Yard Butler Roto Driller 9 Inch Bulb Planting And Weeding Cordless Drill Bit Auger Hole Digger Attachment 1.75″ diameter – IRT-1

Yard Butler Roto Driller 9 Inch Bulb Planting And Weeding Cordless Drill Bit Auger Hole Digger Attachment 1.75″ diameter – IRT-1

Yard Butler Roto Driller 9 Inch Bulb Planting And Weeding Cordless Drill Bit Auger Hole Digger Attachment 1.75

  • CORDLESS AUGER DRILL BIT DIGS FOR YOU! Save time and energy. Use in any electric or cordless drill that can accommodate a 3/8″ bit. No better tool for digging holes in your yard.
  • PERFECT BULB PLANTING AUGER FOR tulips, iris, bulbs, bedding plants, and seedlings. Also great for digging weeds up by the roots. Quickly digs holes up to 7 inches deep and 1 3/4 inches wide using the power of your hand held drill.
  • EXCEPTIONAL QUALITY AND VALUE. This is the best bulb planting drill bit auger available. The heavy duty powder coated steel is built for a lifetime of use. Three flats on the shaft keep the auger from slipping.
  • BUILT TO LAST. Powder coated durable steel construction, 9″ tall, 1 3/4 inches wide, and weighs 1 lb.
  • YARD BUTLER’S NO RISK 30 DAY SATISFACTION GUARANTEE. If it is not perfect for you, return it for a full refund or replacement.

This auger and digger does the work for you. Just attach the Roto Driller to any cordless drill 3/8 inch or larger to dig holes up to 7 inches deep x 1 1/4 inches wide with ease. Perfect for planting bulbs, bedding plants and seedlings. You can weed with it too. Take care of your garden faster with Yard Butler.

List Price: $ 12.13

Price: $ 12.11

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  1. 39 of 40 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars Cheap design, will not work under any realistic load, May 20, 2016
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    Joe -
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    Very poor and cheap design. That's my opinion at least. The fact is that the spiral is held on by 3 small tack welds. Worst of all, the end of the shaft is a CIRCLE, not a hexagon. As soon as it felt any tension the chuck slipped and stripped the cheap coating. Very cheap, would not recommend.
    Joe2018-05-16 04:16 (6 days ago)Reply
  2. 15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Heavy duty Man Dream Tool --Georgia Clay Tough, July 14, 2016
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    H. L. Cross (Nashville, TN) -
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    My hubby is in love with this thing. He has been planting Monkey grass. He said once you play with it enough and figure out how to slightly tilt it, it will not shake you after that. Now that he is used to it, he loves it. He prefers it with a plug in drill. Runs down Cordless really fast. really heavy duty materials. We live in Georgia, so we are going through compacted hard clay that is hard as rock and bent a aluminum fancy handled bulb planter right in two. He said this went through with little effort. This is a champ. My hubby is very picky in the tools dept. and expects quality. He is fully satisfied with this product. Ok now husband has a few words. Don't use a cordless drill. Have a dealt 18v and its worthless with this tool. I'm now using heavy duty Milwaukee corded drill and as long as chuck is very tight it works like a champ. Once start to hit a rock or large root let off or will strip auger and loose the chuck. So far 1000+ holes dug with little effort.
    H. L. Cross2018-05-16 05:01 (6 days ago)Reply
  3. 53 of 54 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars Does the job, March 29, 2013
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    It works best when you move the drill up and down as you drill the hole. This allows grass and soil to be moved out of the hole. Trying to drill straight through without moving up and down can cause the drill to bog down. I was satisfied with this product, especially after I learned the best way to use it.
    Larry2018-05-16 05:09 (6 days ago)Reply