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Sun Joe TJ600E Tiller Joe Garden 14-Inch 6.5 amp Electric Tiller/Cultivator
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- Ideal for small to mid-sized gardens and flowerbeds
- Powerful 6.5-amp motor cultivates up to 14" wide x 7" deep
- 4 steel tilling blades for maximum durability and performance
- No gas, oil or tune-ups make it effortless to start and maintain
- ETL approved; Full 2-year warranty
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|Item Dimensions||10.5 x 15.5 x 30 inches|
|Item Weight||18.7 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||22.65 pounds|
From Sun Joe, the Tiller Joe allows you to quickly and easily loosen dirt for effective planting. With a powerful 6-1/2 amp motor and four angled steel blades, it cuts through even the toughest earth. And its electric motor is easy to start, operate, and maintain.
Features a 6-1/2 amp motor for powerful performance. View larger.
Lightweight tiller is easy to push and maneuver. View larger.
The Sun Joe Tiller Joe features four durable steel-blade tines that are angled to loosen tough earth. With each pass, it cultivates a 14-inch (36-centimeter) wide path, and it delivers a 7-inch cultivating depth. Compared with traditional hand-tools, this electric tiller makes both planting and dirt removal tasks significantly easier on your body.
Powerful Motor and Convenient, Low-Maintenance Design
Behind the Tiller Joe's dependable performance is a powerful 6-1/2 amp motor. The tiller's corded electric design means you don't need to worry about dead batteries, running out of gas, or making the right gas-oil mix. In addition, with push-button Instant Start technology, you can trust that this tiller will be ready to go whenever you are--no frustrating, arm-wrenching pull starts required.
Smart, Safe, and Easy to Handle
Featuring a safety switch that prevents accidental start-ups, as well as a pair of oversize, ergonomic handles, the Tiller Joe is designed to keep you both safe and comfortable.
The tiller is well-balanced and weighs just 17 pounds, so it is easy to push and maneuver. And with a unique folding-handle design, it takes up minimal space in your garage, shed, or truck, making storage easy.
The dependable Sun Joe Tiller Joe is ETL inspected and approved, and it is backed by a full two-year warranty.
What's in the Box
Oversized ergonomic handles keep
you comfortable while you work.
Four durable steel-blade tines are
angled to loosen tough earth.
Top customer reviews
Lightweight, you can just pick it up and pack it around instead of dragging it
POWERFUL! I wasn't expecting it at all and had a very relaxed grip when I first turned it on, it almost zoomed out of my hands.
Easy Assembly, 2 screws and two bolts with wingnuts, then you just "press in" the cord a couple places where required.
about double the tine span the mantis tillers have, at less than half the price.
Maybe a little too light weight, it didn't till very deep while walking a steady slow pace.
As for the fact that it doesn't till very deep, I believe just re-tilling the area would do the job, which I would have done today but was in a hurry to get my strawberry plants in the ground before they died. I tilled a 10x10 patch of packed down soil, in under 10 minutes with no signs of overheating, so really, it's not a bad machine for people with small to medium gardens (like me!) but I wouldn't recommend it for a large garden.
I was actually going to buy a Mantis tiller too, had the order form filled out and the check ready to go in the mail when I found this Sun Joe tiller, and was nervous to try it, because of the fact that there were no user reviews on any of the sites I researched them on, but decided to take the chance and save a lot of money. No regrets. Keep in mind too, this tiller only costs about as much as it would to rent one for 3 days, not a bad investment.
EDIT: Day Two of tiller use and I like it even more, I started tilling my future vegie patch this morning and worked out the machine's quirks, first off, hold it back, and follow it very slowly, second, definitely retill the soil after the first tilling, it really digs in and tills well the second time, The only thing that stopped me today was when a bunch of synthetic twine that was buried in our back yard completely wrapped up the tines and had to be cut out, the machine stopped itself. After removing the twine I started it up and there had been no damage.
EDIT2: Used the tiller again, and have upgraded my rating from 4 stars to 5. While tilling, a massive chunk of buried concrete about 8x8 inches, by 2.5 inches thick became jammed in between the tines and the motor, and I do mean jammed, the tines had literally dug into the concrete about half an inch. The motor stopped itself, and after 20 minutes of pounding on the concrete from different angles with a mallet it finally wrenched free, I assumed it would be destroyed but the tines hadn't even been bent, I plugged it in and started up without a hitch, used it for another half an hour. SO impressed!
Its great in rocky, grassy, & rooted, soil. Actually flings most rocks just off to the side. Only bound up a couple times when it caught a rock too big to pass between tines and tine cover (~3 1/2 x 6 inch rocks) tines are perfectly distanced otherwise. My rocks are iron-ore type rocks moderately easy to remove with a ping hammer. It would be nice if you could remove the tines like a Mantis to make it easier though. Same for stringy roots and vines. I use a small loppers to snip and clean out between tines and axle area. Motor is very strong and holds up way better than expected. And Quiet compared to gas engine type. Doubt I will go back to gas.