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Greenworks 8.5-Amp 11-in Forward-rotating Corded Electric Cultivator

49 Reviews
  • Powerful 8.5-amp motor for digging through tough soil
  • Forward rotating tines for easy loosening of ground and removal of dirt
  • Adjustable tilling width of 11 or 7.5-in for gardens or narrow flower beds

$118.15

  • Powerful 8.5-amp motor for digging through tough soil
  • Forward rotating tines for easy loosening of ground and removal of dirt
  • Adjustable tilling width of 11 or 7.5-in for gardens or narrow flower beds
  • Adjustable height allows for range of tilling depth of up to 5-in
  • Easy fold down handles for convenient storage
  • Easy start for hassle free operation
  • 4-year limited warranty
Weight 34.32 lbs
Dimensions 25.39 × 15.16 × 14.57 in

Latest reviews

  1. Allidap

    I have a gas powered cultivator that I have used for years and when I saw this electric one I had to give it a try. After all, no gas to buy or mix! Due to weather I had to wait a few weeks to give it a run. I found it very easy to assemble, no tools required, and seems pretty sturdy. I finally got to try it out in my garden yesterday and wow what a nice little machine! I till in all my egg shells and coffee grounds along with my wifes used tea bags and this monster tilled them right in with no effort. I think I will be retiring my gas powered one. My only dislike is having to drag an extension cord along with me as I go.

  2. Phillip

    First this is super easy to put together, no tools needed. The cultivator has a lot of power and did very well digging into the hard clay of KY. Had to hold it in place for a bit to break through. It handled the small rocks well and no visible damage to the blades. Hardest thing about using it is it had a tendency to jump around as it tried to dig in. Expect this would not be an issue for softer dirt.THe only complaint I have about the device is it creates a raised space in the middle which was only an issue in the fact I was trying to due just one line. Solid device over all and needs no gas.

  3. kc420

    This review applies to the 8.5 amp, 11” tilling width, corded Greenworks electric tiller. Assembly is required, but it was not difficult and took me less than 16 minutes with no tools. Assembly involves assembling & attaching the handle, attaching the wheel assembly, and putting on the tines. Just pay attention to the pictures and it goes pretty easily.

    It seems that all outdoor power equipment has to have its annoying safety features these days, and this is no exception. You need to push and hold a button (located about 10” below the end of the handle) with one hand and then pull the bail switch with another to make it go – every time you stop it for any reason.

    Tilling width with all 4 tines installed is 11”, and you can opt to just install 2 to cultivate less on each pass. Each tine extends about 3-1/2” from the shaft.

    My weather has not been cooperative since getting the tiller, making it too wet to do any serious work, but an animal of some kind has been rooting around in an area near my driveway where I had repaired a wash-out in an area of poor soil a couple of months ago. The area was a mess, with piles of straw and the better soil no longer evenly spread. I used the new cultivator to mix the straw, old soil and new – and it did a great job. (See pictures)

    This cultivator has plenty of power given its size. I have used small, 2-cycle tillers in the past and this seems to perform similarly. Unlike a 2-cycle machine, you don’t have to worry about storing and mixing fuel, or the hard-to-start issues that come with a gas-engine that is only used occasionally. But, you do have to deal with a cord. I did not find it difficult to keep the cord out of harm’s way, but it would obviously be a larger issue if trying to do a big area.

    This cultivator is not very heavy (under 30 lbs), so you should not expect to set it down on hard, dry clay soil and expect it to quickly spit out nice broken-up soil, as that is going to be a lot of work with any small machine (no fun with a big tiller either). But, this should be an excellent low-maintenance choice for flower beds or small garden areas. For occasional use, I would expect this to be a more economical and more trouble-free alternative to a small gas or battery-operated tiller.

