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StrikeMaster Honda-Lite Power Auger, 10"

Item # 729823
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Key Features

  • Honda 35cc 4-Stroke OHC Engine

  • VANDAR Long Filament High Impact Handles

  • Signature StrikeMaster Steel Drill

  • Polymer Gear Casting

  • 26-lb. Total Weight

Our Price   $599.99

Availability: In Stock

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Product Description
strikemaster StrikeMaster's Honda-Lite Power Auger features a technologically-advanced 4-stroke motor that purrs power and packs a punch while touting the industry's lowest emission rating. Don't let it's tri-athlete physique and weight fool you, though. At 26 lbs., with amazing muscular definition, the Honda-Lite's sturdy Lazer drill drives twin stainless steel Lazer blades like an Olympian.

• Honda 35cc 4-Stroke OHC Engine
• VANDAR Long Filament High Impact Handles
• Signature StrikeMaster Steel Drill with Mora Lazer Blades
• Polymer Gear Casting Yields Lightweight Power
• Environmentally Conscious, Emission Cerified.
• 26-lb. Total Weight
Size 10-Inch
Weight 26-lb.

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StrikeMaster Honda-Lite Power Auger, 10"

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Tough Start

By old bones

from Conesus, New York

About Me Avid Fisher


  • Cools Fast
  • Easy To Use
  • Idles Well
  • Light


  • Cools Too Quickly
  • Needs Warm Up Time
  • Not Enough Power For 10"
  • Tough Start

Best Uses

  • Ice Fishing

Comments about StrikeMaster Honda-Lite Power Auger, 10":

With a full day of ice fishin in I would say it performed fine after it got warmed up. It cooled rather quickly and I found my self keeping it inside while not cutting holes which might seem normal but older ones seem to fire right up after sitting. Although once warm It idled fine even after taking a little abuse, like they will! But all in all, 35 cc was too light, too little for that size auger assembly. Also maybe try a black casing to absorb and hold more heat while it is sitting on the ice. I would buy smaller than 10" from now on.

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