Garden Auger Drill Bit - Small 178mm

Planting made easy!

item: 6582
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Product Info

Digging and planting made easy with Hoselink's Garden Auger Drill Bit!

Turn your drill into a soil digging tool. This drill attachment makes it easy to quickly plant bulbs and seedlings as well as cultivate the soil. This model has a 178mm (7-inch) long auger and is 50mm (2-inches) wide.

Attaches to a regular 18V cordless drill for convenience. Chuck must be greater than 10.5mm wide.

Made from solid steel and hand-welded to ensure it won't bend or twist under pressure.

Cutting edge built into the shaft to ensure only minimum force is required. Easily digs through subsoil and clay.

Ensure you rinse or wipe the auger after use to prolong its life.

Also available in 300mm (12") size - follow this link: https://www.hoselink.com.au/products/garden-auger-drill-bit-large-12

Note: Product does not include a drill.

 

 

 

 

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Product Specifications

Model Name Garden Auger Drill Bit - Small 7"
Model Number 6582
Material Powder coated Steel
Colour Black
Length 7 inches
Assembly Required No
Individual Item Yes
Warranty 1 year

What's Included

  • Garden Auger Drill Bit - Small 7"
  • Latest Hoselink Catalogue 

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15/03/2020
Ron C.
Australia Australia
I recommend this product
Great tool, but.....

The Auger itself is an excellent tool for the garden but the problem was that the shank did not fit into my cordless drill. After a couple of phone calls to Hoselink who tried very hard to address the problem I decided to take matters into my own hands and with a grinder gently removed the angled corners of the shank which allowed it to then fit into my drill. Have then found the Auger a very useful tool to use in the garden as my wife does as well.

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