  4. Long-Ranger

    I got the box home and opened it. It was all well packed. The instructions were buried so I had to unpack everything to find them. I read and followed the instructions however when it came to installing the tines the instruction verbage said how to install the tines but the diagrams showed something different. After some studying of the diagrams and the box pictures I found the verbage to be in error. That is the only reason for 4 stars instead of 5 stars. The tines cannot be properly installed following only the words as the markings on the tines in the directions are incorrect. Please note my pictures below for the proper tines arrangement and a picture of an incorrect arrangement as per the words. The instructions as to which go on the left side of the gearbox and on the right side of the gearbox are correct. However the orientation was mis-stated. Also a couple of minor notes: 1. There were no instructions for routing the wires but it is self evident. 2. There are 2 hitch pins to be used with the narrow configuration but no place to “store” them on the machine. I ended up clipping them on the left wire holder where they stayed very nicely during use.
    I used the machine to cultivate a small plot of ground to be seeded. I was fairly hard ground with some stones and weeds but the cultivator was able to work through the soil without issues. It only took a few minutes to prep a 4’x6′ area. I can see using this to prepare bald spots in the yard for grass planting and small garden areas. I would not want to use this for a huge garden but for smaller plots it is a very usable machine and easy to manage. This would be quite usable by ladies.

  5. Daniel

    Had my doubts and questioned the reviews. Not anymore that’s for sure. This thing is a BEAST!!!! I tilled up a 21ft circle to have a pool put up. Never had an issue with this tiller. Never bogged down, never over-heated. After purchasing this and it out performing what I expected it to do, I will never own a gas powered tiller. Great job with this one GreenWorks!!!!

  6. Dbay

    Very nice machine, no hassle of having a gasoline engine to start, especially when your cultivator sits idle all winter. Power was very adequate for an 11 inch wide unit. There are 3 height levels that adjust to your height on the angle that you want to till with. This unit being lightweight and only 11 inch wide in the soil makes it easy to keep weeds and grass out of the garden. It will allow you to plant your veggies closer together also. Or you can remove the inner 2 blades for to have a smaller width. If you have an extension cord to reach your flower bed, you are in business. It’s easy to start and very safe with it’s handle that shuts it off, when released. Also easy to put together, my wife had all done but the hitch pin.

  7. Tiller

    Easy to use and worth the small investment

  8. Martin

    I have had a Garden Works 11″ electric tiller for a long time. They are no longer available so I wanted to compare this one with the one I had. The old tiller has a 12A motor compared to the 8.5A one on this model I think the extra weight helped it work a little smoother. But this one performs very similar. The size is right for my garden bed as opposed to the gas rototillers that are good for tilling up a whole garden plot. It has plenty of power for it’s size it had no problem working up my bed. Electric means it’s relatively quiet and requires almost no maintenance when compared to gas ones. I didn’t have any problem controlling it. See the video for how it worked.

  9. miketrevor22

    Worked well at breaking up the soil/grass in my backyard. Ivy roots had spread through the grass and taken over. The till did a good job at breaking everything up but some of the thicker roots needed extra time and attention. Wish the tiller has some extra clips to hold the extension cord out of the way–holding the cord and the throttle bar became tiresome after awhile. The more time you spend in a section, the lower you can till down.

    There are two large silver lock pins that I have no idea where they are supposed to go..couldnt find them in the instructions, but they look important :/ Would be nice if the tines were a bit more robost/sharp. When not using, the till rest on its tines, which seems like there would be a better way.

  10. Neilster21

    Finally got around to trying this cultivator out and let me say I was pleasantly surprised. I wasn’t expecting it to have as much power as it did since its electric but it had no trouble digging through packed dirt. It is small so it wouldn’t be good if you’re looking to do a large garden but for the small ones I do in my back yard it’ll do just fine and unlike gas powered ones you don’t have to worry about running out of gas or have trouble starting it because 1 push of a button and it’s running. The price isn’t bad either compared to others, if you’re looking for a good little cultivator I’d highly recommend giving this one a try.

  11. Ryan

    Opened the box. Put it together. Ran it less than 15 min in the new garden bed and it clipped a root and it quit. After letting it sit, it started again with a fraction of the power, then ultimately quit again when I sank it in the soil. Started smelling like the motor was burning up.
    (Fill in here with excuses excuses for why I didn’t open it within 30 days, but now it’s a paperweight I couldn’t return at store 1855)
    To add salt in the wounds Greenworks is a company (based out of Mooresville NC).
    I know Opening Price Point is a recipe for failure, but was hoping for at least one or two seasons. Keep shopping friends.

  12. DOUG

    Assembly:
    Putting together the cultivator was not too difficult. I did find myself referencing the instructions a couple of times to ensure the blades were on correctly and all items were installed as needed. Definitely a one-person job, if needed.

    Operations:
    It operates REALLY well – does a great job for its size. What is great is that you can also reduce the blades from 4 to 2 if you are looking to do a smaller/thinner area.

