FG110AT, FG110K1AT

Mini-tiller / cultivator

  • 9" tilling width
  • Lightweight - less than 29 lbs
  • Compact yet powerful
  • Patented Honda hybrid tines with limited lifetime warranty
  • 4 optional attachments for more flexibility




Superior performance, whether breaking new ground or cultivating soft soil
Superior performance, whether breaking new ground or cultivating soft soil

Honda’s patented digging/cultivating tines give outstanding performance in a variety of conditions. And with the fastest tine speed of any mini-tiller, the FG110 can easily break new ground or prep your garden in no time at all.

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Easy starting, 4-stroke Honda commercial grade engine
Easy starting, 4-stroke Honda commercial grade engine

The Honda GX25 is legendary for quick, easy starts. This reliable mini 4-stroke engine runs on straight, unleaded gas. No need to mix gas and oil!

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9" tilling width - perfect for tight spots
9" tilling width - perfect for tight spots

Use the regular tine configuration and the FG110 will till 9 inches wide. In tight spots, remove the outer tines to till only 6 inches wide. Till within 1 inch of plants without damage.

Easy to carry, easy to maneuver
Easy to carry, easy to maneuver

The FG110 is a compact 29lbs. It's easy to transport and manuever.

Convenient engine guard
Convenient engine guard

Protects the top, front, and back of the engine. This configuration also makes it easy to lift the FG110, tie it down for transport, or set it on its nose for service.

Transport wheels are standard
Transport wheels are standard

The unique two position transport wheels adjust to move over smooth or rough terrain. When you’re ready to start tilling, the wheels are easy to remove.

Limited lifetime tine warranty
Limited lifetime tine warranty

In the unlikely event that you break a tine, it will be replaced free of charge.

Easy access controls
Easy access controls

Ergonomically designed for user comfort. Controls are simple to operate and designed to reduce vibration and fatigue.

Includes adjustable depth bar

The depth bar makes it easy to control the depth and speed of the tiller. This helps to improve the performance by working the soil more thoroughly.

Folding handle makes storage easy

Fully assembled in carton

Pull it out of the box, straighten the handlebars, add gas and oil, and you’re ready to go.

2 year homeowner warranty

Optional attachments include aerator, border/edger, dethatcher, and digging tines


Tiller Type


Tilling Width


Tine Diameter



Honda GX25



Air filter


Fuel capacity

0.60 qt.

Transmission Speeds

1 - forward

Tine speed @max engine speed

294 rpm

Transmission Type

worm gear

Dimensions (LxWxH)

40.8" x 14.4" x 39.4"

Dry Weight

24.9 lbs. with drag bar. (26.8 lbs. with wheels)

Residential warranty

24 months; limited lifetime on tine breakage

Commercial/rental warranty

12 months


Digging Tines

How to Videos

FG110 - Unpacking and Set Up
FG110 - Adding Fuel
FG110 - Starting and Stopping the Engine
FG110 - Checking the Oil Level
FG110 - Changing the Oil
FG110 - Changing the Spark Plug
FG110 - Inspecting and Cleaning the Air Filter
FG110 - Adjusting the Drag Bar
FG110 - Wheels and Transportation
FG110 - Storage and Fuel Recommendations
FG110 - Adding Oil to the Cylinder for Long Term Storage
FG110 - Installing the De-thatcher Kit
FG110 - Installing the Edger Kit
FG110 - Installing the Aerator Kit
FG110 - Installing the Digging Tines


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FG 110

Model Reviewed: FG110 Monday, May 11, 2020
Fat Boy.
Natchitoches, LA
Type of use:  Residential
Bought one years ago. The plastic transmission gear wore out. At the time. For about 100$ more. You could buy another tiller. Have they started using metal gears?

Great Lil Machine

Model Reviewed: FG110 Monday, February 10, 2020
Santa Rosa, CA
Type of use:  Residential

Great little tiller for my raised garden beds.  Light weight, and most important EASY ONE PULL STARTING!!!

Easy to maneuver, and tills really deep, (in soft soils), with no effort.  Great buy!

FG110 Tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Saturday, January 18, 2020
Peoria, AZ
Type of use:  Residential
I purchased this unit at Home Depot at 01:21 PM and in 15 minutes it was unpacked serviced and running. The ease of use was scare. Used it to break up old lawn and it handled it like it was designed to do the job. If this unit stands up to the test I will be a lifetime Honda buyer.

Glad I got it

Model Reviewed: FG110 Saturday, January 11, 2020
San Angelo, TX
Type of use:  Residential
Purchased online, and received in good condition.  This was my first experience with a tiller.  I found the manual easy to read and understand, and set-up and initial operation of the tiller was very simple.  It is relatively light  and easy to move around.  The unit started and operated easily.  It is more quiet than I thought would be the case, and I found it easy to use.  It made short work of tilling dry and hard ground.  The device appears very well made, so that I expect using it will continue to be a pleasure, and I anticipate it will be durable.  

I love it

Model Reviewed: FG110 Saturday, November 23, 2019
Lilburn, GA
Type of use:  Residential
I'm so satisfied with this product. It is perfect for my vegetable garden. It is powerful, light, easy to use. If anybody thinks an 82v battery-powered tiller can meet their requirements, I could say they are in fools paradise. I recommend this product to anybody. Thanks for this great product.


Model Reviewed: FG110 Friday, November 8, 2019
Bellingham, WA
Type of use:  Residential
Great tiller, easy starting with great ease of use. I bought this one because my neighbor lady broke a similar product I owned. The new tiller is much lighter but extremely more aggressive. I would highly recommend this to any one interested.

Just what I expected from Honda

Model Reviewed: FG110 Wednesday, September 25, 2019
Topeka, KS
Type of use:  Residential
Very easy to start. Just the right size. Runs great. All the features I could ever want.  

easy start

Model Reviewed: FG110 Monday, September 2, 2019
Roanoke, VA
Type of use:  Residential
quite easy to handle.

Fg110 doesn’t run

Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, August 25, 2019
Harrisonburg , VA
Type of use:  Residential
This is my second one.  They do not want to start. They are not getting fuel. I hate this garbage.  I own other honda products and have mo complaint. This tiller is garbage.  Good if you can keep it running or get it started.  

Hard to start

Model Reviewed: FG110 Wednesday, August 21, 2019
Topeka, KS
Type of use:  Residential
It is hard to start.  You must follow the instructions precisely to start the engine, unlike a lawn mower.  Otherwise, you are out of luck.

Small Tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Tuesday, August 13, 2019
Spring Arbor, MI
Type of use:  Residential

I have a medium size garden and purchased the tiller to help cultivate between plants. The tiller worked great the first itme I used it. The second time (this week) I tried to use it, the tiller ran for a few seconds and stopped. It wouldn't restart. I added oil because there was very little oil provided with the unit when I purchased it. I added 10w 30 even though the unit had not ran for the recommended 10 hours of usage the first time.

The tiller is currently not runnning because it blows black spoke when started and seems to be leaking oil. I'm checking to see what I need to do regarding returning the unit or getting it repaired. I would hate to have to pay for repairs when I've just purchased the unit.



Model Reviewed: FG110 Tuesday, August 13, 2019
Meadville, PA
Type of use:  Residential
<p>Shipping was perfect opened box removed tiller read instructions added oil and gas 3 pulls and I was off and tilling </p><p>Thanks Honda</p><p>T-man</p><p></p>


Model Reviewed: FG110 Tuesday, August 6, 2019
Type of use:  Residential

I Love this mini tiller.

Model Reviewed: FG110 Tuesday, June 25, 2019
Perrysville OHIO, OH
Type of use:  Residential
I had an Echo that started poorly and other garden mini tiller's ,they all used oil gas mix. This Honda is good straight gas only. It was packed up nicely , Set up was, loosen the handle ,pull it up and tighten it down then add the oil ! (the oil was  supplied with it !  THEN Go threw the list provide and check everything specified is good to go .(and it was)Add the fuel ,Started right up/I used it to aerate and weed emulsify my 300 square foot garden ,This mini tiller has plenty of power to cultivate my garden .,easy to maneuver ,Starts easy. I paid about $20 dollars more than other brands but it was $20 dollars well spent.

Great little tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, June 16, 2019
Griffin, GA
Type of use:  Residential
I've had another small tillers but this one is the easiest one that I've ever used. Lite weight and easy to handle. Ease to crank. I would and have already recommend this unit to friends and family.

Really great small tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Tuesday, June 11, 2019
South Jordan, UT
Type of use:  Residential
The FG110 is very easy to use. It starts easily and is very controllable while tilling. It has a nice slow idle and I really like the handle just above the engine for easy transport to the next tilling location even while it is running.  That same handle is very useful to rest the tiller on when it is turned off and makes it easy to fill the gas tank and take the wheels and drag bar off.  I really like it.  I had a 2-cycle small tiller before and it was a challenge to control while tilling and it was very hard to start.

Great small tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, June 9, 2019
Westmont, IL
Type of use:  Residential
I bought this tiller to replace a 20 year old mini tiller that no longer worked. I use a small tiller through out the year for weed control and planting row prep. The Honda FG110 is simple to use and solid as a rock. It makes my job simpler and safer.

Small machine makes big job small

Model Reviewed: FG110 Friday, June 7, 2019
Oregon, IL
Type of use:  Residential
Purchased the Honda tiller specifically for the purpose of cultivating my vegetable garden and small flower gardens. The little 4 stroke engine prepared for starting and started on the 2nd pull. After a brief warm up and inspection it was used to cultivate the garden. The little tiller made short work of breaking up the crusted dirt. It was very easy to use. I am very happy that I purchased this product. 

