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March 29, 2007

Power Drill Garden and Yard Hole Auger



You can stop trying to count how many holes it takes to fill the Albert Hall — and drill your own.

Hard to believe it's time once again for fun in the garden.

From the website:

Garden and Yard Auger — Dig 4" Holes With Your Power Drill

Finally, a civilized way to dig holes for plants, bulbs or fence posts.

Just mount the Power Auger in your 3/8" or 1/2" power drill and a 3" or 4" hole is only minutes away.

Also great for planting vegetable or flower gardens.

Need to route a sprinkler hose or electrical cable under a sidewalk?

Just dig a clearance hole on either side of the sidewalk and then use the Power Auger horizontally to drill a passage hole for underground piping, etc.

Includes a 3"-dia. and a 4"-dia. auger (below) —


both measure 15" long.

Also includes one 26" extension.

Hex-end shaft won’t slip in drill chuck.

Auger bit can also be used to mix paint,


plaster or




But wait — there's more!

Need more reach?

For an additional $4.95 apiece they'll sell you as many 26"-long extensions (below)


as you like.

Why not see if you can hit oil and end your reliance on foreign sources once and for all?

Support energy independence!

No, Flautist — you have to bring your own drill to the party.

March 29, 2007 at 11:01 AM | Permalink


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i wan't to buy this product but i don't live in the usa and i see there is no way i can fill another cuontry than other the usa

Posted by: edison florentina | May 13, 2008 9:18:24 AM

Aaargh - don't mention ground augers! Our fence blew down a couple of months ago - I told the neighboutr it was a false economy putting new panels on old wooden posts. Still - she reckoned it was her landlord's problem, but in the end they arsed about so much I did it properly myself. It's now got nice concrete posts that should last a century instead of the half-decade from timber. Trouble is, the posts have been replaced several times before and everywhere I tried to sink a hole there was already a lump of concrete in the ground. Sodding thing!
Looks nice now it's done though.

Posted by: Skipweasel | Mar 30, 2007 5:55:03 PM

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