Earthwise Corded 8.5-Amp Tiller and Cultivator

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Earthwise Corded 8.5-Amp Tiller and Cultivator
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  • Dual 4 blade steel tines
  • Cutting width of 11" and tilling depth of 8-1/2"
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    About this item

    The Earthwise Corded 8.5-Amp Tiller and Cultivator is ideal for completing your garden tool collection. This device will take the difficulty out of tilling your yard in spring when it is time to plant your garden area. This electric garden tiller has a slim, sleek design that will appeal to your sense of style while providing you quality performance that you can rely on. This machine has dual four-blade steel tines that maximize efficiency in your gardening efforts. The Earthwise 8.5-amp electric tiller cultivator has a convenient cutting width of 11". With a helpful tilling depth of 8-1/5", this tool will prepare your soil precisely how you want it for planting. Using this tool is an excellent way to get your garden going strong by getting your yard ready for the healthy growth you want. Because it has such a slim design, this piece will store nicely in your garage when you are not using it.

    About this item

    The Earthwise Corded 8.5-Amp Tiller and Cultivator is ideal for completing your garden tool collection. This device will take the difficulty out of tilling your yard in spring when it is time to plant your garden area. This electric garden tiller has a slim, sleek design that will appeal to your sense of style while providing you quality performance that you can rely on. This machine has dual four-blade steel tines that maximize efficiency in your gardening efforts. The Earthwise 8.5-amp electric tiller cultivator has a convenient cutting width of 11". With a helpful tilling depth of 8-1/5", this tool will prepare your soil precisely how you want it for planting. Using this tool is an excellent way to get your garden going strong by getting your yard ready for the healthy growth you want. Because it has such a slim design, this piece will store nicely in your garage when you are not using it.

    Let the Earthwise Corded 8.5-Amp Tiller and Cultivator take care of the hard work for you.

    Earthwise Corded 8.5-Amp Tiller and Cultivator:

    • Dual 4-blade steel tines
    • Cutting width of 11" and tilling depth of 8-1/2"
    • Electric garden tiller is the optimum choice to meet your gardening needs

    Specifications

    Multi Pack Indicator: No
    Battery Type: Does Not Contain a Battery
    Model No.: TC70001
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 30.0
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 40.0 x 14.0 x 42.0
    Walmart No.: 1625337
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    Nice lightweight tiller
    8/22/2011

    Customer review by exjerseygirl

    5.0 stars 8/22/2011 by exjerseygirl
    by exjerseygirl

    Tiller works best when pulling it towards you. I have used it in my flower and vegetable gardens without any problems . I am only 5 ft. tall and find the tiller easy to use and lightweight.

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    exjerseygirl
    Neenah,Wi
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Usage:A few times per month
    Good Tiller, Great Value
    6/13/2013

    Customer review by MtnCamping

    5.0 stars 6/13/2013 by MtnCamping
    by MtnCamping

    I ordered the Earthwise Corded 8.5-Amp Tiller and Cultivator at Walmart.com and picked it up at my local store with site-to-store. It took just a few minutes to assemble the few parts of the tiller that are not assembled at the factory (so it can fit in a smaller box). I used the tiller to till a 15' x 19' garden. This tiller did a great job of tilling the garden and I could not expect it to perform any better than it did. I have only used it once so far and can not speak to the longevity of this tiller but have no reason to think it won't last. Page 4 of the User Manual shows "generic" information in reference to extension cord lengths. According to this information the extension cord requirements for this tiller are as follows: 0-25 feet at minimum 18 awg, 26-50 feet at minimum 16 awg, 51-100 feet at minimum 14 awg, 101-150 feet at minimum 12 awg.

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    MtnCamping
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Usage:A few times per year
    9/7/2011

    Customer review by Steve1950

    5.0 stars 9/7/2011 by Steve1950
    by Steve1950

    Easy to assemble, very light weight, my wife can carry with one hand by the motor mounted handle and it has plenty of power. Tills this drought hardened ground with no problems. Perfect for small gardens and flower beds. This is an extraordinary value.

