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Best Garden Tiller Reviews

best-garden-tillerWhat is the best Garden Tiller on the market?

There are tons of Garden Tillers out there and now we will help you find the best Garden Tiller and fit your needs.

Husqvarna DRT900H 17-Inch 160cc Honda GCV160 Rear Tine Dual Rotating Tiller (CARB Compliant)

Pros: great service, on-time delivery, great for the money, it is solid with very good wheels, best part is that honda engine, runs strong, starts the first pull every time, definitely powerful enough, runs very quietly, the dual rotating option is wonderful, easy to maneuver, it churns that compacted hard clay soil up easily, nice depth and a fair width, chews and cultivated land nicely

Cons: no problems

Mantis 7262-00-02 4-Cycle Honda Gas-Powered Tiller/Cultivator

Pros: the tiller does well in cultivation and preparing the soil, even works great on hard pack soil, light enough for one person to easily lift and move to different locations, no mixing oil and gas, Honda engine, 4-cycle is the only way to go, made garden work much easier and faster, turning hard clumpy soil into beautiful crumbly soil down to an impressive depth, much more dependable than other similar tillers

Cons: it doesn’t have the power or weight to take on rocky soil or too many tough roots

Earthquake 26750 Vector Front tine Rototiller with 99cc 4-Cycle Viper Engine

Pros: small tiller just right for you, easy assembly, extremely well built, for a small engine it has really good digging power, great power to do the toughest job, easy to handle, tines allow tilling in tight spaces, it saved you many hours of work and performed as well, great safety feature

Cons: none

Black & Decker TL10 8.3 Amp Corded Electric Front Tine Tiller

Pros: great light weight tiller, this is just right and does a super job, you don’t have to deal with oil or gas, operates easily, cuts right through previously planted fallow soil, it dug up and turned the ground easily making the soil perfect for planting, adjusts to different depths, the sand box is a great advantage to make it easier to use, instructions were very clear, excellent choice for smaller areas

Cons: the cord can be a pain when trying to till large areas, you have to buy dry sand for it to really work

GreenWorks 27062 G-MAX 40V Li-Ion Cordless Cultivator

Pros: great little tiller, allows you to get into tight areas, the wheels are good for moving it to a location, no hassling with gas or a carbuetor or an electric cord since this is battery powered, starts instantly, tines have a tendency to get clogged up with dirt and weeds, 40V G-Max line is one of the best, about 45mins of heavy run-time, does not require any maintenance except a good cleaning after use, plenty strong enough to do small gardens

Cons: the handle is too long and not adjustable, extra batteries are really pricey

Troy-Bilt 6.5 Amp Electric Garden Cultivator

Pros: the price was reasonable, it is ligh, electric tiller performance, a little beast, well built, easy to handle and des a great job breaking up the soil, cuts through roots with no problem, no noise, no worries about a gas engine sitting idle for long periods, recommended this for small to medium garden tilling tasks

Cons: larger and wider wheels would be better, hard to handle in tilling new areas that contain grass

Sun Joe TJ601E Tiller Joe 9-Amp Electric Garden Tiller/Cultivator

Pros: great little machine for the price, this little tiller has the brute power of a full size gas model, definitely a great purchase, the small size is convenient for storage, easy to handle and control, no pulling to get it started just plug it in and away you go, just right for small areas, works surprisingly well on my hard soil

Cons: only thing is you need to watch the extension cord

Earthwise TC70001 11-Inch 8-1/2 Amp Electric Tiller/Cultivator

Pros: super fast shipping, great little tiller for its money, a real workhorse, awesome tiller for a home gardener, lightweight, works really well and has a lot of punch, cuts through tree roots and tills the hard red clay easy, tines frequently get clogged with lumps and stones, great for small beds and garden

Cons: the tiller getting clogged with crab grass

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