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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    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

    Important Made in USA Origin Disclaimer: For certain items sold by Walmart on Walmart.com, the displayed country of origin information may not be accurate or consistent with manufacturer information. For updated, accurate country of origin data, it is recommended that you rely on product packaging or manufacturer information.

    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

    Color: Multicolor
    Condition: New
    manufacturer_part_number: TC70001
    Model: TC70001
    Fuel Type: Electric
    Power Type: Corded Electric
    Brand: EARTHWISE
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    Earthwise Corded 8.5-Amp Tiller and Cultivator
    4/25/2016

    Customer review by typingfast

    5.0 stars 4/25/2016 by typingfast
    by typingfast

    When I purchased this tiller, I knew it wouldn't break up new ground. I used it to tear up the St. Aug. grass and most of the roots. Then I had to dig up the spot I wanted to make my garden by hand. This little fellow didn't have the weight, a drag stick and the muscle to dig into this Louisiana soil. It has a little clay mixed in with it and it sticks to everything. Once I got the ground dug up so the tiller could break it up into a fine dirt, it did one heck of a job at that. I then bought some top soil so the dirt wouldn't clump together again. That little tiller did it like it was born to do. I wasn't sure about buying it, but I'm going to get my money's worth out it. It's light, powerful, and it can do the job easily. I'm a little to old to be using a gas powered one, and a bum back makes sure I don't get another gas tiller. So it you have a small garden, this one would be ideal. But don't count on it to dig up new ground if you have some clay in it. It is worth the money.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Great little tiller
    9/28/2012

    Customer review by Atlanta1979

    5.0 stars 9/28/2012 by Atlanta1979
    by Atlanta1979

    I bought this electric tiller because the gas tiller I previously owned died and I no longer wanted to be bothered with gas and oil purchases and the difficulties I had getting it started. I LOVE THIS MACHINE! Initially I only planned on tilling up my flower beds and still paying somone to till up my back yard so that I could reseed this Fall. However, it works so well, I tilled up the yard myself - it went through my Georgia clay very well. I followed instructionos of another reivewer who said it works best pulling back to you, and that is very true. It will dig deeper when pulled back to you. I did have to clean out the weeds caught in it a few times - had to do that we the gas tiller as well though, so that was fine. Assembly was easy, though initially a bit confusing (my daughter helped - she loves to read instructions...) It came with gear oil - which, if you read the instructions you will see that you do not need in the first two years... It is light weight and easy to carry and a little powerhouse that does not break the bank! Enjoy!

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    Atlanta1979
    Stone Mountain GA
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Female
    Usage:Every few days
    Great little machine so far
    2/11/2014

    Customer review by CBRSER

    4.0 stars 2/11/2014 by CBRSER
    by CBRSER
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    Bought this to till my garden 50' X 6' it worked GREAT. Did not have to fight it like the gas machines. My garden is up on a 4' high walled area, easy to lift it up only 30 lbs. Compact easy to get around the fruit trees. It did my whole garden area in a matter of minutes. I was having so much fun I decided to go around all my fruit trees as well and do the flower beds. Best way to use it is let if walk out away from you then pull it back. It seems to dig through the dirt best this way. Vines will get tangled on it but that is true for all cultivators/tillers. The only issue with the machine is the push button to engage the pull lever is too far down. You have to use both hands to get the unit started for a small statured person it might pull out of their hand. I am glad I bought it. It would have taken me a couple of hours by hand to do what I did in minutes with this machine. Did leak a little oil from the gear box though in shipment.

