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Greenworks 27012 10-Inch 8 Amp Electric Cultivator/Tiller Reviewed by gazzau on December 23 Description: GreenWorks 27012 8 Amp 10-Inch Corded Cultivator : Power Tillers : Patio, Lawn & Garden Rating: 4.5

Greenworks 27012 10-Inch 8 Amp Electric Cultivator/Tiller

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27012 Features: -Electric tiller. -8A Power. -8-1/4" or 10" (removable tines) tilling width. -4" Tilling depth . -Assembly required.

Customer Reviews

Worries laid to rest

270 people found this helpful.
 on March 16, 2011
By A. Schell
I suffer from “cheap” syndrome. I often buy the cheapest tool and end up throwing it away because it sucks, and buying a more expensive tool to replace it, which of course means I end up spending more money than if I had just bought a good tool to begin with. Knowing this flaw, I did not want to repeat my previous mistakes with a new tiller. I had never bought a tiller before, so I was learning from scratch. I’m a big fan of electric tools (especially with rising gas prices) so I had narrowed my choices down to three tillers. This one, a mantis, and a troy-bilt model. There are plenty of cheaper electric tillers out there, but I didn’t even want to waste my time.

1st time for Electric Cultivator/Tiller

94 people found this helpful.
 on January 30, 2011
By Michael
I have owned a Mantis Tiller for ten years and it is worn out, so I took a chance and bought the Greenworks 27012 as I could not find any reviews. Happy to say I am very pleased, the price and tilling are great. The power of the electric tiller is stronger than my 2 cycle Mantis, and the tines remove very easy.

absolutely love it!

18 people found this helpful.
 on April 11, 2012
By Janie
I got it out of the box and put it together in a short time. I waited a few days when rain gone and I was at home alone and thought I’m going to try to till. I was amazed! I’m only 4’11” and weight about 105 lbs and tilled my small garden with absolutely no problems. Seemed like it tilled about 6 inches deep right off and then I would till deeper by moving the excess dirt aside. This is undoubtedly the best tiller I have ever had. I have gotten to weak to use a pull string gas tiller and was grasping at straws. I sure am glad that I got it! I am sold on GreenWorks products. I had bought a Greenworks hedge trimmer a while back and loved it. Just recently I bought a Greenworks weedeater but have not used it yet, but will let you know. Go GreenWorks!

Greenwoorks 27012 tiller

24 people found this helpful.
 on June 6, 2012
By DNAgirl
I live in Ohio with clay soil so I was a bit apprehensive that this product would have enough power. I have a 20′ x20′ garden. It handled the clay well and really did a great job. I was able to till the whole thing in an afternoon. It is light and easy to use even for a small person like me. (I could not use the gas tiller I rented because it was too heavy). It was simple to assemble. My only complaint is the handle; it should be a bit more sturdy. It is good with already worked areas. We tried it on an area of grass that we were trying to reseed. It could not really till that. I am very satisfied and would recommend it to a friend. In fact, they are all borrowing it.

Tough little tiller!

32 people found this helpful.
 on May 24, 2012
I debated heavily between an electric and a gas tiller. The big debate stemmed from the lack of soil I have. I live in the Charlotte, North Carolina area. We do not have dirt, if you are lucky you get red clay. I am not lucky, I have shale – ie compacted red clay that is basically a brick. My big project was to clear out an area next to my woods with large hay type grass. I killed it, then took this greenworks device and about 75 feet of cord to the area to give it a good beating.

A brute for what its designed to do

2 people found this helpful.
 on December 15, 2013
By LF Homeowner
Many reviewers seem disappointed because this tiller can’t do what a full-sized, gas powered behemoth can do. Well, that’s right! There is no way this little guy with its little electric motor and comparatively miniscule tines can match the power and tilling depth of a full-blown gasoline tiller. However, that’s not its intended use. It is intended to be used for tilling small gardens and flower beds. For this purpose, it is an unstoppable brute!

Surprisingly strong, agile and solid. A great deal as a discontinued model.

 on November 5, 2015
By P. D. Thomas
I just took delivery of this Greenworks corded tiller yesterday and was eager to assemble it to see what’s what. Assembly was easy, just putting the handle together and installing the four tines took all of fifteen minutes. Be careful to put the tines onto the shaft in the right order though. The directions are a little vague in that aspect. Each tine has a letter and directional arrow etched into it, but it takes a little effort to find it. This a surprisingly sturdy little unit. Parts that look like they may be plastic in the photos are actually a decent gauge steel.

Powerful and easy to use

3 people found this helpful.
 on May 5, 2013
By David O. Dennett
I have a clay/rock yard, and wanted to put in a garden. The thought about doing it by hand with a spade was out of the question.

Easy to operate but seems a little lacking in power

19 people found this helpful.
 on March 5, 2012
By reinvestor
For the price and ability it can’t be beat. It seems as it does strain a little when it it digs down deep but then I am used to a gas powered tiller so the change in sound coming from the motor is just new to me. I do have to say that I had recently cut down a 20 ft. pine that was next to my garden. I had dug out and cut roots that were as thick as my arm. the other smaller roots, some as large as 1 inch across were too numerous to dig out. I was pleasantly surprised as how well this little tiller was able to cut up these smaller roots. Yes it did bounce a little on the larger ones but I can say my garden is now root free.

Green Digger

4 people found this helpful.
 on July 18, 2012
By upsididdle
After considering the price, specifications, and customer reviews of several competing tillers we purchased the Greenworks 2712 Tiller from Amazon. The order went smoothly and the tiller arrived on time as promised. Some of the reviewers mentioned that their tiller had arrived with minor scratches on the paint and so did ours. In addition the small parts container had broken open, fortunately all the pieces remained inside the box but we had to really search for one of the cotter pins that hold the tines in place as the pin was wedged under a flap in the box. There are only two of the pins supplied with the tiller and I wish there were more as the pin is of special design and thickness and it would be hard to find a useable replacement at a local hardware store.
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