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Model #
76565
Item #
760173
Scotts

10,000 Sq. Ft. Turf Builder Classic Drop Spreader

10,000 Sq. Ft. Turf Builder Classic Drop Spreader is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 156.
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Model #
76565
Item #
760173

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Description
Hopper Holds 10,000 SQFT Of Product & Is 22" Wide, 12" Wheels, Precision Micrometer, Shut Off Bar Design, Locking Release Lever, Heavy Duty Frame, Increased Handle Length, Foam Grip, Tubular Rest Stand, Orange Color Accents, Fully Calibrated.
Specifications
Specifications
SKU 760173
Weight 25.6000
UPC 00032247765657
Country of Origin US
Package Width 32.0
Package Length 18.0
Package Height 47.0
Model Number 76565
Brand Scotts
Assembled Width 32.0
Assembled Length 18.0
Assembled Height 47.0
Manufacturer Name SCOTTS LAWNS
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Scotts Turf Builder classic drop The worst drop spreader. I read many reviews and the problem hasn’t been addressed. The hopper will not close properly, hence leading to fertilizer continuously running out of the spreader. This is the second spreader and the same thing is wrong with both Turf Builder classic drops!! Was there a product recall? I wouldn’t recommend this spreader to anyone.
Date published: 2019-04-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by from ideas With spring just around the corner, I was wandering if Scotts had either made any changes or plans to make any improvements to its Scotts Classic Drop Spreader. I had a Scotts Accugreen 3000 drop spreader that you could not depend on to put the correct amount of fertilizer onto a person yard even if you calibrated it every time you used it. Either it put way too much on or not eought. So, I bought a drop Scotts Classic Drop Spreader which cost a lot of money but end up having the same problems, so it has been setting in my shed for the last year. After writing to Scotts about a year ago and making some suggestion I was hoping Scotts would at least try to make some improvements to their spreader so again I very disappointed in Scotts for not doing anything about this problem. I am wandering if the problem is because the way the spreader is being shipped so the line from the spreader to the adjuster on the handle get stretched. So, I would like to replace that part of my spreader to see if that is the cause of the problem.
Date published: 2019-02-27
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Disappointed The gap opening controlling the dropping of product is of uneven width, producing uneven application across the width of the drop. Also, with a fine size particle for delivery, I found that just sitting stationary this spreader dropping a fine stream of product. Very disappointed.
Date published: 2019-01-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This product is well made, but the company only intends for it to be used with high priced Scotts branded products The drop spreader settings on this type of spreader are unreliable and innacurate, but the margin for error for most of the modern products from Scotts allows for this. The company does not provide much usable info. I will look for another brand no matter the cost in the future.
Date published: 2018-11-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This product did not meet my expectations I have been a loyal scotts customer for over 40 years,I purchased a classic drop spreader and i have to say it is the worst piece of junk I have ever wasted money on. Constantly have to recalibrate and it still doesn't drop correctly,Constantly clogs no matter the size of the granular formula and very uneven application.I'm sad to say that even their fertilizer and weed killer formulas are not what they use to be.Whats going on Scotts you're slipping!Tried a different brand fertilizer this year and now I have the the best looking lawn I've had in 5 years.
Date published: 2018-07-12
Rated 2 out of 5 by from No-Quibble Guarantee Scott used to tout their no-quibble guarntee but when contacted about it and you attempt to use it, there is a whole lot of quibbling. It has happened to me twice. I am a slow learner.
Date published: 2018-07-10
Rated 1 out of 5 by from product does not perform like it is suppose to. I would like to express my opinion about Scott’s drop spreaders. I had a 3000 Scott’s drop spreader, which could not put the right amount on most of the time. So hopping to make things better I bought a Scott’s Classic drop spreader, which looks like only the label was changed because it is just as bad as the other one. So I am going to give my opoin what I thing is the problem. If some of the fertilizer gets stuck between the hopper and the plastic bottom bar it will cause a 5000 bag be place on half of the area then it is suppose to cover. If it does put on less then it is suppose the small V shape opening of the bottom of the hopper gets plugged up. To solve the problem maybe there could be a door that would open to the front pushing the grass down so the bottom of the hopper stays dry and also a way to swipe the bottom of the in side of the hopper may also be a help. The hopper being made out of plastic may be OK but the adjustable bar at the bottom does not work and needs to be replaced with a stationary bar that regulates the flow of fertilizer being spread on the lawn. Also make the wheels larger so the spreader is higher off the ground so the bottom of the spreader will stay dryer. With all the technology that we have today it is hard to believe that this problem has gone on for as long as it has with out any changes being made to the design of this product. I am very disappointed in this company.
Date published: 2018-03-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from LEAKS FERTILIZER STANDING STILL I came to this website hoping to find a fix for my problem, but no luck. I had an old metal Scott's drop spreader for over 30 years and finally decided to replace it. After that many years the holes were getting enlarged from rust and it was time. I purchased the newer Classic drop spreader. A week after my first application of fertilizer I noticed dead spots all over my lawn. They were a couple inches by about 20 inches. Turns out that every time I parked the spreader it was still releasing fertilizer and burning the lawn. I put off using it again until I could investigate. At first I thought maybe it wasn't closing all the way after releasing the handle. It turns out it's closing but the plastic piece that's supposed to go across and cover the holes is warped and allowing fertilizer to continue to come out. I guess I'll go back to my old one and guess at new settings to allow for the larger holes. At least I won't burn the heCK out my lawn.
Date published: 2017-10-02
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