A leaf blower like a jet engine. The jet engine design is what inspired the TURBINE Blower line. This one blows out air at up to 75 MPH. 6 steel tines are for maximum performance. It's easy to steal. Convenient storage and easy transport can be achieved with the handle folds. There is a wheel adjustment.
👤I have never used a roto-tiller before. I don't have anything to compare it to. I needed to reseed a 50 x 50 area of my lawn because it had been taken over by crabgrass. I decided to purchase a roto-tiller after working with a rake. I like high end equipment and gas operated equipment. Being that I was only going to use it occasionally, I felt a gas operated tiller was not the best option. I decided to purchase this unit after reading reviews. Review: The current rating is 12 Amps. I bought a 12/3 extension cord. The current for this device is not handled by most extension cords. You should do the same. The unit is assembled quickly. The weight of the unit should not be a problem for most users. I was quite impressed. The yard is not very rocky and it took a short time to cut through the weeds and hard packed soil. The adjustment at the greatest depth was what I started with. The unit easily dug a hole. I found a setting that dug a depth of about 4 to 6 inches. The unit was manageable. It takes more effort to get to the "mounded" soil it creates. The unit easily pulled the rocks out when it encountered them. There are several in the range of 4 to 5 feet. It took about 45 to 60 minutes to do the 50' x 50' area. I stopped on occasion to allow the unit to cool and rake to the area previously done, I did not work continuously. I allowed the unit to cool because of comments made by other people. I think it would have been great to do this entire area without stopping. There are long weeds around the shaft. You should clear them occasionally to keep them from cutting into the transmission seal and binding the unit up. I think this may have been the cause of the units burning up. I would add others that suggested using hose clamps at the handle connections to make the unit more rigid. I used a wrench to tighten my handles. I did not give it five stars because it performed better than expected.
👤It is not a 12 Amp model, but I got mine at Home Depot. The model that I had was the 13 Amp model. It is the same with 1.5 more. This thing is very powerful. I have tilled 1/3 of my yard with it and it has done well. It feels a little rickety out of the box, so I put four hose clamps at each screw. The performance of this machine has a huge difference in the performance of the hose clamps. If you are like me, you will need to manhandle it a bit. It made me tired, my hands hurt, and I was sore the next day. Prepare for a workout if you're not tilling soft. If it rained today and I tilled some, the dirt just went up and the rocks came out. I urge you to get a four pack of hose clamps if you buy this machine, it makes it much more sturdy. Look at my pictures.
A machine with a soft grip is an alternative to gas-powered lawn and garden equipment. Powerful motor for superior power. Cultivates and tills up to 7.5" wide and 6" deep. It works well as a weed control tool. The lightweight design makes it easy to operate and store. Eco-friendly alternative to gas-powered lawn and garden equipment.
👤I didn't have high expectations for this product, it was electric, and I live in a dirt area. If it kept me from digging by hand, it was worth it. The box was bulging out, but it didn't look like it had been damaged. I put it together under 10 minutes. The thing took off like a rocket when I pressed the power button. Our soil in North Georgia is thick with red clay and large natural stones, which makes it difficult to dig in or landscape in. I fully expected that the rock would get stuck between the blades and I would have to pry it out before the blades would turn again. It saved me 3 hours of work on the first day. I used it to make 2 3ft L shapes in front of my porch for roses and trees. It wasn't an easy job, but it was much easier than if I'd done it by hand. It's a no-brainer for the price. I'm angry that I didn't buy it sooner.
👤I'm a Product Engineer and this item needs improvement. This product is suitable for lite duty at a good price. It is light and maneuverable. It's okay for a small garden, flower bed, or cleaning up under shrubs in an urban setting. The assembly didn't go well. The electric plug inside the handle is not strong enough to hold a solid connection. I had to cut away some of the plastic to put it in place. The two screws that hold the handle in place are too short. They removed the plastic pins and fell out. I replaced them with longer screws. The Trigger lock does not work, so I have to squeeze it constantly.
👤Love it. I couldn't have done what this machine did. It walked through the garden and got rid of the weeds. I stopped and cleaned the wheels if the weeds were around. The garden looks great because the soil is all broken up. I will be putting new soil and moss in tomorrow. I'll blend it in the garden and rake it smooth. I could not have done this job alone and I did it with the machine. I am so happy that I bought it. I have a helpers when I need it.
