Hi all. I've got my eyes on a lawn lute for levelling as they work much better than landscape rakes / ladders / crates and whatever other bodge. This is a lawn lute: The canals catch small stones when the soil is being worked. However they're bizarrely expensive for what appears to be a wooden handle and a few bars of sheet steel. That sort of thing ^ is ~£130 whereas a landscape rake is ~£20. I'm thinking of trying to make my own somehow, but I don't have a welder. I have HSS drill bits but don't know where to start. There's nothing second hand on gumtree or eBay. Seems like a gap in the market to me, albeit fairly niche. Has anyone attempted to make their own or got tips on the best way to work top soil into a lawn so that it's really level? A ladder on string doesn't really work as it's not flat and you can't push it. Maybe I should just suck it up and buy one .