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Snow Joe RJ204M 21' Twist-n-Lock Telescoping Snow Shovel Roof Rake with 6" by 25" Poly Blade
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- Ideal for removing snow, wet leaves and debris from roofs without climbing
- Twist-n-Lock telescoping pole quickly adjusts to 21 ft for extended reach
- Ultra-lightweight construction (only 4.8 lbs!) for easy handling
- Oversized poly blade rake head measures 6 in. x 25 in. for maximum clearing
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Prevent damage due to the heavy snow loads piled onto your roof and save on costly repairs with Roofer Joe – a handy, easy to use and affordable roof rake that quickly lets you remove snow, wet leaves and other debris from your roof while standing safely on solid ground. Get Equipped for winter cleanup with Roofer Joe and defend your home when winter strikes.
Easy and Lightweight:
Roofer Joe Model RJ204M boasts an innovative Twist-n-Lock telescoping pole that quickly and easily adjusts from 6.2 feet to a whopping 21 feet for even greater overhead reach. At only 4.8 pounds, Roofer Joe is ultra-lightweight, durable and easy to handle. Its over-sized poly blade rake head measures 6 inches wide by 25 inches long for maximum clearing power.
Twist-n-Lock Telescoping Pole
RJ204M features an innovative Twist-n-Lock telescoping pole that quickly and easily adjusts from 6.2 feet to a whopping 21 feet for even greater overhead reach.
Over-sized poly blade rake head measures 6 inches wide by 25 inches long for maximum clearing power.
At only 4.8 pounds, Roofer Joe is ultra-lightweight, durable and easy to handle.
ROOFER JOE to the rescue. Prevent damage due to the heavy snow loads piled onto your roof and save on costly repairs with ROOFER JOE - a handy, easy-to-use and affordable roof rake that quickly lets you remove snow, wet leaves and other debris from your roof while standing safely on solid ground. Roofer Joe Model RJ204M boasts an innovative Twist-n-Lock telescoping pole that quickly and easily adjusts from 6.2 feet to a whopping 21 feet for even greater overhead reach. At only 4.8 lbs, Roofer Joe is ultra-lightweight, durable and easy to handle. Its oversized poly blade rake head measures 6-Inch wide by 25-Inch long for maximum clearing power. Get Equipped for winter cleanup with Roofer Joe and defend your home when winter strikes.
Top Customer Reviews
I just hate having to re-engineer something within literally 3 minutes of usage that I have paid almost $45.00 for. I realize that we live in a disposable society, but 3 minutes is just not acceptable in anyone's book. (Has anybody else noticed the severe decline in product quality?)
After 30 minutes and about $5.00 (8 fender washers, 2 1/4" bolts, 2 lock washers and 4 nuts) worth of hardware and it was back up and working better than when I unpacked it. I would have preferred to use stainless steel fasteners and lock nuts but I didn't have any available so I made do with what I had on hand. I could have returned this as defective but I really needed to clear my roof as the light snow was melting and creating ice dams on the leading edge of the roof.
Just a word to the wise. This manufacturer needs to rethink inserting a small brass insert in molded plastic to attach a stress point on an item that is intended to be used in the cold and snow.
I have attached 3 pictures of the rake after the failure and 3 of it after I retrofitted it to actually work.
A portion of my roof that faces north has a small overhang that causes a big ice dam issue. If I rake the roof as snow accumulates I can mitigate the problem. Snow rakes like this one are designed to be used on 3-4 inches of accumulation so a big storm may require repeated trips outside to re-rake the roof.
The last snow roof rake I purchased had snap in pole segments. And, although it did a great job pulling the snow down, the assembly usually needed to be accomplished while standing outside in a raging snow storm with frozen fingers popping in the pole segments. This part of using the rake was what I dreaded most, but this new telescoping pole version completely eliminates that issue.
The attachment system with this version is also more stable. The old version I had used wing nuts to attach the supports to the polycarbonate (plastic) rake and before each use they needed to be checked to ensure they had not loosened -- because they often had. This was an important step because if not secure the head had too much give which could cause the plastic to crack.
So, along with the pole improvement this new version uses small screws that are tightened with an included Allen wrench to attach the braces to the plastic rake. This is a system which appears less likely to loosen and will help maintain structural integrity. Assembly consists of attaching three screws to two braces and one nut -- and all necessary hardware is included.
I bought this rake as soon as I saw it because this is the brand I've been using and have been pleased with, but I also know from experience that it is best to purchase before the first big snow storm or it may be out of stock. If I encounter problems after using the rake I will update the review. .
The rake is made of aluminum and plastic, to make it lightweight. At 21', I can see why that would be a good choice, or it would be a bit unwieldy. However, the decision to put a good sized hole through the main stress point of the thinnest section of aluminum tubing was not a good choice. A better design would be to use a tube-steel collar that slips over the shaft that reinforces the drilled-through section.
My advice: Either modify your rake BEFORE you use it by slipping a piece of EMT conduit or other pipe over it and drilling it out, or buy something a little beefier.