- Product Dimensions: 18 x 5.1 x 86.4 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 1.1 Kg
- ASIN: B0197TS3IK
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 27 November 2018
- Customer Reviews: 883 customer ratings
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- #1 in Manual Weeders
Stand-Up Weeder and Root Removal Tool - Ergonomic Weed Puller with A 33” Tall Handle and Foot Pedal - Easy Weed Grabber Made from Rust-Resistant Steel - 3 Year Warranty
- STANDUP WEEDING TOOL FOR A BETTER GARDENING EXPERIENCE- Get rid of weeds without risking your back with this long handled weeding tool. The 33” tall handle lets you remove the weeds without having to bend over or go down to your knees. The foot pedal lets you put enough force on the weed remover to penetrate the ground and grab the whole weed, including the roots, so it doesn’t grow back.
- POINTED 5-CLAW DESIGN SUITABLE FOR DIFFERENT SOIL TYPES - The pointed claw is specially designed to make it easier to remove weeds no matter what kind of soil they grow on. Hard soils can be easily penetrated with the 5 pointed nail design of our garden claw. Our weed claw tool also has a better a grip to make sure that even the well-established roots of weeds are removed in one go.
- DURABLE AND LONG LASTING MATERIALS - This weed removing tool is made from durable steel that can withstand your weight when you step on the foot pedal. It is also zinc plated to make it rust-resistant. The foam grip handle is also of great quality to ensure it doesn’t fall apart even after frequent use. A long-lasting and durable steel gardening weeder that you can use for many years to come.
- ERGONOMIC AND PADDED FOAM HANDLE- Gardening can be tough on the hands, especially if you don’t choose your tools mindfully. Our long handle weeder isn’t only effective but very comfortable to use too. It has a foam padded handle to provide better grip and added comfort, making it easier to twist and pull the weed grabber with the unwanted weed.
- INCLUDES A 3 YEAR WARRANTY FOR A RISK FREE-PURCHASE- Want to make sure about your purchase? We understand that so we’ve included a 3-year warranty on our weed removal tool as well as all other Worth Gardening tools. We are confident that you’ll love this garden claw tool but in case you don’t, we will refund your full money back. You have nothing to lose with this purchase.
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☘Durable and Long-Lasting Construction
Get rid of weeds without risking your back with this long handled weeding tool. The 33” tall handle lets you remove the weeds without having to bend over or work on the ground. Constructed from rust and corrosion resistant zinc-plated steel, this weed removing tool is made to withstand your weight when you step on the foot pedal. The Worth Garden stand-up weed grabber is a long-lasting and durable steel gardening tool that you can use for many years to come.
☘Sturdy Foot Pedal
The Worth Garden stand-up weeder features a foot pedal that lets you put enough force on the weed remover to penetrate the ground and grab the whole weed, including the roots, so it doesn’t grow back.
The weed grabber's pointed claw is specially designed to make it easier to remove weeds in all different types of soil. Hard soils can be easily penetrated with the 5-pointed nail design of our weed grabber.
☘Ergonomic Handle Design
The Worth Garden long handle weed puller isn’t only effective but very comfortable to use too. It has a foam padded handle to provide better grip and added comfort, making it easier to twist and pull the weed grabber with the unwanted weed.
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One word of advice though, you'll need gloves with a padded palm cos it starts to hurt like a mf'er after a few minutes of smacking the weeds free of this beast. That or do I started doing by channelling my inner Alex from A Clockwork Orange and flip it over, hit the release thing on the ground then flip it back upright.
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After trying the Worth weeder, I find it works much like the Hound Dog. It pulls the weeds well on a normal lawn (not a dry surface). I was able to pull large as well as smaller dandelion weeds with no issue. Obviously using it on really dry soil would be more difficult, makes sense to use it when the soil has enough moisture to easily push into the ground. I was able to pull some crab grass, where it was easy to spot the center. This tool also makes it easy to pick up weeds from the surface that dropped off the initial pull or loosely sitting on the ground. Basically you never need to lean down to pick a week up, just aim the tool into a bucket or collection bin and press on the top round handle and the mechanism releases the weed. This certainly is easier on my back, I can gather as many weeds as I have time to remove and don't get a sore back.
