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Sun Joe 2.5-Amp 6-in Counter-rotating Corded Electric Cultivator

22 Reviews
  • Best use: small gardens and flower beds
  • Motor: 2.5 AMP
  • Maximum cultivating depth: 6in

$70.33

Thanks to this easy to use electric cultivator, you can quickly and easily cultivate your garden and get ready for planting. The TJ599E electric cultivator from Sun Joe packs a powerful punch for quick soil turnover. The Sun Joe TJ599E cultivates up to 6-inches deep with its four durable steel tines. The TJ599E garden cultivator is powered by a reliable 2.5 AMP electric motor, which means no more messing with gas and oil. Simply plug in your electric cultivator and start cultivating instantly. The TJ599E comes with a full two year warranty. Enrich your gardening experience with the electric cultivator from Sun Joe.
  • Best use: small gardens and flower beds
  • Motor: 2.5 AMP
  • Maximum cultivating depth: 6in
  • Durability: steel tilling blades
  • Instant start
  • Ergonomic handle design with adjustable telescoping shaft
  • Safety button engages tiller operation
  • No gas, oil or tune-ups make it effortless to start
  • Rotor: 4 blades
Weight 13.3 lbs
Dimensions 46.5 × 10.25 × 8.25 in

Latest reviews

  1. Jeeves56

    I bought this for a 6’x24′ raised vegetable garden. I only was able to use it for about 10% of the garden before it stopped turning. Turning it off and starting it again would get it turning, but the least bit of resistance would stop it again. There was a clicking sound in the motor box while running, sounded like a broken gear.

  2. Easyrider

    Easy to use, does a great job. Used on clay hillside, large gas powered tiller to hard to use. Rock jams easy to remove by turning the tines backward. Let tiller do the work, don’t force it! After two days, many rock and plastic string jams from previously laid sod that did not grow, tiller broke, tines would no longer turn. Had tiller less than a week. Contacted support via chat line. Shipped tiller back, prepaid via UPS. Called support with tracking information, new tiller shipped out the same day, arrived three days later.
    I recommend this tiller because it is easy to use, does the job is designed to do and outstanding customer support? Support person….Matt

  3. Liz’s garden

    Pros: 1. It’s electric, so no muss or fuss with gas or oil. 2. It’s very quiet compared to my last little cultivator. 3. It works very well in my beautiful garden soil. Con’s: 1. It takes 2 hands to hold the button in so that I can press the handle to engage the motor. Also, the back and forth tilling of the soil is problematic, in that there is a point at which my grip is not naturally firm, and it stops when the handle is not held firmly – taking both hands to restart. 2. It picks up rocks (generic to most cultivators) and refuses to engage until the rock is manually removed. Not very useful for rocky soil.

  4. USMC

    Piece of JUNK. Motor immediately began to slip, not allowing blades/tines to turn. I put back in box and immediately returned this to and received full refund..

  5. Franchino

    I have a fairly large vegetable garden and have wanted an easier way to control weeds and keep the soil loose. I have done this manually for over 50 years and wanted an easier way to do it, so I bought this tiller. It does not do the job any better or easier than the old way with a hoe. The blades cut vertically and so do not slice weed roots below the surface. it is also hard to manipulate around plants and support stakes. It does an ok job in open spaces, but for now, I will do it the old way my grandfather taught me.

  6. ChristianO

    I have clay soil that often forms semi-hard to hard clumps which will jam the tiller if larger than 2 inches, so I wore out the clutch in one year. However, I knew that it was light duty going in so I don’t blame the tool. Otherwise, it’s a good tool if the soil is not hard. In the narrow spaces in my rock-lined beds, it’s great, especially if you do a pass with the fork first (that was sometimes needed even with my Troybilt Pony). If I can’t replace the clutch, I’ll buy another.

  7. Cyndie

    This is the best little tiller ever!! Easy to use, not too heavy, and is pretty powerful. Get one!!

  8. Jeeves56

    I bought this for a 6’x24′ raised vegetable garden. I only was able to use it for about 10% of the garden before it stopped turning. Turning it off and starting it again would get it turning, but the least bit of resistance would stop it again. There was a clicking sound in the motor box while running, sounded like a broken gear.

  9. Easyrider

    Easy to use, does a great job. Used on clay hillside, large gas powered tiller to hard to use. Rock jams easy to remove by turning the tines backward. Let tiller do the work, don’t force it! After two days, many rock and plastic string jams from previously laid sod that did not grow, tiller broke, tines would no longer turn. Had tiller less than a week. Contacted support via chat line. Shipped tiller back, prepaid via UPS. Called support with tracking information, new tiller shipped out the same day, arrived three days later.
    I recommend this tiller because it is easy to use, does the job is designed to do and outstanding customer support? Support person….Matt

  10. Liz’s garden

    Pros: 1. It’s electric, so no muss or fuss with gas or oil. 2. It’s very quiet compared to my last little cultivator. 3. It works very well in my beautiful garden soil. Con’s: 1. It takes 2 hands to hold the button in so that I can press the handle to engage the motor. Also, the back and forth tilling of the soil is problematic, in that there is a point at which my grip is not naturally firm, and it stops when the handle is not held firmly – taking both hands to restart. 2. It picks up rocks (generic to most cultivators) and refuses to engage until the rock is manually removed. Not very useful for rocky soil.

