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Overview

Model # UT46510 Store SKU # 1000112975

The Homelite 8.5 Amp Electric Cultivator provides an efficient, easy to use wheeled cultivator that's perfect for small lots and gardens. This cultivator features an 8-inch to 10-inch adjustable tilling width and a 7 3/4-inch cultivating depth.

  1. Powerful 8.5 amp motor
  1. 8-inch tine diameter
  1. 8-inch to 10-inch adjustable tilling width
  1. 7 3/4-inch cultivating depth

Specifications


Power Type

Corded Electric


Battery System

Other Battery Platform


Product Type

Cultivators

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in inches)
31.5
Assembled Height (in inches)
10.6
Assembled Weight (in lbs)
35
Assembled Width (in inches)
14.8
Packaged Depth (in inches)
31.5
Packaged Height (in inches)
10.6
Packaged Weight (In lbs)
35
Packaged Width (in inches)
14.8

Details

Battery System
Other Battery Platform
Battery Voltage
N/A
Certified
Commercial/Residential
Residential
Country of Origin
CN-China
Number of Batteries Included
No Battery Included
Power Type
Corded Electric
Product Type
Cultivators

Warranty / Certifications

Contact Homelite Consumer Products at 1-800-242-4672
8.5 Amp Electric CultivatorHomelite 8.5 Amp Electric CultivatorThe Homelite 8.5 Amp Electric Cultivator provides an efficient, easy to use wheeled cultivator that's perfect for small lots and gardens. This cultivator features an 8-inch to 10-inch adjustable tilling width and a 7 3/4-inch cultivating depth.
Homelite
1000112975
CAD2392024-02-22
The Home Depot Canada
8.5 Amp Electric Cultivator is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 48.
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Rated 5 out of 5 by from This thing is KILLER! I just tried this little workhorse on our garden and it is incredible! The secret to using this thing is all in the user and im not sure why this thing has any bad reviews unless the people don't know what they are doing. Like another reviewer said, set the stake correctly and then if you really wanna hit that 8-10 inch deep mark you should pull it slowly towards you while rocking it and letting it really dig in. I practically made ditches in my garden using it this way! Excellent product IF used correctly and still really good even just using it normally with no technique!
Date published: 2011-05-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A little machine that likes to work - FIVE STARS It is not 12 amps, but 8.5 and it says so right on the box. This is a very hard working little machine. I was afraid at first that it could not do the job that I wanted it to do. But, it went right to work and really impressed me. I am chomping away at the back lawn and it mostly moss and rocks. These kinds of things do not stop this machine at all. It really likes to work and I am glad - because I don't. Don't let the tiny motor turn you off. It is a great little performer and easy to use. And, even easier to assemble. No tools required at all.
Date published: 2010-05-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Works Great Until it Breaks I was pleasantly surprised by this great little machine. Easy to assemble and use, and lots of power to rip out the sod left by the white grubs. After two days I was almost finished the lawn when the gear box gave out. Great return policy so a few weeks later I bought another one to finish the job, hoping that the first one was a lemon. It didn't last as long before its gear box seized up so it too got returned.
Date published: 2014-06-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Homelite Electric Cultivator WOW! 8.5 amps chews through a lot when you use a rated extension cord. Our garden is 200sq ft (10 x 10). It took me 15 mins and I let it dig down to around 10". I've rented gas tillers for years - no more! NO LAG, NO OVERHEAT! This was an excellent purchase! It took all of 5 mins to assemble too.
Date published: 2013-05-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Homelite Cultivator Bought the Homelite Cultivator and assembled it at home. Easy assembly. We tilled 2 raised bed - 9 x 12 and 8 x 20 - both beds had sifted soil so we just needed to mix in leaves and compost and softed the soil to make the beds ready for planting. The cultivator initially ran very well - nice and quiet. However after 3 hours of usage the tiller began to make a terrible noise - sounded like a bearing was gone - checked the cultivator and nothing was caught up in it so we returned it. The staff were great and exchanged it for another one. We got the new one home and found that one of the tined wheels was not manufactured correctly and wouldn't go on the drive shaft properly. We returned this one and that was enough for us - poor quality machining and poor quality control from the factory. I wouldn't recommend this brand of cultivator to anyone.
Date published: 2014-05-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not up to the job We went about 5 steps with this machine in sandy soil, within an area that was gardened a couple of years ago but was (cut) weeds. It stopped working and smoke came out of it. We took it back and got our money back.
Date published: 2010-05-23
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does it fold down for storage

Asked by: Anonymous
Yes you can fold the handle down by loosening the yellow knobs and collapsing that connection. Loosen the knob enough so that the bolt will allow the interlocking area to disengage. Many thanks for writing in!
Answered by: Mattblure
Date published: 2013-10-23

Do i need to add oil in the jack shaft., or lower end?

Asked by: Anonymous
No everything is sealed. I oil the tines to prevent rust though
Answered by: ridgidexpert
Date published: 2013-10-23

homelite electric cultivator 12 amp specs list 8.5A?

i am interested in the homelite electric cultivator. it is called 12Amp but specs list as 8.5 Amp? which is correct? thank you Doug
Asked by: Anonymous
It is a 12 amp motor...must be a printing error in the specs. This is the same unit as the old Ryobi 12 amp electric cultivator the Depot has had for a while. We are now selling under the Homelite brand name.
Answered by: ridgidexpert
Date published: 2013-10-23

Does it use oit & where to you put it if it does?

Asked by: Anonymous
no oil is required in the engine.
Answered by: ridgidexpert
Date published: 2013-10-23
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