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 )
Oh my goodness it was so easy to make holes in our hard clay. I didn’t truly believe it would work like it did, it was a dream! Love the instructional video thanks - really useful and you’re right about stones, it just scoops them around including fairly chunky ones. An added bonus was that we didn’t know our drill had that locking function for the chuck. All in all a very satisfying day spent planting thanks to the Power Planter.
So I have attached to my drill and had a go...seems great...tomorrow I am going to plant 20 metres of box hedge so I will really test it out. I am sure I will use this a lot particularly in my raised vegetable garden. Thankyou Brian!!!
Good service the power planter made planting quick and easy would recommend it
Yes, it is a winner. Some parts of my garden have not been dug into before so the Power Planter was a great help
To be absolutly honest my garden is still in winter mode and I have'nt used my new power planter yet but plan to in the next few weeks and am very much looking forward to the first time and making my gardening easier.