    I am a fan of it not being a gas engine because i don’t really expect to use it regularly, so any maintenance that a gas engine would require, can be avoided with the electrical motor.

  13. Vinny

    I’m very happy with my purchase! This little machine made light work of my backyard which had dense clay, a lot of little rocks and small roots. I cant believe how fast I got throught the area and the soil came out nice and fine.

    The rototiller is pretty tough, and the tines come off quick and easily when roots get wrapped around them.

    What is also good is that it seems to have a thermal shutoff. After the hard clay got too much for it it wouldn’t start and I left it for 5 minutes. I came back and it was ready to go again. I reduced the depth and it didn’t happen again.

    I can’t belive I waited so long to buy one of these! Well worth the price.

  14. jimvines

    My wife bought this to use in our small garden. It’s lightweight and does a great job. She loves it.

  15. HappyGardener

    YAY, No more gas and no more carburator issues for me!! This tiller is perfect for a home garden! Don’t be fooled, a person could till a 20×24 foot garden in a matter of 20 minutes, super versatile, and only cost $139, Huge Bargain in my book! It’s lightweight, digs down 9-10 inches if you work it, and is super easy to lift, 25-30 pounds, and transport to friends’ gardens too! It is super easy to start and doesn’t hesitate going through clay soil. Two blades can be removed to till thin slices of garden as well.
    I used a 100 foot extension cord, 16 gauge, but will invest in a 14 gauge soon to better fit this tool and other needs.
    You won’t be sorry if you invest!

  16. Rob

    This product is built well and is easy to assemble. It has the power to cultivate an average yard’s garden. Worked through 1/2′ roots with ease. Did have to hand cut a few larger roots, but overall was very effective.

    There were two large cotter pins that were not called out in the assembly instructions and did not appear to be required for assembly.

  17. Rambo

    Normally I either hire someone to till my 20×20 garden or do it by hand with a pitch fork. But this year the cheapest person I could find to till it wanted $65 and getting up a bit in age 63 I really didn’t want to do myself by hand.
    I saw this at the new lower price and thought why not I will give it a try. Assembly was pretty simple [but then again I do that for a living] I bought this machine yesterday at 2:45 and drove 20 minutes back to my home. And by 5:15 I was finished tilling my garden. Some people comment that the machine wants to pull away from them. To avoid that problem you just need to pull it backwards instead of trying to hold it back from pulling.

  18. Jeff

    This tiller is amazing. I have a 100 foot extension cord and s few smaller ones to extend it. I normally buy gas but they only last a few seasons. This year I wanted battery or corded and I picked this corded tiller. Best choice I have made. One of the main reasons is I am tired of all the exhaust from my gas tillers and maintenace. This is plug and play, no gas or oil needed. You will have to sand your tines rod every so often as they do become difficult to remove your tines to clean. I tilled a full yard to plant grass seed. I tilled 12 trees to create a basin for deep watering. I have a lot planned. Buy it 🙂

  19. Darren

    My friends laughed when I brought this home. Now both are waiting to borrow it this weekend! This thing is a beast! Tore up my clay infested front yard like it was butter. ( Live in South Carolina upstate) This thing found 3 36″ rebar hiding in the dirt and threw them about 4 feet, that my friend is power. Get a good grip and go to town. The tines are easy peasy to remove to clean, simple assembly, I got it together in no time, no tools needed. No assembly instructions so keep the box for reference.
    150 bucks for a small cultivator is a bargain when renting 1 just a tad bigger at 16″ is 50 bucks a day. Pays for it self after 3 uses! And don’t cheap out on a cord….use one rated at least the recommended amp load. Also it is a purty green.

  20. DanielS

    Easy to put together within 5 minutes. Comes with 2 cotter pins to take off cogs for one-sided cultivating. Just don’t run into the ground too hard and burn it up. Really excited about using it this spring in the flower beds.

  21. Woody

    I bought this cultivator last week and have to say that it works great. We had a retaining wall installed in order to create a driveway and much of the excess dirt had been piled in the front yard until the driveway was completed. By the time the drive was finished and the remaining dirt had been spread out, our front yard was now all dirt and hard packed. I bought this to loosen the dirt in order to plant grass seed. Yesterday we cultivated the entire front yard (approximately 3,000 sg ft.) This machine was the bomb. It never hesitated and kept going for as long as I needed it to do. Now we just have to wait for the grass to start growing. I highly recommend this tool.

