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

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  • The 4-cycle engine powered by Honda is powerful, reliable and does not requiring mixing of gas and oil
  • Weighs only 24 pounds which makes the Mantis Tiller easy to maneuver, carry and transport
  • The compact 9 inch wide design allows you to use the tiller to get in narrow rows and be stored where larger tillers cannot go.
  • The patented reversible tines can be used to till down 10 inches or shallow cultivate the top 2 to 3 inches of soil.
  • 5 Year consumer warranty on entire tiller including engine, plus a lifetime warranty on tines against breakage.
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Mantis 7262-00-02 4-Cycle Honda Gas-Powered Tiller/Cultivator + Mantis 4333 Power Tiller Kick Stand for Gardening + Mantis Tiller 4-Cycle Engine Handy Item Kit (Honda 25cc only) 3777-00-02
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 54 x 13.5 x 40 inches ; 23.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 25 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000H1UAU2
  • Item model number: 7262-00-02
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (48 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #54,824 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

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You'll be ready to garden all year round with the Mantis 7262-00-02 Four-Cycle Gas-Powered Tiller/Cultivator. With a powerful engine, durable tines, and compact profile, the Mantis Tiller/Cultivator is ideal for creating new gardens, tilling in narrow rows and in raised beds, or along fences. Whether you're a first-time gardener breaking through new ground or a veteran green thumb, the Mantis Tiller/Cultivator will help you maintain a bountiful garden for years to come.



With a commercial-grade
engine, this tool is ideal
for breaking new ground.
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Easy to maneuver and store, this tiller/cultivator makes garden maintenance a breeze.
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Powerful but Easy to Control
Don't be fooled by the small, compact design of the Mantis Tiller/Cultivator. Though it weighs a mere 24 pounds and has a width of only nine inches, the Mantis is powerful, thanks to its four-cycle, commercial-grade, 25-cc Honda gas engine.

A reliable push-button primer will get you started, but the tines won't move until you squeeze the throttle. Once you've activated the throttle, the patented serpentine tines spin at up to 240 RPM to break through sod--even hard clay--tilling down to a depth of 10 inches.

The Mantis Tiller/Cultivator makes it easy to maintain your garden. Simply reverse the tines to shallow-cultivate depths of up to three inches--it's much faster than using hand tools. And because it tills a nine-inch-wide path, this tool is especially useful in tight spaces and hard-to-reach areas. That's a real advantage for raised-bed gardeners.

Convenient, Versatile, and Durable
The Mantis Tiller/Cultivator features folding handle bars which make it convenient to store in a garage or tool shed.

And with optional attachments (sold separately), the Mantis Tiller/Cultivator can be used beyond the confines of your garden. Its lightweight design and convenient carrying handle make it portable, so adding an accessory such as a border edger or lawn aerator could potentially keep you busy all summer and into the fall.

The tiller/cultivator's durable one-piece cast gear box is designed to last. Additionally, the tines are guaranteed against breakage for the lifetime of the tool.

What's in the Box
Four-cycle gas-powered tiller/cultivator with serpentine tines.



Patented serpentine tines spin at up to 240 RPM to break through sod
and even hard clay, tilling down to a depth of 10 inches. View larger.

Product Description

MANTIS FOUR-CYCLE GAS POWERED TILLER
9 tilling width
Patented reversible tines spin up to 240 RPM and till up to 10 deep
Commercial grade 25cc Honda engine
5 year consumer warranty
Lifetime warrantyon tines against breakage
24 pound weight makes it easy to maneuver, carry and transport
Tines engage only when the throttle is squeezed
Patented serpentine tines quickly cut through hard sod, compacted soil or tangled weeds
Fold down handles NOT AVAILABLE


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

It is light and easy to use.
horsefly
I ran it slow where there were lots of rocks, and fast in loose soil.
Oak Brook
The Mantis tiller works great.
RMH

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

31 of 31 people found the following review helpful By S. Bhaskaran on July 23, 2007
We are avid gardeners and creating beds the old-fashion way using a fork was back-breaking. This little tiller is the does the nice edging and the tilling!

In cold weather, the 4-cycle engine fires-up after a few pulls. When warm, a single pull is all that is required. It weighs about 20lbs and is easy to maneuver. The changing of times to the edger attachment takes less than a minute.

