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The makers of the SnapBagger claim that it out-performs most other methods of bagging leaves.  You can rake leaves into it like a dustpan, scoop leaves from the ground, or load leaves into it while somebody else holds it, like you might already do.

Constructed from steel sheet metal and powder-coated to resist corrosion, the SnapBagger weighs only 3 pounds.  Most 33-gallon and larger lawn and leaf bags will fit over the SnapBagger’s triangular head.  A bungee fits into a channel around the head, holding the bag in place.  When you’re done bagging leaves and ready to go grab a cold one, the SnapBagger disassembles with a few quick-release buttons and folds up to about the size of a pizza box.

You can purchase the SnapBagger from the corporate site for $25 plus $10 shipping.

SnapBagger [Corporate Site]


6 Responses to Bag Leaves Without The Bending

  1. Jereme Green says:

    This is a great idea particularly for elderly people or people who has a bad back

  2. Kurt says:

    Can you attach decomposable yard waste bags to it? From the shape I’m guessing not. I think I’ll stick to the paper bags and do a little knee bending.

  3. Brau says:

    Dumbest idea I’ve seen in a while. I happen to have a very bad back and the last thing I’d ever want to do is try to scoop up an entire bag of leaves on the end of a pole. Raking is bad enough. Leaf blowers/vacs rule!

  4. Jim says:

    Agree that if it doesn’t use the paper bags that it’s almost worthless. Any municipality I’ve seen requires yard bags (though I’m sure there are some out there that don’t, but for how long).
    If I could outlaw blowers I would. I recognize there are legitimate uses and users, but there are too many are guys chasing three leaves across their yard. The whine of the motors makes me crazy. I can’t be the only one. It’s annoying when you want to have your windows open in the summer time. Apparently they’re making advancements to make the motors quieter. Thank goodness. Leaf blowers aren’t toys guys. Use ’em as needed. Put ’em away. Then go grab a beer. We’ll all be happier.

  5. Chuck says:

    First they came for the blowers, and I said nothing because I didn’t have a blower. Then they came for the chainsaws, and I said nothing because I didn’t have a chainsaw. Then they came for the string trimmer – and there was no one left to speak up.

  6. Melanie says:

    You can load paper bags, 96 gal city provided dumpsters, compost piles, etc. with the SnapBag reusable bag. It is made of rip-stop polyester, has a tapered shape and a quick-open hatch at the bottom. See complete video of how it works at snapbagger.com.

    SnapBagger is easy on the back because it allows for multiple modes of use (you don’t have to just shovel with it!). For people with bad backs or other dexterity issues, the best mode of use is what we call the “dust pan” method. You hold the SB in a static position and use a shrub rake to push debris of any kind (pine needles, mulch, pince cones, acorns, trash, leaves, etc.) into the bag. Minimizes multiple bending motions and eliminates touching the debris with your hands.

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