👤I didn't want the hassle of transporting a larger rental unit, so I took a chance buying this little tiller for my new lawn project, and it almost paid off. I spent two days tilling the underlying soil to provide a bed for the new sod after stripping the old sod. The Earthwise unit lasted about 85% of the project area before it began shorting out at the junction where the handle enters the base. When it was working, it did what I asked of it, but I was asking too much. It was a cheaper alternative than renting, but I'm going to have to do some major rewiring to get it working again. If you want to do a bigger project, you'll need to go larger, but this would be a good small garden tiller.
We have you covered. Sun Joe customer promise is backed by your new workshop blower. New products will be valid for two years. There were no questions asked. The fusion drill adaptive cultivator is right size and ready to use. It's durable. The Fusion Tiller was made from high density plastic and aluminum. 4 steel tines slice through the soil. It's ERGONOMIC. The user can comfortably position the tiller with the oversized handle. The sway bars add more control to the tiller when used in hard soil or next to delicate plants. Light weight and portable are included. This unit can be run by almost anyone in a garden setting. It's CONVENIENT and less maintenance. Maintenance and constant care are required for other battery powered cultivators. The intermittent use of a tiller can make it difficult to keep your drill charged. They have the tools that you have. It's perfect for raised bed gardens. It has never been easier to mix and aerate soil in smaller raised beds with the option of using the cultivator in 2 lengths.
👤This thing is legit. It has made a huge difference in my landscaping clean up. It works with both corded and battery drills. It's perfect for clearing weeds from Louisiana clay. It makes landscaping rocks easy to sift out. It has been easy to use and robust. I was expecting a little less durable than that. It makes quick work of the loose garden soil and compost bins. It is amazing. I was skeptical when I bought it.
👤Great product. We were able to add top soil to our raised beds. It's great to have a gas run tool, but not having to worry about attaching the tiller to my drill. I would highly recommend anyone with a garden. Thanks to the aeration and mixing provided by this product, 2020 was the best garden yet.
👤It worked perfectly. We have a small raised bed garden where we fight the weeds and have a few plants. My wife loved the fact that she was able to get between the plants. She used it one-handed. We have a drill. Fit was good.
👤The product was able to plow up loose soil with ease with a powerful drill. The instructions for the assembly of the product are easy to follow. I used it in my small raised bed and a lot of the dirt was thrown outside. This product can be used in large areas. I would recommend this product to anyone who is looking for an easy to use drill powered cultivator.
👤This is a very good cultivator. It was easy to assemble and has a lot of power. Despite the low temperatures, I was able to gut through a good amount of soil. The rest of the project will have to wait until the ground is less frozen, but this certainly works.
👤Works well on small raised beds.
The fastest tine speed was TILE: It's ideal for small to mid-sized gardens. Powerful motor cultivates up to 14" wide x7" deep. 4 steel tilling blades are for maximum performance. There is no maintenance-free. It's easy to start and maintain with no oil, gas or tune-ups.
👤I received a non functional tiller. I tried to get the unit replaced using Sun Joe customer support, which was abysmal, and it took me a week to get it. It took me 30 minutes to call each time, because I was listening to stupid snow-based puns. I couldn't register it on the phone because I hadn't registered on the website, but they said it could be replaced under warranty. I registered on the website in about 5 minutes, and called back after 45 minutes, but the call queue was busy and I was told to leave a voicemail. They didn't call back. After 45 minutes of being on hold, I was sent to voicemail after I called back. I was hung up on after 30 minutes. I will return it to Amazon for a different brand because I have given up trying to get this replaced through the manufacture.
👤I have owned a few gas tillers, but this one works better than any of them. I would have given it 5 stars, but it has a major safety problem. I can't shut it off by releasing the green on-button anymore after using it in most of a 50x60' garden. I have to flick it on the edge to shut the motor off. It's hard to control or support it. I will contact the company to update the review. It's great in the soil. Most rocks are thrown to the side. When it caught a rock too big to pass between the tines and tine cover, it was bound up. The iron-ore type rocks are easy to remove with a ping hammer. It would be great if you could remove the tines to make it easier. Same for vines and stringy roots. I use small loppers to clean out the tines. The motor is very strong and holds up better than expected. Compared to gas engine type, it was quiet. I don't know if I will go back to gas.
