82V Greenworks Cultivator Coming Soon

New 82V Greenworks Cultivator Delivers Commercial Grade Performance To Gardeners

Tired of hand cultivating like a chump? Or, would you like to aerate the garden without burning through fossil fuels to do it? If every gardening job you have is causing you grief, Greenworks Commercial has a battery powered cultivation solution to keep you from having to work so hard.

10-Second Summary

  • Greenworks Commercial GTL 100 82V Cultivator
  • Ideal for smaller commercial gardens
  • Brushless motor
  • 10″ cultivating width; 5″ cultivating depth
  • Quiet and emission-free
  • Adjustable, removable wheels
  • Ergonomic bike handle
  • Available in March 2019

Cultivate For Yourself A Smarter Way To Garden

Greenworks claims that this new tool is the first professional-grade cultivator to hit the market. So, what does the company mean by “professional grade?” It all comes down to features.

The Greenworks Commercial cultivator, launched on the brand’s 82V  platform, features a brushless motor for longer runtimes and extended tool life. It also features a 10-inch tilling width with a 5-inch depth. This not only primes your soil by aerating it, but it also helps with weed control as the growing season progresses.

Greenworks has designed the cultivator with adjustable, removable wheels, making it suitable for a variety of terrains and contours. They’ve also thrown on bike handles that help with maneuverability. A spray guard keeps the debris from getting thrown back into your face.

The 82V Greenworks cultivator is ideal for smaller commercial gardens and flowerbeds. And, because it doesn’t run on gas power, it’s particularly suited for those locations where noise and pollution ordinances are in place.

You can expect the Greenworks Commercial cultivator to become available next month. It will retail for $299 and come with a 2-year warranty on both the battery and the tool.

Greenworks Cultivator Features & Specs

  • Model Number: GTL 100
  • Voltage: 82V
  • Tilling Depth: 5″
  • Tilling Width: 10″
  • MSRP: $299
  • Available: March 2019

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