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Wolf Garten DAS Multi-Change Soil Miller


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  • Quality soil miller-10 year guarantee
  • Made from cold-rolled steel with lacquer finish
  • An all time favourite with allotment holders nationwide
  • Oscillating hoe at rear cuts through soil and weeds-star shaped tines at front break up clods
  • Part of the multi-change click system-any handle fits 50 tool heads

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Wolf Garten DAS Multi-Change Soil Miller + Wolf Garten ZMI15 150cm Multi-Change Lightweight Aluminium Handle + WOLF-Garten RFM 15 Multi-Change Push-Pull Weeder
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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 47 x 47 x 12.5 cm
  • Boxed-product Weight: 1.6 Kg
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  • Item model number: DAS
  • ASIN: B00009Q16U
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 9 July 2007
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (84 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 797 in Garden & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Garden & Outdoors)

Product Description

Product Description

The DA-M Multi Star Soil Miller is truly multi talented. As a universal gardening tool it is suitable for seed bed preparation and maintenance. While the pendulum blade is cutting weeds thanks to the specially shaped star wheels the soil miller is crumbling loosening and aerating between the rows of plants making the ground suitable for sowing. The working width of the DA-M Soil Miller is 15 cm. Dimensions - W - 15 cm Application - Aerating and broking up loosening Handle / Grip - Recommended ZM 170 Extras - Sharp hardened blade

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  • DAM Soil Miller
  • Information card attached

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    Customer Reviews

    4.6 out of 5 stars

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    46 of 48 people found the following review helpful By C. Harris on 2 Feb. 2009
    This is possibly the best product I have used since I got my allotment. Saw it at the BBC gardeners world show at the NEC last year and told my daughters about it with Christmas coming, nice present. It slices the soil as you push it forward and pull it back and then it smashes the soil up into a very workable density. All this while having a straight back because you use it with the handle from your multi change collection which helps to keep the cost down. I also use it for digging compost into the soil. A great tool.
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    7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. Kc Brooks on 8 Jan. 2012
    i bought one of these a couple of years ago, i do have a petrol rotovator too, but this is so easy to get out of the shed, and do a bit of push and pull, stones do tend to get caught up in it if they are the right/wrong size, but the soil is left pretty perfect for sowing seeds into!
    i already had the handle and a few other heads, so was very worthwhile!
    recommended!
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    10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By YurtMan on 17 Feb. 2014
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    I brought this tool head knowing it wouldn't come with a handle , which is pretty poor when you consider the price. When it arrived, very soon after ordering, I was plesantly suprised by the size of the thing. It was bigger than I was expecting it to be. On initial inspection of the attachment to the not supplied handle I realised that I was not going to have to part with the extra money. Using a flat headed screw driver, I slid it under the plastic case and gently twisted it. This had the effect of prying off the plastic cover (it can be refitted if done carefully). The result is an exposed metal bar section with 2 pre-drilled holes (one big one at the top as in picture, one smaller one under plastic cover). I then took a length of hazel coppice or any other stout wooden pole and drilled the 2 holes in it using the metal handle stub as a guide. Bolt it on with some nuts, bolts, washers and tighten it up. Job done. I recommend a pole about 7 foot long so one can work the whole raised bed without treading on it. Also the extra length gives you different positions to avoid repetitive strain.
    Now for the review, the tool is absolutely brilliant. I first used it on a bit of lightly weeded soil on the allotment. It acts like a hoe and slices of the weeds then mills up the soil nicely. Then I decided to really give it some beans and started ploughing up an un-dug weed crop on the new allotment. I should note I did dig out the big weeds with a fork first but all the rest just got ploughed out picked up and then repeat. Each time , if you get the angle right and really attack the soil it drives the hoe bit under and slices about an inch or two of the hard unworked soil off the top. Then on the back and forth stroke it mashes/crumbles it getting finer and finer every pass flinging out weeds as you go.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Pip on 8 Sept. 2014
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    Well! The order was placed on the 5th September. On the 6th!!!! (NEXT DAY FOLKS!!) A big whopping box came and i honestly thought, why? What a waste of packaging, shame on you! However, when i opened it, i understood why! The picture makes you think its a smallish tool. Its not. Its quite hefty. I have 2 WG handles, the smallest one and a standard which is around 5ft long. Now, my veggie garden, started it last year, is split into 2ft high raised beds, 6x4ft and 4x4ft! My sister says its looks cluttered but cluttered or not, i've been fed all summer! I've eyed this tool up for months and noticed that the price never changes but i do surveys galore and build up points, so i finally had enough to pay for half, therefore i pay for the rest! - Now, to get to the actual tool - Because my beds are raised i have to think differently when it comes to working them. When this came, i shoved it on one of the beds and did think, "What am i doing wrong?" as it seemed to be digging with the blade rather than cultivating with the roller part. But once i changed my angle, it worked how it was supposed to. I think as a tool, its very expensive for what it is, but its a keeper and thats what vegetable gardening is all about.
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    17 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Jim37 on 12 Aug. 2011
    I found this tool did what it says. It works well on my rough turned soil, which is hard clay lumps that I am incorporating compost and manure into. The exercise (especially when you are seventy) is very good for you with the pushing and pulling. The result is a fine tilthe. A good strong tool which is expensive but does save time. The lower bar acts as a depth guide and shears the soil off at that level. The prongs can pick up stones that are big enough to jam between the blades, I found it easy to pull them out. The locking mechanism for the handle is strong enough to put considerable weight on it when you push and when you draw back. The knack is to not to do much at once but use it backwards and forwards at a comfortable effort.
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    10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Beadot on 25 Mar. 2011
    Definitely recommend the Soil Miller. However, I didn't notice that the handle was separate so had to order that a few days later. Delivery was within a couple of days. The soil miller is well constructed, easy to use, less backbraking than digging and is perfect for tilling the soil in my allotment. Very speedy tool. Not nearly as much strain as when we forked the plot.
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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By hmtaplin on 14 July 2012
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    Only used it twice and didn't do the job. It gets really heavy with the mud/clay sticking on it. It may works on sandy soil but not on clay. It cuts the weeds though!!!
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