👤This product is amazing. I bought it because it is getting harder for me to cultivate by hand. The Sun Joe Cultivator does a great job. I used it in beds where we had established annuals, and it cuts through them like a hot knife through butter. A couple of weeks ago, we converted a patch of lawn into a garden. I hit a layer of clay and stone when I dug down three inches. The Sun Joe was having trouble penetrating it, so I used a pick to break it up. I went to work with the Sun Joe after putting about 6 inches of leaf mold over the whole area. It ate through the stony clay and mixed the leaf mold. Even though the Sun Joe jammed on a couple of rocks, it took only 20 minutes for the plot to be ready for planting. This is going to be one of the best garden investments I have ever made.
👤I've only used it one season, so I can't speak for longevity. I can attest that they're tough. I used it on some very rocky ground, and occasionally brought up rocks and broken brick as large as my fist, and simply whacked the offending rock out of the tines with a hammer. I only kicked the thermal safety once. It has a thermal safety that protects it from overheating. It was good to go again after a cool down. You have to run very hard to kick the thermal. I shamelessly abused the daylights out of it for the one season I've used it. I'm happy. The fit and finish of the middle braces could be a little better, but it was only a minor annoyance. I would recommend it. I used it beyond its intended level of duty. It's not a heavy unit, so on hard or rocky ground, it does quite a bit of dancing around, and you have to go over hard ground more than once. For only the occasional tilling job, it was a good value. The motor and gear box is powerful for its size, and it takes a fair amount of abuse.
The G-MAX 40V battery has no memory loss after charging. The rotating tines are the highest performing when digging into earth. The tilling width is 8.25-inch to 10-inch. Fast results for your needs can be achieved with a tiling depth of up to 5-inch. Only compatible with the G-MAX 40V battery models.
👤I took heed of the previous reviews and installed the handle upside down because I'm short, wiped a bit of Silicone on the edges of the battery before putting it in the compartment, and used a bolt instead of a flimsy pin to secure the wheel assembly. The hacks worked out perfectly. But beware of the instructions. The tines would have been installed backwards if I had followed them. When placing drawings on a shaft, use your common sense. The big cotter pins on the shaft seem to have more use than the circle pins. I did two weeks' worth of work in one day. I used up the battery in the morning and then used it again in the evening. It worked well to turn over the top layer of small weeds in late winter, and I'll mow or weed the taller weeds before I use this cultivator. I was worried that I wouldn't be able to keep up my garden, but I will be able to now.
👤The rating was edited from 5 stars to 2. Why? The customer service was poor. After the long winter, I put the battery on the charge. The battery won't charge. I have a weed eater. The battery from the weed whacker will charge on both of the chargers. It hurts but it happens. I tried calling, got a message to email them with all the information, but also stayed on the line for an hour. No one answered. I sent in the email a week ago and didn't hear from them. The form on their website is broken. The battery on the weed wacker will last less than a year. I can get things done. The cultivator is a beast, but it becomes unreliable because of the non-existent CS. I will buy a third party battery that is less expensive than a replacement from greenworks and it is a much better deal. Greenworks is on a do not buy list. I will replace my weed wacker and cultivator with something better once they die. There is one more edit. The battery started to charge again about a month later. It worked as usual during the summer. I brought the battery in from the garage to hopefully charge it. The battery started charging a few weeks ago. I ignored them because they have no value to me. The tiller is still very strong. I got it to start a garden. I live in a rocky area. I had been breaking it up by hand and it took too long. I got 8 buckets of rocks for each bucket of dirt I got, and I used 5 gallon buckets to sift the dirt out of the rocks. I was going to rent a tiller but decided to buy one because it was so cheap. I thought I would have to buy new tines after I was done. They are strong. After a large rock got stuck between the tines and the hood, it properly shut down and after chipping it a bit it popped out and the tines were not warped. The battery lasts a long time. It's not bad for my small garden because it's not too heavy. I have not yet drained the battery. The battery is the biggest complaint. I use a rubber mallet to give it a few taps on each side. I have to figure out a better way to remove it. It would be great if the cover could be locked open so that it would be easier to remove.
