0 The fast way to get bunkers back into play

rsz mantis bunkermaster 0415(1)General play and heavy rains cause bunkers wear and tear and compaction, requiring time- consuming work to restore them. You can extensively cut the time it takes using the Mantis BunkerMaster, which equally reduces maintenance costs for a fast return on your initial outlay.

For the money, the Bunkermaster represents the ideal solution, not only for keeping bunkers in shape but as an all-round tool to use around the course. It's light in weight with a compact shape which makes it easy to carry around in a cart or UTV and use for a multiple of jobs.

The BunkerMaster aerates the top 36mm/1½" of sand but never aggressively digs in and it's designed to work away from the operator for maximum control. It switches from sand trap restoration and working tight edges and banks, to quickly dealing with banks thick with moss, ingrained sand, thatch or overgrown grass and areas of thatch around the greens.

In fact, it's three times faster than hand raking, without all the effort. At the heart of the BunkerMaster there is a choice of powerful commercial grade 4-stroke engines, either Subaru 35cc or Honda 25cc, spinning spring-loaded picks. A squeeze on the throttle control activates the tines through a centrifugal clutch and the powertrain is virtually indestructible, with a precision cut gear system in a heavy-duty cast housing designed for durability. When you need to re-fuel there is a convenient bicycle-style kick stand to park the machine.

Consider the speed in which you can get bunkers back into play and you will quickly see the Mantis BunkerMaster will give you a fast return on your investment, with the bonus of a two-year warranty for commercial use.

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