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    Steve1950
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Very good value
    12/7/2012

    Customer review by GardenerAustin

    4.0 stars 12/7/2012 by GardenerAustin
    by GardenerAustin

    The unit’s fit and finish exceeded my expectations, especially considering the cost. Also, the owner’s manual contains all the necessary information for assembly, maintenance, and operation. Assembly - 5/5 I’m not real handy. Perhaps that makes me a traitor to my Y chromosome, but the harder I try to fix things, the worse they get. In this case, I read the included instructions twice, then reread them step-by-step and checked the included illustrations during assembly. The trickiest part was installing the included transmission case lubricant. Their instruction manual made assembly easy and fast. I recommend paying close attention to removing and replacing the two drain bolts on the transmission case. They use a 5-millimeter Allen wrench (included). The bolts were stuck in there pretty well. Forcing them risks stripping the bolt, and will require removing the entire transmission case to drill it out. Finger-tighten the bolts when replacing to avoid stripping the threads. (I stripped an oil pan decades ago on my Plymouth Duster, so I know what a bother that can be.) I also saved the included oil dispenser bottle: The plugs reside behind the tines, so its funnel attachment will come in handy when I have to replace the oil. Dry Turf - 3/5 If you go slow, and there are no buried rocks or tree roots, you can use this to break up dry turf. I had an area of mixed weeds and Bermuda grass that had been sitting in our fall drought for weeks: hard and dry. At first, the tiller scuffed along the top. With a little patience, it finally dug in. I would let the tiller sink in from its own weight and move forward perhaps 1-2 feet, then slowly pull it back. To go deeper, repeat this process over the same area. Then I would guide the tiller over one width of the tines and begin on the next spot. In this manner, I tilled an area of about 2X10 feet in about 10 minutes. If I hit a buried rock, the tiller bounced. These attributes reinforce the need to not force things. Let the tiller’s own weight determine how deep and fast it can go. It got down to a depth of about six inches. I supposed I could have gone deeper, but I was concerned about rocks, being as I’ve been gradually working this back yard for years: It used to be some bohunk’s personal dump. To reach a reasonable planting depth, I still needed a shovel and garden fork to create new beds. The directions say you should retract the wheels and lock them in the “up” position before tilling. When working dry turf, I recommend keeping the wheels down. This gives you more leverage, as the machine’s weight will only be pressing into the soil when you tilt it forwards off the wheels. I let the machine tilt forward slowly, so I could tilt it back quickly if it felt like I struck a rock. Moistened Turf 4/5 The tiller performed better when I watered the turf 2-3 times before cultivation. I was able to till a larger area in the same amount of time I spent on the dry turf area, and was able to go deeper. Existing Garden Bed - 5/5 This was the most important reason I bought a tiller. As I age, hand turning compost into growing beds is getting to be more challenging. The tiller almost worked too well, digging in very deep and churning compost and soil into a consistent mix. I had to lift the tiller up slightly in order to keep it moving. I used to dig and turn with a garden fork, and then rake the bed into a slight hump. After tilling, I had more raking to do than before, but that wasn’t a problem because of how well the soil/compost/manure was aggregated. I’m very happy with the outcome. On the second bed, I found I had more control over tilling by keeping the wheels down. It still went deep enough, but didn’t make a much mess as when I retracted the wheels. As with turf, the wheels helped keep better control during tilling. Soil That Was Previously Loosened - 5/5 The second most important reason I bought a tiller is for weed control around my growing beds. In the side area, I have three vegetable beds with pathways between them. It’s always been a hassle hoeing to keep weeds down. About a month ago, I loosened these pathways with the garden fork. Before I could get back and pull weeds, our lawn guy came and wacked them, leaving me nothing to grab onto. I used the tiller to churn up the pathways. It completely loosened the remaining weed roots. I then raked the soil level. The rake picked up most of the remaining weeds and roots, which I put into the compost pile. The tiller has made pathway maintenance 90% easier. Again, I kept the wheels down, because I only wanted to till maybe the top four inches. Wheels up means the machine’s weight would have pushed it too deep. Cleaning After Use - 4/5 Bermuda grass stolons and rhizomes wound around the drive shaft between the transmission case and inner tine. It’s not necessary to remove the tines to clear this material. First, I lay the tiller on its side. Then, using a narrow-tipped set of garden shears, I was able to cut through the rhizomes and stolons and pull them out. In my experience, this is more efficient than disassembly, and avoids stripping threads and other possible damage. Conclusion - 4/5 From my experience, I think EarthWise is a reputable company providing good value for the price, and should definitely be on your short list.

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    GardenerAustin
    Austin, Texas
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:55 - 64
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Usage:A few times per month
    One Great Tiller!
    4/6/2012

    Customer review by DustiSM

    5.0 stars 4/6/2012 by DustiSM
    by DustiSM

    After using gas-powered tillers for several years, I did not have any great expectations for the Earthwise Electric Tiller. However, it has proven me wrong. This has to be one of the best items I have ever bought. It is tough. It tills deep, even in rocky shale ground. It is light-weight. It is absolutely awesome. I would not only recommend this tiller to anyone, but I would have bought a second one. Alas, it is no longer listed on Wal-mart's website.

