Razer Rake Collapsible, Easy storing, Lake & Landscape Rake
- 36" Collapsible Rake Head Provides a Wide Harvesting Surface
- The Razor Sharp Teeth Provides a Better Cut & Dig
- Made of Galvanized Steel & Aluminum for Extra Durability
Jenlis Razer Rake is the first collapsible aluminum and galvanized steel pond and lake aquatic weed rake on the market. Ideal for cutting and removing any type of rooted pond and lake weed. Jenlis Collapsible Razer Rake was designed to minimize weight without sacrificing quality and folds for easy storage. The 9' handle and 36" rake head feature razor-sharp teeth for improved cutting and digging action, while providing a wide harvesting surface to reduce the amount of work required to clear your pond or lake. The rake head also accommodates a float to collect surface debris and algae.
Jenlis Collapsible Razer Rake is designed to remove:
• Weed roots to prevent re-growth of submerged weeds and roots
• Debris floating on the surface of the water
• Shorter bottom-dwelling weeds
• Decaying organic matter on the bottom
If you have recently cut your weeds with Jenlis Weed Razer, use Jenlis Collapsible Razer Rake to remove the remaining roots that lie beneath the surface of your lake or pond bottom. Allow the rake head to sink to the bottom. Use a back and forth motion with the rake handle and stir up the bottom. The long teeth will dig into the bottom and dislodge the root systems of most leafy submerged aquatic vegetation.
Collapsible Razer Rake
|APPLICATION||Collapsible Pond & Lake Rake|
|DIMENSIONS ASSEMBLED||102" X 7" X 36"|
|DIMENSIONS COLLAPSED||5¼" x 6½" x 36½"|
|RAKER HEAD WIDTH||36"|
|RAKER TINE LENGTH||4¾"|
|PULL ROPE LENGTH||25'|
|INCLUDES||(4) Velcro Straps & (2) Floats|
HOW TO ASSEMBLE
Handle Assembly: Press the spring-loaded buttons on one end of the handle connector and slide it halfway into one of the handles and rotate it until the buttons snap into the holes of the handle. Repeat this process for the other half of the handle.
Insert the looped end of the rope through the black cap on the end of the handle until the loop lines up with the bolt hole. Insert a bolt through both the hole in the handle and the loop in the rope. Pull-on the rope to confirm the bolt passed through the end of the rope loop. Secure the bolt in place with the lock nut. Over-tightening the bolt will bend the end of the handle.
To expand the rake head, press down on the spring-loaded buttons and push forward to open the rake.