Review: Lawn Stryper

31May10

Looking for the perfect gift for the Dad who loves a pristine lawn?  Then look no further than the Lawn Stryper!  This little tool is amazing and incredibly easy to use!  We were able to effortlessly attach it to the back of our lawn mower and were pleasantly surprised at the results!  I love that you can control the design by pushing the mower in the direction of your choice, creating a unique design in your lawn that rivals the ballpark or local country club’s golf course!  So how does the Lawn Stryper work you ask?  The attachment “bends” the grass after it’s been cut, which results in light reflecting differently on the grass blades creating the pattern effect.  Try stripes or a diamond shaped pattern for a look that will have neighbors literally “green” with envy!

Description from company:

The LAWN STRYPER™, a product from S&B Lawn Systems, Inc. is designed to easily and safely attach to most walk-behind, self-propelled and push-type lawn mowers. The patent pending design allows you to pattern your lawn just as the professionals do at golf courses, landscape firms and major league ballparks.

The LAWN STRYPER™ attachment properly bends grass after it has been cut. This ‘bend’ results in light reflecting differently off the blades of grass thus producing the patterning effect.

Easy to attach, easy to use and easy to maintain, the LAWN STRYPER™ is a great way to achieve that perfect, patterned lawn.

MOW & PATTERN at the SAME time!

Click here for more info!

* Please note that I was given this product for review on behalf of the company.  All opinions are entirely my own – others who may use this product may have a different opinion.  I was given no monetary compensation for this review.

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