The angle of the blade is adjusted for the capabilities of the edge. Text Sun Joe to ask questions. The 250 watt motor and 10 Steel tines are powerful enough to mix any soil type to allow air and water to penetrate for healthier roots and plants. The easy manEUVER is 6 in. The single-wheel design is ideal for cultivating in tight spaces. It's great for mixing soil amendments. Any place Power is at a premium, up to 60 minutes of running time. Light weight: Ultra-light at less than 4 lbs. To take the pain and strain out of cultivating.
👤It works well for tight areas. I used it for a large area in the front of the house that needed to have grass reseeded, and it works better than I thought. I have a hard clay soil. It took a bit of time, but it was done. I can handle it because it is light weight and won't jump. This is a good option if you are older and have more difficulty with the pains.
👤My hubs, who is 6'1'', says the handle is a little short for him. It works for me, I'm 5 feet tall. I mostly use it in raised beds. It's light enough for someone who doesn't have a lot of strength. The safety button on the handle is hard to push, but once it's engaged the tiller goes like gangbusters. If you hit a hard object, it will cause the tiller to bounce, which is a good safety feature, and it shuts off the motor, which is another good safety feature. The battery can do most of my beds without needing to be charged. The unit is not designed for hard packed soil. A small plant to uproots small weeds in a flower bed. I would highly recommend this unit for keeping ahead of the weeds.
👤The handle broke again. The manufacturer will be contacted for a replacement. We'll see how that goes. Contacted Sun Joe on 9/3/19. They immediately sent out a replacement part. Customer service was great. The company that deals with defects makes it worthwhile. My second Sun Joe product was a power washer that was a gift for my son. He loves it so far.
👤I bought this unit to till up the dry areas of my lawn for over seeding. I used the unit to till up the lawn area. It was fast and powerful. It took 30 minutes to do the entire area, and only used up a third of the battery charge. It would have been difficult to do with hand tools, since this was not easy to begin with. The unit is very pleased with, as well as 2 other Sun Joe products. I ordered the small corded blower which uses the same battery as the tiller because I was impressed. These products are recommended by me.
👤The dethatcher would work quicker if it was hand-operated. I counted the strands of dead, brown, unkempt short, and dry turf grass that had been ripped up after using for a minute to see if I could count the blades of grass. It was brought to my mulched area to try to act out the video. If the mulch is not airy then it is lose and lose. Yes, it will move it around a bit. No one is buying it to lift the mulch. They should stop selling this product because it doesn't do anything. Finally, the buyer. The brand new product advertised by the store was already 50% put together. There was no open box or used discounts. Sun joe products are usually great. Even though this one isn't a hit, it doesn't mean anyone should stay away from the brand.
Eco-friendly alternative to gas-powered lawn and garden equipment. Comes with a handy carrying handle. The entire unit is only 24 pounds. Handle Bars can be folded down for easy storage. Two-year limited warranty. You can come with a standard kickstand. gas only, no fuel mix is required on the Honda 4-cycle. The 25cc engine spins the tines twice as fast as other engines. It's just 24 pounds. Tine speed can be up to 240rpm.
👤We had good feelings about the company and product after we purchased a Mantis tiller. We got a new tiller yesterday and went out to use it today. It won't start. The old one was easy to start. We called it Mantis, but we got a person on the other end who didn't care and didn't offer any help. Since we did not purchase it from Mantis, there is no warranty and no help. We could take it to a service center and pay them. We were taken aback by the lack of product support, but the attitude was that if we didn't buy it directly from them, we were now an enemy. Amazon is good for the return, but it will take another 2 hours to take it apart, so it's not good for you. We will purchase a similar item from a different manufacturer when we send it back. Disgusted and angry.
