The Weed Snatcher

By Ruppert Garden Tools

$35.95
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The Weed Snatcher eliminates using chemicals—as well as bending and kneeling on the ground—to get rid of weeds in cracks in places like the driveway, walkway, or patio. The tool's telescoping handle keeps you upright while wheels guide the sturdy metal weeding hook along. There are two interchangeable heads to tackle different areas, too.

  • Materials: Pole: Fiberglass; Grip: Rubber; Housings: Plastic; Weeding heads: Metal
  • Care: Clean hook off once you are done removing weeds
  • Includes: One telescoping pole, one sidewalk/driveway weeding head, one patio/deck weeding head
  • Instructions: Adjust telescoping pole by pushing in button for desired length. Add weeding head to top of pole by clicking head into the end of the pole. Run the tool along the cracks/crevices in your desired surface in a back and forth motion. To change the head, push the quick-change button and swap heads
  • Innovative wheel design allows you to remove weeds quickly and easily
  • Telescoping design allows you to use at a comfortable standing position
  • Environmentally-friendly alternative to using chemicals to kill weeds
  • Easily change tool heads with quick-change button
  • Caution: Do not use during a lightning storm
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 45" x 4" x 4.5"
  • Weight: 3.8 lbs.
 

About Ruppert Garden Tools

Wheeled Weeder

Ruppert Garden Tools Maker Jon Ruppert's mission is to better tackle common gardening problems in a simple and easy-to-use way. His weeding tool eliminates the need for chemicals to get rid of weeds in the cracks of the driveway, walkway, or patio. And there's no bending or kneeling on the ground here, either. The tool's telescoping handle keeps you upright while wheels guide the sturdy metal weeding hook along.

Two interchangeable heads tackle different areas (sidewalk and driveway, and patio and deck), and you can swap them out while you're at work. This all adds up to a sturdy tool that makes quick work of a tedious task. Looks like Jon nailed it.