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      Customer Reviews

      Based on 5 reviews
      Sabrina Fadial
      Size change

      I love the ground grabba. However, I recently ordered more and the bit you sent with my original order is too big for the new stakes. I wish I’d know this earlier. I was unprepared for an installation.

      Scott Sternberg
      Fantastic product

      I set up a tent 35 weekends a year for three days each at art shows. My tent has to endure all kinds of wild weather. I have been using dog twist in hold downs for many years along with weights. They are time consuming and sometimes just too weak in hard ground. I found and ordered the 12" & 18" Ground Grabbers. They are without a doubt one of the best investments I have made for my tent setup. Very quick to install and soooo easy. I would recommend these to anybody that has something they want to anchor down in the sand or dirt. Great product! To add to that it came in the best shipping box one could ask for, very profesional!

      Peter Garza

      Great stakes

      Thank you Peter. :)

      Roe Osborn
      Sculpture Rescue

      I have a large sculpture that I was having trouble anchoring in the ground. I'd seen Ground Grabba in action when installing a piece for a fellow artist. They worked slick--even in the sandy soil of Cape Cod. I used the 12-inch variety with the washers and had no problems. Can think of many more uses outside of my art.I will DEFINITELY use Ground Grabba again!!!

      Hey Roe, huge thank you for taking the time to leave your review. I am personally very thankful to you for that. Great to know that you met with great success in anchoring down your large sculpture using your GroundGrabba Pro ground anchors.
      Best regards, David Levine inventor/founder of GroundGrabba :)

      Jackson Wipperfurth
      Mediocre at best

      The stake was fine, but the hex key was hard to use. The stake also ripped the ground up so it did not stay in well.

      When deploying, there is a balance between speed and downward pressure on your drill. The faster the drill speed and or the less downward weight can mean all you are doing is boring a hole in the ground. Once you get used to it, you will find the right measure of speed and downward pressure that will BITE into the ground and therefore hold really well.

      The hex tool within the HexHook is a tool to help mainly extract your GroundGrabba's. To use them to help deploy defeats the purpose of the whole concept of using your drill to deploy them.

      Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts. :)