April 29, 2006
Hose Drill — Dig a hole with water!
Hey — it worked for the Grand Canyon so why shouldn't it work in your yard?
From the website:
- Garden Dig–It® — Water Power "Digs" Holes 4 Times Faster Than You and Your Shovel
No need for endless, back-breaking digging!
Simply attach your garden hose to the Garden Dig-It and let water pressure dig holes for you from 2" to 8" wide, down to 36" deep, in seconds!
Garden Dig-It's cyclonic "drilling" action works in any type of soil, with any home water pressure, so you can use it for planting, mailbox or fence posts, bulbs, trellis, bird feeders, etc.
Also ideal for removing deeply embedded stones or roots from the ground.
Uses 1 gallon of water per minute.
Originally $79.99, then $39.99 but now priced to surf out of the warehouse at warp speed for a wet 'n wild $29.97.
Of course, there's a huge question mark lingering, to wit: how will it play in the Albert Hall?
If it should pan out then finally — at long last — the hosen shall be synonymous with the chosen.
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Where can someone buy the Garden Dig It
Posted by: ray | Feb 20, 2010 4:17:34 PM
where can I order garden dig it that is in your article on the web site..I have one and love it,but I need another for a gift.I can't remember where I ordered the mine.I would appreciate it if you are able to help me to find someone that I can order one from. THANKS
Posted by: loretta cahoon | Jun 20, 2008 2:50:39 PM
Joe, as a member of the crack investigative team I've got to say that this item can be made, no tools involved, for around $8US. I do love gadgets but I'll have to pass on this one. Best.
Posted by: Brian | Apr 29, 2006 12:09:59 PM
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