Wish I would have bought it from the get go. I've thrown away enough spin spreaders and excess seed (overseeding) I could have probably bought two of these by now. My biggest gain is in plots that produce because I can get the seed rates right. Lots of time and money can be wasted if plots get seeded too heavily.
I can't say enough good about it. I do big and heavy stuff by hand and bucket, I use this thing for clover, brassicas, micros (like the copper), and I'll eventually use it for my plot blending. Next year's plot is going to be a complex mix and it's going to require some small rates of single seeds over a large area, like 4lbs of WGF over an acre. Similar rates with things like buckwheat, and more.
I think that I don't know that that organization might be banned in the USofT because it may have been formerly promoted with, and by, some who weren't Russians, following some of them others now by the dissolution after they were in effect that outlawed it again before they were organized by the powers that weren't.
And planting clover in July is waaaay out there.
I, being more normal than the average bear, set the seeder gate with my eyes shut, and planted 25 lbs of turnips and radishes on a quarter acre. It came up like a beautiful green outdoor carpet, so dense you could've run the vacuum cleaner over it. But still wasn't as dense as the guy that planted it.