fiskars Deluxe Stand-up Weeder permanently removes dandelions, thistles and other invasive weeds without harsh, costly herbicides
- Long shaft eliminates sore knees from kneeling and back ache from bending and stooping
- Four serrated, stainless steel claws firmly grab weeds and roots for permanent removal
- Length: 39 inch
- Full lifetime
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From the manufacturer
Get a Weed-free Lawn the Easy Way
Grab weeds and their roots for permanent removal.
Outsmart the Invaders
The Fiskars stand-up weeder makes it easy to permanently remove dandelions, thistles and other invasive weeds without multiple applications of harsh chemicals.
Claws Dig Deep and Hold Strong
Just place the head over a weed, step down on the foot platform, and the four serrated, stainless-steel claws will grab the weed by the root for clean removal.
Quick and Easy Cleanup
The easy-eject mechanism on the handle clears the tool without forcing you to bend over and remove it by hand to make cleanup quicker and easier.
Fiskars promotes achievement and self-expression by focusing on easy to use, innovative tools to make gardening, cooking and crafting more enjoyable. The Fiskars brand is part of Fiskars Group, which was founded in Finland in 1649 and has become a leading functional and living products company with a strong brand portfolio including Fiskars, Iittala, Gerber, Wedgewood and Waterford.
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The Fiskars stand-up weeder makes it easy to permanently remove invasive plants without sore knees from kneeling, back ache from bending or harsh, costly chemical herbicides that need to be applied multiple times. Just place the head over a weed, step down on the reinforced foot platform, and the four serrated, stainless-steel claws will grab the weed by the root for clean removal. An offset hand reduces wrist strain, a viewing window in the pedal makes claw placement mistake-free, and an easy-eject mechanism clears the head between uses for quick and easy cleanup. Reinforced foot platform is 30% stronger so you can step down confidently to penetrate tough soil.
From the Manufacturer
Control dandelions, thistles, and other invasive weeds without bending, kneeling, or chemicals with Fiskars Uproot Weeder. The long, sturdy, lightweight aluminum shaft reduces bending, back strain, and kneeling and the four durable stainless steel claws are serrated to grab and remove the weeds - root and all. Easy and fun to use - simply position the tool over the weed, step down on the foot to drive the claws into the ground, pull back on the handle to grab the weed, then lift the tool and eject the pulled weed.
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We were so pumped we told all our friends and neighbors to gather round a weed at sunset in our street side planting strip to witness the genius of mankind in all its weed destroying glory. Aim, stab, lever "shicack!". The crowd went wild, women screamed, children jumped for joy and grown men were moved to tears. After speaking a curse on all weeds left in the planting strip we placed the weeder over our mantle vowing to raze all weeds at the crack of dawn.
The Mrs. and I dawned our gardening gear, sprayed some SPF 50 on exposed areas and grabbed the weeder. With a stoic nod and an affirming grunt the Mrs. began unleashing the dogs of garden war on the planting strip for 60 minutes. If you weren't a thriving clump of El Toro Zoysia you were ripped from your unholy seat and violently deposited into the Green Recycle Bin like a dead Christmas tree in July.
Then it happened. While ripping out a clump of sleeping grass that can only be described as barbed wire with leaves, a snapping noise came from the ejection slide and the handle went soft. The jaws went limp as the weeder gasped its last breath. The sleeping grass, half ripped out of the ground sat there with a sinister smile.
As we made our way back to the house friends, neighbors and loved ones lined the driveway to pay their respects to the excalibur of weeding tools. After a short eulogy, the weeder was placed back on the mantle a shadow of its former self.
Fiskars Deluxe Stand-up Weeder (4-claw)
You'll never be forgotten.
Godspeed to Valhalla where you battle weeds everyday along side your weeder brothers and sisters!
I had an issue in the past also, and I guess part of it was my fault. You have to remember, that you are jamming these claws into the earth, which if it's not moist or wet enough, is going to push back on the claws and eventually either bend or break them. My advice would be, to either WAIT for it to rain, or wet your yard REALLY REALLY GOOD, then go out there and weed. When there's water on the ground from the day before, the claw will go into the earth like butter. THEN, it's a pleasure to weed out the yard and look at it! Also, I had tried this other tool in the past on my backyard where the earth is more packed in, and that's where I had an issue. Hence why I'm saying what I'm saying. Just some friendly advice.
I sent mine back, but I miss it badly. If they replaced that part with a durable metal part, I'd buy another in a heartbeat.
In those 30 minutes I filled a wheelbarrow with recalcitrant weeds. And then it snapped.
The plastic at the bottom, where it sheaths over the metal, cracked. I wish it were sturdier, but I'm shipping the broken parts back to amazon.
I since then purchased the following 2 tools which I really liked and are saving us quite a bit of effort:
- Yard Butler RKT-1000 Rocket Weeder Steel Weed Remover (all steel, completely sturdy, our first choice for the larger weeds)
- Grampa's Weeder by Oswego Enterprises (slightly smaller jaws than Yard Butler which means it can get smaller plants that Yard butler can not; has wood handle so maybe not quite as sturdy as yard Butler, but no problems so far, however, only used it on the smaller weeds that Yard Butler could not get). no eject button, but that's not a big deal as most weeds fall out, and some get stuck which require manual intervention anyway.
I will be reviewing these other 2 products on their respective pages as well.
I live in the rural Southwest, where tumbleweeds and all sort of weeds prevail.