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Seymour 21306 AU-S6 Iwan Auger with Hardwood Handle, 6" Diameter

4.6
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Description

  • It is designed for general purpose use in a variety of soils
  • Steel blade is riveted to tough pliable iron yoke
  • Has a steel shaft with a welded steel t-handle
  • 6" Point spread
  • Made in USA

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Customer Reviews

Perfect quality and work perfectly for shallow WellsWorks perfectly for a shallow well. The 6 inch is the right size. Watch YouTube videos on how to drill the well. I want about 20 feet and have plenty of water. So I bought at the local hardware store the pipe to extend my handle. 5Easiest Way to Dig holes Besides Hiring Someone ElseI bought this for my husband because we were building a patio cover and needed to dig some holes for the posts. We have the traditional post hole digger but he has a heart condition and we have hard to dig clay soil and using the traditional one he was only able to dig a couple of holes a day. When we got this we went outside and went to work finishing digging the post holes. It was so fast and easy I was amazed. He dug 6 holes 3 feet deep in less than 30 minutes. We had all 8 posts set in concrete in just under 2 hours. But this isn't just for digging post holes we have used it to plant shrubs and trees as well. Its easy to use light weight, but very sturdy and although your arm muscles may be a little sore afterward it is easy on your back. I highly recommend this auger. 5Forget the gym... just find some clay.Edited to correct the pipe size needed... oops! it's 3/4" galvanized not 1".This really does work as well as everyone says. It cuts thru everything and is a true workout once you get underway a bit. Standard 3/4" galvanized metal pipes and fittings work fine from the hardware store to make the shaft longer. The farthest i've dug so far is about 18', and with clay the actual hardest part is getting the stuff out of the inside of the scoop.If you have to dig post holes, and you're unsure, these are easily 5 times faster than the clamshell type that every hardware store sells, with two handles. And there's no impact to your shoulders/arms/hands. Do yourself a favor, and pick this up. You'll be 100% satisfied with your purchase.And it's only $15 more than the average cost of a clamshell digger! 5Easy, efficient and no blisters for 21 holes 3-1/2 to 4 feet deep! One of the best tool investments ever!What a wonderful tool! I had to dig 21 holes 3-1/2 to 4 feet deep for an 8' fence and it was a cake walk! I bought 2 black steel pipe nipples 3/4" NPT x 10" and 2 couplings at the hardware store to make the handle longer. You may or may not need to do that depending on your needs. The property is Kansas black dirt that is packed like concrete... literally, a truck leaves no tracks or ruts! I had to remove the sod off the top with a spade and occasionally cut some big roots with a very sharp skinny spade but otherwise this thing chews it's way easily. It turns easily and partly pulls itself down... about 4 or 5 turns and it is full. I lift it out and then knocked it on the side of a wheel barrow so there was no mess on the lawn. I did not even work up a blister! 5An amazing tool. I am 59 years old and walk ...An amazing tool. I am 59 years old and walk with a quad cane or walker due to a bad left leg. I dug a perfect 18-inch deep hole in about five minutes and that's because I was going slowly and cautiously. No mess at all. I had a plastic bag next to the hole, the auger held the dirt securely as I pulled it up, and I just shook it out into bag.One thing: It comes with a nice 21-inch wood handle that fits nice and tight. However, I needed to dig the hole within five inches of the fence. So I got a slightly thinner wood dowel from Home Depot (1-11/16 in. dia.) of the same length that I could pull through, and shorten either side as I came up against the fence when turning it, and used that as the handle. Worked great.Seriously, folks. If you need to dig a post hole, or a well for that matter, this is the tool for you. Don't waste your time with, and your money, on a pick, spade and clamshell. 5DRILL BABY DRILL....but not any better than a clam shell digger.The quality of the tool is good but it did not provide any advantage over a clam shell type digger for me. My project was setting two 4"x4" gate posts and I struggled with my clam shell tool to get down to 2 feet. Wanted to go to 3 feet and spent and agonizing time using this tool, my clam shell diggers, and a hammer a steel stake to make it about another 8 inches before the "good" enough exhaustion light went off and I declared the project done.I don't know what type of sedentary type layer I was hitting, maybe sandstone, maybe shale, but I really needed a steel digging to more quickly punch through the layer. However, I had already spent enough $$$ on this project and couldn't bear to buy another tool.I would imagine that for this tool is better than other diggers for certain soil conditions. However for my hard packed clay/whatever this was no better than my other tools. 