11 in. 10.5 Amp Corded Electric Tiller/Cultivator

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Scotts TC70105S 11 in. 10.5 Amp Corded Electric Tiller/Cultivator

Item #: TC70105S by Scott

UPC #: 026479701057

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Corded Electric

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CSA Listed

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3 year

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3 Year



Scotts Tiller/Cultivator TC70105S is a power tool for your green garden. This tiller can condition your soil and prepare it for sowing. The Scotts small tiller has an adjustable cutting width of 7-11 inches and a depth of 8 inches. Even though it is small, it packs a lot of power to plow even hard-packed soil. It is reliable and easy to operate. This electric soil tiller can also get rid of weeds in your green lawn. If you want a durable dirt tiller, opt for steel alloy tines that can last so you can save money on maintenance and tiller tine replacement.

  • Powerful 10.5-Amp electric motor tiller
  • Versatile cultivator and weed control tool
  • Ideal for any garden, lawn, yard, or flower bed
  • 4-adjustable tines made of alloy steel
  • Easy to set up and use
  • Soft ergonomic grip handle for comfort during use
  • Built-in cord retention hook for uninterrupted tilling action
  • Planet-friendly, yet powerful alternative to a gas-powered tiller
  • 3-year manufacturer's warranty

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