Good tiller good price

Model Reviewed: FG110 Wednesday, June 5, 2019
Alexandria , LA
Type of use:  Landscaping/Commerical

Its a great tiller for flower beds and mixing in new dirt, but it dont till clay good. Cranks up so easy you dont even need to choke and prime it. I love it before the boss bought it we had to till the beds with shovels and talk about a sore back 


Model Reviewed: FG110 Wednesday, June 5, 2019
Monroe, GA
Type of use:  Residential, Landscaping/Commerical
After using the first time I wondered why I had just now decided to buy one. Cut my gardening jobs by more than half the time . I am pushing 70 years old and it is a hand full in dry hard ground. But you get the hang of its operation after a few minutes.

Honda mini tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, June 2, 2019
Gettysburg, PA
Type of use:  Residential
Used the machine a few hours after purchase. FANTASTIC. Had already got a recommend.from my best friend who has owned on for several years. Easy set up right out of box. unfold handlebars, add oil and gas, and your ready to till .Performed  better than expected. Easy to carry a short distance. Went down between my narrow rows. DESTROYED the weeds...which is why i bought it, That and the HONDA reputation for Quality. Will buy other Honda products. Thank you for making my life easier!!!

Miracle Of Miniaturization!

Model Reviewed: FG110 Saturday, June 1, 2019
Alden, NY
Type of use:  Residential

A small cultivator that is perfect for raised planting-beds. Easy to lift, carry and maneuver in tight spaces, yet cultivates like a much larger machine. No oil/gas mixing, starts on the first pull, and tines slide off for easy cleaning. Oh, the marvelous 4-cycle Honda engine sips very little gasoline, and runs quieter than a 2-cycle engine.

Great tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Friday, May 31, 2019
Alton, NH
Type of use:  Residential
Great little tiller. Easy to use with lots of power. One pull start.

Great tiller for garden

Model Reviewed: FG110 Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Milwaukee, WI
Type of use:  Residential
Bought it Thursday 5/23/19 & used on Friday 5/24/19 and it works great! Our garden is somewhat clay and stones and this tiller went through it very well. Other areas of the yard no problem at all.  Very good product and would recommend to anyone for residential use of garden or just wanting to start over with new lawn.

Honda gets great reviews!

Model Reviewed: FG110 Tuesday, May 28, 2019
Junction City, KS
Type of use:  Residential
Saw a competitor's tiller and it felt very ergonomic in my hands, something I wish my tiller had a skosh more of, but I went with the Honda because the reviews were great, and I already love my Honda lawnmower! I used it as soon as I got it home; it worked great, though I had to play with the choke to get it to start for the first time cold. It did a super job on my little veggie garden space, and I'm looking forward to using it on other areas of my yard. Honda's tiller is definitively quality, and I like that there's no mixing fuel and oil.


Model Reviewed: FG110 Monday, May 27, 2019
Emerson, NE
Type of use:  Residential
Very fine tiller. Only had a hour to use it after getting it home.

New Tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Friday, May 24, 2019
Potsdam, NY
Type of use:  Residential
Wow! This was so easy to set up and use. Pull out of box, read the manual, move handles and hand tighten, check fasteners and tines, ADD OIL, add gas, started right up! No tools required! Tilled up my garden that had not been touched in a year. This little machine is a beast and easily chopped up the vegetation in the garden. We have had a lot of rain and the ground was still wet. No problem for this machine, it just worked right through it all. It took me less than half the time of my old tiller. It also used half the gas, only 1/2 tank this time around. If you are looking for a mini tiller you need to check out this machine. I am more than impressed. As my dealer said to me " it has to be good, its a Honda!" 


Model Reviewed: FG110 Thursday, May 23, 2019
Tonawanda, NY
Type of use:  Residential
Great product

Small garden life saver - Honda 4-cycle mini tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Monday, May 20, 2019
Dolph, AR
Type of use:  Residential
My husband had surgery and could not lift, push or pull more than 10 pounds for 6 weeks.  Our garden was already starting to get overgrown with weeds.  This is the first tiller I have ever used because I just can't handle the big one and I could never start the little one, which just died last week when my brother-in-law was using it.  We had our new Honda tiller ready to go in 5 minutes.   It started on the first pull, and even I, a 67 y/o female, am able to control it.  I love that it starts so easily, and it is quieter than most small tillers.  It is also lighter than most 2 cycle mini tillers - 27 vs. 33 pounds - you can just see the quality in this tool.  Even though it cost quite a bit more than the 2-cycle one, we have never been disappointed in any Honda power equipment we have purchased. I expect to get many years of service out of this tiller. 

Amazing little versatile tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Tuesday, April 30, 2019
Dick (Joan's partner)
Long Lake, MN
Type of use:  Residential
This little unit is so convenient and pleasurable to use it is truly amazing.  It is so precise and easy to control that it is like having a powered hoe.  It also is amazing how it can be used to really dig up the soil to a depth of around 8 inches if you want, thus preparing a seedbed ideal for starting and growing.  It is so precise that one can easily side-dress the row of plants with additional nutrients as they grow, without encroaching too much on their root systems.  As for weeding (small weeds just getting started), it is again AMAZING how it "chews them up" so easily and completely - shredding them into unrecognizable green bits!  It can be run slowly with precision or very fast with destructive power to those weeds in preparation for planting.  It may also be pulled backward (back and forth) easily to really pulverize the soil and whatever is in it - again, like having a "power-hoe".  THIS IS AN AMAZING TOOL FOR THIS EXPERIENCED GARDENER...I WISH I HAD ONE OF THESE YEARS AGO!  I RECOMMEND IT TO ALL SERIOUS GARDENERS.  I GOT THE TIP ABOUT IT FROM A COMMERCIAL GARDENER, WHO USES IT REGULARLY IN HIS SMALL BUT VERY PRODUCTIVE VEGETABLE "Farm" GROWING FOR THE MARKET - HIS ONLY SOURCE OF INCOME!!

Honda 4 stroke Cultivater.

Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, April 28, 2019
Lindon, UT
Type of use:  Residential
My Wife loves her new Cultivater low noise, no mixing of gas and easy starting is all she could ask for. Being a 4 stroke engine it doesn't smoke like her previous one.

Simple, Durable, Efficient

Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, April 28, 2019
Type of use:  Residential
For a small tiller, it makes quick work of packed ground. The 4-stroke engine runs quieter than a two stroke. no fuel to mix and is an easy start engine. well built and the tines remove easy and the tine shaft is sealed so clean up is easy. has a nice balance with the front carrying handle and it is not cumbersome to carry. used in the flower beds and a garden plot 25' X 50'. Tines dig a good 12 inches in no time and breaks up soil quickly. I was surprised how easy it was to use. Perfect for small jobs.

small but capable

Model Reviewed: FG110 Tuesday, April 23, 2019
Valley Center, KS
Type of use:  Residential

I purchased this tiller because those I have used in the past are extremely heavy and difficult to manuever, especially on unlevel ground.

This tiller is so light that it is easy to rotate to go back over a furrow and is easy to "wrestle".  It goes up a hill very well. Past tillers I have used weigh 200+ pounds.

The only dislike I have after an afternoon of tilling is the wheel system.  I left the wheels on (supposed to remove them when tilling)  to push the tiller when lifting it up is easy simply because I have a back issue.  This tiller did not hurt by back to lift but I avoid risking a strain since I have had so many in my 70 years.  Wheels help.  I just wish these were a bit bigger.

Overall a worthwhile tiller to have.  I would buy it again.

I LOVE it!

Model Reviewed: FG110 Monday, April 22, 2019
Winston Salem, NC
Type of use:  Residential
I have never had a tiller that is so easy to start!  I love how easy it is to use and it is a powerhouse!  It does everything I need it to do.  I purchased this from Acme Tools and they are just the best!

Super Easy to Use

Model Reviewed: FG110 Saturday, April 20, 2019
Highlands Ranch, CO
Type of use:  Residential
At first I thought how did I pay so much money for something made mostly of plastic.  But, after using it today, it's so simple to use and not so bulky and heavy that I felt like it was running me!  I just hope that it lasts a long time since I love Honda products and have owned my Acura vehicle for 17 years.  I would hate to ruin my confidence in Honda products!! :) 

De-thatcher Attachment

Model Reviewed: FG110 Thursday, April 18, 2019
Trumbull, CT
Type of use:  Residential
The tiller is excellent.  My issue is with the de-thatcher attachment.  It does a good job UNTIL the spring tines start to break off.  This would not be an huge issue if Honda offered replacement tines.  Unfortunately, they don't (or at least I cannot find them) which renders a $200+ attachment useless.  I don't understand how you could sell this attachment and not offer replacement parts; especially for a part so prone to breaking.

Nice little tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Tuesday, April 9, 2019
Medina, OH
Type of use:  Residential
Starts easy. Runs strong. Only minor issue is the choke lever has a tendency to work its way partially closed during operation and the engine loses power when this happens prompting you to return it to the full open position.

Works well for my purpose

Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, April 7, 2019
Houston, TX
Type of use:  Residential, Landscaping/Commerical, Other [Weeding garden]
Initially, I needed a small tiller to remove grass and condition the soil around trees and the garden. It works well so far. Features are sensible and easy to use. I do have to remove St. Augustine grass that wraps around the blades from time to time, but minor inconvenience compared to doing the tilling by hand. I was concerned about using the stock blades for my purpose; the desired digging tines were half the cost of a new tiller. Although, the stock blades are working well. Works much better than Honda 2 stroke that I purchase about twenty-five years ago. I think I will be happy with using this tiller.

Excellent tiller!

