5inch (12.5cm) 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 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.
Popular uses are:
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 )
Hungry ground full of rocks and clay that takes ages to dig holes of any size is no longer an issue. Make sure you have a handle - and a clutch if possible - else you will feel it's full power. Wish I had this when I did the fencing project!
Yes it worked a treat saved me digging 500 holes by hand in 2 days. Ground needs to be soft ie damp and it bites /stalls the battery drill in rocky soil. The auger did the job expected of it.
Fastest way I know to dig holes. I am about to plant 500 Azaleas which I hope to do single handed (with my power planter and dewalt) in one day. Not an add I intend to do it.
This really makes the job so easy i attached it to my rotary hammer drill it works a treat O
Great ! Very happy with my purchase