  22. Kiwirock

    I was excited to finally have a nice day and try this out. I’ve used gas cultivators and an electric one from a different brand before. This one sadly is not as powerful so it didn’t do much for turning over the hard soil on my lawn. It will eventually get the job done but I don’t think this is the best tool for compact hard soils. It did do great on a better quality soil so for small jobs in flower or garden beds this would be perfect. It’s super easy to put together and operation is as simple as pushing a button. Once on it does have the tendency to run away with you a bit, it would be nice if that were better controlled.

  23. Jimbo

    As always, for safety and performance READ the manual to assemble and operate the tiller safely. The tiller is versatile in that you can vary the width of the tilling by simply removing the tines (all of them) and re-install just the outer ones with the clips supplied. This is not a heavy duty one that eats you alive, but is great for small gardens or areas you want to work over. The lock device that prevents accidental starting works as it should.

    This is not a toy, it is a tool! The fact that it is electrical and doesn’t harm the environment is important to most people.

    Use the safety procedures that are in the manual!

  24. Mr Mrs Craven

    My husband bought this to till the yard for new grass! It did a great job! Now I can have it for my garden! Was able to get my fall garden together! Love this tiller!!

  25. Shoulda bought it before

    Works hard, no complaints, from it or me. Certainly nothing like the gas powered behemoth, but this little thing works impressively.

  26. Blondie

    This works better than I ever imagined. No wonder they have been selling out!! It’s not very heavy, plus it has wheels to roll. I highly recommend this. I bought one for my son for Fathers Day. Warning: people will want to borrow it.

  27. Dianna

    I used this tiller all of three times. First two times it worked great and I was very happy. Third time I hit a small rock that got stuck between the tines and underside of guard. I stopped unit as soon as I heard it hit. Got rock out fine but when I went to use it again it made a humming sound then died. Of course doesn’t show it on my MY account even though I know I used it bc I got my military discount. Looking at Q & A on website company says it only intended for garden beds and not designed for small rocks. So warranty is basically useless! How can they say their product can’t stand up to anything over a 1 inch branch or small rock? The motor shouldn’t have broken so easily especially when I was being very careful and listening for problems. Don’t buy if you are cultivating much more than potting soil.

  28. DrLe

    I bought this even though I was aware of other reviews reporting it wouldn’t run, hoping those problems had been fixed. But it was dead. I’m an electrician, so I traced the problem to the safety switch. I opened it up with 4 screws and found the lever that connects to the cable was not installed properly. It was not activating the push button. I moved it so it hooked INSIDE the lip of the piece that holds the spring, and reassembled, and now it works properly. Simple fix except a little trickly to get the spring back in position while screwing the case back together. Once repaired this machine worked great in my garden.

  29. Anonymous

    After at least 8 hours use it is still tight strong and powerful. I’m happy. I was fearful it would be junk but it is good. Feel comfortable, buy it.

  30. Allidap

    I have a gas powered cultivator that I have used for years and when I saw this electric one I had to give it a try. After all, no gas to buy or mix! Due to weather I had to wait a few weeks to give it a run. I found it very easy to assemble, no tools required, and seems pretty sturdy. I finally got to try it out in my garden yesterday and wow what a nice little machine! I till in all my egg shells and coffee grounds along with my wifes used tea bags and this monster tilled them right in with no effort. I think I will be retiring my gas powered one. My only dislike is having to drag an extension cord along with me as I go.

  31. Phillip

    First this is super easy to put together, no tools needed. The cultivator has a lot of power and did very well digging into the hard clay of KY. Had to hold it in place for a bit to break through. It handled the small rocks well and no visible damage to the blades. Hardest thing about using it is it had a tendency to jump around as it tried to dig in. Expect this would not be an issue for softer dirt.THe only complaint I have about the device is it creates a raised space in the middle which was only an issue in the fact I was trying to due just one line. Solid device over all and needs no gas.

  32. kc420

    This review applies to the 8.5 amp, 11” tilling width, corded Greenworks electric tiller. Assembly is required, but it was not difficult and took me less than 16 minutes with no tools. Assembly involves assembling & attaching the handle, attaching the wheel assembly, and putting on the tines. Just pay attention to the pictures and it goes pretty easily.

