A step up from the 207, it digs a wider hole suitable for potted colour, tubestock, planting larger bulbs like Daffodils and generally cultivating of the ground.
Highly recommended for the home gardener as it will get used plenty.
N.B. We hope it is obvious, but we'd better say it anyway...The price does not include the Dewalt Drill shown in the demonstration images. The Power Planter can fit onto any standard Australian drills. (eg. Ryobi, Bosch, Black and Decker, Hitachi, etc )
We have massive stones in our soil , and we had 500 trees to plant - this tool was amazing , 50 trees in the ground in an hour.
Yes Used a smaller and this one works much better
Helps me with the digging in the garden due to me having arthritis in my fingers less stress and no pain
My drill is a Ryobi 18V model that I bought two months ago To date the Power Planter has not lived up to expectations The soil is sandy loam, and has underground stemes of several grasses. Pwer Planter would get through it but the drill doesn't seem to have the power required Have tried all the setting recommended on Youtube to no avail
We loved using this tool as we had 50 small trees to plant. This was so easy and fast and great when we got past the top soil and down to clay.