Ryobi Expand-it Cultivator Attachment AQTT-03 £31.98 @ B&Q

Ryobi Expand-it Cultivator Attachment AQTT-03 £31.98 @ B&Q

£31.98B&Q Deals
Found 26th Nov 2010
Great price for this cultivator if you need this attachment for the Ryobi Expand It range 50% cheaper than elsewhere available to reserve and collect as well


The AQTT03 is a Cultivator Attachment that allows you to replace your strimmer or cutting head to enable you to cultivate both narrow and wide beds in your garden - no more backbreaking work with the garden fork.

Compatability: All Ryobi split shaft trimmers and cutters
Weight (kg): 8.2
Brand: Ryobi Expand-it
Warranty/guarantee details: 2 year warranty
Model No.: AQTT-03
Cutting Width (cm): 25.4
Electric/Petrol: Petrol
Material: Metal
Petrol/Mains/Battery: Petrol
Category: Lawnrakes, Scarifiers & Cultivators
Category: Cultivators
additional information

Adjustable 178-254mm (7¿-10¿) heavy duty steel tines allows for easy tilling of narrow and wide beds and home gardens
Durable heavy-duty sealed gearbox requires no maintenance
Large shield provides protection from debris
Toolless tines allow for quick and easy changing
Utilise with any Ryobi split shaft line trimmer or brush cutter
Community Updates


Please note this is for the cultivator attachment only (handle isn't included)

Don't want people blaming me if they order it expecting handle, the handle attaches to other attachments in this range ie tree pruners garden strimmer etc and is bought seperately or part of a set
Excellent price
cool thanks.....cheap way to get a tiler esp if you have a ryobi trimmer.....they are excellent items and the fact that you can add different attachments make this even better...great for home use

Edited by: "royals" 26th Nov 2010
Have to say, i have the misfortune to own one of these and it's not very good.
The mechanism which is used by the ryobi to rotate the blades at the bottom isnt very good and not strong enough to turn over any reasonbly packed soil. The turning mechanism just stops.
it's a good price but just a heads up, it's not very good
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