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Walmart.com also has Sun Joe TJ604E 16" 13.5 AMP Electric Garden Tiller/Cultivator on sale for $104.99. Shipping is free or choose free store pickup where stock permits.

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Looking for tiller found out this item on amazon but Walmart has better price.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Sun-Jo.../537192375
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Honest review - this thing is awesome for the size. Chews up any dirt you throw at it. Makes it real easy to start a lawn or garden without breaking your back. The light weight also makes it easy to store.
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Yes, it fast spinning metal blades will damage plastic sprinkler heads.
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Honest review - this thing is awesome for the size. Chews up any dirt you throw at it. Makes it real easy to start a lawn or garden without breaking your back. The light weight also makes it easy to store.
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Awesome this is exactly what I needed.
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Honest review - this thing is awesome for the size. Chews up any dirt you throw at it. Makes it real easy to start a lawn or garden without breaking your back. The light weight also makes it easy to store.

Thanks I am worried that it wont chew up the dirt since I am in some hardpan
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I have an EarthWise 11" 8.5amp that I got for $73 on Amazon back in 2014. Works good as long as you don't push it too hard, but kinda let it do its own thing. It overheats pretty fast if it's a 90°+ day, so have to use it in the evenings, but exceeded my expectations. I'd imagine this 13.5amp one would be quite a bit more powerful, assuming you use a 12 or 14ga extension cord that's not overly long.
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Honest review - this thing is awesome for the size. Chews up any dirt you throw at it. Makes it real easy to start a lawn or garden without breaking your back. The light weight also makes it easy to store.
Can attest to this - bought one last year - used it 2 years running for a whole bunch of landscaping. Worked in hard clay with roots as long as I let it do it's thing and didn't force it. Used 12 ga extension cord @ 50' - no problem. Was PLEASEANTLY surprised with performance considering it was electric and not gas. Happily recommend this one.
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If you need to use this a distance greater than 50 feet from an outlet, I recommend getting the Sun Joe TJ603E. It works great and only uses a 12 amp motor which allows for use of a 100 foot 14 ga cord.

Also, here is a great guide for deciding what type of extension cord to buy:
https://www.homedepot.com/c/facto...s_HT_BG_EL
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got 1, thnx
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I have an EarthWise 11" 8.5amp that I got for $73 on Amazon back in 2014. Works good as long as you don't push it too hard, but kinda let it do its own thing. It overheats pretty fast if it's a 90°+ day, so have to use it in the evenings, but exceeded my expectations. I'd imagine this 13.5amp one would be quite a bit more powerful, assuming you use a 12 or 14ga extension cord that's not overly long.
Yes thats the one I got too! Does an amazing job for weeding & tearing up a dirt road into a runway
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Will it damage sprinkler heads?
Yes, it fast spinning metal blades will damage plastic sprinkler heads.
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Anyone recommend a way for the extension cord to not keep falling out of the tiller plug? I end up having to have the extension cord over my shoulder to keep some slack because the plug is so finicky. I'm using a good extension cord, too.
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Bought one two weeks ago, fantastic product. I have a ton of rocks and roots and was expecting to use this only once (seeding 900sqft). It ate everything I threw at it. If you need a tiller, buy this.
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