Customer Reviews for TB225 2-Cycle Garden Cultivator
Review 1 for TB225 2-Cycle Garden Cultivator
Ease of Use
Ease of Starting
Location:Simi Valley, CA, USA
Lot Size:Less than 1/2 acre
2out of5 stars (4 Reviews)
Date:January 11, 2014
Starting the Cultivator is a work out!
"I have had my cultivator for over a year and every time I go to use it, even if I just stopped to fill it with gas and continue on, it is a work out. I have already replaced the rope start since it wears on the eyelets during multiple pulls to start it. Once it is running it works great, I just cant stand the fact that it takes forever to get to that point. I am just about ready to buy a Mantis due to the frustration level this causes. It would be easier to turn the dirt and break it with a shovel and hoe, than to pull the rope to start it."
"Many many years I have dreamed of owning one of these.. This past Mothers day 2013 the dream came true..
I have used it 4-5 short times now and have had these issue's
1.. the little black caps on the front of the frame fell off and have gone to dirt space. 2.. Today soon after starting it and was going around the squash plants I watched the Air filter cover, filter and plate FALL OFF..
"I bought this yesterday and used it off and on all day today. I really hope it lasts, because this is a great little machine.
Granted this does not have the power of a full size tiller, but it is perfect for an in city garden like mine. It is nice and compact for storing, yet has more that enough power to tear through weeds between rows. Likewise, if you don't mind breaking ground with a shovel, this little machine will shred up the clods for planting.
Overall, if you have a garden measured in feet rather than acres, this is a great time saver."