Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Segway grass roller

Change the wheels for a split 100wt roller
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Trundle around the croquet lawn with this overweight Segway and get a nicely flattened surface.
Ling, Aug 01 2015

A lawn roller, strangely enough https://www.google....c=OlC9yIc-G3oa3M%3A
[Ling, Aug 01 2015]

A heavier roller, anyone? https://www.google....hiMcCFYjVgAodmRAACQ
For the Tim Allen version of this Idea. [Vernon, Aug 01 2015]

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       Absolutely excellent.   

       Can I also suggest an exchangeable roller with aeration tines?
MaxwellBuchanan, Aug 01 2015

       Why not 2? One for each purpose. Much better.
Ling, Aug 01 2015

       Incidentally, is this a British hundredweight, or one of those cheaper American hundredweights?
MaxwellBuchanan, Aug 01 2015

       // Incidentally, is this a British hundredweight, or one of those cheaper American hundredweights?//   

       There is evidence that both long and short hundredweights were in use in England in the 1300s... finally the long hundredweight was officially cast out in 1985. 20 hundredweights of your choosing made the equivalent ton, tonne, whatever.   

       Shall we change our lawn roller to some number of stones?
Ling, Aug 02 2015

       Steam powered, please.
pocmloc, Aug 02 2015

       // the long hundredweight was officially cast out in 1985//   

       Gone, but not forgotten. Ask any Englishman over the age of 40 what a hundredweight is, and they'll tell you it's 112 pounds. It's also, conveniently, very nearly 50kg.
MaxwellBuchanan, Aug 02 2015

       Cool, it would work for making a putting green as well, me thinks.
blissmiss, Aug 03 2015

       The University purchased a new bell 5 years ago, and the supplier specified it as 3cwt 2qtr 16lb, so I'm not sure where the idea that it had been cast out came from. Perhaps it's like the way you can't buy liquids by the pint any more?
pocmloc, Aug 03 2015


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