    It seems that all outdoor power equipment has to have its annoying safety features these days, and this is no exception. You need to push and hold a button (located about 10” below the end of the handle) with one hand and then pull the bail switch with another to make it go – every time you stop it for any reason.

    Tilling width with all 4 tines installed is 11”, and you can opt to just install 2 to cultivate less on each pass. Each tine extends about 3-1/2” from the shaft.

    My weather has not been cooperative since getting the tiller, making it too wet to do any serious work, but an animal of some kind has been rooting around in an area near my driveway where I had repaired a wash-out in an area of poor soil a couple of months ago. The area was a mess, with piles of straw and the better soil no longer evenly spread. I used the new cultivator to mix the straw, old soil and new – and it did a great job. (See pictures)

    This cultivator has plenty of power given its size. I have used small, 2-cycle tillers in the past and this seems to perform similarly. Unlike a 2-cycle machine, you don’t have to worry about storing and mixing fuel, or the hard-to-start issues that come with a gas-engine that is only used occasionally. But, you do have to deal with a cord. I did not find it difficult to keep the cord out of harm’s way, but it would obviously be a larger issue if trying to do a big area.

    This cultivator is not very heavy (under 30 lbs), so you should not expect to set it down on hard, dry clay soil and expect it to quickly spit out nice broken-up soil, as that is going to be a lot of work with any small machine (no fun with a big tiller either). But, this should be an excellent low-maintenance choice for flower beds or small garden areas. For occasional use, I would expect this to be a more economical and more trouble-free alternative to a small gas or battery-operated tiller.

  33. Long-Ranger

    I got the box home and opened it. It was all well packed. The instructions were buried so I had to unpack everything to find them. I read and followed the instructions however when it came to installing the tines the instruction verbage said how to install the tines but the diagrams showed something different. After some studying of the diagrams and the box pictures I found the verbage to be in error. That is the only reason for 4 stars instead of 5 stars. The tines cannot be properly installed following only the words as the markings on the tines in the directions are incorrect. Please note my pictures below for the proper tines arrangement and a picture of an incorrect arrangement as per the words. The instructions as to which go on the left side of the gearbox and on the right side of the gearbox are correct. However the orientation was mis-stated. Also a couple of minor notes: 1. There were no instructions for routing the wires but it is self evident. 2. There are 2 hitch pins to be used with the narrow configuration but no place to “store” them on the machine. I ended up clipping them on the left wire holder where they stayed very nicely during use.
    I used the machine to cultivate a small plot of ground to be seeded. I was fairly hard ground with some stones and weeds but the cultivator was able to work through the soil without issues. It only took a few minutes to prep a 4’x6′ area. I can see using this to prepare bald spots in the yard for grass planting and small garden areas. I would not want to use this for a huge garden but for smaller plots it is a very usable machine and easy to manage. This would be quite usable by ladies.

  34. Daniel

    Had my doubts and questioned the reviews. Not anymore that’s for sure. This thing is a BEAST!!!! I tilled up a 21ft circle to have a pool put up. Never had an issue with this tiller. Never bogged down, never over-heated. After purchasing this and it out performing what I expected it to do, I will never own a gas powered tiller. Great job with this one GreenWorks!!!!

  35. Dbay

    Very nice machine, no hassle of having a gasoline engine to start, especially when your cultivator sits idle all winter. Power was very adequate for an 11 inch wide unit. There are 3 height levels that adjust to your height on the angle that you want to till with. This unit being lightweight and only 11 inch wide in the soil makes it easy to keep weeds and grass out of the garden. It will allow you to plant your veggies closer together also. Or you can remove the inner 2 blades for to have a smaller width. If you have an extension cord to reach your flower bed, you are in business. It’s easy to start and very safe with it’s handle that shuts it off, when released. Also easy to put together, my wife had all done but the hitch pin.

  36. Tiller

    Easy to use and worth the small investment

  37. Martin

    I have had a Garden Works 11″ electric tiller for a long time. They are no longer available so I wanted to compare this one with the one I had. The old tiller has a 12A motor compared to the 8.5A one on this model I think the extra weight helped it work a little smoother. But this one performs very similar. The size is right for my garden bed as opposed to the gas rototillers that are good for tilling up a whole garden plot. It has plenty of power for it’s size it had no problem working up my bed. Electric means it’s relatively quiet and requires almost no maintenance when compared to gas ones. I didn’t have any problem controlling it. See the video for how it worked.

