Two lawn spreaders that have received good reviews are the Scotts AccuGreen 3000 Drop Spreader and the Scotts Standard Broadcast Spreader. Other well-reviewed lawn spreaders are the Brinley 40 In. Tow-Behind 2-in-1 Aerator Spreader and the Earthway Tow Behind Broadcast Spreader.
The Scotts AccuGreen 3000 Drop Spreader was hailed by Galt Technologies in October 2015 as "the perfect spreader for those wanting accurate results." This spreader has a range of 22 inches and can hold up to 10,000 square feet of lawn fertilizer in its hopper. The machine also features an ergonomic U-shaped handle and a heavy frame that is both stable and durable. The Scotts AccuGreen 3000 Drop Spreader provides even coverage and produces little waste compared to other lawn spreaders.
Another Scotts brand spreader, the Scotts Standard Broadcast Spreader, has also received good reviews from Galt Technologies and others. This spreader has a 5-foot range, which ensures that every part of the lawn gets fertilized. There is no assembly required with this device, and it is very easy to use and maneuver. There is also a deluxe version of this spreader that comes equipped with EdgeGuard, a feature that allows the user to apply fertilizer only in designated spots and avoid getting it on other areas such as sidewalks, driveways and landscaping.