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July 24, 2007

Garden Drill — Because fun in the dirt is the best kind

1rytj

Time to bring your drill upstairs and outside, what?

From the website:

    3-Piece Garden Drill Auger System

    Auger attaches to your 3/8" or 1/2" cordless or electric drill to easily dig holes and break up hard, compact soils for a variety of yard projects.

    Plant bulbs, aerate compost piles, cut through roots for removal of dead shrubs.

    Dig up to 3-ft. deep post holes effortlessly.

    Use as a rototiller for small gardens.

    Also great for mixing concrete, paint, or potting soils.

    It's the most versatile garden tool you'll own.

    Tool-grade steel.

    System includes 3"-diam. and 4"-diam. augers and 26" extension.

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Rarely have I featured an item that cries out "Flautist, Flautist" more insistently than this nifty bit o' kit.

2tjykj

$39.99.

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Drills post holes effortlessly - HAH! Not in my garden it wouldn't. Once you've battled through all the lumps of concrete from previous fence posts you reach rock-hard clay. All a toy like that would do is polish it a little.

Posted by: Skipweasel | Jul 25, 2007 4:28:24 PM

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