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Craftsman  7 cu. ft. Push Lawn Sweeper

  Item#  07124036000 | Model#  71-240361
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Specifications & Dimensions

Dimensions and Weight:
Item Weight (lbs.): 30
Product Overview:
Type: Lawn sweepers & vacs
Assembly Required: Assembly Required
Capacity: 7 cu. ft.
Height Range: Infinitely adjustable
Brush To Wheel Ratio: 4.5:1
Color:
Color/Finish: Black/red
Wheels & Tires:
Tire/Wheel Size: 10 x 1-3/4 in.
Collector:
Collector, Type: Bin with removable liner bag
Warranty:
General Warranty: 1 year limited

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Product Description

Make a clean sweep of leaves, grass clippings, lawn debris and more with one dependable sweeper. The incredibly lightweight poly housing is easy to push, resists rust, and makes it easy to hang for storage. The bag can be removed without effort or tools for quick disposal. Perfect for hard to reach areas and less time and energy consuming than raking.

  • Fast and easy collection of leaves, twigs, grass, acorns and other debris, 50% faster than raking
  • Four stiff 10" diameter brushes whisk debris into the bag
  • Large 6 bushel capacity (7 cu. ft.)
  • Assembles in minutes with 6 bolts
  • Easy to remove bag
  • Clear coated hardware resists rust
  • Quick change infinite height adjustment
  • Brush to wheel ratio is 4.5 to 1


  • Weight: 30 lbs
  • Color: Red/Black
  • Some assembly required
  • 1-year limited warranty


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Added on July 26, 2010

 

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59 Reviews Write a review
41 Reviewers (69.0%) would recommend this to a friend.
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Praise8 found this helpful
chestnutsweeper
Oct 15 , 2013
Works well
Have wanted one for awhile. Not like the one my grandfather had but his was made over 30 years ago. Yes, it is made of plastic what isn't these days. That being said you have to take some time to read the instructions, if it is not set up correctly it will not work properly. It works great when the brush height is set correctly, take a little bit of time to learn the best speed to push because it does change with whatever you sweeping. Also if it is hard to push the brushes are probably set to low and you will damage the sweeper. I use it mostly to pick up chestnut hulls, which are heavy, covered with spikes and about tennis ball sized. The sweeper picks them up with no problems. I do have to adjust the height often depending on how tall or thick the grass in the area is. Again the instructions cover how to use it and if you use some common sense, that may not be so common anymore, it works as designed. There are many improvements that could be made to the overall design but then it would cost more than $130. Over all, I do not regret the purchase and it definitely saves my back with the chestnuts.
Criticism11 found this helpful
ar0520
Nov 9 , 2012
Not like it used to be!
When I was a young child my Dad had one of these. I seem to remember that it was sturdy and easy to operate. I bought this thinking the same and I am extremely disappointed with it's performance. The frame is not sturdy, the red material is a heavy plastic instead of the old canvas that it used to be and the catcher itself seems to hold very little.
 
Apr 24 , 2014
via sears.com
Overall
Awesome. Haven't used my rake since I got this!

It just works flawlessly, like a lawn vacuum, but manual.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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chestnutsweeper

Olympia, WA

Oct 15 , 2013
Overall
Works well

Have wanted one for awhile. Not like the one my grandfather had but his was made over 30 years ago. Yes, it is made of plastic what isn't these days. That being said you have to take some time to read the instructions, if it is not set up correctly it will not work properly. It works great when the brush height is set correctly, take a little bit of time to learn the best speed to push because it does change with whatever you sweeping. Also if it is hard to push the brushes are probably set to low and you will damage the sweeper. I use it mostly to pick up chestnut hulls, which are heavy, covered with spikes and about tennis ball sized. The sweeper picks them up with no problems. I do have to adjust the height often depending on how tall or thick the grass in the area is. Again the instructions cover how to use it and if you use some common sense, that may not be so common anymore, it works as designed. There are many improvements that could be made to the overall design but then it would cost more than $130. Over all, I do not regret the purchase and it definitely saves my back with the chestnuts.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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Sep 7 , 2013
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Nice product for the price

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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Grandmaof36

Buckeye, AZ

Apr 14 , 2013
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Lawn Sweeper

This sweeper works but not as good as I wanted.


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herronrv

Memphis, TN

Jan 2 , 2013
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push lawn sweeper

Not very helpful with pine needles which is my problem. Back to a rake and tarp process

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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ar0520

Neptune, NJ

Nov 9 , 2012
via sears.com
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Not like it used to be!

When I was a young child my Dad had one of these. I seem to remember that it was sturdy and easy to operate. I bought this thinking the same and I am extremely disappointed with it's performance. The frame is not sturdy, the red material is a heavy plastic instead of the old canvas that it used to be and the catcher itself seems to hold very little.


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jandrgold

Denver, CO

Nov 9 , 2012
via sears.com
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Terrific Product!

I really like this product a lot. Easy to put together, easy to adjust, not too hard to push. I have a pretty big yard and it only took about 15 minutes to clear the leaves! The hardest part of the whole process is getting the leaves from the catcher into a lawn and leaf bag. Saves time, my back, is safe and sturdy.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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hasensue

Rochester, NY

Oct 23 , 2012
via kmart.com
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A must have for yard work

I purchased this as I can not rake my leaves due to Arthritic problems, It works like a dream and not too heavy to empty. I would recommend to any elderly folks or people with health issues, and you still get exercise walking. It has been a life saver already

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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DaleSchultz

Chelmsford, MA

Oct 22 , 2012
via sears.com
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amazing

we bought this a few years ago and it has worked very well. This year is also an acorn mast year so there are lots of acorns to be swept up as well. The brushes do tend to shoot some of the acorns out ahead of where you are pushing but many get lifted into the bin too. It does prefer flat ground because if a wheel goes into a hollow the brush height is reduced and struggles to turn.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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puddycat

Charlotte, NC

Nov 26 , 2011
via sears.com
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Works great, sweeps up leafs and grass quicker then racking.

I would recommend this product to a friend.

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