Leonard Bow Rake w/ Forged 16.5", 16 Teeth Head, Composite Handle

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# CR16
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Weight: 4.90 lbs

The workhorse of rakes!

Tired of rake heads pulling out of the socket? Try this one; the head is WELDED into the socket, adding stiffness and durability, and eliminating breaks. In addition, the 14 gauge socket is riveted all the way through the handle, not just held in place with a nail or a screw. It just won't pull apart! Bow Rake teeth are curved to help you move more of what you are raking. Bow style rakes also have a little more flex than an ash head rake, for extra give when you hit that inevitable rock or root. Lifetime warranty.

Specs

  • Composite handle
  • Head width is 16"
  • Overall length is 70"
  • Handle length is 62"

Product Features

  • Orange composite handle
  • 14 gauge rake socket is welded to the rake head
  • The teeth are more curved than most 'T' head rakes
  • 16" wide head has 16 tines
  • Bow style rakes have a little more flex than a 'T' head rake

Product Benefits

  • Composite handle is stronger than wood, resists breaking and rotting
  • The weld holding the head to the socket can handle constant use
  • The curved teeth means you can move more of what you are raking
  • Steel head and teeth are forged; no tooth breakage
  • Because bow style rakes have a little more flex than a 'T' head rake, you have some "give" when you hit that inevitable rock or root

Warranty

Lifetime

Review Summary (Based on 9 Reviews)

4 Stars

Heavy Duty, but not quite what I expected. Gary McCray from CA wrote June 10, 2019

The pluses: The handle is a fiberglass core over molded with heavy poly plastic it has some injection holes in the plastic, but so what, it provides a good grip and it is nice and stiff with just a little flex. It should last decades outdoors, way better than a wooden handle. The head is black painted and appears to be well made.The pictures in the advertising actually make the head look like it is polished steel (very clever lighting but disappointing it is just black paint. The forged / welded head and retainer also seems like they will give very very long service. The rake is heavy - more than twice as heavy as the one it replaces but in my use mainly dirt and gravel the extra weight is actually a bonus.The rake will perform well for how I use it, I just think the ad photos are intentionally misrepresentative making it look better than it actually does.

5 Stars

Finally something good! Tom Merrill from MO wrote February 07, 2019

Rake came and I was really happy with feel and construction of the rake. Last summer I pulled the bow off of two other rakes and really wanted something I could use in the yard and in my wood lot and this seems to fit the bill.

2 Stars

A H.D.rake but... Andrew M. from FL wrote January 31, 2019

This rake is a stout and weighty work horse BUT there are what appears to be a series of injection hole's about every 12 '' the length of the handle which is why I gave it only 2 stars.for a fifty dollar rake this is unacceptable.

3 Stars

First impression Louis from CA wrote April 06, 2018

Disappointed product is not made in the U.S. do not like the feel of the composite handle!

2 Stars

Very disappointed Landscaper from CT wrote June 13, 2016

Handle is to flexible to do much with it.

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