Hyundai 2 in 1 Lawn Scarifier, 1500W Electric Lawn Aerator with 5 Heights,36cm Working Width, 45L Bag, 10m Cable & 3 Year Warranty.


HYSC1500E hysc1800e
Voltage 230V – 50Hz 230V – 50Hz
Motor Power Rating 1500W 1800W
No Load Speed 3600rpm 3500rpm
Working Width 36cm / 360mm 38cm / 380mm
Working Depth -12mm, -9mm, -6mm, -3mm, +10mm -12mm, -9mm, -6mm, -3mm, +10mm
Grass Collector Capacity 45L 45L
Measured Sound Level 102dB(A) 108dB(A)
Power Cable 10m 10m
Net Weight 11.4kg 13.6kg


Weight: 11.5 kg
Dimensions: 100 x 50 x 60 cm; 11.5 Kilograms
Model: HYSC1500E
Colour: Blue
Manufacture: Hyundai
Colour: Blue

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81 Responses

  1. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    This seems to do what it says in the adve

  2. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Good at what it is supposed to do. I think the box attachment could be easier to fit as the lift up flap for the box is very tight and fitting the box can be a little fiddly. Pleased I bought it makes life easy around the lawns.

  3. IBZOliveswgvno says:

     United Kingdom

    Does what it says on the label. Well worth the money

  4. Anonymous says:

     Australia

    Order this from Amazon UK since there are almost none to few options available when it comes to buy a scarifier/dethatcher in Australia. Have used to dethatch around 70 sq mtr of my lawn successfully.

    Mind it that you’ll need to buy a good UK to AU plug adaptor, and heavy duty extension lead.

  5. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Great piece of kit ,I have a large lawn and it really did a job of scarifying easy change over for the aerator.Worth every penny.

  6. Sean Morris says:

     United Kingdom

    Great for scarifying lawns but the option for picking up all dead material plus moss with its attached bag is a waste of time. Ended up racking by hand and then running lawn mower over the lawn to pick up smaller remains. Need to rethink the process of picking up moss etc.

  7. NidaRawlins says:

     United Kingdom

    Hired a scarifier last year and it nearly killed me it was so hard to use.
    This one is great. Very lightweight and easy to use. Powerful too.

  8. Alex VanderLinden says:

     United Kingdom

    The only negative is the totally inadequate collecting box. It’s flimsy and in my experience failed to collect the thatch and moss. I used the machine without it and raked the thatch and moss afterwards.

  9. AbrahamRubio says:

     United Kingdom

    The only negative is the totally inadequate collecting box. It’s flimsy and in my experience failed to collect the thatch and moss. I used the machine without it and raked the thatch and moss afterwards.

  10. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    No probs on basic assy and the machine is quite powerful. I think the grass basket is very flimsy and a bit blind to lock onto its fixing points

  11. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    No probs on basic assy and the machine is quite powerful. I think the grass basket is very flimsy and a bit blind to lock onto its fixing points

  12. StevieEngel says:

     United Kingdom

    No probs on basic assy and the machine is quite powerful. I think the grass basket is very flimsy and a bit blind to lock onto its fixing points

  13. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Great item, pulled alot of moss and thatch from lawn, But the collection box not fit for use as would only full a quarter of box before i had to empty. Not a problem just use my lawn mower on highest setting to collect moss and thatch.
    Very happy with it.

