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Troy-Bilt TB154E 6 Amp Electric Garden Cultivator

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  • Powerful 6 amp electric motor
  • 4 forward-rotating 8-inch steel tines with 8 total blades
  • Advanced 3-way tines are designed to dig, tear, and turn soil
  • 6-inch to 9-inch adjustable tilling width lets you work in small areas and between plants
  • Lightweight and well-balanced ergonomic design
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 19 x 29 x 15.5 inches ; 32 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 34 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B0018D6CVO
  • Item model number: TB154E
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (169 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,717 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

Troy-Bilt TB154E 6 Amp Electric Garden Cultivator

The Troy-Bilt TB154E is a lightweight and compact electric cultivator that is designed with a premium gearbox and tines to dig, tear, and turn soil. Its 6 amp motor is designed to handle the heavy power requirements for cultivating. It doesn’t require gas, so it starts without hesitation and can till up to 9 inches in width with its eight-bladed tines. The width can be adjusted down to 6 inches for smaller rows. The TB154E is built tough, so it will be ready year after year. Backed by a two-year warranty.

Dig, tear and turn soil with the Troy-Bilt TB154E
Powerful 6 amp electric motor
Reliable year after year

The key to cultivating vegetable gardens and flower beds is having premium multi-function tines and a strong gearbox. The Troy-Bilt TB154E has both of these features. It has eight-bladed tines and a die-cast 40:1 gearbox to turn, aerate, and weed with ease. The motor is also designed to handle the dirty, dusty environment of a garden. Simple in design but reliable year after year, the TB154E electric cultivator will keep your soil prepped and your garden green.

Compact 6 amp electric motor

6 amp electric motor designed in a powerful, compact package for cultivating.

Premium eight-bladed tines

8-inch steel tines have a combination of tips that are designed to dig, tear, and turn soil.

Lightweight and compact

The cultivator is lightweight, so it’s easy to control in tight spaces, including flower beds and vegetable gardens.

Premium 8-inch steel tines
6-inch to 9-inch adjustable tilling width

This feature lets you change settings, allowing you to till at different widths.


Features
  • Powerful 6 amp electric motor
  • 4 forward-rotating 8-inch steel tines with 8 total blades
  • Advanced 3-way tines are designed to dig, tear, and turn soil
  • 6-inch to 9-inch adjustable tilling width lets you work in small areas and between plants
  • Lightweight and well-balanced ergonomic design
  • Heavy duty gearbox provides lasting durability
  • Up to 5-inch tilling depth
  • Transport wheels allow for easy movement in the yard
  • Durable steel shield
  • Great for tilling and aerating small gardens and flower beds
  • Included cord lock prevents cord from disconnecting
  • Backed by a 2-year limited warranty


Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

I am very impressed with the power of this tiller.
S. Rigby
Hubby really likes it, too, because I can use it without relying on him - he's in much worse shape physically than I am!
Aunt Pat
It does an excellent job of pulverizing our soil, which is relatively hard with lots of clay.
A. Pence

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

182 of 184 people found the following review helpful By Christopher Ritchey on August 9, 2010
like other people I picked this up at Lowes for 200$ to help cleanup our yard, we have a decent size patch of our yard that that is plain old dirt. Nothing but good ole hard packed clay, were talking hard to break with a shovel type of clay. This seams to be a concern of people, how well it works on hard clay, well obviously you won't be breaking through in one go nor two possibly not three, but you will. Perhaps this is a fault of this cultivator because it's rather light but by breaking the surface with a shovel first helps immensely.

Once you get through the hard stuff, or if you don't have a hard layer of clay this little guy will dig and dig and dig all day long, literally. just yesterday I used this cultivator for 6-7 hours with breaks for raking. I've used it for hours straight with the tines completely buried in turn it slows down but still has enough power to break up the larger chunks. using this has pretty much transformed our yard from nasty hard packed clay to a much softer easier to work with dirt.

BUT WAIT THERE'S MORE!! This Cultivator is not made by Troy Bilt, but rather MTD. 2 reasons:
1) Home depot sells the EXACT same machine, it's a yard machine by MTD, right down to the bolt patterns, plug, handles, and trigger mechanism.
2) It's also the EXACT same machine sears sells under the Craftsman brand, right down to the bolt patterns, plug, handles, and trigger mechanism, but not the wheels.
The salesman at Sears confirmed that their cultivator was made by MTD. While This might be a bad thing to some, it solved my only issue with this machine: the lack of attachments.
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226 of 231 people found the following review helpful By fulluvit on April 24, 2009
I bought this machine last year with the money from my government stimulus check. Technically, it is called a cultivator, not a tiller, so I didn't know what to expect out of it power-wise. I was intent on putting in a decent-sized garden, but the only place in my yard that was getting good sun was also the spot where my lawn grew the thickest. I mowed the lawn and then went to work on it with the cultivator. With the narrow width, it naturally took me a good bit of time to till up approximately 16' x 32' plot of thick lawn, but I took my time and this machine did it in a day. I gave it a second tilling at a cross angle. I did have some grass come back in the garden, but this year I don't expect any of it to still be there.

With the success I had on the garden spot, I went ahead and dug up huge stretches of my yard and built planters. These spots equaled the size of the garden spot. Then, in about three stages, I gradually tilled up my entire back yard (where grass would no longer grow due to shade) and planted it all in clover. This year I added more garden space by tilling up another chunk of lawn approximately 8' x 32'. I have tilled it twice, but will hit it one more time to make sure I've gotten all the grass killed this year. I've also-re-tilled last years garden area which I had over-wintered in clover.

One thing that had concerned me was the instructions to remove the tines after each use and clean them. This turned out to be an extremely easy task, as they are held in place with ring pins and slide right off the axle. The tines are extremely tough on this machine. I've jammed large rocks in them and also bounced it off the edge of my concrete driveway. It just keeps chugging away with a minimum of care.
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84 of 91 people found the following review helpful By Dale on February 7, 2009
I purchased the Troy-Bilt TB154 for several reasons, although Ryobi has a similarly priced tiller/cultivator with a motor that is about twice the size.
First, I was looking for a small electric tiller without all of the headaches of maintaining a gas-powered tiller. Second, the only real storage I have is in the garage (the smaller the better), and most importantly, Troy-Bilt is still manufactured in the United States (with some manufacturing done in Canada). I am a huge advocate for buying American made to keep jobs in this country.

I purchased the TB154 at a local Lowe's store for around $200. Seems a little overpriced for a small electric machine, but hopefully I am getting what I paid for. Anyway, after unpacking the tiller from the box and packaging, assembly was relatively simple. All that needs to be done is to attach the handle to the tiller using two bolts with large wing-nuts (no tools required). After that, you're all set.

This is a new garden so I did a lot of shoveling, to break up the dirt, and grass removal beforehand (not intending on using a tiller). Using the tiller to break up the dirt would have been much easier and I found out that the tiller does a pretty good job of this without all of the shoveling. The TB154 has plenty of power and speed. It did an excellent job with really loosening up the dirt and getting the depth that I need for gardening (about six inches or so).

I do not have a lot of hours on the tiller, but it has proven very reliable so far. Reliability is of huge importance for me so we will see after a few (8 to 10) hours of use. Smaller rocks are no problem. The tiller kicks them out of the dirt and to the top where they can be removed.
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