Look & Feel:
The tiller you use will determine if your garden will bloom after you have planted. Engine power, the tines, the materials used in the design, and the performance when in use are just among the few features that one looks out for in a tiller. This article is a review of the Earthwise 11-inch 8.5-amp Corded Electric Tiller and Cultivator TC70001.
The Earthwise TC70001 Corded Electric Tiller and Cultivator features:
This YouTube Video is a demonstration of the working of the Earthwise TC70001:
The following are the electric tiller reviews for Earthwise TC 7001 according to its performance, forgiveness, look and feel, build quality, and price.
Earthwise Electric Tillers are run by electricity and are more powerful when compared to other devices. The tines on the blade are made from steel.
This gives it the strength to cut through loose soil effectively, but it is not hardened enough for use in hard and rocky grounds.
Moreover, it is not recommended for use in areas where weeds are long and widely spread. This is because these weeds might tangle with the blades, making them useless.
For the next part of our review, let’s compare the Earthwise TC70001 electric tiller to other tillers on the market today.
Unlike the Earthwise, this tiller has a higher engine capacity of 12amp, making it stronger. There is a difference of 2 pounds on the weight, with SunJoe weighing 27 pounds against the 25 pounds of the Earthwise.
On top of this, both are cultivators and tillers, making them appropriate for use for breaking the new and areas already planted before. Moreover, SunJoe has 6 rather than 4 tines, a property that gives it an advantage.
The latter’s wheels are also adjustable. On price, SunJoe is more expensive, but only by a smaller margin. The performance of both tillers can be rated at the same level, and they are both recommended for use by small-to-medium size gardeners.
Earthquake is another powerful electrical tiller that is as good as Earthwise with just a few differences. First, the tilling depths of the two tillers are equal at 8 inches, but the widths are different.
Earthquake digs to a width of 10 inches while the width of Earthwise is 11 inches. The tines and drag stake of this tiller are adjustable, while those of Earthwise are fixed.
In addition, the speed, throttle, and clutch control of this cultivator can be varied unlike that of Earthwise. However, Earthwise is cheaper, giving you better value for your money. Both these engines are recommended for use by gardeners owning small to medium-sized gardens.
The Mantis 7250 is the last product of comparison to the Earthwise tiller. The former’s engine has a better performance with a wattage of 540. Also, it weighs less by 4 pounds, at 21 pounds and has a 10-inch depth, which is deeper than the 8-inch depth that is offered by Earthwise.
This tiller can al
so be folded to aid storage and transport, a property that Earthwise lacks.
However, both of them have the advantages of both cultivators and tillers. Generally, the performance and quality of Mantic 7250 is better than that of Earthwise, and it is recommended for use in much harder grounds.