Husqvarna has been one of the most popular brands of chainsaw manufacturers for a long time and it’s easy to see why, with their reputation for building quality machines that last for many years. Their medium sized models are the benchmark for 18 and 20-inch saws so we have taken the two best sellers from their mid-range landowner models and pitched them against each other to see which one is best for your needs.
Husqvarna makes some of the most popular chainsaws around with models catering for everything from the casual novice user to an experienced contractor. Two of their most popular mid-range machines are the 445 and 450 18” gas powered saws which are very similar with just a couple of differences, mainly in the engine and power output.
Generac has a range of gas-powered pressure washers to cater for all types of use, from cleaning decks, patios, and vehicles to paint stripping and graffiti removal. With around ten different models, PSI ratings from 2500 up to 4200 and various GPM ratings, you might be wondering either A) what the hell we’re talking about or B) how you’re going to select the right model for your particular use!
Rototillers are amazing machines and once you’ve used one, you will wonder why you didn’t buy one sooner! They take so much of the hard work out of maintaining your garden from digging over new ground to create a new a flowerbed or vegetable plot, to easily weeding around your borders and veggies. We hope our best rototiller reviews help you to find a suitable model.
The original 2-cycle tiller, introduced back in the 1980s, was treated as something of a gimmick when it first came out. Most keen gardeners, particularly men, thought it was not going to be up to the job and preferred to stick to pushing their trusty old and heavy machines around. Fast forward a few years and now everyone, men and women, young and old alike just love their Mantis tillers. We hope our Mantis tiller review proves helpful to you.
Ever since their introduction back in 1980, the Mantis range of tillers has been considered by some as a bit of a toy compared to the big and heavy tillers around today. In fact, initially, the model was shunned by men who thought it was a tool only for women to use around the garden!
How wrong they were as now the Mantis tillers and cultivators are a popular choice for gardeners of all ages, men and women alike. These mini-dynamos can transform clumps of dirt into the perfect soil for planting in a very short time.
If you’re looking at a tiller for your small to medium sized garden, then you are most likely going to be checking out models where the tines are mounted at the front. These machines are light and easy to use and offer the best value for money, plus they handle well in tighter spaces.
Husqvarna is one of the go-to brands for garden power tools and their FT900-CA Tiller is the only model they make with the tines on the front. So, if you’re checking out which Husky tiller is for you, this could be it!
The thought of digging over a large garden several times a year often fills people with dread and so they start looking into some sort of garden tiller that can do most of the back-breaking work for them. Husqvarna is one of the leading names in outdoor power tools so it’s natural that people will see what they have to offer.
In this review, we’re going to take a close look at one of their rear tine tillers, the CRT900L 17-inch model which sits right in the middle of their range and is ideal for frequent cultivating, tilling and plowing of both established beds and new ground.
Preparing soil is a major task that confronts many gardeners and landscape contractors every year, one that can be made a lot easier with the right garden tiller. This can make the difference between a successful project and one that takes forever through backbreaking manual labor and a spade.
The Southland SRTT196E Rear Tine Tiller is one of the most popular on the market with a 4-stroke OHV engine, heavy duty self-propelled wheels and a 10-inch tilling depth to really break up and aerate the toughest of soils, even on compacted new ground.