TCBWFY Auger Drill Bit for Planting 1.6x16.5inch Extended Length Garden Auger Spiral Drill Bit
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Analysis of 400+ reviews for TCBWFY Auger Drill Bit for Planting 1.6x16.5inch Extended Length Garden Auger Spiral Drill Bit
BestViewsReviews analyzed 3,650 reviews for 16 products in the Auger Drill Bits category.
We analyzed a total of 485 reviews for this product out of which, 193 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 79% reviews were positive while around 16% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for TCBWFY Auger Drill Bit for Planting 1.6x16.5inch Extended Length Garden Auger Spiral Drill Bit
This product received a total score of 9.77 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 9 features:
Users of this product said
I bought a larger version to aerate my lawn, which does a better job of undoing the compaction of the soil and the process as well as the result is better than a core aerator for a small lawn.
We recently ordered a set of garden augers, one of which is 1.6 X 9 inch and the other one is 3 X 12 inch, and we found that the 3 X 12 inch was the best tool for our needs in planting tomatoes in a small vegetable garden this year.
I was pleasantly surprised by the strength and well built auger that came to me less than a week. I have 22 more post to set, will it do it, we will find out.
The time spent in planting my garden went from two days to three days after my brother used one to dig holes for his wife's garden.
The strength of the auger was not only due to the construction of it out of heavy gauge steel but also due to the fact that it was welded to the shaft and had a heavy coat of paint on it.
Question & Answers
Will this drill be large enough for a tomato plant or just for bulbs?
You could just keep drilling holes next to each other for the same result, even though it's only for bulbs.
Will it work for breaking up soil and making it more fine?
It dug a nice hole and used a trowel to break up the soil.
Will it be able to drill through tree roots?
I don't think it's possible to get through more than quarter-inch roots with the drill end pressure.
Is there a way to remove dirt from a hole?
Pull the auger out several times while removing dirt.
Can this be used with a hyper tough 18-volt ni-cad drill?
I use a Miketa 18volt and it works great.