Model Reviewed: FG110 Saturday, March 30, 2019
Texas Wife and Mother
Longview, TX
Type of use:  Residential
After using the same Mantis tiller for 29 years, we decided it was time for a new one.  The first instinct was to purchase another Mantis, after all we had gotten 29 years out of this one!  Husband said he'd seen a Honda in action and would rather have it.  Assembly was super easy and quick, I did it myself and had it up and running in about  half hour-including reading the owner's manual! I was able to till my 1000 square foot raised bed garden with ease.  The tiller is lightweight but still tills deep and thoroughly.  It cranks with ease on first pull (choke it first for cold crank).  The engine is quieter than my old Mantis and more powerful.  The included wheel assembly makes the trip to/from the garden much easier. The depth guide should prove very useful as well. This is not a full size garden tiller so it will not break up packed soil as well but is an excellent tool for maintaining gardens and beds.  I expect to get as many years of use from this machine as I did from the Mantis it replaced.

Honda Q & R Clearly Evident

Model Reviewed: FG110 Monday, March 25, 2019
Brentwood, TN
Type of use:  Residential
Just got the tiller delivered and haven't had the chance to start it yet----but based on the Owner's Manual writeup and inspecting the hardware, it is very evident that the Honda design, quality and reliability are in this piece of equipment which I will find out in the coming weeks.


Model Reviewed: FG110 Monday, March 11, 2019
San Antonio, TX
Type of use:  Residential
I bought this unit to till up the garden area and some flower beds. I have never been disappointed with a Honda product, but I was surprised how strong this tiller is for it's size. It is much more and better than I expected, but I am very happy. It is a beast in a small package. I love it, great purchase.

Great Machine !!

Model Reviewed: FG110 Monday, March 11, 2019
Simpsonville, SC
Type of use:  Residential
Starts and runs like a champ.  Love the 4 cycle engine.  Plenty of power.  So lightweight yet a heavyweight in the work it will do.  Quiet too.  Use this for garden beds and prepped back yard for sod.  Also to loosen soil for planting bushes and trees.  Chops roots and kicks out stones.  Tines are super tough.  You gotta check and keep the filters clean.  Just do what the book says and you'll get years of service out of this.   

Excellent Mini Tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Monday, February 18, 2019
Round Rock, TX
Type of use:  Residential
FG110 seems to be a well-built machine. It is easy to use, started on two pulls. Being lightweight, it is easy to carry around. I have used it to till two, 16 ft x 2ft rows and it did a good job of mixing and pulverizing the soil, fertilizer, and compost. Hope it continues to work as good as it did the first day. 

Great machine

Model Reviewed: FG110 Friday, November 30, 2018
Goose Creek, SC
Type of use:  Residential
This is the second one I have owned.  The first one was used aggressively for about 10 years and finally quit.

I bought the second one because it is easy to start and works hard without binding up in thick clay.

The mighty mini

Model Reviewed: FG110 Thursday, November 8, 2018
Cincinnati, OH
Type of use:  Other [Vegetables for own use.]

My main tiller is a 4 foot wide beast that I tow behind a tractor. It is great so long as nothing, like a shrub or small tree, gets in its way. However, I needed something small and agile that would weave in-between the plants and till the soil between them. My land is Ohio clay, and it had been raining recently, half a dozen steps and my boots were almost too heavy to lift. I knew I wanted a Honda: best engines ever made - period. So I looked at the FG110 and shook my head: 25cc engine, light enough to lift up. This thing was never going to cut it! But for a couple of hundred bucks and the promise I could return it if it failed in its duty - well, what could I lose?

Took it from the box, poured in the supplied tiny bottle of oil and put in regular gas. Pumped the gas through to the carb, flipped the choke and pulled the starter cord. It purred into action. Yup! That's why I buy Honda. Now for the real test: my soaking wet clay covered in 4 inches of weeds. No problem. This mighty mini chewed through with no problem. Once or twice stones got wedged between the tines and the casing and stopped them turning, but it was just a matter of removing the stones with a trowel. Nothing broke, the centrifugal clutch simply slipped, as it was supposed to. After about 30 minutes the tines had yards of weeds wound round them. No problem. Pulled the large split pin out, slid the tines off the driven axis and removed the weeds. Took a few seconds. Tines back on, and off I went again. 

Assuming this equipment lasts as well as other Honda units, then it is exactly what I need for a small holding growing fruit and veg for the family. I am amazed at its power, ease of starting and performance. Best of all, it is really, really  quiet. No howling 2 cycle engine here, just the purr of a well made, well designed 4 cycle Honda engine doing what it is supposed to do.


Model Reviewed: FG110 Thursday, October 18, 2018
Spanish Fork, UT
Type of use:  Residential, Landscaping/Commerical

this is the greatest tiller ever made. it starts the first pull every time, digs through the hardest clay and rocky soil, burns very little fuel and very light weight. i love it, coming from someone who only used a 2 stroke tiller.

however there are a few thing you must do to prevent future failure 

-The oil needs to be changed very frequently (2.7 oz) 

-The air filter is very sensitive, wet down the area to prevent dust.

-Use ethanol free gas, drain the tank and run dry after each season, the carb is also very sensitive to dirty / dirty gas.




Model Reviewed: FG110 Thursday, October 18, 2018
Spanish Fork, UT
Type of use:  Residential, Landscaping/Commerical

the greatest tiller ever made. starts the first pull every time, rips through the hardest clay and rocky soil. burns little fuel. i love it <3 However there are a few things you must do to prevent future failure. 

The Cons

-The oil needs to be changed very frequently (2.7 oz)

-The air filter is very sensitive wet down the area to prevent Dust 

-Use ethanol free gas, and empty / run dry after every season, the carb hates dirty / old gas also.


Model Reviewed: FG110 Wednesday, October 10, 2018
New York, NY
Type of use:  Residential

Great product , easy start and very quiet .

highly recomended for  home use with attachments !

FG110 Tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Wednesday, October 3, 2018
Waxahachie, TX
Type of use:  Residential
My first Honda FG110 Tiller was purchased in 2000 and I was completely satisfied the work you can do in flower beds and small veggie gardens. So I decided to purchase another one after I gave the old one away.

Excellent small tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Friday, August 31, 2018
Danville, KY
Type of use:  Residential
This is an excellent small tiller.  I wanted a small tiller that was lightweight enough that I could pick it up and carry it around.  My tomato patch is raised about a foot and I have to pick the tiller up and sit it upon my patch.  This is my second Honda FG110.  I had the previous one for 8 years and it always started without fail (usually on the 2nd or 3rd pull).  I was digging in very hard dirt and stripped some rivets out in the transmission (which I intend to repair when I get time).  The tines have 6 points on them (instead of 4) and this tiller will dig down as much as 6".  It is very economical on gas.  Obviously, I love this tiller or I wouldn't have purchased another one just like it.

Great little machine.

Model Reviewed: FG110 Wednesday, August 29, 2018
tulsa, OK
Type of use:  Residential
Wonderful power, easy to use, and excellent performance!

Fantastic Little Tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, August 26, 2018
Columbus, IN
Type of use:  Residential
We really like the little FG110 Honda tiller. Even though it's small, it's very powerful and digs through the garden will little manual effort. It's light weight and so easy for any female to use. We would recommend this tiller to anyone. Women would especially like the ease of use and it's light weight.

Second ownership

Model Reviewed: FG110 Friday, August 10, 2018
Gallatin, TN
Type of use:  Residential
Honda quality as expected. Owen one 6 years ago, sold when moved to a new location. Purchased this one to till bare spots in my yard for reseeding. A real dirt digger. Was a little confused, diagram show oil filter on bottom of motor, this one has the filler on top of the motor. 

Honda Tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Thursday, July 5, 2018
Sheldon, WI
Type of use:  Residential
So easy  to start and so easy to handle with lots of power!

What's to say

Model Reviewed: FG110 Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Type of use:  Residential
I own two honda vehicles, this is my second mini tiller.  Engine is great.  Transmission failed twice on my last one so I'm hoping this new model is better.  I also own honda lawn mower, generator, water pump, snow blower, and honda atv.  Awesome quality.  I will keep buying as long as they keep making good product.  Next purchase is a Honda Pioneer 1000.  

FG 110 Mini tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Wednesday, June 6, 2018
Henderson, NC
Type of use:  Residential
Purchased this tiller for our vegetable garden, and I'm really impressed with the way it makes short work of weeding. The engine has plenty of power, and the four cycle means no mixing oil with gas. My wife had never used a tiller before but within minutes she was able to use it like a pro.

Honda FG110 Powerhouse

Model Reviewed: FG110 Monday, June 4, 2018
Tacoma, WA
Type of use:  Residential
 WOW! I was not sure about the engine power of a four stroke after owning a two stroke tiller that I had carb problems with and sold after finding out the cost to repair. This baby is HOT! It dug up our soil like no tomorrow . Very HAPPY.

For Lawn Maintenance...I am Blown Away!

Model Reviewed: FG110 Monday, May 28, 2018
Bend, OR
Type of use:  Residential

I live in the high desert (more accurately, steppe terrain). It is arid and plant material does not readily breakdown. This creates A LOT of thatch. The optional dethatching attachment worked very well and the optional aerator worked well enough for my kind of soil. I figure the entire set-up will pay for itself within two years (vs landscape crews).

The power from the tiny engine is astounding to me - and nothing I own with an internal combustion engine (lots of stuff including including a $47K pushbutton start Toyota) starts easier. Also, the fuel economy is great (using hi-test methanol-free gasoline). 

It's a little beast and loads of fun! Right up there with my three stage snowblower that warns people to stay back 75'....

Beats Mantis hands down.

