The Rake with Wrist Attachment consists of a pair of rakes that are each capable of being held by one hand and arm to assist with the disposing of fallen tree leaves.
Inventor Randy M. Boone of West Willington, CT has created a pair of rakes that are each capable of being held by one hand and arm to assist with the disposing of fallen tree leaves.
The gathering and disposal of fallen leaves is a seasonal chore that is often detested. While many recent devices such as yard vacuums, leaf blowers, and mulching mowers have been devised to help in this process, the common rake remains a popular solution for most people. Its ease and effectiveness of use, coupled with its low cost, will ensure that it remains a viable option for some time. However, one area in which a rake falls short is when the leaves or yard waste must be transferred for disposal. People commonly bend over and use their hand against the rake to pick up what they can. This may or may not work depending on the quantity of leaves, weather conditions, the use of gloves, and other factors. Inventor Boone has created a means by which large quantities of leaves can be easily picked up for disposal.
This clever new invention speeds yard clean up time. It reduces stress and strain on a users back. A finger or hand opening allows a user to grip the rakes at the head. The rakes strap to a users hands and arms. The invention is great for landscapers and yard care specialists. The use of the Rake with Wrist Attachment provides a user with the ability to move large quantities of leaves and yard waste in a manner which is not only easy and efficient, but reduces yard cleanup time as well.