Spiral Hole Drill perfect for planting bulbs, bedding plants, and seedlings. It does the work for you and digs holes with ease. DIY Guru Auger is the ideal choice for the homeowner looking to plant more in less time, while also being able to do those less than desirable homeowner jobs.
Perfect bulb planting auger for tulips, iris, bulbs, bedding plants, and seedlings.
Exceptional quality and value. Durable and useful and can be used for a long time.
Save time and energy. Use in any electric or cordless drill that can accommodate a 3/8" bit. No better tool for digging holes in your yard.
Also great for digging weeds up by the roots. Quickly digs holes up to 7 inches deep and 1.75 inches wide using the power of your handheld drill.
Weight: 270 g.
Size: 1.6"×8.7" 、1.6"×17.7" 、2"×8.7"、2"×17.7"
1 x Spiral Hole Drill.
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The auger appeared to be light duty for getting under a 4' wide walkway. I was really worried about hitting a rock and the auger would break. However, as soon as the auger hit a rock it got stuck and the drill continued to spin. Some of the metal got stripped. I worked the auger back and forth a few times, and it got passed the obstacle. Since the walkway is wider than the auger's length, I had to work the auger from both sides. Again, I worked it back and forth until the hole was all the way through. I also had to work close to a water sprinkler line on both ends of the walkway. Once the hole was completely through, I had no troubles pushing through a 3/4" electrical pvc pipe. Other than the slightly stripped end of the auger, it survived and did the job.
I used this to dig footings underneath an existing ground-level deck. I am building a kitchen on top of my deck, and realized I should add an extra beam for support. There is less than 2 feet of clearance under the deck, so I could not bring in a traditional auger or post hole digger. Removing deck boards was also not an option.
So I tried this, and it far exceeded expectations. I ended up digging 20" deep, 9" diameter. This allowed me to break up the dirt, then remove by hand.
This auger will be an absolute great buy for any gardener. It makes hole digging for planting so much quicker and easier than toiling with a trowel or spade. Spring bulb planting was a breeze this year, I will never go back to the pain staking manual hole digging.
I was very pleased with this auger as it dug very fast and cut the flower bed prep time in half. Only thing I did not like was that the coat stripped off on a first use. I've got to do something so it won't rust. (note : when you use a drill, stay slow with the speed. If you hit rock or hard soil while in high speed it can throw your wrist, elbow, shoulder out! )
Used it to plant a few hundred English oak truffle tree seedlings and it worked great.
Works great! Attached to my drill and made perfect holes for planting my flower bulbs.
I have used this on three of my trees and three neighbors have borrowed it. After a couple of holes you get the message on how to drill in the dirt. Lots of up and down so you don't get stuck. I found when you do just reverse and back it out. I had no problem with the auger coming loose from the drill chuck. End of auger is flat, about 1/4 inch,, was helping a neighbor with her trees and hit a plastic irrigation pipe you could feel it, no damage to the pipe, just moved over a couple of inches. Would highly recommend this for the DIYer..
Planted 200 daffodils and 300 tulips in about four hours over a two week period. Important thing to remember is to use your drill at slow speed. You can plant ten bulbs in about five minutes when you do them in clumps. Would buy again and highly recommend it. Better than the longer augur because you get more torque.
My soil is hard clay in some areas and filled with tree roots in others. It was tough digging with a shovel, spade or any other tool. This auger is strong and wide enough to loosen soil easily and it does a great job.
I absolutely love this auger. I bought it because I bought forty tulip bulbs which I was planning on planting in hard clay soil. It took me about 45 minutes to plant all of the bulbs. It drilled through the clay like it was soft loam, ripped through tree roots and piled all the dirt next to the hole. Just keep a firm grip on the drill, preferably with two hands, because this baby rips.