Model Reviewed: FG110 Saturday, May 26, 2018
Type of use:  Residential
Have a Mantis 2-stroke. Can't keep it running been to dealer paid almost as much in service as for the unit. the Mantis bounces around too much as well. This machine digs dirt well and starts easily. 

Small Tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Wednesday, May 23, 2018
Taylor, TX
Type of use:  Residential
I needed a small tiller to use to help control the weeks in my large garden.  I have a large tiller that I use behind my tractor but I needed something smaller to use, also.  I bought the Honda brand because I know Honda makes a good product.  It was a little more expensive than others I had looked at but decided on paying a little more for good quality.  The tiller was easy to set up and use.  Used it within a couple of hours after purchasing it.  It did exactly what I had intended it for.  Easy to use and did a great job. 

Best mini-Tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Hamlin, NY
Type of use:  Residential
 This FG110 is a much better unit than any mini-tiller that I have had in the past.  It is easier to start, more versatile and much easier to carry and transport.  Tilling my gardens was a breeze!  This tiller did a much better job and it took a lot less time to till.  I am a very happy camper!

Texas Gumbo

Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, May 20, 2018
Wylie, TX
Type of use:  Residential
I purchased the tiller after researching reviews.  I needed one that would cut through the soil here in North Texas, aka Black Gumbo.  I bought it yesterday 5-19-18 and used it the same day.  it went through that nasty soil with ease.  started up upon first pull.  I could not be happier with my decision

FG110 Mini-Tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Thursday, May 10, 2018
Monument, CO
Type of use:  Residential
Pleased with the mini-tiller so far. The owner's manual says that the motor should be re-jetted for use at high altitude (Monument, Colorado, 7300'). My thought is that it should come from the factory already set up for the markets being served by Honda.The Honda Service Center suggested that I try using the tiller before spending $50 for installation of the new jet. I followed their suggestion -- it seems to be working ok with the factory-installed jet.

Great Tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Thursday, May 10, 2018
Stewart, TN
Type of use:  Residential

Oil and Fuel and away you go.  Aggressive tiller that makes quick work of even the toughest garden soil. 

Little Tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Friday, April 27, 2018
Type of use:  Residential
This littler tiller really digs and works great, and easy to handle, I'm also using it in my razed bed gardens 

Nice little tiller/ cultivator

Model Reviewed: FG110 Wednesday, April 18, 2018
Type of use:  Residential

I only need something small like the FG110 for gardening and small projects around the house at first I was spectacle but when I fired this little monster up I was defiantly satisfied it tore right through the hard soil like butter



AMAZING Mini-Tiller FG110

Model Reviewed: FG110 Saturday, April 14, 2018
D. Robert Foltz
Stanley, VA
Type of use:  Residential
AMAZING Mini-Tiller does a great job.

Tiller Not running properly

Model Reviewed: FG110 Monday, April 2, 2018
South Chesterfield, VA
Type of use:  Residential
I would appreciate if someone could contact me as the tiller will idle but when begin utilizing tiller and giving it power it shuts down.

Good machine

Model Reviewed: FG110 Saturday, March 31, 2018
Peatt road gardener
Langford, WA
Type of use:  Residential
As a 67 year old gardener, finding machinery that is easy to use and START is very important. The FG110 is light enough for me to manhandle and usually starts on first or second pull. I have two small criticisms and suggest these as improvements for future production. The icons to show the choke on/off positioning could be more explicit. Also the engine shut off switch on the left handle seems to be too easily knocked into the off position. This causes the engine to shut off when it is not expected to and/or creates a "no start" situation that is puzzling until you remember to look for that switch. Just a brush of the arm can move the switch. Kaizan! Otherwise this is an excellent buy!

Perfect for existing small garden

Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, March 25, 2018
Everett, WA
Type of use:  Residential
I have a 12X25 ft garden.  I got tired of turning the soil by hand and did not want to store a large tiller.  I read reviews and decided to take a chance for $350.  There is nothing to assembly except unfolding the handle, adding oil that is included and adding gas. Tiller is very easy to start. One pull is all that is needed after you prime the gas.  Tiller at first appears to be a little to light. If you hit hard ground it will tend to bounce but if you pull back a little, it will dig in.  You just have to experiment.  Only time will tell how long this will last but I have never had a problem with a Honda motor.


Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, March 4, 2018
Type of use:  Residential



Impressive Performance

Model Reviewed: FG110 Tuesday, February 27, 2018
Yorktown, VA
Type of use:  Residential
I decided to purchase the Honda unit after researching and reading numerous reviews on multiple mini tillers/cultivators. It seemed to be the best option for my intended use. I own a comparable Craftsman tiller that has failed. This tiller was easily put into service right out of the box. It's performance is superior to the Craftsman. It's easy to start and cut through some clay soil with no problem. It's relatively light weight is also a plus. Sure it's new and I've only used it once but I'm very impressed and pleased.


Model Reviewed: FG110 Monday, February 19, 2018
Elwood, IN
Type of use:  Residential
What a great machine Honda's FG110 Mini-Tiller is.  It saves so much time in my garden.  My daughter recommended it to me.

Good tiller with one problem

Model Reviewed: FG110 Tuesday, February 13, 2018
Colorado Springs, CO
Type of use:  Other [home gardening]
Very good tiller. Starts easily and runs reliably. One problem, though, is the choke. The off position is lever down, choke "flap" up. On mine, the lever has loosened and the choke slips into the on position while running. The vibration of the motor causes the "flap" to drop down over the intake. I plan to take the carb off and see if I can tighten the choke lever.


Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, January 28, 2018
Phoenix, AZ
Type of use:  Residential
Good for very small shallow space

Senior Women

Model Reviewed: FG110 Friday, January 5, 2018
Kerrville, TX
Type of use:  Residential

I love that I can move and start this tiller without any help.  Started it yesterday to try it out and it started right up.

Thanks for a tiller that anyone can use.

Honda 24cc Plus tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Monday, December 4, 2017
Dayton, OH
Type of use:  Residential

Was a little skeptical when I bought it as a replacement for my 24" 30-yr old heavier tiller(which finally broke it's transmission...).  I knew I had a good produce as far as the Honda name but just wondered if it could work as hard as the former machine.  After doing the setup as per the instruction book, I started her up and was happy at how quiet it idled.  Starting the tilling process and it seemed to pick up right were the other...stopped.  The ground was a little "damp" in spots but it managed to power right through....never complained and never slowed down.  Was able to reach the same depth as my former (heavier) machine with a little technique.  Book recco's to pull back a little after it digs in and do this back-and-forth which seemed to work well.  Tho it only has a 9" width it is a very willing machine and owing to it's 4 tines it chopped right down through the soil and mulch I had thrown on the garden bed prior to starting.  Is about $50- cheaper than the Mantis but has virtually the same drive and also the same engine. I'm 72 and was able to handle it well, including turns.  Fear not it HAS the power...you just have to learn the technique of tilling with this machine.  Can't wait to cultivate this Spring once things are growing...the narrow width should make it very easy to nail those little weeds that pop up in between the plants.  Get one....you won't be disappointed.  Bought at Home Depot and they have a liberal 30-day return policy if it doesn't measure up for you.  My garden(s) are 8X24 and 8X16 and took approx. 1 hr. to do both.  Now that I know how to maneuver with this beast I think I can shorten that time appreciably this Spring.  Takes up VERY LITTLE ROOM to store btw...a big PLUS for me in my shed.  Now I can simply lift it into it's parking spot for the winter. Takes up only about 1/2 the length of the former machine and about 1/2 the height with the handles folded down...love it.

Best birthday gift ever!

Model Reviewed: FG110 Tuesday, November 14, 2017
Omaha, NE
Type of use:  Residential

I was asked, "What would you like as a birthday gift?". I had to think. My brother used to till my garden with a big tiller each spring, a machine I could never have handled. Without any idea that small tillers existed, I wishfully wrote the description of the Honda Tiller...a machine that could dig up the dirt wherever I wanted to plant in the yard, powerful yet one I could handle, that starts easily, not too heavy for me to carry, that would sift up the dirt and allow me to mix compost in with it, so that I could easily plant my bedding plants, bushes, or flower and vegetable seeds. I also wanted it to be a size that would nicely go between rows of growing plant to mulch and remove weeds during the growing season. 

My husband listened and presented me with my first small Honda tiller! I was amazed and overjoyed because I truly didn't know at the time such a tool existed. I was dreaming outside the box when I wrote down my wish. That was about 18 years ago! I used it every year and loaned it out many times. Finally it wore out and as I was planting again this last Spring, and came inside the house with a forlorn face. "I miss my tiller." I thought someone who just celebrated her 69th birthday should be past the "longing for a new tiller" age, but to my surprise that is just what I received ~ a brand new Honda FG110! I enjoy using it so much! I also have the edger that went with the first one, and I hope it will also fit my new tiller machine. 

This Is My Second One

Model Reviewed: FG110 Monday, September 11, 2017
Springtown, TX
Type of use:  Residential
I finally decided to replace my first Honda tiller and I knew I would buy the exact same model again. Removed it from the box, added the oil that came with it it, filled the tank with gas, primed it and it started on second pull.  Easy starting and a pleasure to use. This is a great tiller for flower bed use.  I love it. It's worth the extra money versus cheaper tillers.

So Far So Good

Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, September 10, 2017
Beebe, AR
Type of use:  Residential
Have used the tiller twice so far. Starts easily and does the job in a hurry. Getting on in years so the stability and ease of use are important to me.

