Best Corded Electric Tillers

Updated October 2019
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Corded electric tillers are best for working in loose soil; they may struggle with breaking hard, compact soil to establish a new garden. Because of this, corded electric tillers are most suitable for aerating, weeding, and mixing compost. You may be happiest with a corded electric tiller that has an adjustable width to get into tighter spaces. A lightweight tiller with folding handles will be easier to store. For safety, a shut-off bar or any other kind of dead man's switch is a necessity. A corded tiller that’s easy to assemble is a plus, but multi-position wheels are a must.

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