The tines are super strong! We have very rocky soil and to my surprise, the tines have lasted this long! Tilling has never been so easy. Mantis has created a product that almost every gardener can use. We are more than satisfied with it!
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By dancedoc on May 26, 2006
Overall, I love this tiller. Compared to the 2 cycle engine, it seems to be much quieter, and the emissions are less. (Direct comparison in the dealership, in addition to what I read). I have other 4 cycle machines that take regular gas, so the convenience of just adding gas is nice. If you have a lot of 2 cycle machines that all use the same oil/gas ratio, and you keep a can filled with that, than you will probably be happier with the 2 cycyle Mantis (it's significantly less $)

As far as its function, it turns over a 12x4 raised bed for the garden in a few minutes easily, much nicer than doing it by hand like I used too! I can get all my beds ready for spring planting in less than an hour. It is not powerful enough to till established sod or thick vegetation, so if you are looking to start a new bed, consider renting a BIG monster tiller for the task, or using the lasagna gardening technique.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Oak Brook on March 19, 2012
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I needed to buy a tiller to prepare a large flower bed, which hadn't been maintained since the house was built 8 years ago. Initially I was going to buy an electric tiller for the convenience of not having to mess with gasoline and oil, but reconsidered to...
(1) have the flexibility to till further than an electric cord would reach,
(2) not need to worry about running over the cord,
(3) likely get greater power from gasoline-powered engine (based on personal experience with lawnmowers, string trimmers), and
(4) avoid problem with overheating that many of the reviews for electric trimmers describe.

Although the area I needed to prepare was essentially "new ground", I didn't want to pay for one of the larger $600+ tillers, which will be overkill in future years. And the cost of renting would be a good down-payment on this model.

I have a 2-cycle string trimmer and considered the 2-cycle Mantis tiller, but chose this model because there were a significant number of negative reviews for the 2-cycle model. Plus, Honda engines are amazing on lawn equipment.

I'm very happy with this tiller for many reasons...
(1) Straightforward Assembly (about 1.5 hours for me)
(2) Sturdy construction
(3) The Honda motor is easy to start, and runs quietly - much quieter than my 2-cycle string trimmer or my 4-cycle lawnmower. No need for hearing protection.
(4) The hand-throttle lets you operate the tiller at variable speeds, based on how far you pull the throttle. I ran it slow where there were lots of rocks, and fast in loose soil.
(5) When you release the throttle, the engine idles without engaging the blades.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Robert Hills on March 16, 2012
Mantis has introduced a "deluxe" version of its famous mini-tiller with vastly improved handles, a kickstand and nose guard. The direct cost from Mantis.com is $499 and well worth the extra money. I have owned these tillers since 1998. The non-Honda 2 cycle version can be randomly difficult to start so I can only recommend the 4-cycle Honda version. The transmission and tiller tines are identical with either engine and are, as far as I can tell, indestructible. The factory provides a five year guarantee with a one year "no questions asked" return making Amazon's excellent return policies less important than usual.

Update: After one year's hard use the tines became severely bent out of shape. This had not happened to me before,though the factory tells me they have made no change in their construction. This is not a giant problem as they are covered by a lifetime warranty, just pack them up and Mantis will replace them, no questions asked. Good idea to keep the small box they arrived in though. Another hint: when squeezing the bulb to get air out of the gas line (on this or any other small gas engine with a squeeze bulb) don't be afraid to squeeze it many times until there is no air bubble in it. Sometimes it also helps to hold the bulb in for a few seconds on each squeeze.

Final hint--use premium gas in all small gasoline engines--even cost cutting landscape companies have abandoned the use of regular gas.

This still is my five star go to mini tiller.
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34 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Bean on May 26, 2010
Bought one of these 4 years ago. Have had a problem from day one. Oil spewed from the spark arrestor. Covered under warranty. This year ran Ok but there has been a gradual loss of power over the past three years. After running it for about 1 hour this year I could not start the engine. Brought it in for service. Needed a new carburetor (only about 35 hours on the engine). Still had problems- replaced pistons and head gasket. $300 in repairs, started right up and ran about 5 minutes, then would stall out when I tried to start tilling.

Repair company has no idea what else is wrong. Called Mantis who said to call Honda - talk about passing the buck. The number they gave me for Honda was not working.

I have had used Mantis tillers for 25 years. But my run with them is finished!
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