Honda mini-tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, September 10, 2017
Lawrence, NE
Type of use:  Residential
I found it very easy to use.  It did a great job in my garden. The tiller seems to have enough power for my gardening needs. Loved it.

too wide

Model Reviewed: FG110 Wednesday, September 6, 2017
chonburi, WY
Type of use:  Landscaping/Commerical
I want to use as a trencher; Only  need 4" wide.   Why not use one wheel ? 


Model Reviewed: FG110 Tuesday, July 11, 2017
Albuquerque, NM
Type of use:  Residential
Great Tiller! Almost too hard to stop tilling.

Pre-run setup

Model Reviewed: FG110 Monday, July 10, 2017
Lenox, GA
Type of use:  Residential
This was a breeze to set up. The instruction were great and easy to follow. More later.

"Best Little Tiller that has ever been made"

Model Reviewed: FG110 Thursday, June 15, 2017
Type of use:  Residential
Excellent Quality easy to start & use. I would recommend this tiller to anyone with a small garden. 

very easy to start

Model Reviewed: FG110 Saturday, June 10, 2017
Stephens City, VA
Type of use:  Residential
This tiller is very easy to start and use. I had no problems at all using this tiller.


Model Reviewed: FG110 Tuesday, June 6, 2017
Type of use:  Residential

New FG110 First Use

Model Reviewed: FG110 Tuesday, May 30, 2017
Newton, NC
Type of use:  Residential
I purchased an FG110 today and promptly put it to use in my garden.  I needed a small tiller to keep the earth turned and weeds under control between rows and this fits the bill perfectly.  After putting the oil in and a tank of gas, priming and choking, the engine started on the 2nd pull with minimal effort.  The ground in the garden was tilled prior to planting with a 3 pt. hitch mounted tiller on my tractor so other than compaction from walking the dirt wasn't too difficult to till.  The Honda made very quick work loosening the top 4" of dirt and chewing up what weeds had sprouted.  I have a large 50 year old Ariens rear tine tiller but the Honda is so much easier to use in this application.  I think with the use I have in mind and proper maintenance this tiller should last for many years.

So far, So good

Model Reviewed: FG110 Monday, May 29, 2017
Albany, NY
Type of use:  Residential
I've only used this tiller twice, so my review is not based on extensive use.  It is easy to start, much easier than my old mantis.  It usually starts on the first or second pull when it is cold, the first pull after that.  It seems to have good power.  I use it mainly in raised garden beds and it had no problem chewing up the soil.  I did use it to till some very hard soil in one bed and it didn't have all that much of a problem getting through that either.  I've heard good things about Honda engines and I really didn't want a 2-stroke like my mantis, so this fit the bill.  My old mantis wasn't a bad tiller by any means, but years of using gas with ethanol in it has resulted in more than a few repairs.  This tiller can take an ethanol content of up to 10%, but I plan on using non-ethanol gas.  The only thing I don't like about it is the position of the on/off switch.  I seem to hit that switch and turn the tiller off quite often when I grab that handle to move the tiller.  It isn't a big deal, you just have to learn not to hit the switch when grabbing the handle.  So far I like and recommend the product.

Honda Mini Tiller on Steroids!!

Model Reviewed: FG110 Friday, May 26, 2017
Rochester, NY
Type of use:  Residential
Having owned at one time a Troy Bilt Rototiller, I was not expecting the results that we received from this tiller! This tiller does a super job of breaking the soil. We do have great soil, which helps but to break new ground I am very impressed. The final tilling after the initial ground breaking, exceptional. I also have a Honda Generator, also exceptional.

Great Products

Model Reviewed: FG110 Thursday, May 25, 2017
No nickname
Batavia, IL
Type of use:  Residential
Just like every other Honda product I own it starts easy, even after long periods of no use. Your products are very dependable and reliable and craftmen ship is outstanding....would not choose any other than yours if it was in the line of equipment I was purporting to buy. 


Model Reviewed: FG110 Monday, May 15, 2017
sandpoint, ID
Type of use:  Residential
I have owned one of these before and it was so reliable, and easy to use. It is small enough to get in between rows of flowers or vegetables.  It starts easy and is quiet.  I lost the original one I bought due to a building collapse.  I bought this one knowing that I would get the same satisfaction that I had out of the last one I owned.  It has not let me down.  The Honda engine is phenomenal and supplies all of the necessary power the tiller needs.  I wouldn't trade it for any other brand.

Two words: Absofreakinlutely Awesome

Model Reviewed: FG110 Saturday, May 13, 2017
Howes Cave, NY
Type of use:  Residential

(Full disclosure: I am NOT a paid Honda spokesperson.)

At age 67, I decided that my days of spade fork / iron rake chopping were behind me, and thought I’d treat myself to my first tiller.

I did my window shopping online, and was tempted by "beefier-looking" models that were $100 cheaper. And truth be told, I even laughed out loud when I personally scoped out this puppy – it looked like a child’s toy!

Reviews were virtually all positive, but I kept trying to find a reason NOT to buy it – especially considering the price tag. But as already stated here: “You get what you pay for.” Sssooo…

Got it home, cranked it up, and it even SOUNDED like a toy! (Aughhh, what have I done?!)

Then I squeezed the throttle and introduced it to my 10’ X 20’ compacted vegetable garden bed. We went north / south, then east / west on less than a tank of gas. And what remained was a bed of ankle-deep “powder.” So soft and pliable, I had difficulty walking through it.

I’ve used full-sized tillers before, and this is every bit as effective. Even at 29 pounds!!

One of my best investments ever.

home owner

Model Reviewed: FG110 Thursday, May 11, 2017
export, PA
Type of use:  Residential
Very quiet does a great job

Love It!

Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, May 7, 2017
Columbus, OH
Type of use:  Residential
Read reviews of several different manufacturers and decided to go with Honda. Great ease of use and strong power. Starts on the first pull. Also love not having to mix oil and gas. Not the cheapest model out there but, you get what you pay for. With that said, this unit is a great value. Very happy with this selection. 

NOT an easy starter

Model Reviewed: FG110 Friday, May 5, 2017
Grass Valley, CA
Type of use:  Residential
Every year, same problem, hard to start, when it does, dies constantly and never runs right. I'm tossing this junker this year and finding something that actually WORKS without 2 days of cussing and fiddling each time I want to use it. Spent more time keeping it running than actually working with it. Had new carbs, gas caps, still a problematic piece of equipment. VERY disappointed...

Honey Do Job

Model Reviewed: FG110 Wednesday, May 3, 2017
Oklahoma City, OK
Type of use:  Residential
I used your little tiller for my wife's "honey do" garden project.  It was very easy to use and gave me a workout! Great product!


Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, April 30, 2017
brookshire, TX
Type of use:  Residential
started right up. very powerfull for a small tiller.hold on.

FG110 mini tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, April 30, 2017
Susan Thoin
Eastpointe, MI
Type of use:  Residential
We had a troy built mini tiller and chose not to repair it.My husband said check out a honda,found out where to purchase one read some reviews and liked the reviews.Went and bought the FG110 brought it home used it the same day,it was light and did a great job working the soil gave the dirt a a nice fine turnover.Very easy to use.

Better than expected

Model Reviewed: FG110 Saturday, April 29, 2017
Holden, ME
Type of use:  Residential
Right out of the box the tiller was easy to setup, started on the 3rd pull and did an outstanding job in my garden.  Plan to try the edger next.  

Great Tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Thursday, April 27, 2017
Tipton, IN
Type of use:  Residential

Took it out of the shipping box installed oil and gas primed and it started on the third pull.

Tilled my small garden and it did a fine job. I recommend this product


Model Reviewed: FG110 Monday, April 24, 2017
Type of use:  Residential

Works great

Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, April 23, 2017
Dearborn Heights, MI
Type of use:  Residential
A simple 15 minute setup and your tilling. Out of the box.  Started using it, and it works even better then I expected.


Model Reviewed: FG110 Saturday, April 22, 2017
West Chester, OH
Type of use:  Residential



Model Reviewed: FG110 Thursday, April 20, 2017
deerfield, OH
Type of use:  Residential
replaced my old 100 with a new 110. loved the old one but the trans. went again for the second time just replaced it last year. rebuilt the carb year before. thought it was time to replace the old one. the best tiller i have owned. the reason i went back to honda is relieabilty.

Minni tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, March 26, 2017
Machesney Park , IL
Type of use:  Residential
Came out of box, setup, powered up with ease. Too wet to put it to work yet. so far it looks like a buy.

Love this little guy!

Model Reviewed: FG110 Tuesday, March 21, 2017
Type of use:  Residential
Had for one year now and used it extensively redoing big sections of my back yard. Worked better than I could have expected and I found myself looking everywhere for opportunities to use it more. It was fun! Going to get a couple attachments this year and give them a try. I highly recommend and it always started effortlessly. 

reliable performance

Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, March 19, 2017
Columbia, MO
Type of use:  Residential
Honda products, including our car, are reliable and dependable. Honda stands behind everything the produce. This little tiller is perfect for turning and mixing the soil in our raised bed vegetable garden. It's lightweight and starts first time every time. We looked at "Mantis", but concluded the features and reliability of our sweet little tiller outweighed the "Mantis" name. 


Model Reviewed: FG110 Saturday, March 18, 2017
Spring Hill, FL
Type of use:  Residential
So easy to use.  I'm 85 years young and found it does a great job with little effort.  I highly recommend this product.

Five Star Rating

Model Reviewed: FG110 Saturday, March 11, 2017
Montgomery, TX
Type of use:  Residential

Easy to unpack. Fully assembled. Easy, fast starting. Tines remain stopped at start up and at idle. Low engine noise with four stroke engine (no mixing oil and gas).