  38. miketrevor22

    Worked well at breaking up the soil/grass in my backyard. Ivy roots had spread through the grass and taken over. The till did a good job at breaking everything up but some of the thicker roots needed extra time and attention. Wish the tiller has some extra clips to hold the extension cord out of the way–holding the cord and the throttle bar became tiresome after awhile. The more time you spend in a section, the lower you can till down.

    There are two large silver lock pins that I have no idea where they are supposed to go..couldnt find them in the instructions, but they look important :/ Would be nice if the tines were a bit more robost/sharp. When not using, the till rest on its tines, which seems like there would be a better way.

  39. Neilster21

    Finally got around to trying this cultivator out and let me say I was pleasantly surprised. I wasn’t expecting it to have as much power as it did since its electric but it had no trouble digging through packed dirt. It is small so it wouldn’t be good if you’re looking to do a large garden but for the small ones I do in my back yard it’ll do just fine and unlike gas powered ones you don’t have to worry about running out of gas or have trouble starting it because 1 push of a button and it’s running. The price isn’t bad either compared to others, if you’re looking for a good little cultivator I’d highly recommend giving this one a try.

  40. Ryan

    Opened the box. Put it together. Ran it less than 15 min in the new garden bed and it clipped a root and it quit. After letting it sit, it started again with a fraction of the power, then ultimately quit again when I sank it in the soil. Started smelling like the motor was burning up.
    (Fill in here with excuses excuses for why I didn’t open it within 30 days, but now it’s a paperweight I couldn’t return at store 1855)
    To add salt in the wounds Greenworks is a company (based out of Mooresville NC).
    I know Opening Price Point is a recipe for failure, but was hoping for at least one or two seasons. Keep shopping friends.

  41. DOUG

    Assembly:
    Putting together the cultivator was not too difficult. I did find myself referencing the instructions a couple of times to ensure the blades were on correctly and all items were installed as needed. Definitely a one-person job, if needed.

    Operations:
    It operates REALLY well – does a great job for its size. What is great is that you can also reduce the blades from 4 to 2 if you are looking to do a smaller/thinner area.

    I am a fan of it not being a gas engine because i don’t really expect to use it regularly, so any maintenance that a gas engine would require, can be avoided with the electrical motor.

  42. Vinny

    I’m very happy with my purchase! This little machine made light work of my backyard which had dense clay, a lot of little rocks and small roots. I cant believe how fast I got throught the area and the soil came out nice and fine.

    The rototiller is pretty tough, and the tines come off quick and easily when roots get wrapped around them.

    What is also good is that it seems to have a thermal shutoff. After the hard clay got too much for it it wouldn’t start and I left it for 5 minutes. I came back and it was ready to go again. I reduced the depth and it didn’t happen again.

    I can’t belive I waited so long to buy one of these! Well worth the price.

  43. jimvines

    My wife bought this to use in our small garden. It’s lightweight and does a great job. She loves it.

  44. HappyGardener

    YAY, No more gas and no more carburator issues for me!! This tiller is perfect for a home garden! Don’t be fooled, a person could till a 20×24 foot garden in a matter of 20 minutes, super versatile, and only cost $139, Huge Bargain in my book! It’s lightweight, digs down 9-10 inches if you work it, and is super easy to lift, 25-30 pounds, and transport to friends’ gardens too! It is super easy to start and doesn’t hesitate going through clay soil. Two blades can be removed to till thin slices of garden as well.
    I used a 100 foot extension cord, 16 gauge, but will invest in a 14 gauge soon to better fit this tool and other needs.
    You won’t be sorry if you invest!

  45. Rob

    This product is built well and is easy to assemble. It has the power to cultivate an average yard’s garden. Worked through 1/2′ roots with ease. Did have to hand cut a few larger roots, but overall was very effective.

    There were two large cotter pins that were not called out in the assembly instructions and did not appear to be required for assembly.

  46. Rambo

    Normally I either hire someone to till my 20×20 garden or do it by hand with a pitch fork. But this year the cheapest person I could find to till it wanted $65 and getting up a bit in age 63 I really didn’t want to do myself by hand.
    I saw this at the new lower price and thought why not I will give it a try. Assembly was pretty simple [but then again I do that for a living] I bought this machine yesterday at 2:45 and drove 20 minutes back to my home. And by 5:15 I was finished tilling my garden. Some people comment that the machine wants to pull away from them. To avoid that problem you just need to pull it backwards instead of trying to hold it back from pulling.