  14. ClaudeBlakeley says:

     United Kingdom

    The box contains more like a kit of parts than a Scarifier and the assembly instructions are rudimentary however in fact assembly is straightforwards taking about 15 minutes. I didn’t bother assembling the grass box as from experience with similar equipment I know it will be next to useless. There’s a strange little plastic clip which is supposed to be some sort of strain relief for the mains cable but I couldn’t work out how to use it so I didn’t fit it either. Getting the handle height was a bit awkward as it’s difficult to keep the handle where you want it while tightening the overcentre clips but you get there with a bit of trial and error? The scarifier came with the scarifying blade already in place and since I was primarily interested in using it as a lawn rake I was able to test the blade swapping mechanism which is really easy and well designed and took all of 3 minutes.
    The mains cable is a bit restrictive as you’d expect and it’s just something you need to work around, throwing it aside whenever it seems to be getting in the way but no problem really. It comes tightly coiled so to start with it tends to curl up a bit but I expect it will unkink if left coiled more loosely. The lawn rake blade Id the usual assembly of spring tines and there is a warning in the handbook not to use the lowest settings as there’s a risk of over stressing them but the -6mm setting pulled out a (very) great deal of thatch. The machine isn’t particularly noisy and tends to run off on its own but it’s easy and better to just go along at a steady walking pace. A minor nuisance is that the blades don’t extend to the edges of the machine by a large margin so doing the edges of the lawn can be difficult and it’s hard to work out where to make successive passes without leaving an unraked strip between. The amount of thatch removed was impressive.
    As I already said I didn’t bother with the collecting box and just let the raked out debris lie on the lawn then I went over it afterwards with the rotary mower to suck it up and dumped it all in a heap to bag up later. No point in complaining about the poor collection as I’ve yet to see a Scarifier which does it to any useful extent. The thatch does tend to build up a bit under the flap where the collecting box should go and it helps to lift the flap a little using a piece of string to the handle but be warned that if there are any small stones or other hard objects on the lawn they’re liable to be ejected backwards at a fair speed so it’s best not to raise the flap too far.
    All in all I think this is a very satisfactory machine for the money – just a small reduction in the stars for poor assembly instructions, inadequate collection (as usual), and difficulty of working out how to avoid missing bits of the lawn.

  15. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    The box contains more like a kit of parts than a Scarifier and the assembly instructions are rudimentary however in fact assembly is straightforwards taking about 15 minutes. I didn’t bother assembling the grass box as from experience with similar equipment I know it will be next to useless. There’s a strange little plastic clip which is supposed to be some sort of strain relief for the mains cable but I couldn’t work out how to use it so I didn’t fit it either. Getting the handle height was a bit awkward as it’s difficult to keep the handle where you want it while tightening the overcentre clips but you get there with a bit of trial and error? The scarifier came with the scarifying blade already in place and since I was primarily interested in using it as a lawn rake I was able to test the blade swapping mechanism which is really easy and well designed and took all of 3 minutes.
    The mains cable is a bit restrictive as you’d expect and it’s just something you need to work around, throwing it aside whenever it seems to be getting in the way but no problem really. It comes tightly coiled so to start with it tends to curl up a bit but I expect it will unkink if left coiled more loosely. The lawn rake blade Id the usual assembly of spring tines and there is a warning in the handbook not to use the lowest settings as there’s a risk of over stressing them but the -6mm setting pulled out a (very) great deal of thatch. The machine isn’t particularly noisy and tends to run off on its own but it’s easy and better to just go along at a steady walking pace. A minor nuisance is that the blades don’t extend to the edges of the machine by a large margin so doing the edges of the lawn can be difficult and it’s hard to work out where to make successive passes without leaving an unraked strip between. The amount of thatch removed was impressive.
    As I already said I didn’t bother with the collecting box and just let the raked out debris lie on the lawn then I went over it afterwards with the rotary mower to suck it up and dumped it all in a heap to bag up later. No point in complaining about the poor collection as I’ve yet to see a Scarifier which does it to any useful extent. The thatch does tend to build up a bit under the flap where the collecting box should go and it helps to lift the flap a little using a piece of string to the handle but be warned that if there are any small stones or other hard objects on the lawn they’re liable to be ejected backwards at a fair speed so it’s best not to raise the flap too far.
    All in all I think this is a very satisfactory machine for the money – just a small reduction in the stars for poor assembly instructions, inadequate collection (as usual), and difficulty of working out how to avoid missing bits of the lawn.

