If you are using the Smartedge system to create a border then you may need these extra pins. They have been specially designed to work with the Smartedge system. The Smartedge system does include pins as standard, but you may require more depending on the shape of your border and the surface of your lawn.
The number of pins needed depends on the shape of your lawn border and stability of your turf. In normal conditions it should only be necessary to pin every third or fourth A frame. For example: the small 5m Smartedge pack comes with 60 pins and 120 A frames as standard.
Pack of 150 pinsDesigned to secure the A frames as part of the Smartedge system
Please note: these pins are to be used in conjunction with the Smartedge system. They will not allow you to create a lawn edge if used solely on their own.
"Items arrived speedily as promised, and were of good quality and competativly priced."
Reviewed Tuesday, 30 October 2018
"Once got the hang of them ,they were quite easy to use."
Reviewed Tuesday, 4 September 2018
"Extremely expensive for what they are."
Reviewed Saturday, 11 August 2018
"You need to position pins in a vertical position each time to go through edging, a few pins would bend if at the the wrong angle"
Reviewed Sunday, 27 May 2018
"They do the job as advertised"
Reviewed Monday, 7 May 2018
"They are too thick to knock through the hole in the A frame. They therefore do not always secure the A frame in place."
Reviewed Wednesday, 18 April 2018
"Not as easy as it looks i ordered more pins you will need them/works better on straight edges/ looks good hope it will look better in timetook 2 of us 3 hrs need to prep the ground first"
Reviewed Monday, 16 April 2018
"Not needed. more than enough supplied within main pack of lawn edging."
Reviewed Wednesday, 18 October 2017
"Good but could have been longer and stronger. I bent the first few when trying to hammer them in."
Reviewed Monday, 4 September 2017
"Pins not very strong-easily bend if they meet hard ground or a stone.
Care needed to ensure clean penetration."
Reviewed Tuesday, 29 August 2017