👤There is a comparison between the four-cycle cultivator and the two-cycle cultivator. I've had an Earthquake 2-Cycle for two years. I ordered a new one after it began acting up. I bought the 4-cycle. The Honda engine was the determining factor. I have 5 other pieces of equipment with Honda engines and have found them to be reliable and easy to use. The engine in the Earthquake has started well, but it wouldn't run full speed. I have been using the Mantis for a couple of weeks and have found it to bounce more than the Earthquake. If you are working close to plants, this is a problem. The Earthquake uses less gas than the Mantis. The slicing tines on the Mantis only work when pulled backwards. You have to work side to side to get all the weeds. The Earthquake tines are a standard type of tines and work with the only gap between the 2 inner tines. The spark plug wire is coiled around the top of the spark plug and can pull out of the magneto assembly when removed to install a new spark plug. I can't justify the $345 for a Mantis compared to the $135 for the Earthquake as the carburetor and magneto assembly cost me only $50. If the Earthquake has future problems, the Mantis has become an expensive backup.
👤I was very excited to get this Tiller after reading many positive reviews. It took a long time for the unit to start and then it would stall out. After finally getting it going, the Tiller couldn't even make it across a previously tilled plot of land before some weeds wrapped themselves around the tines. It took me about 15 minutes to free the tines and after repeating steps 1 to 3 a few times I hauled this piece of vein buster into the shed. I was brave to try one more time after pre-weeding my potato field for two hours. It's easy, right? There were some unseen roots and a piece of bark in the soil that made the Mantis Tiller come to a screeching halt. I was trying to get it started. It is sitting on top of the compost pile waiting to be buried. I can't recommend this machine. After being in storage all winter and trying to get it to start in the greenhouse where the soil is soft, it no longer starts and is leaking oil. I want my money back.
The 500 watt motor runs cooler and lasts longer than traditional brush motors. The area can be 14 inches wide and 7 inches deep. Easy-glide wheels. It allows for maximum mobility in the yard. Light weight: It's just 33 lbs. They have you covered. Sun Joe customer promise is backed by your new workshop blower. New products will be valid for two years. There were no questions asked.
👤The Sun Joe 24V-X2-TLR14 48-Volt iON+ Cordless Garden Tiller is a good choice because larger gas powered alternatives have been out of stock for weeks. * Easy to assemble, light and light 5 star. A very powerful motor. The good: rocks can stop the tines from spinning The cheap battery charger is not as good as my other ones, but I'm a strong person and this thing is a lot of work. The only way to make it till is to stand in one spot, work it a couple inches into the soil, and slowly pull it backwards over and over. If you've ever lifted weights, use a rowing machine. You can use this method for about two feet a minute. You'll be fighting the gun. The problem is that the light bounces across the ground. After tilling two 25 foot rows, I borrowed a neighbor's rear tine Troy-Built tiller, which did the same job in just one tenth of the time. I found that you have to fight the Sun Joe to get it to till the soil.
👤Got it today. Assembly was easy. The batteries were charged. It is different from our gas tiller. It's a good little tiller for me. This is easy to handle. I will wait to see if they work themselves out. I think I will use it more than I thought. Read the instructions. There are differences between my tools.
👤I couldn't use the pull start after 20 years of using a Mantis tiller. The Mantis did everything with a push of a button. The raised bed has a tiller in it. It would probably not do well on new ground. I thought about 35 minutes. I needed a rest after 30 minutes, and the limit on the battery would be a problem. The batteries can be charged in under an hour. I will make a new review in 3 months.
👤I was excited to try it out because it arrived in a timely manner. It did not come with a charging pack or batteries. I had to pay over $100.00 for the batteries and the charger after I called the dealer. I would have bought a gas powered unit if I knew it was going to cost me $250.00. Hopefully, it does its job. I was disappointed in the total price.
👤A nice machine. Light weight and small. I miss reading the product and it doesn't come with batteries or a charger. I have to spend another 150 bucks on batteries. I would save time and buy the package deal if it was me. Waiting for batteries too. Will be updated when batteries come in.
👤I've had at least 5 small plants, electric, gas, and now my Sun Joe. It is the king of small plants. The garden rows are kept clean with the help of handles by a woman. I recommend without reservations.
👤I leveled my yard using this unit. It works well. It is not heavy enough to break hard new ground, but I think it will work for most of my needs. I am amazed at the battery life. It runs for 40 minutes with the 24V 4ah batteries. A small tool.
