This one-man post-hole digger is ideal for installing fence posts, decks, planting trees and shrubs, ice fishing, and more. It is lightweight and easy to start. In addition, it is come with 4" earth auger bits for easily drilling through the toughest soil conditions.
- Heavy Duty Performance - Powerful 1200 Watt motor delivers up to 90 foot pounds of torque for great digging applications and projects
- Easy and Comfortable Operation - Simple to use powerhead comes with a anti vibration handle and allows you to work comfortably even with one hand
- Safety Lock - Powerhead is equipped with a safety lock function that prevents any accidental triggering for added security
- Comfortable Handles - Ergonomic design. Our one-man post digger features two anti-skid, vibration-proof grips, providing maximum leverage and stability while work
- Versatile Auger Bit Included - Includes (1) auger bit that is ideal for a wide range of home applications such as installing fence posts, planting, and other lawn applications
- Rated Watt: 1200W
- Voltage: 110V/60hz
- Amp: 10.9
- Max Torque: 90ft/lb
- Horsepower: 1.6HP
- No Load Speed: 200RPM
- Overall Dimension Bit: 31-1/2"(L) x 4"(W)
- Overall Dimension w/ Bit: 23-1/4"(W) x 15"(L) x 43"(H)
- Assemble Required: Yes
- Electric Earth Auger
- 4" Auger Bit
- Hex Spanner
Easy to Assemble, Easy to Use, Perfect for post holes, digging a trench or planting shrubs. Combine your digs in a line to loosen dirt to dig a trench or in a circle to plant shrubs.
Easy to set up. Simple and safe to operate. Exactly what I needed to get the job done.
If you're drilling into the ground and you're not a pro, it takes two, no matter how many handles are on this thing. At least in the red clay of Georgia.
It's solid, well built. Does a great job drilling down. I used it in Arizona where the soil was somewhat clay like and it worked fine. I hit a little concrete and couldn't go through in one spot so had to dig and break it up. Other than that it worked like a charm.One tip:Since it torques to the left, if you move your left leg forward slightly and bend it, you can hold the handle against your left thigh, so if the drill does catch, it'll be buffered and your leg will absorb most of the torque.I was a little concerned about the torque when I first used it. But, actually found it to be mild - easy to handle.
I gave this 5 stars because it did exactly what I wanted it to do" drill holes. You'll soon find it has the potential to get you hurt. I found that crouching low and bracing it against my leg was helpful in absorbing the quick, violent, sudden motions you'll sure to experience.