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Apollo Garden T-Pegs Pk10

Apollo Garden T-Pegs Pk10
Average Customer Rating:
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1 of 2(50%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for Apollo Garden Fabric T-Pegs Pack of 10
Review 1 for Apollo Garden Fabric T-Pegs Pack of 10
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Would you recommend this product? Yes
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good for the price
31 Mar 2015
By darenface
, portsmouth
" Pros : Good T shape makes sure it has a good purchase on the membrane. good amount in the pack for the price
Cons: tops tend to bend or snap if there are any obstacels in the ground or the earth it too hard. But at this price you can sacrifice a couple learning how to apply pressure without breaking them.
would recommend "
Review 2 for Apollo Garden Fabric T-Pegs Pack of 10
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Would you recommend this product? No
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Not upto the job.
19 Apr 2013
By GolferMan
, S44 Derbyshire
" I bought these pegs to hold down the polythene cloches I purchased at the same time. The pegs seem to be just what is required, however, they break during use as the overhang breaks off leaving sharp edges on the peg itself. The wind has been very strong here and the cloches were blowing about and pegs dragged out of the ground despite how firmly they were in. They appear to work better on fabric/fleece and once flush in the ground are difficult to extract. With slight pressure to pull out the overhangs break off causing sharp edges again. Straight pegs or apollo 140mm wire staples seem a better option. "
3 of 3 people found this review helpful.