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Fiskars Deluxe Stand-up Weeder (4-claw)
|Price:||$41.51 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- Ideal for permanently removing dandelions, thistles and other invasive weeds without multiple applications harsh, costly herbicide
- Long shaft eliminates sore knees from kneeling and back ache from bending and stooping
- Offset handle design offers improved ergonomics to reduce wrist strain and enhance grip
- Length: 39 inch
- Lifetime warranty
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|Item Dimensions||11 x 4 x 41 inches|
|Shipping Weight||2.03 pounds|
A Smarter Way to Weed
Fiskars' stand-up weeder makes it easy to remove invasive plants from your lawn without kneeling, bending over, or using harsh, costly herbicide. Serrated, stainless-steel claws penetrate tough soil to grab weeds by the root for clean removal, and an easy-eject mechanism on the handle clears the head between uses. An extra-long handle helps you reach every weed without sore knees from kneeling or back strain from bending.
- Ideal for removing dandelions, thistles, and other invasive weeds without sore knees from kneeling, back strain from bending, or harsh, costly herbicide
- Serrated, stainless-steel claws firmly grab weeds and roots for clean removal
- Foot platform makes it easy to step down and maximize force to penetrate tough soil
- Easy-eject mechanism on the handle clears tool without forcing you to bend over and remove it by hand
- Long handle makes weeding easy for anyone who has trouble kneeling or bending
Align claws over weed.
Insert claws into ground using foot pedal for leverage.
Pull handle back against foot pedal to remove claws and weed.
Slide ejector forward to eject weed from claws.
Note: Images shown above are of the Fiskars Triple-Claw Weeder and the Deluxe Weed Remover.
Fiskars Family of Stand-up Weeders
Top Customer Reviews
Well, I have been using it for the last couple of days and I am so pleased with it I've just ordered another one (so my spouse can get out there and pull those *$@#*(&@#_ weeds too!).
Okay, I can't say that I had FUN exactly, but I have to admit I was almost happy to find another dandelion or thistle just for the sheer joy of pulling it up without the slightest effort. It successfully yanked up large-rooted weeds in my lawn area, in a bare soil area and in a section covered in wood chips (although the wood chips proved harder to remove from the tines).
You have to position the tool carefully over the center of the weed (although if don't, it's no big deal, you just give it another shot). And yes, it doesn't pull up the entire tap root (you'd need three sticks of dynomite to do that) but it gets up enough of the root mass that it's doubtful the darned thing will grow again.
I highly recommend this tool and I feel that, despite its high initial cost, it can definitely save money on less effective tools or -- heaven forbid -- chemical herbicides!
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 hesitated to buy it, reading through the reviews here, because my primary weed-of-choice is a HORRENDOUS infestation of crab grass (or crabgrass, depending on your spelling preference) and the reviews were mixed--2/3 said it worked on crab grass, 1/3 said it didn't.
IT WORKS. And easily.
Last summer, I spent several afternoons in 112 degree Texas heat, on my hands and knees, cutting crab grass out of our St. Augustine yard. Blistered hands. Tired back. Sunburn. Bug bites. About 35 plants removed after about 5 hours of really, really hot, hard work.
We'd tried killing it with weedkiller that said "safe for St Augustine"--it wasn't. Huge swaths of the St Augustine died after spraying the crab grass, which just seemed to get bigger. So, after talking to a horticulturist, we tried heavy acid vinegar. No go: "what doesn't kill you, makes you stronger."
Finally, my husband, in a fit of frustration, said he was going to kill it all with Round-Up and we'd re-seed the yard if we had to. So in September, he sprayed. The crab grass looked like it died. The St Augustine DID die. And this Spring--behold the miracle--green crab grass. A yard FULL of healthy, green crab grass and yellowed, dead St. Augustine. And two new puppies, which meant that re-seeding the lawn was OUT for this year. The only answer was to hand-extract the crab grass and pray that some random strands of St Augustine had survived the nuclear option.
So, I found this upright weeder on Amazon, bought it, and was AMAZED that it truly worked and was EASY. No more back-breaking labor; no more blistered palms. And I'm quickly making a dent in the crab grass infestation.Read more ›
So prepping the backyard for the good stuff meant back breaking work. I tried out (via borrowing) several weeders during the height of my weeding (which is still continuing and, as weeding goes, always will.)
The other ones I tried, which seemed to be super popular, got little weeds well, but not-so-much if they weren't tiny. Or they required me to use a loud drill with the weeder as an attachment (got soooo annoying after 5 min.) and hold the weeder exactly in the right place and "thread" a curly-q bit through the weed or it wouldn't pull.
I began to think solarization or a drum of vinegar would be easier.
Then we got the Fiskars. **harps and angels sing out**
This didn't just clip the weeds to allow the roots to grow, or sling 'em around so the seeds sprouted elsewhere as you pulled, or just pull out the baby weeds. This helped even with the Big Daddy weeds. Plop down on the weed, step on the foot petal and the claws go down in the dirt for you to rip em out WITH the roots when you release it back up. Because the claws continue to hold the weed, you can then deposit them into a wheel barrel or whatever.
I actually read about this weed eater in a garden book as the preferred one and tracked it down.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Love this! Yard covered in dandelions is now clear and no back ache. My husband laughed about it until he tried. He's sold now too. Read morePublished 6 hours ago by Jennifer Kalbron
What a great product. What a great concept! I only gave it 3 stars because of quality. But man can this thing pick up weeds. Read morePublished 13 hours ago by The Q
Great tool, unfortunately it broke. Fortunately Fiskars replaced it, but I still believe there is a design flow. Read morePublished 23 hours ago by Amazon Customer
Great for dandelions, not sufficient for tough stuff. I was pulling volunteer Buckeye sprouts and the plastic fulcrum cracked in several pieces.Published 2 days ago by Richard Parker