I am a "toolnut " and like to try out new tools that attract my attention. Your poly scoop fork was one of those. I like it for the light weight,color,size and ease of handling, on my 1/2 acre yard. Keep up the good work.
It's light and sturdy like the Poly scoop shovel which is great. But as a landscaper needing to pitch mulch into wheel barrows fast its lacking. The tines are not pointed enough to stab into the mulch like a metal tine fork.
The fork is light,easy to handle, and picks up everthing I need it to.Including small piles of sticks and twigs.The size of the scoop fork is excellent.
This scoop makes mulching a breeze. It's light weight and the wide scoop lets me fill a wheelbarrow quickly. My first test run with it was on a pile of wood chips that was thawed in the center, but frozen on the outside edges. The tines felt a bit wobbly when I hit a frozen chunk--not as solid as my metal fork. But I used it hard and nothing broke or bent. It works just fine on thawed piles. I've only had it for a few months and I don't use it daily, more like weekly on average. If it proves to be durable over time, it will be the perfect scoop.
We bought two of these forks and are very satisfied with the quality of the product. Thus far we have only used it for scooping mulch but our guys have really appreciated the light weight design. It's a real necessity for any serious landscaper.