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I had a pull behind spreader but moved to this on the back of my mower. We have some fairly steep hills and the pull behind always tried to tip over. This works great and does a great job of spreading whatever you are throwing. Only thing I wish it had was some way to open and close it while sitting. You pretty much have to get off and open the gate to start. Not a big deal, but would be handy if you could open and close it while you are moving. As far as a way to measure what you are applying. That would be hard for anything since it is so dependant on what you are applying - grass seed, fertilizer, etc. Much different size of product being applied. So that is an unrealistic expectation to want it to have a gauge.
Living a mile from the beach, we were having a terrible time with mold in our closet. After placing on of these tubs in each closet, along with the hanging DampRid, our problem is gone....finally! The large size tubs are great because they last a really long time and you don't have to constantly check them to see how full they are. One tub lasts about 6 months in our closet.