  47. Jeff

    This tiller is amazing. I have a 100 foot extension cord and s few smaller ones to extend it. I normally buy gas but they only last a few seasons. This year I wanted battery or corded and I picked this corded tiller. Best choice I have made. One of the main reasons is I am tired of all the exhaust from my gas tillers and maintenace. This is plug and play, no gas or oil needed. You will have to sand your tines rod every so often as they do become difficult to remove your tines to clean. I tilled a full yard to plant grass seed. I tilled 12 trees to create a basin for deep watering. I have a lot planned. Buy it 🙂

  48. Darren

    My friends laughed when I brought this home. Now both are waiting to borrow it this weekend! This thing is a beast! Tore up my clay infested front yard like it was butter. ( Live in South Carolina upstate) This thing found 3 36″ rebar hiding in the dirt and threw them about 4 feet, that my friend is power. Get a good grip and go to town. The tines are easy peasy to remove to clean, simple assembly, I got it together in no time, no tools needed. No assembly instructions so keep the box for reference.
    150 bucks for a small cultivator is a bargain when renting 1 just a tad bigger at 16″ is 50 bucks a day. Pays for it self after 3 uses! And don’t cheap out on a cord….use one rated at least the recommended amp load. Also it is a purty green.

  49. DanielS

    Easy to put together within 5 minutes. Comes with 2 cotter pins to take off cogs for one-sided cultivating. Just don’t run into the ground too hard and burn it up. Really excited about using it this spring in the flower beds.

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  • Includes 7 plastic accessories: 2 seasoning bottles, 1 pan, 1 pot, 2 spatulas, 1 phone
  • With ice maker, 3 plastic ice cube, and a cup included
  • Includes 2 electric stoves with sound and light effect

Victory Tailgate St. Louis Blues Outdoor Washer Toss

$51.77
(1 Review)
  • Carry handles for easy transport
  • Includes 8 washers (4 black, 4 white)

Kobalt Gen4 40-volt 14-in Brushless Cordless Electric Chainsaw Ah (Tool Only)

$84.15
(17 Reviews)
  • Brushless motor offers increased power, longer run time and prolonged motor life
  • Automatic Chain Lubrication
  • Brushless motor produces up to 145 cuts of 4in x 4in fir wood

MANTIS Mantis 3000 Series Cultivator 9-Amp 12-in Forward-rotating Corded Electric Cultivator

$118.15
(25 Reviews)
  • 16 sturdy steel power-trowel tines deliver impressive tilling cultivating and weeding performance
  • Comfortable ergonomic cushioned foam grips and fingertip controls for ease of operation
  • 3-position wheels adjust to manage cultivating depth and for easy transport raise to maximum height for deeper digging or to stow up out of the way

WORX Turbine 12-Amp 800-CFM 135-MPH Corded Electric Leaf Blower

$76.48
(20 Reviews)
  • [THE MOST POWERFUL ELECTRIC BLOWER] TURBINE tech spins out 800 cfm at 135 mph. No other electric blower is doing that
  • [VARIBALE SPEEDS] Different tasks require different speeds. You can clear corners and driveways quicker at a slower speed, so we let you dial it down when you need to
  • [HYPER-STREAM] We’ve included an attachable air-nozzle for when you need a focused air stream in tougher places

Greenworks 1800 PSI 1.1-Gallon-GPM Cold Water Electric Pressure Washer

$84.98
(22 Reviews)
  • PWMA Certified
  • Generates 1.1 GPM to blast away dirt and grime
  • Lightweight and a convenient carry handle

GoSports Outdoor Corn Hole with Case

$85.00
(18 Reviews)
  • PATRIOTIC FUN: Game set includes 2 premium water-resistant 4 ft x 2 ft foldable cornhole boards crafted from solid MDF, 8 all-weather regulation bean bags, portable carrying case and rules
  • RUSTIC AMERICAN DESIGN: Vintage inspired cornhole boards designed to look like repurposed barnwood planks featuring the American Flag – the Stars and Stripes design is also perfect for display when not in use
  • EVENT DAY FAVORITE: Hours of fun with friends and family at tailgates, holiday weekends, cookouts, campsites, and more

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