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    DustiSM
    Little Mountains of Western Maryland
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:55 - 64
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every day
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    The Operator's Manual says you don't have to lubricate for 2 years, but the supplement book says to lubricate the gear box prior to 1st use and includes oil for that purpose. Just wanted to make sure whether I really am to lubricate the gear box or not.
    by GardenGirl 2/16/2013
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    • A. It's already lubricated and ready to use. There is a lubrication schedule in the instruction manual.
      by oldgardnerwithbadankle5/14/2015
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    • A. Mine came lubricated and no additional oil in the box. The only directions said two years before adding more. I received mine June 2013.
      by kramrock5/4/2015
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    • A. I contacted Earthwise, and if your package included oil and the supplement to the manual, you should use the oil as instructed. If the oil and manual supplement were NOT included then you should be good to go as per the main manual instructions.
      by Gkar6/4/2015
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    • A. I would lubricate it after first use and before storing it.
      by MD575/4/2015
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    • A. When in doubt, lubricate. I was wondering the same thing, but, upon further consideration one can over lubricate and have it a bit oily, and wipe up the extra oil...or under lubricate and have it burn out.
      by dstover5/4/2015
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    • A. I didn't get a supplement book or oil! I just finished planting my garden today. It took the whole weekend but the tiller worked just great (no oiling!) Be careful if you've never used it before. That thing takes off like crazy if you don't have a good grip on it!
      by HJohns5/4/2015
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    • A. no it is lubricated for first use
      by wonderif5/4/2015
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    • A. I used two weekends after I bought this tiller. I didn't lubricate the gear box prior to use. Didn't notice any prob.
      by Valleyview5/4/2015
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    by Ron 4/27/2014
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    • A. I didn't have a problem tilling through grass.
      by elvlarva6/14/2015
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    • A. Hi Ron! Works well tilling through grass as long as you aren't heavily bombarded with vine and root underneath. Fescue and sod grass was easily cultivated in my yard, however, the areas close to shrubs and some of the bushes my wife has planted around the yard created a little trouble for mighty mite, the roots and vines get tangled around the tines and binds up the motor. Have to stop, free up the vines, dig or tear them out of the ground, then return to tilling. Other than that, it's a great little machine.
      by Rustysgrandpa6/14/2015
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    • A. It will chop it up but be prepared to clean the wheels frequently.
      by ShopsOnline351/3/2015
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    • A. I just finished tilling a 15 by 8 area that is all ZOYSIA grass and it had NO trouble going through that stuff like it was butter! Had to go over it a few times since that grass has deep roots but, if you let this tough little tiller dig deep....it will right through the toughest grass and leave you with nice soft, workable dirt.
      by reneess8/28/2015
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    • A. That's about the same size half yard I worked through. It is covered with grass and weeds. We have gone over it a few times and it works well but clean out times regularly.
      by daniMama254/27/2015
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    • A. tilled good threw grass
      by ohioshoper4/27/2015
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    • A. This would take a lot of time and work for that.
      by CommunityAnswer1/3/2015
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    • A. If you do it after good rain and to take a few days. Otherwise, it won't be an easy job for this tiller.
      by will888883/30/2015
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    by Pattijo44 5/20/2013
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    • A. I used a 14/3 and worked well..
      by budacat24/21/2014
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    • A. For the work I have done, I have a 30' extension cord.
      by oldgardnerwithbadankle9/15/2013
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    • A. I use 14/3 and it works fine at 100 feet. The motor is under 10 amps so 14 should be good up to 150 feet any further I would go to 12/3 so as not to over heat the motor.
      by antcar19648/9/2013
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    • A. Page 4 of the User Manual shows "generic" information in reference to extension cord lengths. According to this information the extension cord requirements for this tiller are as follows: 0-25 feet at minimum 18 awg, 26-50 feet at minimum 16 awg, 51-100 feet at minimum 14 awg, 101-150 feet at minimum 12 awg.
      by MtnCamping1/21/2015
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    • A. Doesn't matter. I used two different cords, 14 and 16 connected together for a total of 150 feet and worked fine. No loss of power either.
      by kramrock6/17/2013
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    • A. Pattijo44: Well, it depends on how far the wire is to go. The tiller is rated at 8.5 amps so more amps than that is required. The further you have to reach the more consideration to the "flow" of electricity to your machine. Recommend 14 Ga/ 15 Amp/ 50' minimum. Should also work up to 100'. More than that, add 12 Ga on the power source side. Hope this is helpful.
      by SweetEquity6/14/2013
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    • A. According to the chart in the manual 16/3 should be okay up to 50 feet and 14/3 to 100 feet. You should be able to find the manual on line if you search.
      by Gkar6/14/2013
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