There certainly is no shortage of powerful tillers and cultivators on the market. No matter how large the land plot, landowners can quite easily find whatever they require.
Here, however, we aren’t going to talk about those bulky and pricey units. Not everyone needs them, after all.
Today, we would like to introduce you to the AAVIX AGT307 garden cultivator, an inexpensive unit designed to be used on smaller gardens and land plots. And if you just so happen to be looking for a cultivator for your garden, our overview of the AAVIX AGT307 cultivator may be of interest to you.
Features of the AAVIX AGT307 Cultivator
Nice Performance for Smaller Gardens
The most crucial thing in any cultivator is performance. In the AAVIX AGT307 garden cultivator, it appears to be excellent for what this tool is.
Aside from that, the AAVIX AGT307 cultivator appears to work quite well in not too tough soil, as well as in soil without rocks or thick/dense roots. What this cultivator will definitely be unsuitable for is breaking new ground, so keep that in mind.
Designed to till up to 8.7 inches in depth and 12.6 inches in width, the AAVIX AGT307 is going to deal with smaller land plots or gardens very quickly, given that you use the cultivator properly and if the soil isn’t too tough. How large gardens to use this cultivator in will depend on your patience and needs, but we’d recommend you get this unit only if you have a smaller land plot.
Maintenance-Free Electric Operation
A key feature in the AAVIX AGT307 cultivator is its electric motor that doesn’t rely on any kind of fuel. Compared to gas-operated cultivators, the electric motor of this unit implies a wide array of benefits.
First of all, electric motors need little to no maintenance. Most importantly, you don’t need to buy any gasoline to power this cultivator, which means cheaper operation in the long run, though this will really depend on the prices of gas and electricity in your area.
The electric motor of this cultivator not only doesn’t need fuel but also requires little to no maintenance. Pretty much the only maintenance you need to perform with this cultivator is keeping it clean.
The electric motor makes the AAVIX AGT307 cultivator quieter than its gasoline counterparts, albeit it still is a rather loud instrument. Aside from that, the motor makes this cultivator lighter, which positively impacts its portability.
On the other hand, what the electric motor of this cultivator certainly lacks is power. Gasoline cultivators tend to be able to deal with much tougher soil than electric ones and also can break new land, which is a thing to keep in mind. On the other hand, if you know that you don’t need the power of a gasoline cultivator, then the performance of AAVIX AGT307 should be well enough for you.
Apart from that, the electric motor can’t operate autonomously since it requires 120V AC power. This cultivator’s power cord is also very short, so you will have to use extension cords in order to move away from an AC power source.
To allow for convenient operation, the AAVIX AGT307 cultivator features a long ergonomic handle with the controls on its right-hand side. To turn the motor of this thing on, you have to hold its handle. When you release the handle – whether accidentally or intentionally – the cultivator shuts down, which actually is great in terms of safety.
The handle doesn’t have any height adjustment, but its decent length should allow most people to use this cultivator comfortably.
Lightweight & Portable Design
As we mentioned above, the electric motor makes the AAVIX AGT307 cultivator rather light. Weighing around 23 pounds, this cultivator is quite easy to move around, as well as to operate while loosening the soil.
Plastic fasteners allow this cultivator’s handle to be easily disassembled for convenient transport and storage. When disassembled, the cultivator can be carried via the plastic handle made into the motor housing. And when assembled, you can make use of the 6-inch wheels that can be folded up when the cultivator is in operation.
The wheels in the AAVIX AGT307 cultivator look a bit flimsy, to be fair, but given the lightness of this unit, they should serve you for quite some time.
And the last notable benefit of the AAVIX AGT307 cultivator is its cheap price. This is partly because this is an electric cultivator – gasoline cultivators tend to cost a little more. So if you happen to be on a tighter budget and have a small garden that needs cultivation, AAVIX AGT307 may be an excellent choice for you.
Pros & Cons
Does this cultivator come fully assembled?
It comes mostly assembled. You only need to assemble the handle and put the cultivator’s wheels on their spots. The included manual will walk you through the assembly process.
What’s the maximum extension cord length for this cultivator?
AAVIX doesn’t seem to provide any figures, but one reviewer claims that they operated this cultivator with 150 feet of extension cords.
Can the tilling depth and width be adjusted?
No, this cultivator doesn’t allow adjustment of tilling depth and width.
The AAVIX AGT307 garden cultivator appears to be an excellent instrument with no major downsides. It is a rather inexpensive tool that has the power to effortlessly cultivate softer soil types, and do so rather quickly in small areas.
This cultivator does have a couple of downsides, but they are so minor that most people won’t even pay attention to them. All in all, if you have a small land plot and need to just loosen the ground to plant seeds, then the AAVIX AGT307 cultivator may be an excellent option for you.