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Spear & Jackson Fencing Post Hole Digger £11.00 (amazon prime member only)

£11.00 @ Amazon
sorry this is the price for prime member only. Pleas beware it takes 2 to 4 weeks for delivery (thanks to leesy_monavie mention about that) I am not subscribe to prime. I do know one could just ha… Read More
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1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago
sorry this is the price for prime member only.

Pleas beware it takes 2 to 4 weeks for delivery (thanks to leesy_monavie mention about that)

I am not subscribe to prime. I do know one could just have a month free trial to do all the prime shopping (prime offer, prime voucher discount etc) and do remember to cancel it before amazon charge fee starts.
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1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago
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2 Likes #1
Hot but 2-4 weeks delivery.
#2
leesy_monavie
Hot but 2-4 weeks delivery.

thanks, I forget to mention this (would add it back now).



Edited By: dealchaser888 on Jun 03, 2017 03:56: spelling
1 Like #3
Great price, in my experience Amazon tend to deliver faster than their projected delivery time (not always though).
1 Like #5
Great price, need for my decking I'm doing in a couple of months, thanks for the post..... Ordered
2 Likes #6
liamwheldon

cheers just ordered to pick up tomorrow
1 Like #7
Last year Amazon cancelled two of my Spear & Jackson orders after many weeks wait. Good deal - but only if actually fulfilled.
#8
Now unavailable...
1 Like #9
These are incredible tools.
#10
The best speculums for extremists.
1 Like #11
burhaan7777
These are incredible tools.

Never tried one,but these look hard work to me, compared to a post hole borer:- https://www.jacksons-fencing.co.uk/product/sc_392100/225mm-monkey-hole-borer.aspx?tpc=AF&fmc=CS&fnc=CB&timber=1

although that one is very expensive. The one I have is an old army surplus one.

Hot anyway.

Edited By: melted on Jun 03, 2017 17:14: add
1 Like #12
or just use a spade as has been successfully done for many many years ;)
1 Like #13
djames108
or just use a spade as has been successfully done for many many years ;)

I hope you don't own a car as you know you can get to places just walking? (_;)

Edited By: petermcgregor14 on Jun 03, 2017 17:58
#14
djames108
or just use a spade as has been successfully done for many many years ;)

I'd like to see someone dig a two foot deep hole with just a spade for a fence post. It will never be as neat as using this tool.
2 Likes #15
melted
burhaan7777
These are incredible tools.
Never tried one,but these look hard work to me, compared to a post hole borer:- https://www.jacksons-fencing.co.uk/product/sc_392100/225mm-monkey-hole-borer.aspx?tpc=AF&fmc=CS&fnc=CB&timber=1

although that one is very expensive. The one I have is an old army surplus one.

Hot anyway.

Really isn't difficult to us, you throw it down and ensure you release it before it hits the ground, then pull apart and drop the collect soil to aside, continue until desire depth is achieved.
#16
burhaan7777
melted
burhaan7777
These are incredible tools.
Never tried one,but these look hard work to me, compared to a post hole borer:- https://www.jacksons-fencing.co.uk/product/sc_392100/225mm-monkey-hole-borer.aspx?tpc=AF&fmc=CS&fnc=CB&timber=1
although that one is very expensive. The one I have is an old army surplus one.
Hot anyway.
Really isn't difficult to us, you throw it down and ensure you release it before it hits the ground, then pull apart and drop the collect soil to aside, continue until desire depth is achieved.

So it is a lot harder work than using a hole borer then :D
1 Like #17
Used a petrol engine powered hole borer about a week ago, thry are soooo easy to use, this looks like serious hard work! I can imagine going down 0.7m would take most of a day!

https://www.manomano.co.uk/petrol-auger/hyundai-508cc-2-stroke-petrol-earth-auger-borer-drill-hyea5080-3135533

Edited By: dom99 on Jun 03, 2017 22:22
#18
melted
burhaan7777
melted
burhaan7777
These are incredible tools.
Never tried one,but these look hard work to me, compared to a post hole borer:- https://www.jacksons-fencing.co.uk/product/sc_392100/225mm-monkey-hole-borer.aspx?tpc=AF&fmc=CS&fnc=CB&timber=1
although that one is very expensive. The one I have is an old army surplus one.
Hot anyway.
Really isn't difficult to us, you throw it down and ensure you release it before it hits the ground, then pull apart and drop the collect soil to aside, continue until desire depth is achieved.
So it is a lot harder work than using a hole borer then :D

Never used a hole borer, so don't know and don't really care since the deal is in relation to a fence post hole digger.
#19
burhaan7777
djames108
or just use a spade as has been successfully done for many many years ;)

I'd like to see someone dig a two foot deep hole with just a spade for a fence post. It will never be as neat as using this tool.


neat????
you do realise the concrete stays below the ground level then you cover it up.......where does neatness come into it?????

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