Cut through that ice with ease with the StrikeMaster Lithium 40v Electric Ice Auger. This auger powers through drilling hole after hole with its impressive 40-volt lithium ion battery that runs the electric DC brushless motor for consistent speed and torque. This auger will continue to perform despite the dropping temperatures. Built-in LED lights ensure you see what you are doing, regardless of the time. StrikeMaster's Lazer blades make quick work of the ice by drilling through with it with twin serrated stainless steel blades. Looking for an auger that is built to perform every time, then you need the StrikeMaster Lithium 40v Electric Ice Auger.
- Electric DC brushless motor
- Planetary Gear System
- 15.9:1 gear ratio
- Power Button with Deadman Safety Switch
- Built-in LED lights
- Forward and reverse
- Twin serrated stainless steel Lazer blades
- LED battery status indicator
- 40-volt, 5-amp hour lithium ION battery longevity
- Internal Battery Management System ensures battery longevity:
- 100 holes - 8-inch auger on a single charge*
- 70 holes - 10-inch auger on a single charge*
- *Based on repeated tests with 16" of ices
- 2-amp charging station - Recharges battery in 2 1/2 hours
- Battery and charger included
- Blade cover at the bottom of spiral
- Warranty: Manufacturer's limited 2-year on battery, motor, and charger
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I purchased this auger on 12-02-17. Since then I have used it a handful of times. I have had to replace one battery after 2 uses. The battery would not hold a charge or even charge at all. Now, I … Read More
I purchased this auger on 12-02-17. Since then I have used it a handful of times. I have had to replace one battery after 2 uses. The battery would not hold a charge or even charge at all. Now, I am having the same problem with my replacement battery. I used it two times and now I can only get a 75% charge. Strikemaster was excellent to deal with on the first battery. I am still waiting to see how Strikemaster wants to handle the second battery.