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Mantis 7321 Power Tiller Aerator/Dethatcher Combo Attachment for Gardening
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- Aerator and Dethatcher Attachment Combo Pack for Mantis Tiller/Cultivators
- Aerator perfect for use in compact, clay soil
- 4 sets of tempered steel blades
- Aerator cuts into soil under the lawn; dethatcher quickly removes thatch
- 60 spring-steel picks dethatch a 15-inch swath with a single pass
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Lawn Aeration and Dethatching are two necessities to maintain a beautiful, healthy lawn. Now two of the most popular lawn care attachments to the Mantis Tiller/Cultivator are available in a money saving combo pack.
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When my electric power rake gave up the ghost I wanted something a little stronger and longer lasting.
The price was competitive with a new electric power rake so I gave this a try.
All I can say is, for me it worked like a charm.
My neighbor gave it a try and was sold too.
So much easier than the old electric power rake and much easier than raking by hand.
Later this spring I'll give the aerator a try.
Cons. The deflector panels (DP) need a redesign by me.
DP not very-easy to install. Appears that repetitive installations will wear / scratch / chip paint on both tiller & DP. DP do not arrive curved, you must bend them to install.
I call them panels because they arrived FLAT.
I like it, does a good job. Bought tiller & all accessories. Replacing my 15yo Murry Mini Tiller.
Note: Don't bother trying to run it w/o the DP installed, not even a little bit.
I didn't give it 3 stars b/c it's a great dethatcher plus. I didn't give it 5 b/c of the deflector design. Look for my 7940 review mid-summer or sooner.
I did the following to my lawn:
Watered 4 times a day for 2 weeks with Kentucky Blue Grass.
The dethatching was nice and easy. I was getting a little tired by the end. In spots where the grass was wet/soft and wasn't rooted really well, it did scoop up some larger pieces of grass. I also noticed that one of the tines bent a little, so I bent it back. This might have been from hitting the driveway. This was so much better than the pull behind dethatcher I had for my riding lawn mower. That pull behind dethatcher totally ripped huge chunk after huge chunk out of my lawn.
Aerating took a little more effort, and about 3 times as long as the dethatching because of the size. I think it did quite well and was pleased with the results. I also have a pull behind core aerator. That is also good, but this slit aerator I think makes more sense what overseeding because the cores go so deep that and seeds that fall into them have not germinated for me in the past.
It took about 7 days before I could see any of the overseeded grass start to come in. My lawn is the greenest in the neiborhood right now. A word of advice would be to mouse your grass short before overseeding, because you don't want to mow for at least 2 weeks.
I did want to add one annoying this. Even after adding the two shield plates provided, onto the tiller, there is a gap in the center part where debris still kick up at you. It makes me wounder if I am missing a piece to shield there.
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