Best scythe

  • A board game set in an alternate history 1920s period
  • It is a time of farming and war, broken hearts and rusted...
  • 1 to 5 Players
  • Shusterman, Neal (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 464 Pages - 11/28/2017 (Publication Date) - Simon & Schuster...
  • Shusterman, Neal (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 512 Pages - 06/04/2019 (Publication Date) - Simon & Schuster...
  • Shusterman, Neal (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 512 Pages - 06/04/2019 (Publication Date) - Simon & Schuster...
  • Hardcover Book
  • Shusterman, Neal (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • Storage Box
  • 1 giant box, 3 tuckboxes

Our Top scythe Pick

Scythe Board Game
  • A board game set in an alternate history 1920s period
  • It is a time of farming and war, broken hearts and rusted gears, innovation and valor
  • 1 to 5 Players
  • 115 minutes playtime
  • Game board measures 24.56 x 32.20 inches

Everything for the garden: scythe Video Guide

The first scythes that were used with both hands are based on confirmed finds in the Iron Age. This proves that this tool has already served humans as a welcome tool early on. For example, it can be used to mow small, bushy shrubs, grass and cereals. Also can be announced on wild areas of the weeds such as nettles of the "fight". At the present time the scythe can be used in inaccessible areas, provided the use is safe.

The big advantage of the scythe is that you do not need power or fuel to work with it. Only a good whetstone should always be at hand. Another advantage is the relatively simple design of the scythe, which make costly maintenance unnecessary. Neatly sharpened and thinned as needed, everyone has long enjoyed this traditional tool. Even mountain farmers, for example in the Alpine regions, still like to use the scythe as a reliable tool today. Moreover, it can serve well in the private sector. If you keep animals like rabbits, you can always cut these with the scythe fresh grass on your own meadow. It is not a problem for the scythe, when the grass has already grown tall. The scythe cuts even tall grass and thick grass effortlessly. In addition, it is a nice picture to see the tall grass in the individual SENSATIONS fall evenly.

A scythe consists of the scythe, the scythe and possibly the Sensenreff. The scythe is about 60 to 80 inches long forward tapered curved steel blade. For better mowing action and optimal cutting, the blade is curved downwards and slightly bent up towards the tip. Advanced gardeners can use a longer scythe blade to ensure efficient work. Beginners are well advised for the first time with a short reaper blade until the right momentum is achieved when mowing. It is not primarily about the speed or the effort, but rather the momentum comes from the hips. With each scythe swing, the hip is inserted with a twisting motion and worked only secondarily with the arms. There are both scythe blades for right-handed (the cut begins on the right and ends on the left) and scythe blades for left-handers (this begins the cut left) available. The scythe is usually made of wood or metal. For the Sensenwurf are among other things the terms scythe tree, Worb, scythe grip, scythe basket, throw or scythe handle common. He may have straight or an S-shape. In addition, the scythe has two handles, which can be worked out differently depending on the scythe model. The Sensenreff helps by his calculation form while collecting grain manure and to gather aside. The mostly made of wood cultivation on the scythe helps with the grain harvest and consists of sprouts and a wooden handle. So-called basket sensors have an upstanding edge to more easily perform a kind of pulling cutting technique. Baskets are equipped to optimize the work with a reef.

Only much later – for example, in the peasant wars – the scythe was also deliberately used as a simple weapon. In the Middle Ages special war food was produced. They differ from today's known scythe forms. The design resembled a spear with a saber-like long edge at the top. At the present time brushcutters are most frequently represented, in contrast to the traditional scythe. They are modeled on the traditional scythe but are powered by a motor – this can be realized in the form of an electric or a gasoline engine. As a cutting tool usually nylon threads are used, which are rolled up on a spool and can be released again when needed. The centrifugal force ensures that the nylon thread can sever blades of grass. Many private garden owners use this type of brushcutter, which is also known as a grass trimmer, grass trimmer or Tellersense. Especially on trees and stones, this type of scythe can do some useful service, as it completely cuts off the grass and does not damage the tree or stones so much. Also brushcutters are available on the market, which are equipped with a circular saw blade, grass cutting blade (double-edged knife) or a star-shaped thicket knife.

TOP 5 scythe Bestseller

Scythe Board Game
  • A board game set in an alternate history 1920s period
  • It is a time of farming and war, broken hearts and rusted gears, innovation and valor
  • 1 to 5 Players
  • 115 minutes playtime
  • Game board measures 24.56 x 32.20 inches
Scythe (1) (Arc of a Scythe)
  • Shusterman, Neal (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 464 Pages - 11/28/2017 (Publication Date) - Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers (Publisher)
Scythe: The Wind Gambit
  • For 1-7 Players
  • 60-120 minute playing time
  • An expansion for Scythe
  • Adds two new modules that can be played together or separately
Thunderhead (2) (Arc of a Scythe)
  • Shusterman, Neal (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 512 Pages - 06/04/2019 (Publication Date) - Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers (Publisher)
The Toll (3) (Arc of a Scythe)
  • Hardcover Book
  • Shusterman, Neal (Author)
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 640 Pages - 11/05/2019 (Publication Date) - Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers (Publisher)