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    CBRSER
    San Diego
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:45 - 54
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Usage:A few times per year
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    Works well, easy to handle, good value
    6/1/2016

    Customer review by Frank

    5.0 stars 6/1/2016 by Frank
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    I used this unit to prepare my vegetable garden for planting this spring; the area is about 25 by 12 feet, and has been used as a garden for the past three years. The tiller has more than enough power to break down the soil to a good depth, around 8 inches, and plow last year's leavings back into the soil as well. Assembly and operation were simple and intuitive. I will note one thing about operation: when breaking up soil for the first time since the previous fall, the unit is so light that it tends to bounce a little bit due to the powerful rotation of the tines, which requires some arm, wrist and hand strength to control. Also, I don't think I would recommend this unit for breaking up sod for the first time in starting a garden. A stronger, heavier tiller, or else manual spading of the turf, would be required for this task.

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    Frank
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    Mighty little tiller!
    10/8/2012

    Customer review by SkinnyBytes

    5.0 stars 10/8/2012 by SkinnyBytes
    by SkinnyBytes

    I had a 10'x20' raised zen (rock) garden in the backyard, that I dug out and converted into vegetable garden. I needed a small tiller to break up the soil and for tilling future plantings, and based on research and reviews went with this Earthwise electric tiller. I must say I was surprised when it arrived in a tiny 2'x2' box, and after assembling it was quite surprised how small it was. I wasn't sure this puny thing was going to cut it. However, after spending the afternoon tilling my new garden with this thing, I was impressed. This thing tore right into our hard Arizona clay soil with no problems, and easily dug 6 inches right into it breaking it up. Within 2 hours I had the 10'x20' area nicely tilled, including adding a layer of compost and mulching that in as well. Overall, it was perfect for my raised garden. Small and light, easy to manuever, and plenty of power to churn up tough ground.

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    SkinnyBytes
    Gilbert, AZ
    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Age:35 - 44
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Gender:Male
    Usage:A few times per year
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    by Ron 4/27/2014
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    • A. If you have St. Aug. grass, be ready for a battle. Mine was thick as molasses in the middle of winter. It did the job finally, but it would have been a battle with any tiller. After you get your ground prepared, it will work like a charm. I had my doubts about this little tiller, and it really impressed me. I got too old to continue using a gas tiller, and this baby is light, hard working, and easy to take in and out.
      by typingfast8/24/2016
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    • A. I didn't have a problem tilling through grass.
      by elvlarva8/24/2016
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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 Rustysgrandpa8/24/2016
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    • A. It will chop it up but be prepared to clean the wheels frequently.
      by ShopsOnline358/24/2016
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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 reneess8/24/2016
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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 daniMama258/24/2016
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    • A. tilled good threw grass
      by ohioshoper8/24/2016
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    • A. This would take a lot of time and work for that.
      by CommunityAnswer7/21/2016
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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 will888887/21/2016
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    by elle 12/28/2013
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    • A. I never dug into any soil that didn't have small roots in it. But, to answer your question, don't give it another thought. This little guy works very well in the small roots department.
      by typingfast5/11/2016
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    • A. This tiller will rip right through them. I tilled a 10' by 20' existing garden, with lots of weeds, and it tore them out with no problem.
      by Shadow3175/11/2016
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    • A. The small roots can get twisted around the tiller, but they are easy to remove when you turn it off.
      by elvlarva5/11/2016
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    • A. Mine had some weeds with roots thicker than a pencil and as long as 10 inches. It breaks up the soil then you can go through and rake them out.
      by daniMama255/11/2016
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    • A. I used to have rose bushes where I just tilled and it ripped them with no problem.
      by budacat24/4/2016
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    • A. cuts through them ok I had to stop some and clean it out cause some roots and weeds get tangled on it. I here that is true of about any tiller
      by swimmer20115/11/2016
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    • A. Roots must be small anf not tangle in the tines.
      by V2man5/11/2016
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    • A. It plowed right through them, you can pull it back and forth if you need to work the area better.
      by meagan25/11/2016
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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 oldgardnerwithbadankle7/21/2016
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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 kramrock7/21/2016
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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 Gkar7/21/2016
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    • A. I would lubricate it after first use and before storing it.
      by MD577/21/2016
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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 dstover7/21/2016
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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 HJohns7/21/2016
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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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