3Works very wellWell this gem really works as well as other reviewers have stated. I will say it is best used in combination with a post hole digger. This auger works to rapidly make a hole, however the clamshell action of a post hole type digger will allow you to easily clean up the sides of the hole as well as remove dirt debris from the bottom of the hole. I was able to make eight post holes 30" deep for 4 x 6 inch posts in approximately 6 hours in California hard pan dirt. Note this auger will not work in very rocky soil as it gets hung up on rocks and on tree roots, both of which I was able to address with the post hole digger and then continue augering. Also as noted by others, the hole actually comes out 7-8 inches in diameter, perfect for a 4 x 4 post. Combining this auger with the fence post digger allowed me to easily enlarge the hole for my 4 x 6 inch posts. I am very glad I purchased this auger for my retaining wall project, it saved me a tremendous amount of back work on the post holes. 5Easier and deeper-digging than a clamshell - MUCH cheaper than a mechanized augerI did my research before digging holes to secure our new arbor into 2-foot deep holes. The old clam-shell digger? Please... WAY too much work for a hole that is either not very deep OR too wide. (I wanted a hole just big enough to seat the 4 x 4s that extended into the legs of the Arbor.) An mechanized auger? Well, great, if you have one, but expensive and a lot of trouble to rent.I found out my ground is rockier than I expect, which made my work harder than it would have been without the rocks, but still this made steady progress and every stroke that didn't hit a large rock took up 4-6 inches of dirt and I had 2 feet deep holes in an hour of work, even digging around a wheel-barrow full of potato-sized rocks. 5but this auger works great! I will be digging a hole for the ...I normally would not give 5 stars for any product, but this auger works great! I will be digging a hole for the base of my ham radio vertical antenna, but I won't do that until I get to my new residence. I have to go down 4 feet to anchor the 1" diameter pipe for which my antenna will me mounted to at ground level. I have enough room in the hole to pour cement to secure the mounting pipe.I ordered this auger from Amazon a couple of weeks ago and received it in 2 days later. I used it just today to drill a practice hole to test the ease of use of this tool. I went down 3 and a half feet with it with hardly any effort. (The only hangup is that I will need to go 4 feet down with it, but it only goes down 3 and a half feet...that ok because I have a "ditch digging tool to go the extra half foot)....I am a 70 year old with a bad back and other health issues resulting from war. The practice hole I made with this auger was just perfect and so easy to make. I would give this auger 10 stars if I was allowed for the ease of use and the job it does, especially for an old guy like me. We will be using it for other projects also. It is very durable and long handles to make it easy. You don't have to put hardly any pressure down on the auger to dig. Just aim and twist with ease! It is worth every penny of the $70 price tag for it! 5Skeptical at first but totally worth itI was a little skeptical of this but the reviews were positive so I thought I'd take a chance. I had a bunch of fence posts to put in and the regular post hole digger I have combined with Georgia clay was not working well.Wife and I started using it to put in a few posts and wow I'm a convert. It's totally worth the money. I was able to put the posts at least two feet deeper, MUCH easier, than with the regular digger. It's easy enough to use that my wife, with little upper body strength, was able to dig a few holes quite easily. It drastically shortened the time and effort to put in the 10 fence posts we needed, with much less sweat and tears.It does choke on rocks so keep a trowel or the regular post hole digger handy. One other benefit is that it really chewed up the dirt from the hole pretty fine so when it came time to fill the hole back in around the post it was much easier to distribute it around the post instead of the big clumps you get with a regular digger. We didn't run into any roots where we were putting the posts so I'm not sure how it would handle those, but I assume the same would apply. 5
Seymour 21306 AU-S6 Iwan Auger with Hardwood Handle, 6

Seymour 21306 AU-S6 Iwan Auger with Hardwood Handle, 6" Diameter

4.6
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
€210,00
Sale price
€210,00
Regular price
€346,00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (€136,00)