The leaves are staring to fall and there is a brisk chill creeping into the air. That means that winter is creeping in closer and closer, especially for us that live in northern States. There are so many tasks that have to get accomplished to prepare for winter but one by far is tilling the garden.
In the past, for me, I had to borrow someone’s tiller as I did not own my own and to rent one was too cost prohibitive.
All of that changed this year as I had the chance to receive a Sun Joe 16 inch 13,5 amp electric garden tiller. This great tiller was perfect for the small garden that I had and with the ease of plugging this in I was able to get my garden ready for the spring by tilling under the earth.
When the box arrived I was surprised at how light it was. I had used larger tillers in the past and knew how heavy they were, but this came in a small box that was light enough for me to carry on my own.
As you take this our the Sun Joy electric tiller comes in only a few pieces, and you need no tools to be able t use this and get up in running in no time at all.
It took me about 5-10 minutes at most to put this together and once together and plugged in I was ready to start my work.
I found that as I took this out to the garden that once it hit the ground it cut through the earth with ease and I had no issues with getting the small garden completed in no time.
In the end this Sun Joe electric tiller was perfect for what I needed to get the job done! Also, for the price I could not have asked for anything better!
Below are a few thoughts that I thought I would share additionally with you!
- Leave a comment about what you would use this tiller for if you won!
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