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Leaf and Lawn chute

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$ 12.08

Score By Feature

Based on 296 ratings
Light weight
9.89
Sturdiness
9.33
Durability
9.33
Value for money
8.69

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Product Description

There are no moving parts since it is made from a single sheet of plastic. You don't need to assemble this.
The high density corrugated plastic on these boxes is 100% recyclable.
When not in use, the table folds flat for compact storage.
It will last many years if well cared for.
Specially designed to have an open backside, which will allow them to easily remove the unit from the bag, and contain debris in the bag, making moving around the unit much easier.

Questions & Answers

One review says that the product is corrugated cardboard instead of plastic, and one advertisement describes this item as plastic. In what capacity does it function?

A plastic item that happened to be left out in the rain (accidentally) is still intact and still intact. Similarly, another item with the same purpose was a piece of pure cardboard that wasn't durable.

There are how many chutes in ?

The chute consists of one spiral. Then you fill a new bag and remove the chute so the new bag will be filled. I've been using it for a while and it helps me manage my workload so much.

Is there a way to use this with larger (taller) paper leaf bags?

It seems to work well with standard up to 8-inch tall paper lawn and leaf bags. I don't know whether it would work with taller ones

When you assemble it, what do you do?

You will receive a fully assembled product. Opening it and placing it in your bag is what you do.

Selected User Reviews For Leaf and Lawn chute

Very pleased with the results I was surprised by how good this was! My yard just got a good clean up this fall - it's been a while It helped quite a bit, and this device made a big difference
5/5

As I struggle to pack the bag with leaves and cuttings, the bag doesn't collapse anymore, neither does it fall to the ground or cave in. Additionally, the chute enabled me to pack my bag tighter than I normally could without it! I set it up easily and it unfolded easily It was designed just as it should be. Then there's the surprising part I was able to easily take it out of the bag! For my first time using, I can't remember what I did I cannot comment on durability since I do not own it However, it looks like it will be able to withstand the test of time.

Zakai HAYWARD
Zakai HAYWARD
| Jan 08, 2021
When I used , I had much better success with getting leaves into the leaf bags
3/5

I first noticed that there was no box with this item. Due to the address sticker spanning parts of the instructions, I had to check the assembly instructions There are a few steps to follow in the assembly, and the directions could be a little It had such great potential to make my leaf-raking chore a whole lot easier, but it is not worth the time or trouble, especially considering the price. I have had much better success getting leaves into leaf bags using my leaf scoops than with this product. It could have been returned, but taking it to a UPS drop box was out of the question, and driving to a UPS location would have taken more time than it was.

Ellie Freeman
Ellie Freeman
| Jul 28, 2020
You might find this gadget worthwhile if you have many leaves to collect
5/5

My impression was that this looks like one of those gadgets that were invented for a reality show, then pushed to the big box stores and then ended up being bought by everyone. Plastic corrugated boards are used for this item. (They are made of polypropylene resin, just like the white plastic mail boxes). it has some strength, but it is lightweight and folds up. As a result, you can store it in your shed or basement once you're done with it. My house is small, but I get a lot of leaves from the neighbors since they dump them on my yard, so I want anything that will compress them and speed them up. Making leaf disposal easier is a good idea. As opposed to raking by hand, and I used a mower, blower/vac, I now use a combination of both. By doing this, I eliminated the space issue, resulting in a 50% reduction in amount of bags required. Sixty six percent. It has been my weak spot to get them where they should go, and I am a lone ranger. a couple of trash barrels but I usually fill them up with over 30 bags (not compressed), so I have to use Having them fall down when you pour them in and not having a scoop that could be used to pour from the bag on the vacuum or catcher on the mower was always the biggest problem. As a result, the problem was resolved. It folds up to make a bag that has structure, has a scoop at the top, and contains a lot of functionality. In leaf season or not, if you need to fill one of the lawn waste bags with anything, the scoop alone makes a huge difference in preventing things from getting all over the driveways.

Elisa GODDARD
Elisa GODDARD
| Oct 11, 2020
The design needs to be durable! After using it a couple of times, I can confirm that it does what it says it will do! I love how easy and convenient it is to load grass clippings into the paper bag
4/5

It saves so much time and effort. I can't help but notice It does not look like it will hold up and you'll have to reinforce the hinges with tape or it'll fall apart. You may want to tape it up prior to using it for the first time. I do not understand why the hinges are not stronger. The cardboard itself is what they are.

Nala Faulkner
Nala Faulkner
| Jun 01, 2021
Since the invention of bread, this is the best thing to happen
5/5

Our area was hit by Tropical Storm Ana a few days before I received the lawn chute. As a result of using this chute, it was a LOT easier to fill up the lawn bags with leaves, twigs, and other debris left over from the storm. Using this device, you can dump debris into your bag without having to hold it open or keep it open. Was it a purchase I would make again or a product I would recommend Without a doubt!

My only issue is that the directions printed on the box seem a little confusing when it comes to lining up the top part of the chute. The online video made it relatively easy to understand. Once I watched it, I quickly understood what they were saying.

Tate Lyons
Tate Lyons
| Jun 24, 2021
I like the fact that this video can be viewed on TV
4/5

There is a video on how to use it that you can watch on TV. The bags you need to have should be tall. I could not fit the first one I had in my hand. In the garage, I had more of them that measured more than five feet tall. There is a risk of being blown away in the wind. It would be easier to get more leaves in the bag as it remains open and uniformly opened. On the whole, it accomplished what it set out to do. The only season I used it was last It is of some use for now. But we don't know if it will last down the road.

Willie Payne
Willie Payne
| Mar 26, 2021
This is a very thin piece of paper
3/5

My original thought was that this would be a sturdy hard funnel that would keep Instead, it is a thin sheet of corrugated It hasn't been used yet because it's only august, but I'm disappointed already. I doubt if it will hold up, if it you can really depend on it. Please excuse my mistake. If I am wrong, I will re-write the post before it goes live.

Nicole Brandt
Nicole Brandt
| Apr 11, 2021
The best inventions are the simplest ones
5/5

It might be a good idea to do the leaves yourself if you can't find anyone for a good price and want to get it over with as soon When you are so clever that you are bagging leaves in the first place, your neighbors can almost fool themselves into thinking you are clever (until they realize you are so smart why do you do this). I needed the video more than anything since the instructions were showing me how to follow them. The key is to keep it A live demonstration can be found on their website. My only hope is that I am not the only one who was in need of The leaves will pile up once you have them all together. It's like being on a conveyor belt! Next thing you know you've been sucked into it. It is possible that you would do a Good Samaritan on the neighbor's lawn. You might even talk yourself out of it when your back starts telling you no.

Addilyn Benson
Addilyn Benson
| Oct 02, 2020

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