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Roto Earth Auger

$14.99

Roto Auger that digs holes up to 16 inches deep and 1 inch wide. This digger does the work for you. Just insert into any 3/8 inch or larger electric or cordless drill.

Product Description

The Yard Butler Roto Earth Auger work sfor you. Just attach to any cordless drill 3/8 inch or larger, it digs holes up to 16 inches deep x 1 ¼ inches wide with the ease of a power tool.  The Roto Earth Auger is unsurpassed for planting bulbs, bedding plants and seedlings; installing pvc sprinkler lines under sidewalks; insecticide applications and termite treatments; deep watering, aerating and fertilizing trees and shrubs; and weeding. Save time and energy with Yard Butler’s garden augers. Solid steel construction for durability and reliability.

Advantages:

  • Digs holes up to 16 inches deep and 1 ¼ inches wide
  • It digs for you! Just insert into any 3/8 inch or larger electric or cordless drill
  • Great tool for dozens of garden applications including irrigation and termite treatments
  • Steel; 18 inches long and 1 ¼ inches wide, weighs 1 lb

Operating Instructions:

  • Insert Roto Auger into drill with pointed tip away from drill. Tighten drill chuck securely.
  • Hold the drill firmly with both hands.
  • Place the drill tip of the Roto Auger straight down into ground where you wish to dig.
  • Start drill slowly.  Do not push too hard.  Medium speed is adequate to operate the Roto Auger.  Allow Roto Auger to drill its own hole.
  • Dig down 2″ – 3″ then slowly pull out, allowing dirt to spin off.
  • Repeat until desired depth is reached. Works best in damp soil.

Caution: If you hit a rock, root or other object, you will have to relocate the hole. Roto Auger is not designed to dig through hard materials.

Product SKU: IREA-4

Additional Information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 1.5 x 5 x 21.5 in
Material

Steel

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