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Long Weed Spinner Garden Tool
AWS301 Long Handle Weed Spinner Garden Tool

Long Weed Spinner Garden Tool

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Extra long, 2 tine, drill driven weeding tool eliminates bending, kneeling, and digging.

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AWS301
Weed Spinner, LLC
  • 30 inch drive shaft for easy stand up use
  • Removes weeds and entire roots with one spinning motion
  • Attaches to a cordless or electric drill
The Long Weed Spinner Garden Tool is an easy to use weeding tool designed to remove weeds and their roots in one whirling motion. This innovative weed removal tool attaches to a hand drill for fast results without kneeling, bending, or digging.

The Long Weed Spinner Garden Tool is designed to remove the entire root of tap root weeds, ideal for seedlings, thistles, and dandelions. This weeding tool attaches to a hand drill to easily spin out weeds, roots and all. The part that goes in the drill features 3 flat surfaces to stay firmly in the chuck. The pointed end easily pierces hard or clay soils, and the tines are securely welded to the main shaft. Place the pointed tip on the ground at a slight angle next to the weed’s main stalk or center, then pull the drill’s trigger for a few seconds and push down slightly. The durable weed removal tool will pull the roots out along with the weed, leaving a small (less than 2 inch) hole. Users who have difficulty kneeling or bending will find this extra long handle tool takes the work out of weeding in one spinning motion. The Long Weed Spinner Garden Tool was invented and patented by Vern Ader, a retired teacher and gardener.

Long Weed Spinner Garden Tool Specifications:

  • Model: 2 tines, best for removing dandelions and other weeds.
  • Item Weight: 12.8 ounces.
  • Attaches to: Cordless or electric drill (drill not included).
  • Measures: 33 inches long.
  • Color: Black.
STUNNINGLY UNIMPRESSIVE!
Totally unimpressed with this tool. Did a lot of spinning around weeds before actually uprooting them. Weeds become entangled around the shaft and you spend more time unwinding the weeds than pulling them.
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Reviewed by:  from Watertown. on 4/23/2019
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