Light to carry with one hand. Compact stores easily with or without folding the handle. Tine RPM's are fast and discharges soil from the ground being tilled. Tines remain rigidly aligned and tight (no wobbling). Powerful enough to dig into combination clay, dirt and compost. Will tear through small finger sized tree roots.

Easy handling while tilling, will not stretch out or tire the operator's arms or shoulders. Digs into soil despite the light weight.

I own a 5 -1/2 hp. Troy built and found it to be too big to use in this years 12 X 8 ft. garden. The Honda FG110 is the perfect solution for my soil preparation needs.

I am very satisfied with my selection of this power tool.

J.A. Lopez



Model Reviewed: FG110 Monday, February 27, 2017
Peaster, TX
Type of use:  Residential

No assembly required!!!  Out of the box, put in the provided oil and fill the gas tank.  It was ready to go.  Prime the gas, set the choke pulled the cord and it was running. 

It chews through clumps of gas without a problem.  In minutes I had the 10 square area cleared raked and ready for seed.  While this will be my prime use of this tool, there is no doubt that it could easily dig 8" and throw out any rocks in the way.


FG-110 Tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Delphos, OH
Type of use:  Residential

Absolutely great performance. Purchased the Digging Tines Accessory also. Cuts through our clay soil with ease. I am using it to install a 200" "French Drain" and garden cultivating. I firmly recommend this mini tiller.

It replace a Troy Built 2 cycle. There is no comparision.


Happiness Renewed

Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, February 19, 2017
Dr. Rob
McDonald, TN
Type of use:  Residential
My wife and I have had a sizable garden for the past 8 years.  We both have very busy professional lives and, unfortunately, not enough time for many of the things we enjoy.  This was especially true of maintaining our garden.  We simply could not stay ahead of the weeds.  Our frustration had reached a peak and we were considering waiting until after retirement when we would have plenty of time to maintain our garden.  This was not what we really wanted as we have enjoyed the vegetables from our garden year round. Searching on the internet for any other solution rather than giving up the garden, I came across the Honda FG110 mini-tiller.  This tiller, I thought, would be small enough to navigate between rows and easy enough for either my wife or me to handle.  I have always trusted Honda engines and decided that this might be the answer to relieving my frustrations.  I used the tiller for the entire season of 2016.  Anything I might write about this tiller would be an understatement.  It starts easily.  It handles with little effort.  And, most important, it destroys weeds without mercy.  I simply could not be more pleased.  This little, but powerful, tiller has returned the joy of gardening for both my wife and me. We both look forward to the 2017 season already anticipating the results of our labor with so much less effort.

unreal machine

Model Reviewed: FG110 Thursday, February 16, 2017
windsor co., CO
Type of use:  Residential
excellent small tiller. You could dig a grave with this tiller  I used this right of the box. this is day 1

Love It!

Model Reviewed: FG110 Wednesday, February 1, 2017
Boones Mill, VA
Type of use:  Residential
I had been wanting a small tiller to use in my garden area and my husband purchased me a FG110.  Even though it is February, I was able to till up my garden area today and I am so happy with it. Set up was a breeze - just had to tighten up the handles, fill it up with oil and gas and on the second pull it started right up!  It was so easy to use and handled great. My garden area looks great and will be ready for planting come spring time.  I plan on using it in my flower beds next.  We live in an area and have red clay soil which can be a problem to deal with but the FG110 went right through it.  I was amazed at how well it worked up the soil.  Would highly recommend!

Fantastic product

Model Reviewed: FG110 Tuesday, January 24, 2017
Kapaa, HI
Type of use:  Residential
The best of the small tillers. This is my second purchase of this model. The first one I gave to my son. I starts with ease, usually on the 2nd pull. A 4-stroke engine so no oil/gas mixture needed. Some descriptions say it can't go very deep, but, I haven't found that to be the case. Of course that depends upon the soil. I previously owned a Mantis which was hard to start and a 2-stroke requiring that oil/gas mix. Had to replace the drive shaft which broke in my slightly rocky soil. No such problems with the Honda. Just a great machine. 

A Powerful Little Machine

Model Reviewed: FG110 Tuesday, January 17, 2017
Santa Rosa, CA
Type of use:  Residential
I bought this machine because of the wonderful reviews on Home Depot's website.  I cannot believe that such a small machine is so powerful.  My only wish was that the tines it came with were the digging kind.  The ones it came with were difficult to start digging with.  Outside of that I would recommend this machine to anyone with a small garden.  The area that I am working in is 225 square feet and it is perfect for that size.  I am really pleased with the craftsmanship and ease of use of this machine.  I would definitely suggest that you use ear protection because it is a loud little machine.

Love this Tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Monday, November 14, 2016
Saginaw, MI
Type of use:  Residential

I have a small garden and my prior small tiller was a 2 cycle Bolens.  This is superior to that.  First it is 4 cycle, meaning no mixing gas and oil.   It is super quiet.  It is easy to use.  Handle folds down for easy storage. 

I highly recommend it. 

Great machine!

Model Reviewed: FG110 Tuesday, September 20, 2016
Lester Prairie, MN
Type of use:  Residential
It starts so easily!  I had another small tiller and it took 10 to 20 pulls to start.  And I had to leash it to a pole to hold it in place.  It also took mixed gasoline with oil.  The compression ratio was so high that it was hard to pull the rope!  This Honda pulls so easily and started quickly.  And it worked great in the garden as I began to use it.  Thanks for making this product!


Model Reviewed: FG110 Tuesday, July 26, 2016
independence, KY
Type of use:  Residential

when I first used this tiller it was a work hog. Now after 8 years and 5 hrs of use I replaced the carburetor today, its running but stalls out maybe fuel filter? I watch you tube videos of other owners having the same problem. make sure you use high grade gas and empty the fuel for storage I did not. I created my carburetor problems.


Model Reviewed: FG110 Monday, July 18, 2016
Skip, CO
Type of use:  Residential
The tiller was purchased for my wife to use and she has used this tiller one time and was very happy with the ease of getting it started, the way it tilled the garden. It is light weight and very easy for her to operate. I  Also like the fact that you don't have to use a gas/oil mixture.  Glad I went with this product

Mini tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Tuesday, July 12, 2016
Chippewa Falls, WI
Type of use:  Residential
Believe the unit will be rated higher once I've had a chance to use it.  Reviewing when new and being registered does not give a fair rating as it has not be used.  Ask me several weeks or months down the road.

Love My TIller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Wednesday, July 6, 2016
Type of use:  Residential
I'm a female who loves gardening. My husband usually uses his full size tiller throughout the growing season, which is a pain. I've been wanting this smaller tiller for years that I can handle. I finally got it, and I love it even more than I thought I would. It's so easy to maneuver between the plants. It's lightweight, so I can pick it up and carry it or I can just roll it on it's wheels. It cuts deeper than I thought it would. It's made my gardening a complete joy again. No more hours of weeding between the rows. Thank you Honda!!!

Honda mini tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Saturday, July 2, 2016
Columbia, MO
Type of use:  Residential
I used my friends Honda tiller and was so impressed, I bought one for myself.  I have always has great luck with Honda engines and expect the same with this tiller.  Honda powered equipment is a little more costly but well worth it.


Model Reviewed: FG110 Monday, June 27, 2016
Hippie Chick
Litchfield, OH
Type of use:  Residential
I purchased the FG100 17 years ago. It was the best little tiller I've ever had! I used it to weed mostly but also to dig up my 4 raised beds every year. It broke up the soil to very fine. One day it just would not start. That being unusual as it always started in one or two pulls. Turns out the poor thing just wore out! After 17 years I could not garden without this little powerhouse. So, my husband purchased me the FG110 and it looks and works just like the old one! When I first purchased the original one from a Home Depot, I noticed a Landscape truck with someone loading up this kind of little tiller. I asked him his opinion of it and he said it was the only kind he would have as it was so durable and great quality. He had workers using them very hard and it would take anything you could throw at it. I was convinced if a pro would use it I had to try one. I am very glad I did and would recommend it to anyone into gardening.

My little giant

Model Reviewed: FG110 Tuesday, June 21, 2016
Catskill, NY
Type of use:  Residential
Started right up, ran like a champ, tilled my rocky soil pretty darn good for it size. Quiet enough I didn't bother with hearing protection.

FG110 Mini Tiller works right out of the box

Model Reviewed: FG110 Monday, June 13, 2016
Art C.
Huntingtown, MD
Type of use:  Residential

Great product - exactly what I expected from Honda!

Took it out of the box. Added to oil. Added gasoline. It started exactly as promised.

Nicely compact and easy to handle and store.

Works Great!

Great Garden Tool

Model Reviewed: FG110 Tuesday, June 7, 2016
Clarkston, MI
Type of use:  Residential
I was originally concerned that this tiller weighing only 29 lbs was adequate for the job. I have owned one now for 3 years and still can't believe the performance of this tool. One of my better investments.  

Honda Tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Thursday, June 2, 2016
Marion, OH
Type of use:  Residential
Great little tiller, quiet, uses no oil, and cuts through hard soil with ease.  Very satisfied at this time.

FG 110 Mini Tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Friday, May 27, 2016
Kirbyville, TX
Type of use:  Residential
Works fine, tends to lose power after continuous cultivating, had to remove the air cleaner to get power back.  I had a Vortine powered by a Honda that had the same symptoms, maybe I just need to let it cool a little.

Mighty Mite

Model Reviewed: FG110 Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Erie, CO
Type of use:  Residential
This little tiller is a mighty sod buster! My old Mantis couldn't compare to this tiller. Honda has the power to chew up my garden soil in no time. Easy one pull start and operates smoothly and quietly. You  pay more for Honda products but they always perform the best. Make the investment and purchase this great little tiller. You will not be sorry.