The Minimo robotic lawn mower with base, charging station tower, low-voltage cable, power supply unit, ruler, connectors, couplers, loop wire, stakes and operators manual was delivered. The 14-inch path gets your work done quicker. The 3-position tine depth adjustment helps control lawn health by removing matted layers. For reliable performance, the tines stay sharp for longer. The grip and handle are comfortable.
👤An excellent Dethatcher is effective for its size. The Amzn reviews encouraged me to give it a try and I don't regret it a bit. Renting a dethatcher from HD will cost you $75, you have to pick it up, transport it and return it. I had some unpleasant surprises with tool rentals that were broken or not working. There is a I have a smart neighbor. The cost was a no-brainer because we share tools. Does it work? ASO-LU-TELY! It does a great job, it's easy to push, and the tines seem to resist use fairly well. The tines are in a better shape after about 40,000 sqf of dethatching. Don't pull back, just go forward. Proper gauge is required when removing rocks and branches. The bigger cord should be placed first if you use 2 extension cords. On the outlet, there is 14 to the machine. Cut and bag the grass clippings before dethaching. If you have the time and energy, use a 90 degree angle. You will be surprised how effective it is. Don't apply a crabgrass controlfertilizer before you dethach. Changing the tissues. If you need to change some of them, you'll need a flat head screwdriver, a small mallet or hammer. The length under the head is 22. 1) Remove the screw(s) 2) Tap gently with a mallet to crack open the tine cartridge 3) With a flathead screwdriver, pry open until you can see the pin
👤I decided to become my own landscaper after getting a professional estimate to repair my lawn. I read reviews of the Green Works 27022 Corded De-thatcher and bought it. I purchased the heavy duty extension cord because one reviewer mentioned it. I used the Green Works De-thatcher on the entire yard four times. I filled yard waste containers and bags with debris. My husband and I filled the mole holes and tunnel dips with top soil. We spread grass seed on the bare spots and spread compost over the entire yard. The lawn was well watered. The results are shown in the photos. It isn't the $8,000 professional lawn, but it has been improved for $500 and a lot of hard work.
👤A product from a bad company. This is a great little machine. I assembled it this morning after it arrived. It only took a few minutes to assemble, although the instructions are incomplete in one and completely wrong in the other. I was aware of the problems and worked around them before they became an issue. The company has not tried to correct the problem. I used the machine for the first time today and was able to dethatch a large yard in about an hour. I could have done it in less time if I had wanted to. Raking up the thatch that was kicked up took more time than using the dethatcher. I tried to use my lawnmower to bag the thatch but it was too dry and light and half of the bag blew out from under the mower. I grabbed a rake and some lawn bags because the bag was filling up after less than 2 passes. I raked the thatch and then divided it into piles. My dog helped me by tearing apart the thatch pile until I could sleep. I had no problem with the machine overheating. I used a heavy duty extension cord. I stopped the machine for a short time after each length of my yard to flip the cord to the other side to keep it cool. The amount of time the machine runs and the extension cord used are two factors that can cause overheating. The extension cord was unplugged from the machine. I used a cord clip that came in the box to keep the cords connected. My lawn is made of a mix of different types of grass. As I went over the lawn, I adjusted my walking speed so that I wasn't tearing up the good stuff but was clearing the "thatchy" stuff. The machine is light enough that I could pick it up and move it around the yard. Sometimes it would go down when I was going through thatch. On a few occasions, I let the handle go and picked up the machine to clear the thatch that had built up underneath the housing. I only had to do it a couple of times, and I was impressed with how well it did, it was the first time in years that my yard had been detached. If I get 5 or 6 uses out of it, it will be a steal compared to renting and transporting a gas-powered dethacher. I think it will last a while. I am glad I bought it. There is one thing that really pisses me off about this machine. The company has been sending out incorrect instructions for 3.5 years. The manual has changed the settings. You need to first install the cord lock on the lower handle, that's what it tells you to do. If you use the recommended height settings, you are at risk of bending the tines or trashing the lawn. If you follow the assembly instructions, you will need to disassemble and start over. Greenworks has 3.5 years to make things right, because the manual has a revision date in January of 2015. But they have not. They ignore comments that call out the issue with the documentation when they reply to customer reviews on Amazon. Greenworks doesn't seem to give a damn that a simple sticker on the machine or the manual would fix this. I would never buy a product from them that costs a lot of money because of the way they handled the documentation problem. I am happy with the product but I don't want any more of my money if the company ships incorrect instructions for more than three years. Greenworks, get it together. Your mileage may change. The job is halfway complete and my helpers is relaxing in a pile of thatch.
