What drill do you recommend?
If you are looking for an excellent Drill to use with your Power Planters - we highly recommend the Dewalt 996 along with 5 A/h high capacity batteries.
Plus this is an excellent cordless drill for general DIY and trade use.
DEWALT's most powerful 18V XR Li Ion Brushless XRP hammer drill/driver. Includes side handle and 13mm chuck to fit any of the Power Planter Range
|2 x 5A/h Lithium Ion Batteries (the largest capacity you can get)||$258.00|
|Fast DeWalt Charger||$139.00|
|TSTAK Compatible Kitbox||$55.00|
|Package Deal Price||
Full Specs below.
(See blue notes for why this drill package is so ideal to use with your Power Planters)
Warranty Specifications (We like DeWalt because they really stand by their products giving you excellent Warranty and Guarantees. They can do this because they produce a very sturdy drill)
What I expected the power planter to be When I started digging my garden It delivered beyond my expectations. So Thumbs up for the Power Planter
What a great piece of equipment. It drives both the 312 and the 324H without any sign of slowing down. It is a well made drill. Feels robust and easy to use. Would recommend this drill for pairing with the Power Planters. It also makes drilling through hard bricks like a hot knife through butter. Battery life is excellent. Throughly recommend this drill.
I have stony-clay soil, and used with a dab-dab-dab motion as recommended, the Power Planter augers simply cast aside the obstacles and produce a fine tilth in no time. Exactly as demonstrated in the sales videos. The torque at setting 11 on 18v deWald drill recommended by Power Planter makes light work of any soil. Astonishingly effective, simple to use. My order was delivered to Darwin in 3 days from NSW. Highly recommended. At 77 I had resigned myself to not planting a great deal in future, but this combo is life-changing! Planting holes large and small are cropping up everywhere.
This drill kit is excellent for the power planter. The side handle is great at controlling the planter in hard ground. A drill with a resticted trigger would be great but I don't think they make them anymore. Phil
Great! Much better than my old cordless drill. Loads of power!