3inch (7.5cm) wide by 24inch (60cm) long with a Hardened Steel Tip and additional welding. Allows you to be standing whilst drilling the holes in soil.
This is the Professional Trade version. The right choice for frequent use. It has a solid steel shaft that wont bend of twist out of shape.
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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 )
I now have 2 Power Planters - one for bulbs and one for larger plantings. Never has my shovel been more redundant now I have these two Power Planters. as I have clay base in my garden it drills into it like butter and makes planting so much easier. Power Planter saves my time and saves my back. Any keen gardener MUST have at least one Power Planter in their possession, a professional landscape gardener would cut their preparation time in half with this tool. I have found a renewed love for gardening with beautiful results with this time saving Power Planter. You'd be crazy to keep using a shovel, trowel, tiller again. Highly recommended.
Great hole digger, just brace yourself well so you don't hurt your writs
This is a great product to dig holes for plants and fence posts.
As a macadamia farmer Its a great tool for planting the orchard. Saves me time and money......the secret is buying and using the correct drill for the application. Ensure you discuss this Mark when buying the powerplanter then no doubt you will find this tool very useful in the garden
Thanks for the great review. I was given a Macadamia Tree for Christmas! My first. Id love to add a photo of you with your Power Planter and plantation behind to this review as it will help other farmers discover the Power Planter too. Do you think you could do that for me? Email me back. Thanks Colin for being a great customer. Brian www.powerplanter.com.au
All I wanted was a tool that helped... This is that tool. Just remember it's only as good as it's operator. If you can't handle big things this isn't the tool for you.