More than just a tiller
Ingenious features make this two-wheeled tractor a premium choice for soil maintenance.
With a host of brilliant attachment options, the Versatile tiller comes with clever designs that make it ideal for challenging jobs. Built with a reliable and powerful engine, it might be the only agricultural tool you need.
You've got the power
And the best means to use it.
For total control, each handle has a side clutch, which helps you to turn the tiller around.
More gears mean greater flexibility and power. That’s why the strong Versatile tiller uses six forward and two reverse. It transfers the ideal torque to work the machine, letting you pick the perfect rotation speed to match your pace and the conditions of the earth.
Light touch, clutch
When using one of our Versatile tillers, you’ll frequently have to turn the machine around. Its side clutch can stop the drive to either the right or the left tine, which helps you change its direction.
There are two types of clutch on each handle (1). Pull the bottom lever (2) to engage the side clutch.
Getting hands on
Versatile tillers have a host of useful features built into the handles – of all places. But they’ll keep your hands firmly on the task and help make the work that little bit easier.
If you need a little more downward force to break up harder, compacted soil, simply reverse the handle through 180º and you’re quickly on top of the job. This saves you the effort of turning the machine around.
The handle can be adjusted to swing left or right, so you avoid compressing cultivated soil with your footsteps.
Security loop handle
Keep a secure hold on to the Versatile tiller as it digs in and moves through the soil. It’s much more comfortable and safer – keeping you away from the moving tines.
A brand new combine harvester
Our Versatile tillers cast the shadow of a much bigger machine.
The plough attachment turns over soil with ease.
It’s the ultimate agricultural tool; the Versatile tiller’s extensive range of attachments means you really can take on anything. Take the ridger for example – it creates perfect furrows in the soil and piles it up around young plants. It also creates a handy drainage system, so your carrots are watered, not soggy.
The Honda potato detector
Okay, there’s no such thing. But our potato lifter attachment does harvest your spuds – you just have to remember where you planted them. As it passes through the soil, the rods lift the potatoes – leaving the earth to fall through the gaps. They’re then easily collected and ready for the kitchen – then the dinner plate.
The ridger attachment makes deep furrows in the soil.
The potato lifter's rods lift the potatoes – leaving the earth to fall through the gaps.
They may be all-powerful, but our Versatile tillers' talents don’t stop at the foot of the flowerbed – they can be delicate on your lawn too.
If you’re looking to tend to your grass, then additional attachments for our Versatile tillers mean you can. Take the de-thatcher attachment for example – it rids your turf of moss and dead grass, which can stop your lawn from growing properly.
One of our Versatile tillers also has a scarifier attachment option – it aerates your lawn and prepares it for a new season of growth. Who would have guessed – the grass can be greener, and it's on your side of the fence.
The de-thatcher removes moss and dead grass from your lawn.
There’s a choice, so you get the most out of your tiller.
No matter what the task, there are different wheels to suit different conditions and tiller attachments – pneumatic or steel – to maintain handling and manoeuvrability. There’s even a handy, detachable wheel you can fix to the front for easy transportation.
You can also attach different digging tines to our Versatile tillers, depending if you’re breaking up large amounts of earth or loosening soil for planting. Optional side discs protect crops and plants from flying debris or impact from the tines – making sure you don’t undo all your good work.
There are multiple wheel options – either pneumatic (1) or steel (2).
Different tines can be attached, depending on the soil conditions.