- 商品尺寸: 17.8 x 7.6 x 7.6 cm
- 商品重量: 454 g
- 发货重量: 454 g
- ASIN: B0015Z3OZ2
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电动花盆 7.62 厘米 x 17.78 厘米 灯泡和床上用品植物螺旋. 3-inch x 7-inch 307
- Increases planting time by up to 500-Percent
- Drills holes in all types of soil
- The dirt removed is left around edge of hole in loose, easy-to-pack condition
Power Planter products are efficient, extremely durable, long lasting, and cost effective. We stand by this quality with a lifetime guarantee on all of our products that assures that the workmanship is top notch and that they are completely free of manufacturing defects. In all ways, we put our customers needs first and foremost in our business practices.
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Ladies, if you give this a try, be sure to have a good grip on your drill. If you hit a rock or some other obstacle, the drill will spiral hard and wrench your wrist. But that's just what happens when using a drill, not a criticism of the bulb auger.
Last spring, in a triumph of fantasy over reality, I ordered 400 bulbs. It wasn't long before I regretted the order, thinking I'd never be able to get the bulbs planted. But this product is making that fantasy come true. Three-hundred more bulbs to go -- most of them shallow plantings, like crocus -- and I'm actually looking forward to it. This is the ONLY way to plant bulbs.
I plugged this thing into my drill and set to work. It seriously took me about an hour, maybe an hour and a half. This thing chews through any soil, without complaint. It hit roots, sometimes a rock, and it had no problem. A couple of pieces of advice:
Make sure that your drill is easily reversible. You're not going to be able to pull this thing out with thick soil on top, you'll want to reverse back out. You may want to use a spade to clear the hole you just drilled, too, though I just scooped by hand. (The idea of a little magic pile of soil next to the hole is a joke).
Wear goggles. I had some material get thrown up into my face while doing it -- though this may be that my drill was overpowered (see below). You don't want to take a stone to the eyeball.
Be careful if using a powerful drill not to go too far -- once the drill itself hits the top of the soil, you're burning the motor. In fact, if I did it again, I'd probably buy a cheap cordless drill for this job rather than using my expensive hammer drill.
Also, don't use a hammer drill -- an overpowered drill just rams through the soil and once you are in too deep, it'll wrench your arm. Ow. :)
I read a review cautioning the user against the bit binding on a root and twisting the drill out of your hand. That is a real possibility and happened to me several times. This is a risk with any drill situation...if the drill binds, something must give. Wear gloves and eye protection and pay attention. This is not a toy.