Sweep-in Leaf Collector
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Use the Hoselink Sweep-in Leaf Collector to gather up leaves and easily dump them into the garden waste bin.
The Sweep-in Leaf Collector is made from durable high-density polyethylene and has handles to make lifting and carrying easy. Once you’ve raked in your garden matter, use the handles to close up the sides and keep everything neatly contained as you move around the yard.
Once assembled, the product stores flat, taking up minimal storage space.
Size: 116cm x 58cm when flat
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Excellent product - light, simple, sturdy, good capacity, ideal for picking up large quantities of autumn leaves which one just rakes into its large mouth and then closes its jaws allowing easy transport or binning of contents. Nothing complicated to break down, no noisy engine...
Easy to put together and easy to collapse and store. I use this to collect weeds as I garden. So much better than having a bag as it stays open and with the large mouth it catches everything I throw at it. Holds a very large volume and carrying is a breeze. Holds its shape well with the two collapsible tent poles giving it structure. One of my favourite "tools". Highly recommend.
Well made and strong. The leaf collector is a sensible item for collecting and transporting after raking.
This item is well priced and a good idea for the gum leaves that fall all year round. It is well made except that the closing mechanism (two pieces of velcro) are faulty at least on my model. One piece is visible but the other appears to be lost in the stitching. As a result the closing mechanism for transporting isn't operable. I'll have to look and see if I have a piece of velcro that can be put on this product to see if I can make it operable.
Have recently received this product from Hose Link and haven't used it as yet, but I can see that it's very well made and it's going to be a godsend picking up the millions of leaves we get between November to February each year. Will be easy to collect and dump them in the green waste. Well done Hose Link!