Pulling a weed with this tool does create a small hole in the lawn as it pulls a plug out around the weed. The hole is small but I did notice that they don't immediately disappear. Could fill them in with a little dirt but I don't think it is necessary and acts much like an aeration plug which is good for the lawn. Removing weeds is very easy with this tool. But you do need to hit the cent of the weed, if you miss then you have to try again, which means a second hold. But if you miss you can put the plug back into the hole using the tool, The tool does allow easy manipulation of a weed or plug. The pressing of the level on top to release the weed does require a good hit and this can start to wear down your palm after a large number of weeds. But I find it less of an issue over the old Hound Dog. Wearing a pair of work gloves does alleviate the pressure on the palm. Also, I found you really don't have to hit it hard, you can press on it till it releases but it is a little slower.
I also own the Fiskar 3 claw weed remover. I bought this several years ago and it does not work well on small weeds, only very large dandelions. I found it too much of a hassle to use. This Worth tool is many times better and easy to use. You can make a serious dent on dandelion weeds in your lawn in short time using this tool.
I think the overall quality is ok, not a good as the Hound Dog but close. I'll report back if anything falls apart but I think it is worth the cost.
First: understand how it works. There is a ring of nails loosely fitted to the underside of the foot. If you pull up on the plunger, a metal collar slides up and brings the nail points together. You can also bring the points together by stepping on the foot or pressing down on the handle, pushing the tool into the ground. Pull back up, and you get a soil plug and a weed if you aimed well.
So far, the tool seems built well enough. It's solid metal. The nails should be replaceable should one get bent or broken. One concern is the small tack weld holding the top of the foot to the shaft.
Some caveats on how best to use it:
* Aim carefully. You want to hit dead center on the weed. Do so and you get rewarded with the full weed, tap root and all.
* There is an optimal size to the weed. Too small and it's hard to hit the center, too large and it can slip out or break apart. You want medium-large (2.5 - 6" diameter) weeds. Extra large are best removed with a hand tool. If the weed is too small, just wait a week and get it.
* It helps to hold the plunger up as you pull out. This keeps the nails tightly together.
* The tool works best on weeds with tap roots. It works on weeds with smaller root mats, but you may find you are removing a lot of soil with the weeds.
1. Sometimes the handle moves freely and ejects the root successfully.
Sometimes damp, compact soil prevents the nails from opening.
2. Sometimes the claws pick up the entire root.
Sometimes they don’t.
3. Sometimes the entire roots stay with the claws until the handle is pressed.
Sometimes they don’t.
In all fairness, however, I don’t know how to prevent these events things from occurring, except you might check the degree of wetness in the ground before using this tool in order to help prevent the claws from not opening.
The tool seems to work best with small, shallow roots with slightly moist soil. I think a wider bottom flange with a wider radius and longer nails might make it easier to find the middle of the root and to remove large roots.
On 21 May 2018, I ordered, from Amazon, a Worth Garden Stand up Weed and Root Removal Tool. I received the item from a delivery service shortly thereafter.
On 19 February 2019 I received, via email, a note from the Seller, stating that, since I had a problem with the order, a ‘brand new’ product, free of charge, is ‘coming my way.’ They suggested I discard my old product.
They requested I provide them my address and telephone number. I provided them this information on three occasions. When I, evidently, didn’t respond quickly enough they sent me three more similar emails on the same day.
They seemed more anxious to learn my address than to send me a new product, as they had promised. As of today, 31 March 2019, I am still waiting for it.
This may be unrelated but, after this incident, I have noticed an anomaly in my outgoing emails. Now, whenever I enter my name on a form or letter, my address and telephone number are immediately entered with no action from me.
In their emails they stated their aim is for 100% customer satisfaction and customer service is their number one priority. It doesn’t seem to be that way to me. If I had discarded the old product, as they had suggested, I would now have nothing at all.
I notified Amazon of this service (or lack thereof). I never received a response from them. Likewise, Worth has been silent since 19 February 2018.
It took me a few times to figure out how to use it. Mostly because I didn’t think I needed to read the instructions that are included. Once I got the hang of it, it didn’t take long to go through d clean up the whole yard. The tool is very well made, sturdy, and light weight. Unlike other weed removers I looked at the only plastic/rubber piece is on the handle which makes it good for use on tougher soils. The photos show how I was able to get the whole weed root and all.
Pros: great for uprooting those deep rooted crabgrass and other weeds.
Cons: the release function is quite horrible!! The tool has to be literally banged on it's head to eject the weed out. It gets stuck everytime it pulls out a big weed. Makes the whole process very very inefficient and irritating and gives severe back problems. A month after using it, I am still in pain around my neck area.
I threw it away for most of my weeding and relied mostly on plucking by hand.
Will I use it again? Yes only for those big weeds AND for no more than 15 minutes.