The Mantis Electric Tiller/Cultivator is an amazingly powerful, extremely quiet, and tool for your garden. Starting could not be easier simply plug it in, pick a speed and squeeze the throttle. An electric motor delivers approximately hp to the patented tines, spinning them at up to 240 RPM. This allows the Mantis Electric Tiller to easily break through sod and hard clay. The compact design tills a 9-inch wide path, making this tiller easy to maneuver narrow rows and along fences. A full range of optional attachments expand the capabilities of the Mantis Electric Tiller in the garden and your yard. Comes with a Border Edger Attachment and Kickstand. Other attachments include a Plow, Planter\Furrower and Lawn Dethatcher. The entire tiller comes with a factory-backed 5 year consumer warranty that includes the engine. The tines are guaranteed for life against breakage.
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The Mantis Electric Tiller/Cultivator features folding handle bars which make it convenient to store in a garage or tool shed.
The Mantis Electric Tiller/Cultivator's durable one-piece cast gear box is designed to last. Additionally, the tines are guaranteed against breakage for the lifetime of the tool.
The Mantis Electric Tiller/Cultivator makes it easy to maintain your garden. Simply reverse the tines to shallow-cultivate depths of up to three inches--it's much faster than using hand tools. And because it tills a nine-inch-wide path, this tool is especially useful in tight spaces and hard-to-reach areas. That's a real advantage for raised-bed gardeners.
Don't be fooled by the small, compact design of the Mantis Electric Tiller/Cultivator. Though it weighs a mere 21 pounds and has a width of only nine inches, the Mantis is powerful, thanks to its three-speed electric motor.
A reliable push-button primer will get you started, but the tines won't move until you squeeze the throttle. Once you've activated the throttle, the patented serpentine tines spin at up to 240 RPM to break through sod--even hard clay--tilling down to a depth of 10 inches.