  16. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    The box contains more like a kit of parts than a Scarifier and the assembly instructions are rudimentary however in fact assembly is straightforwards taking about 15 minutes. I didn’t bother assembling the grass box as from experience with similar equipment I know it will be next to useless. There’s a strange little plastic clip which is supposed to be some sort of strain relief for the mains cable but I couldn’t work out how to use it so I didn’t fit it either. Getting the handle height was a bit awkward as it’s difficult to keep the handle where you want it while tightening the overcentre clips but you get there with a bit of trial and error? The scarifier came with the scarifying blade already in place and since I was primarily interested in using it as a lawn rake I was able to test the blade swapping mechanism which is really easy and well designed and took all of 3 minutes.
    The mains cable is a bit restrictive as you’d expect and it’s just something you need to work around, throwing it aside whenever it seems to be getting in the way but no problem really. It comes tightly coiled so to start with it tends to curl up a bit but I expect it will unkink if left coiled more loosely. The lawn rake blade Id the usual assembly of spring tines and there is a warning in the handbook not to use the lowest settings as there’s a risk of over stressing them but the -6mm setting pulled out a (very) great deal of thatch. The machine isn’t particularly noisy and tends to run off on its own but it’s easy and better to just go along at a steady walking pace. A minor nuisance is that the blades don’t extend to the edges of the machine by a large margin so doing the edges of the lawn can be difficult and it’s hard to work out where to make successive passes without leaving an unraked strip between. The amount of thatch removed was impressive.
    As I already said I didn’t bother with the collecting box and just let the raked out debris lie on the lawn then I went over it afterwards with the rotary mower to suck it up and dumped it all in a heap to bag up later. No point in complaining about the poor collection as I’ve yet to see a Scarifier which does it to any useful extent. The thatch does tend to build up a bit under the flap where the collecting box should go and it helps to lift the flap a little using a piece of string to the handle but be warned that if there are any small stones or other hard objects on the lawn they’re liable to be ejected backwards at a fair speed so it’s best not to raise the flap too far.
    All in all I think this is a very satisfactory machine for the money – just a small reduction in the stars for poor assembly instructions, inadequate collection (as usual), and difficulty of working out how to avoid missing bits of the lawn.

  17. TylerGallard says:

     United Kingdom

    The scarifier is an excellent tool, the only fault I could find was the grass collector, in comparison to the unit it was of poor design and much to small. Used the kit without the collector and raked up after, great job.

  18. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    The scarifier is an excellent tool, the only fault I could find was the grass collector, in comparison to the unit it was of poor design and much to small. Used the kit without the collector and raked up after, great job.

  19. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Grass collection bag is poor doesn’t really work easy to use a mower to pick the grass up

  20. DeloresC73 says:

     United Kingdom

    Only used it once but it did a good job if it works one more time it’s paid for itself vs hiring one good optio

  21. JeroldLarson says:

     United Kingdom

    Powerful machine. Good range of heights to choose from and very effective in removing material from the lawn.

  22. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Fantastic machine dose a great job,lawn done in no time

  23. EvelynWienholt says:

     United Kingdom

    Fantastic machine dose a great job,lawn done in no time

  24. KaleySherwin says:

     United Kingdom

    Fantastic machine dose a great job,lawn done in no time

  25. MillardBowen says:

     United Kingdom

    Reasonably priced, quality ok, does the job, collecting bag does not work though on dry moss.

  26. JacksonArchdall says:

     United Kingdom

    Reasonably priced, quality ok, does the job, collecting bag does not work though on dry moss.

  27. AnnetteIzzo says:

     United Kingdom

    Reasonably priced, quality ok, does the job, collecting bag does not work though on dry moss.

  28. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Reasonably priced, quality ok, does the job, collecting bag does not work though on dry moss.

  29. Anonymous says:

     Australia

    works fine only had to get a UK to Aus power adapte

  30. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    As mentioned lightweight, only problem is the collection of moss etc. have to rake lawn after use

  31. Anonymous says:

     United Kingdom

    Arrived in time and put it straight to work. I have to say assembly instructions could be better, I had to Google it to get the grass basket in place. Other than that good value for money, I have a big garden so scarifying by hand wasn’t an option. This made job very easy. Manual rake still needs to come out but for doing it once a year I’m not bothered.

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