Bought used

Model Reviewed: FG110 Saturday, May 21, 2016
Riverton , UT
Type of use:  Residential
After reading reviews on other brands, it was apparent that I needed a Honda tiller. I found this in our local classifieds for half of the suggested retail price. Brought it home, added gas and it started on the fourth pull. Tilled our 250 sq. ft. garden in 2 hours. Ran perfect the whole time and did a fantastic job. It's the perfect size for my wife to use. Tilled hard clay about 5" deep.

Beast of a tiller!

Model Reviewed: FG110 Tuesday, April 19, 2016
Murphysboro , IL
Type of use:  Residential, Landscaping/Commerical
This little tiller eats up the competition. I have used this tiller to chew right through turf grass and it barely bats an eyelash. I recently used to till a 500 sq. ft. Playground area and it not only ate up large chunks of turf mixed in with dry clay but it did so on one tank of gas. The ease of operation is superb. If you can run a weedeater then you can run this little gem. Out performs tiller twice its width. I can't say enough good things about this tiller. If your remotely considering purchasing it then do so NOW. You will not be disappointed! 

Wow.....Love this little tiller!!

Model Reviewed: FG110 Wednesday, August 12, 2015
Chandler, OK
Type of use:  Residential
I found myself needing a rototiller again and momentarily thought about renting again from Home Depot as I had done 6 weeks ago.  But then thought, I'm going to have need of a tiller at least two to three times per year so maybe I should look for a rear tine rototiller.  The more I looked at them and the how expensive they were, the more I thought this is overkill.  I was a little concerned about buying a mini tiller because I feared they wouldn't hold up for breaking fresh ground for flower beds and gardens.  However, the more I read the reviews online on the Honda, the more I felt this might be just the answer to my needs.  So I went to Home Depot and purchased on last Saturday.  I unboxed it yesterday and it took all of 5 minutes to get the gas and oil in it and extend the handle bars for use.  It didn't start on the first pull like my Honda mower always does, but it didn't take too many.  I began using on a part of my yard up next to the house to make a flower bed that measures around 3' x 21'.  The ground hadn't been broken since the house was built 25 yrs ago, but this little tiller torn right into and prepared the ground for me.  It is definetely more work that a rear time tiller that does all of the work for you, but no big deal.  Just took a little longer with a little more effort.  Overall, loved it.  The great thing about this small tiller is that it is so versatile and can be used for lots of small projects around the house or just freshening our current beds each year.  I'm very glad I purchased this unit and am confident it will last a long time with it being a Honda.


Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, August 2, 2015
St. Peters, MO
Type of use:  Residential
I just built two 4x8' Cedar raised bed garden boxes made of 2x10" rough-sawn planks.  I spent quite a few hours digging the flat areas in the slope where the boxes went, adding rock for drainage under the planks, and refilling with compost and topsoil.  It was a lot of work in near 100F Missouri heat and I was READY to be finished!  So today I went to use my 2-stroke mini-tiller by another known (but cheaper) maker and for the last time it failed me again.  I finally got sick of working on it.  Enough is enough.  I got online, compared the different 4-stoke mini-tillers that were offered and quickly made my decision.  I haven't owned a Honda since having an ATC90 three-wheeler motorcycle back in about 1980!  It was bought used then and was extremely easy to use and reliable to drag camping/fishing supplies around out in the country as a kid etc.  Remembering that made me think that it was probably a good time to give another Honda a chance - this time a mini-tiller!  I'm glad I did.  I easily had it running five minutes after unpacking it and now have my tilling finished instead of fighting with the other 2-stroke junker that I'm retiring.  This is an EXCELLENT machine.  I can already tell after using it once that it was a good decision to buy it.  Having been a machinist for 24 years and a heavy equipment mechanic before that, I'm a fairly competent judge of mechanical and manufacturing quality.  THIS IS IT.

Mini tiller cleans up

Model Reviewed: FG110 Tuesday, July 7, 2015
Homer, NY
Type of use:  Residential

Very quiet, very lightweight. Effortless to start. Tears things up. I really like this tiller.

Have had to remove rocks that get stuck in the tines once in a while,

but was able to do so without damaging the machine. Only had it

a couple of weeks, but so far so good. I've been using it to weed between rows.

Raised bed answer to easy tilling

Model Reviewed: FG110 Saturday, July 4, 2015
Cleveland, NC
Type of use:  Residential
I own a very big garden tiller but I bought the small Honda for ease of transferring from one 4' by 12' raised bed area to another. Have 9 beds total.  The Honda is just the right size for mixing up everything in the small area in the spring for the wife.  She takes over the rest of the season.  

FG110 Tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, June 28, 2015
Monson, MA
Type of use:  Residential
Out of the box added oil, gas and primed and it started on the 3rd pull. I am using it on clay based soil for tilling between the rows as well as reworking sections of the garden. No lack of power, easy to get in tight areas, forwards & backwards tilling and high degree of control between the rows. Also easily tears through grassed areas. Unit is very high quality and is four cycle so no gas oil mix. You can buy cheaper but if you are looking for functional reliability it's worth every penny.

great little tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Saturday, June 27, 2015
spencerport, NY
Type of use:  Residential

this is a great little tiller I use it in the garden to go around my plants. easy to use and runs like a big boy.

I also used to loosen up the dirt on my new 56sq ft grilling pad. this machine helped me save hours and saved my back from digging with a shovel. Lots of power and you don't have to beat on it. I love it.

Starts easy

Model Reviewed: FG110 Friday, June 26, 2015
Yadkinville, NC
Type of use:  Residential
This little Honda Tiller starts like a charm and works great for what I need it for


Model Reviewed: FG110 Tuesday, June 23, 2015
Type of use:  Residential

talked my company into getting this for a 35 year service award. I did receive my 35 year service award and picked the fg110. very nice used it tonight, very nice machine, made long job done better and quicker. 4 others also picked the fg110 for their 35 year service award. I am sure the oil will get changed before 10 hours are up, that is a lot of tilling for this machine. ran it for 45 minutes tonight, covered a lot of tree row. they finally did something right! Quality shows.

FG110 Mini Tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Monday, June 22, 2015
Colonial Heights, VA
Type of use:  Residential

The first time I looked at the Honda, I wanted something a little less expensive in a small tiller/cultivator.  I purchased a different brand, used it 3 times, and was able to return it to the store and purchased the Honda. Very easy to start, light-weight, and works like a tiller twice its size.  Great to use.   For the price, it can't be beat.

Loved this tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Friday, June 19, 2015
Des moines, IA
Type of use:  Residential

just bought this small tiller Loved It !

made short work of a very weedy garden, it took a bit to fiqure out a technic for use but then was easy and quick thought was a bit pricey took a while to decide to spend the money happy I did

So far so good!

Model Reviewed: FG110 Friday, June 19, 2015
Baraboo, WI
Type of use:  Residential
Recently purchased this tiller and used it the same day.
Setup was easy, just attach the handle (no tools required) and
fill with oil (2.7 oz included) and gasoline.  Set up and starting
procedure was explained well in the provided manual.
Just took a little while to get used to operating it for the soil conditions
but that is fairly common for most tillers.  Will us it mainly to cultivate
around garden plants and smaller beds where I need more manuverability
than my larger tiller has.  Very impressed with the performance tilling
hard packed soil.  Price is fairly expensive but I'm not getting any younger and
this will save time/effort to maintain the gardens.  It is also easy to transport
and lift in/out of the vehicles.  Appears to be a very solid and powerful tiller
for it's size.


Model Reviewed: FG110 Thursday, June 18, 2015
Elizabeth, NJ
Type of use:  Residential
Bought Honda Tiller FG110 and used it immediately. Light weight, powerful, easy to setup and use. Worth every penny. Tines are lifetime warranty. Honda makes the best products. High quality. I also own 2 Honda EU2000 generators. Quiet, reliable, light weight. I can't express enough that Honda makes quality products.

Great Tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Friday, June 12, 2015
Columbia, SC
Type of use:  Residential
I purchased the FG 110 tiller for my backyard garden and this powerful little tiller has exceeded my expectations. It required no assembly accept for tightening the screws attaching the handles and adding oil and fuel. It took a few pulls to get it started initially but, after that, it has run like a jewel. I would wholeheartedly recommend this tiller for anyone who enjoys backyard gardening as well as helping in the lawn using the available attachments. This is truly a 5 star little tiller!


Model Reviewed: FG110 Thursday, June 11, 2015
Type of use:  Residential
Well constructed, easy starting and reliable.  The previous tiller was a Mantis, and I spent more time trying to get it started or in the service shop.  The Honda Tiller is better made, just as light as the Mantis, and starts up easily with the engine hot or cold.

Best tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, June 7, 2015
Mills River, NC
Type of use:  Residential
I have owned  both a Mantis and Troy-Bilt.  My Mantis was purchased probably30 years ago.  This is the best cultivator I have had.  This morning I tightened the handle, which was the only assembly required.  That was a chore.  I had to get my daughter to hold the outside screw while I tightened from the inside.  It took about 10 pulls to start it the first time (new gas and oil were added).  After that, it worked like a charm. I needed to weed between flower rows.  From the moment I put it in the garden, I could see the difference.  Lots of power and digging ability. A rock stopped the tines, but it was easily removed.  The machine ran, but the tines stopped.  This evening I cleaned out the garage and washed it down.  I had to start it again to see if it worked. Purred for me.  I am a 61-year-old woman and easily picked it up and lifted it over the  electric garden fence.  I could not be more pleased.