The Roadie 24 holds 18 cans with a 2:1 ice-to-can ratio. It is 16 1/2” L, 14 1/2”W, and 17 1/2” H. Text Sun Joe to ask questions. It is powerFUL: 13. The motor can grow up to 16 in. Wide by 8 in. It was deep. 6 steel tines are for maximum performance. It's easy to steal. Convenient storage and easy transport are possible with the handle folds. The 3-position wheel adjustment is adjusted.
The 3-position wheel adjustment is adjusted. The Earthwise tiller has a powerful electric motor that has a superb run time and service life. Small to medium-sized gardens are ideal for a corded electric tiller. The long handle can cultivate up to 11" wide and8" deep. The 11-inch cultivator has a single lever switch. A machine with a soft grip is an alternative to gas-powered lawn and garden equipment.
👤I researched several of the small electric tillers on Amazon, and here is why I picked this one. I have a warm 25' cord for my vacuum cleaner. I knew I didn't want to push the power down to a monster tiller. The 14” tillers draw 7.5 Amps. I assumed that 14” of cut was too much to ask from a small motor because of the reviews I read. The Earthwise tiller was a good match-up for a reduced 11” cut. It would give a strong performance without burning up. I liked the single connected handle. I liked the idea of having wheels. They help to keep the tiller from digging too deep because one model doesn't have them. I am very happy with my choice now that I have used it. The tiller is sturdy and well made. It is not a toy even though it is small. It is a very strong tool that can turn up dirt quickly. I did a 10' x 40' area in my front yard in less than an hour. It would have been quicker if I didn't have to deal with the roots of the bushes that were there. I plan to use it to do my entire back yard when the rain stops and the ground dries out. Start at the front of your area and pull the tiller back while it is cutting. Let it walk you up and then pull back for the next row. The method clears your area quickly and also keeps the cord off to the side so you don't run over it. If you run back and forth all over the place, you will end up chopping your cord. If you try to use this with wet soil it will clump and lump. If the soil is dry, it will break into a smooth powder. When I bought this tiller, it was the cheapest in it's class. It went back down again. If you put this in your cart and watch for it to go low, you will be in good shape. You will save money. I hope this review helped you and that you enjoyed it.
👤This is my first time using a tiller, so I don't have much to compare it to. I like that it is light and strong. The weeds were able to be dug out and the grass was clear. I had to stop and untangle all the weeds from the blades because the bigger weeds got caught up in the tiller and the motor wouldn't start. Take your weed wacker and cut down the weeds. Easy to assemble and light weight. The job was done, but we had to stop to remove the weasels. Has it? The on switch is kind of awkward, pressing the button and pulling thetrigger, it seems to work better if you pull the tiller towards you. I am very impressed with this tiller, it got the job done and you can't beat the price.
👤I picked Earthwise because it offered the most features for the least money. It's not perfect, but it's a workhorse that beats the performance of others costing twice as much. The tine is fast to bust through tough stuff. It will buck easily, that's the biggest problem. I needed to replace my 25 year old 2 cycle gas tiller/cultivator since the engine still purrs, but the transmission bit the dust, and I decided to go for an electric model since a number of people in my gardening club rave about theirs. Which one to get? I was able to try out several and thought I'd post my impressions to help other people. The Sun Joe was the first one. One of my garden club friends bought it a year ago and he had nothing but good things to say about it. I had nothing to say after using it for a half hour. The two handle configuration of the machine made it difficult to use, and it put a strain on my shoulders and lower back. The handle position made it hard to control when it bucks again. It was not for Joe. I had a bad experience with this brand. I was never able to get a reply from the company to fix it. The handle problem killed the Sun Joe from my list. The Troy-Bilt was next.
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