What kind of Greenworks 10-Inch 40V Cordless Cultivator do you need?
High Performance G-MAX 40V Lithium-Ion Battery delivers fade-free power with no memory loss after charging. 4 adjustable 8-inch forward rotating tines for highest performance when digging into earth. Adjustable tilling width of 8.25-inch to 10-inch for quick reliable tilling. Tilling depth of up to 5-inch delivers fast results for your needs to promote a healthy garden. Compatible Only with G-MAX 40V Battery Models 29462 and 29472.Aggressive digging capabilities with up to 2000 strikes per minute for tough jobs
Is this what you need when you buy Greenworks 10-Inch 40V Cordless Cultivator?
Green works GMAX 40V 10 Inch Cultivator is the next alternative to its gas powered counterparts with reliable performance and dependability. This powerful cultivator can reliably make your job in the garden easier without the hassle of spilling gas and worrying about extension cords. Designed with robust features such as four 8 adjustable tines for maximum tilling width of 8.25 to 10 , adjustable tilling depth selector up to 5 , large 6 rear wheels and durable gear drive transmission to handle tough areas with ease. Safety feature include an Easy Start 2-Step Switch to prevent accidental start ups and eliminates hard to manage gas pull cords. Operated by Green works powerful NEW GMAX 40V 2 AH Lithium-Ion battery, you can depend on this tiller to perform at the highest efficiency level and consistency throughout its entire run time of up to 40 minutes with ZERO carbon footprint in the yard. Increase your run time with our GMAX 40V 4 AH battery. Energy Star rated, you can charge your battery for .04 or less, saving you money and avoid messing oil spills and extension cords. Green works light weight design makes this the ultimate cultivator and a great tool for the complete yard work solution.
Customer reviewsOne day in and very happy
I took heed of the previous reviews and 1 installed the handle upside down because I m short and 2 wiped a bit of silicone along the edges of the battery before placing it in the compartment, and 3 used a bolt instead of that flimsy pin to secure the wheel assembly. These three hacks worked out perfectly. But beware of the instructions Had I followed them, the tines would have been installed backwards. Use your common sense and compare with the drawings when placing them on the shaft. The circle pins supplied don t seem to have any use at all use the big cotter pins on the shaft.