  11. USMC

    Piece of JUNK. Motor immediately began to slip, not allowing blades/tines to turn. I put back in box and immediately returned this to and received full refund..

  12. Franchino

    I have a fairly large vegetable garden and have wanted an easier way to control weeds and keep the soil loose. I have done this manually for over 50 years and wanted an easier way to do it, so I bought this tiller. It does not do the job any better or easier than the old way with a hoe. The blades cut vertically and so do not slice weed roots below the surface. it is also hard to manipulate around plants and support stakes. It does an ok job in open spaces, but for now, I will do it the old way my grandfather taught me.

  13. ChristianO

    I have clay soil that often forms semi-hard to hard clumps which will jam the tiller if larger than 2 inches, so I wore out the clutch in one year. However, I knew that it was light duty going in so I don’t blame the tool. Otherwise, it’s a good tool if the soil is not hard. In the narrow spaces in my rock-lined beds, it’s great, especially if you do a pass with the fork first (that was sometimes needed even with my Troybilt Pony). If I can’t replace the clutch, I’ll buy another.

  14. Cyndie

    This is the best little tiller ever!! Easy to use, not too heavy, and is pretty powerful. Get one!!

  15. Jeeves56

    I bought this for a 6’x24′ raised vegetable garden. I only was able to use it for about 10% of the garden before it stopped turning. Turning it off and starting it again would get it turning, but the least bit of resistance would stop it again. There was a clicking sound in the motor box while running, sounded like a broken gear.

  16. Easyrider

    Easy to use, does a great job. Used on clay hillside, large gas powered tiller to hard to use. Rock jams easy to remove by turning the tines backward. Let tiller do the work, don’t force it! After two days, many rock and plastic string jams from previously laid sod that did not grow, tiller broke, tines would no longer turn. Had tiller less than a week. Contacted support via chat line. Shipped tiller back, prepaid via UPS. Called support with tracking information, new tiller shipped out the same day, arrived three days later.
    I recommend this tiller because it is easy to use, does the job is designed to do and outstanding customer support? Support person….Matt

  17. Liz’s garden

    Pros: 1. It’s electric, so no muss or fuss with gas or oil. 2. It’s very quiet compared to my last little cultivator. 3. It works very well in my beautiful garden soil. Con’s: 1. It takes 2 hands to hold the button in so that I can press the handle to engage the motor. Also, the back and forth tilling of the soil is problematic, in that there is a point at which my grip is not naturally firm, and it stops when the handle is not held firmly – taking both hands to restart. 2. It picks up rocks (generic to most cultivators) and refuses to engage until the rock is manually removed. Not very useful for rocky soil.

  18. USMC

    Piece of JUNK. Motor immediately began to slip, not allowing blades/tines to turn. I put back in box and immediately returned this to and received full refund..

  19. Franchino

    I have a fairly large vegetable garden and have wanted an easier way to control weeds and keep the soil loose. I have done this manually for over 50 years and wanted an easier way to do it, so I bought this tiller. It does not do the job any better or easier than the old way with a hoe. The blades cut vertically and so do not slice weed roots below the surface. it is also hard to manipulate around plants and support stakes. It does an ok job in open spaces, but for now, I will do it the old way my grandfather taught me.

  20. ChristianO

    I have clay soil that often forms semi-hard to hard clumps which will jam the tiller if larger than 2 inches, so I wore out the clutch in one year. However, I knew that it was light duty going in so I don’t blame the tool. Otherwise, it’s a good tool if the soil is not hard. In the narrow spaces in my rock-lined beds, it’s great, especially if you do a pass with the fork first (that was sometimes needed even with my Troybilt Pony). If I can’t replace the clutch, I’ll buy another.

  21. Cyndie

    This is the best little tiller ever!! Easy to use, not too heavy, and is pretty powerful. Get one!!

  22. Billlllllllllllll

    I have a large garden with rows of tomatoes and cutting flowers. Getting the weeds and grass out used to take two hours with a hoe – the Aardvark got it done in 10 minutes. The unit has much more power than I expected and is very precise. Despite the plastic it is very strongly constructed; I am sure that it will last for years. It’s been a long time since I was so satisfied with a new gadget. I would give it a sixth star if I could.

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