This digger uses the Vacuum side of your Shop-Vac to dig the core hole and to lift the plug out of the hole. Once out of the hole, the Blower side of your shop-Vac is used to expel the plug out of the digger head. Watch the video to see it in action.
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The Holey-Moley did a great job sinking some holes for pilings for a cabin. The digger zipped down into the permafrost zone for a good anchor. Standard 8” round cardboard forms for concrete fit nicely into the 8” reamed holes. The Holey-Moley unassembled kit was a piece of cake to assemble and it had every thing I needed except for the long pipe that I got from my local pipe supplier.
- John (North Pole, AK)
This product is a great tool for cutting through hardpan clay to put in some steel pipe for a heavy gate. Whenever we hit some small rocks, we pulled the digger and used the vacuum house to lift them out. The digger worked well even when we hit some tree roots. We just lifted the digger, and did a little fishing to pull up the cut roots and then back in to finish the hole. The blades are remarkably strong and do a great job.
- Roger (Santa Paula, CA)
After going through the Northridge Earthquake, the Holey-Moley digger and cache tube system seemed like a great idea. The assembled kit was ready to go, all that was needed was readily available sewer pipe. It was easy to dig five-foot holes and ream them to 8-inch diameter for an 8-inch PVC casing. The six-inch digger pipe easily converted to a cache tube with the cache tube kit. The instructions were easy to follow. The digger was made to dig through the San Fernando Valley hardpan and it worked extremely well. The Holey-Moley is an impressive system.
- Lou (San Fernando, CA)
After being robbed a few times it was time to hide the valuables. The Holey-Moley arrived in an inconspicuous box. I went to a local pipe company and picked up some free slightly discolored 6-inch PVC sewer pipe, cut it in 5-foot lengths and threw it car along with the recommended 2-inch PVC pipe. The valuables are deep and safe.
- Jose (Orange County, CA)