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Scotts

Elite Spreader With Edgeguard

Elite Spreader With Edgeguard is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 136.
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$91.99
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Model #
75902
Item #
233191

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Description
Easy to Use/Comfortable - 20M capacity hopper, large never-flat tires, and an ergonomically designed handle make this spreader easier to use than ever before. Reliable & Durable - stainless steel axle, agitator and other components prevent corrosion and never-flat tires eliminate the need to fill with air. Great results - driven by the patented Dual Rotor Technology
Specifications
Specifications
SKU 233191
Weight 20.000000
UPC 00032247759021
Country of Origin US
Package Width 18.0
Package Length 22.0
Package Height 21.0
Model Number 75902
Brand Scotts
Manufacturer Name SCOTTS LAWNS
Rated 2 out of 5 by from bad settings the calibration is terrible. put it on 3.5 and the gate doesn't open Have to put it on 8.5 to get 1/4 inch. No way to reset it that I can tell.
Date published: 2020-09-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very inconsistent I have had this spreader for almost a year and although it looks great, it's really been a disappointment. It's very inconsistent in how much fertilizer is spread and gets clogged up all of the time. My yard is a half of an acre and I didn't get through an entire small back of Scotts turf builder this past weekend. I keep giving it another shot but I am done.
Date published: 2020-09-07
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Drive mechanism is WEAK, poor design I also got about a year of use out of the Scotts Elite spreader - then the roll pin fell out that links the RH wheel to the drive shaft. If you are not good a re-engineering and fixing design flaws, then this unit might be very frustrating to you. For the amount of money this unit cost, you would think Scotts engineers could come up with a more robust design than a roll pin THAT WILL fall out. The hopper, gates, and spreader wheels on mine seem to hold up fine. The single drive wheel secured to the shaft by a roll pin leaves more to be desired. Luckily I have a Speedy2000 as a backup.
Date published: 2020-09-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Read reviews before buying!!! I purchased this a little over a month ago, It was on-sale at one of the big box stores. I read the box and thought that with Scott's name I couldn't go wrong. Boy was I WRONG! First off, the settings written on Scott's products don't apply to this model. You have to look them up and the UPC codes don't match the website. Now onto the spreader itself. When the hopper is full not much comes out, as it empties that changes. They state that it is good for 20k square feet not when you have to fill it half full for it to work properly. It doesn't dispense evenly, you have stripping down the middle where more product is applied. The product video states 5 ft in between, but the website text says 6. Neither helps. The edge guard doesn't really work, even fully engaged product spreads to that side still albeit reduced. Lastly some products must be applied when damp, product collects in the wheels. Solid wheels would certainly help.
Date published: 2020-08-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I bought this Scotts Elite Spreader in the spring of 2020 and have been disappointed in its consistency of spreading product. I have to "babysit it" to keep product coming out, that is, if the product calls for a 4-1/2 setting and the bin is full I have to move the setting to 6 or 8 to get the product flowing and then move it back to 4-1/2. Sometimes, I will have to do this repeatedly to keep the product flowing. As the bin gets less full the spreader does a better and more consistent job. I was thinking that the "kotter pins" could be longer to help the product flow better.
Date published: 2020-08-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Cheaply made. Poor experience. Got this for a birthday gift in December. So excited to use it this year have used it four times and after the first time the edge guard broke. The spring is seems to not engage it to work. Now the spring for the shoots one open. Somethings wrong with the spreaders the pin for the wheels broke I have barely used it. I’m very new to the lawn care scene but I thought Scott stood for quality I was wrong and will look elsewhere for a new spreader. The person who purchased it for me as a gift feels very disappointed and sad that they got me such a poor quality product that cost so much.
Date published: 2020-08-19
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Another Poorly designed Scotts spreader Poor design, poor quality, and expensive. You would think that Scott’s, the biggest name in lawn care would have by now been able to manufacture a decent spreader. 1. There are 4 chute gates at the bottom of the hopper that slide open depending on the setting. Unfortunately they do not open evenly resulting in uneven distribution. 2. Many products clog up at these gates including Scott’s own products. The worst being Scott’s DiseaseEX granular fungicide. It is impossible to avoid complete clogging. (BOTH SPREADER AND PRODUCT ARE COMPLETELY DRY). 3. Scott’s still make cheap plastic wheels with open rims where fertilizer gets trapped. Same design for close to 45 years. Granted, these wheels are bigger so more fertilizer can get trapped. 4. The spinners are connected to the aluminum axle and are controlled by a small pin that sits in the left wheel. I have had to replace the pin twice this summer. Cheaply made. Don’t waste your money on the Scott’s Elite. Oh, almost forgot. It has a nice cradle on the handle for your smart phone !!! ???
Date published: 2020-08-15
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not worth the money My spreader is a year old. I'm now looking for a new spreader....not Scotts!! My biggest complaint is the opening mechanism. When the hopper is full with fertizer (Scott's brand), the slides do not always open fully. When you pull the lever to open the slide there is a spring that does not have enough tension to pull the slide back with weight on it. Very aggravating!!! As many others have stated, the pin in the axle broke. I too, put a nail in to finish my job. I like the hopper design with 2 hole discharge. When working properly it empties pretty well. But i can't fill the hopper more than half full. The opening mechanism and axle/wheel are just not rugged enough. I don't mind paying a few extra dollars.......just make a product that works!!! This is NOT "Elite"
Date published: 2020-08-13
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