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๐ŸŒธ Planting a 6x16 5-Inch Extended Length Flower Bed Review

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Description of ๐ŸŒธ Planting a 6x16 5-Inch Extended Length Flower Bed

The planting auger for drill designed with new model upgraded bit and more spirals on the solid shaft, ensures digging holes 10 times working efficiency, extremely increase your planting efficiency and you have more time enjoy the planting season. Planting auger for drill made of heavy duty steel with black paint coated for long service time. Extended length 16.5inch will make you stand up digging holes for planting instead bending over, really necessary tool in your planting season. Heavy duty solid shaft will work on any kinds of soils. Auger bits size is 1.6nch diameter by 16.5inch length, suitable for planting all kinds of bulbs and flowers of different sizes. 16.5inch length will also prevent you from back strain, donโ€™t need to bend over so much to dig holes like the traditional way using a shovel. The pointed triangle bit of the auger drill bit has a small hole on it for easily hanging storage when not in use. Fit any 3/8โ€ hex drive drill, please using drill with adjustable drill chuck to fit any sizes augers, you will never worry about if the auger fit your drill any more. 18V or larger cordless drill recommended. Package include 1.6x16.5inch solid shaft intensive blades auger drill bit and 2 mini garden tools(help you transplant seedlings and drill potted plant hole.) Great gift ideas for anyone who loves doing garden work, will help them planting potted plants, vegetables, flowers, bulbs, soils, paint and so on. Also can bring earth drill on vacation to drill a hole in sand to anchor your beach umbrella and outdoor tents.

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Revainrating 1 out of 5

This drill works on all soil types.

Used to dig holes and install mole spikes in lawns. My soil ranges from rock hard to hard to dig clay. I couldn't deal with him with a shovel or spade. The screw made it easy.

Pros
  • Free for educational purposes
Cons
  • Mostly good, but...

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Sturdy and worked great.

Great tool! The drill easily and quickly drills holes for tulips in very stony soil. Last year I had to use a dig pole to do the same. The drill made the job easier and apart from the worn paint it is now like new.

Pros
  • Easy setup
Cons
  • Without automatic controls

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Working but cheap metal

Working but cheap metal, my drill chuck broke after 12 holes in sandy soil. Now that I know how useful such a tool is, I would spend more for a better brand. I would also look for one with the snail blades running up the shaft in three directions.

Pros
  • Endurance test results
Cons
  • Empty

Revainrating 5 out of 5

NOT worth $20. Might cost $5

not worth it. We bought it so we wouldn't have to bend down a lot when gardening. The picture is a BIG LIE! The length is much shorter and yes we didn't compare the sizes but the FALSE ADVERTISEMENT contains photos that misrepresent the product. Also, only use it in dry mud. Wet dirt simply sticks and instead of loose dirt, a hole is created in the floor.

Pros
  • practical item
Cons
  • expensive

Revainrating 5 out of 5

This drill meets and exceeds performance expectations!

Heavy steel auger construction and very strong welds between auger and shank give it strength not only in loose soil but also in compacted clay soil. The snail is covered with a thick layer of paint that protects it from corrosion. There is nothing I dislike about this drill and I would recommend it to others who want a quality drill at an affordable price.

Pros
  • Heavy Duty Construction
Cons
  • No Instructions

Revainrating 1 out of 5

Ideal for digging planting holes

Very simple: It works! We have terrible soil here (a new house with a lot of mounds in the yard) so it's almost impossible to dig here with a shovel. It's like digging a gravel hole. It's not a perfect solution, but that's only because the quality of our floor is very poor. In my old backyard, that would be awesome. It can "get stuck" when it hits rocks, but I just pull it out and move it around and it really made planting lots of flowers and bulbs a lot easier than trying to dig with a shovelโ€ฆ

Pros
  • Everything is great!
Cons
  • Big and chunky

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Great tool in Auger Bit

Was concerned by the reviews saying the end that goes in the bit is stripping and some other quality comments. I use an old Ryobi 18v cordless drill and have had no problems with it. I've used this to loosen rocky soil (soil with a few baseball sized rocks) when planting hydrangeas. The work wasn't difficult, but this made it even easier. No, it won't drill into rock and will probably work in some of the clay soils I've seen. But it's not a hydraulically powered tool attached to a heavyโ€ฆ

Pros
  • Auger Bit
Cons
  • Non-Automatic

Revainrating 5 out of 5

Works as intended - drill

Connects to a Dewalt cordless drill; and really dig! (pun intended) Your mileage may vary depending on the terrain you're trying to hit. For example, once I was careless enough to drive it into the ground with one hand (horrible mistake, don't try this at home), the drill caught on a rock, and the force of my drill twisted my wrist like a rubber band. .Please be careful and control the drilling speed and always try to drive it with both hands. Another tip I found helpful, don't drive likeโ€ฆ

Pros
  • Power Tool Parts & Accessories
Cons
  • Not as thick as other picks

Revainrating 1 out of 5

Worked great for the 1st hole.

Background: I live near Phoenix, Arizona. The soil here is clayey and very, very dry. I bought this with the idea of using it to "pre-drill" holes that I would insert landscape lighting poles into. Cut through hard, condensed clay. The first lamp came with no problems. I went to where the second lantern should have been. Once again this snail worked like magic. or so I thought. I pulled the chisel out of the ground and found that only part of the shank (middle) was left. The "twisted" part ofโ€ฆ

Pros
  • Drill
Cons
  • Slightly wrinkled