7inch (17.5cm) wide by 28inch (70cm) long allows you to be standing whilst drilling the holes in soil.
Being a larger auger it is recommend you use a Higher Powered Variable Speed 240v or petrol powered Drill (13mm chuck) with side handle and clutch to protect you against kickback.
It has a common 13mm (1/2inch) hex head.
NOTE: We don't generally recommend this size Power Planter for home garden use. This is a professional grade auger used by Landscapers and does require a higher spec Drill and previous knowledge with power tools.
For DIY home garden Power Planters, please see the Home Gardener Range at this link.
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N.B. We hope it is pretty obvious... but we better say it - The price does not include the Dewalt Drill shown in the demonstration images. The Power Planter can fit onto any standard Australian drills with a 13mm chuck. (eg. Ryobi, Bosch, Black and Decker, Hitachi, etc )
Great bit of equipment. Will see how it holds up over time
only used it twice at this stage, but am really happy with it, works well.
This is fantastic. As a trial run I have planted 15 sapplings in 30 minutes. Now I know how to use my Powerplanter I will be faster.. Next month I plan to plant 230 azaleas. At my current use I can plant this many 5" pot in less than one day. Lachlan
Love it, have only used it on my 18V drill, makes planting bigger shrubs, putting in letter boxes and holes for small retaining walls a breeze, already paid for itself after 1 day
Sadly I'm unable to use the 728H as I'm not strong enough to manage it's power. My partner also had difficulty because the ground is like concrete due to the drought. Eventually we had perfectly round, deep holes that he barred the sides out of for our lovely new garden.