So far works great

Model Reviewed: FG110 Saturday, June 6, 2015
Charleston, IL
Type of use:  Residential
We were hesitant to buy the smaller tiller but for the price we tried it. So glad we did. We have only used it twice so far but it has been great. Very easy to go around the plants and easy to use. 

Life saver for tuff jobs in tight places

Model Reviewed: FG110 Saturday, June 6, 2015
west harrison, IN
Type of use:  Residential

My wife and I have a flower bed that was let go before we moved into our new house.  We have struggled for two years to keep it clean and free of weeds.  Last year after two days of digging I was thinking to myself I should buy a mini tiller.  This year when my wife started digging again and saying how hard it was I decided that was it and started research on a small tiller.  After about 5 minutes on the google I quickly chose the Honda FG 110.  It was on hand at my local home depot, was priced lower than the Mantis by $100 for the comparable model and it has a Honda engine. Haven't been disapointed with a Honda yet...

Today is day one after filling my tiller with oil and gas and tightening the handles on the tiller. I must say even the packaging was done well with a box large enough to hold the mostly assembled product with thoughtfully placed handles.  It was easy to get out of the box and required less than 5 minutes to get ready to use from box to ground.  There wasn't any tools required to assemble and even though it was not made in the US it wasn't made in China either and that's all I need to know.  I took it into my flower bed and it started on pull 1 the first time and every time there after.  I was amazed at how well it does cleaning out tall pieces of grass in clumps as well as loosening even compact dry soil.  I have now ran almost a tank of gas in it and find this to be one of the most valuable tools in my garden shed!  One comment would be that it is a bit hard to clean out between the tines but thankfully you can tip it on the front protector bar and work on it easily while it sits on a flat surface. Thanks Honda  I hope the quality is as I suspect it to be from a durability standpoint.  I'm looking forward to many uses.

Pleased with first use

Model Reviewed: FG110 Friday, June 5, 2015
Pell City, AL
Type of use:  Residential
i read all 77 reviews before buying, and did consider Cub Cadet and Echo. Most of the reviews were positive, so I decided that the 30 day return policy was worth the chance. Plus, I did buy the Home Depot Warranty so that I have 5 years of coverage, $60 more. My garden is large, and I have a big rear tine tiller to break it up. Some of my vegetables can be planted far enough apart to run my big tiller down the rows. Others grow up and out, such as the peas, and they need a smaller tiller. This one did the job well, once I figured out how to steer it. It did pull on my back muscles quite a bit, but you have to finesses it when working in close quarters. The motor cranked right up, the cultivator did not stutter, and I was ecstatic with my results and how quickly I could do a big job, one that would have taken 25 hours or more by hand. I know, because that is how I started. This tool, like my tiller, will change the way that I garden for the positive. I have back troubles, and sometimes pass up gardening opportunities because of the after planting gardening maintenance demands. It is a quality product as best I can tell, and the first three hours made a huge impression. 

Honda FG110

Model Reviewed: FG110 Wednesday, June 3, 2015
Mebane, NC
Type of use:  Other [Garden]
Great tiller, easy to start working great good for small garden. 

Disappointed then very happy

Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, May 31, 2015
Waretown, NJ
Type of use:  

Had to return the first one, it would not start.  I knew this was unusual because I've had them before.

Returned it to HomeDepot and got another, works just the way it should.  Love it.


Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, May 31, 2015
Poland, OH
Type of use:  Residential
I was very impressed with the power the four stroke motor had for it's size and how easy it was to start. I've been borrowing my neighbor's "top of the line" 2-stroke competitor for 4 years and what struggle to get it started cold. The Honda motor on this tiller was a breeze to start every time, almost effortless to pull. Out of the box after filling the crankcase with oil and tank with gas I primed it and started second pull. Great little tiller to have.  I till an area of 30ft. by 10ft. for my garden and had tilled over twice in an hour flat. Now the wife has all kind of projects for this machine. The only problem I have is the wheel assembly and depth guide are a little hard to adjust and get your fingers on, but don't let this stop you from buying this great little machine. 

FG110 Rototiller .

Model Reviewed: FG110 Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Holland, MI
Type of use:  Residential

Absolutely love my new "toy"!  I'm a 62 year old grandma who loves to work in the yard but digging was getting the best of me.  Decided to purchase a tiller to prevent some aches and pains.  Initially thought electric because I was afraid I might have trouble starting or using a gas powered machine.  Our local farm store offered the Cadet which was cheaper.  Much thought...lots of reading reviews ...ordered my Honda online and picked up at Home Depot.  My decision was made based on good reviews and easy return policy at Home Depot if I didn't like.  My son put it together and showed me how... I couldn't be happier.  I've tilled my sister's garden plot, my own and working on several other projects.  It's not loud...easy to start and a powerful little workhorse.  Gave 4 stars on features due to no adjustment in handlebars for height...fits me fine but someone short might be issue

Great Little Tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Amherst, OH
Type of use:  Residential

So far these is a great tiller, my wife used it with no problems, of course I had to show her how too run it. Starts easy, quiet, idles nice, east to clean, just pull the pin on the side you want to clean and remove the tines, clean away. Looking into buying the Aerator attachment ( $65.00 ) part # 06727-V25-000. I like the On-Off switch by the handle grips. Anybody have this part I would like to know how it works. 

r.beachler@oh.rr.com   Thanks

The cleanest emission's & Best efficiency, packed into A mini power house

Model Reviewed: FG110 Tuesday, May 26, 2015
Skiatook, OK
Type of use:  Residential
Got this tiller cause I was tired of smelling my 2stroke 2hp mini tiller,     when I first fired my New Honda FG110 up I about cried, It runs so clean its simply amazing how Honda keeps improving emission's & efficiency,  it uses half the gas of my old tiller, it has even more power & torque and I've seen propane engines run dirtier. The ease of use is great too, started right up the very first pull out of box. ***** Thank you 

Tiller FG110

Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, May 24, 2015
Spokane Valley, WA
Type of use:  Residential

This Honda tiller is so far beyond my older two cycle tiller I can't begin to compare them. I'll never own another small tiller unless it's a Honda 

Met Expectations!

Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, May 24, 2015
Edina, MN
Type of use:  Residential
If you are a gardener, a good tiller will save you time and sore muscles. My last tiller was a 2 stroke and lasted close to 2 decades, but was always a challenge to start. It became a maintenance headache and finally failed to start. I decided to go with the Honda due to the 4 stroke engine and the great Honda reputation. I haven't regretted this decision. Not mixing gas and oil is great, as I don't have to have separate gas and gas/oil containers. This engine burns cleaner and is slightly quieter. The best part is that it is better at tilling, works through anything, and doesn't seem to get the tines clogged as much as my previous tiller. The width is perfect for working between plants. I don't use the wheels, as this machine is easy to tote around the yard by hand. If you haven't used a tiller in the garden before, you will find this tiller to be a valuable new tool! My neighbors love to borrow it.

Mother's Day

Model Reviewed: FG110 Friday, May 22, 2015
Baton Rouge, LA
Type of use:  Residential

Bought this for my wife and she loves it. she works in the garden every day and use the tiller every couple of days.

Got Tired of Cheap Units

Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, May 17, 2015
Grand Marsh, WI
Type of use:  Residential

We tried buying cheap, and had nothing but problems with them right out of the box. Easy to use choke, 4 cycle (no mixing oil and gas), all maintenance very easy to do yourself, are all big pluses to buy this machine. 


Great Little Tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Friday, May 15, 2015
Boise, ID
Type of use:  Residential
I purchased this tiller for my wife because she is unable to start our rear tined tiller and it is just too big for her to handle.  As always, the Honda engine starts on the first or second pull.  She was able to use this tiller because it does not weigh as much as our rear tined machine and does not throw her around.  My wife was able to till non stop for a little over an hour.  This machine digs like it is much bigger and with the detachable tines you can use it in between rows in your garden.

Little Giant

Model Reviewed: FG110 Friday, May 15, 2015
commack, NY
Type of use:  Residential

I bought this Honda FG110 tiller because its the only brand engine I trust after being dissatisfied with the other major brand engine in other outdoor equipment I have owned. The owner's manual is clearly written, well illustrated and covers every detail.

This is my first use of a tiller so I didn't know what to expect. The little engine surprised me with its power which I used to turn over weeds and grass in hard soil over an area of 40'x20'. It had the power to grind through the hard ground and small tree roots without any noticeable slowing of the engine. Being a lightweight tiller, it did bounce around over the grass as it moved forward but the tiller dug in nicely as I pulled it back. There were some stubborn clumps of weeds that I had to concentrate on by going over them several times to dig them out but I was using this tiller for a purpose that really calls for a heavy duty machine.

I accomplished what I set out to do and I was very satisfied with the job this little guy. I believe I selected the right tiller at a very reasonable price. 

Honda FG110 Tiller Review

Model Reviewed: FG110 Wednesday, May 13, 2015
West Islip, NY
Type of use:  Residential
I have not been able to use this tiller yet.  It was shipped missing a left side tiller tine lock pin.  One of the two left side tines was loose in the box.  I have contacted Home Depot-on-line sales about this and hope to hear from them soon.  My opinion is that whoever placed the tiller in the box for factory shipment did so without the lock pin in place.  It is most unlikely that it fell off in the box and slipped out through a crack.  I tested this with the lock pin on the right side.  Not easy to remove.

fh110k1at tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Wednesday, May 13, 2015
fairfield, OH
Type of use:  Residential
difficult right out of box to start. surprised it doesnt have capability to be be started electrically.


Model Reviewed: FG110 Wednesday, May 13, 2015
Type of use:  Residential
Bought this small tiller/cultivator not knowing if it would have any power or performance. OMG!!! This baby is awesome. Cuts thru hard dirt better than my neighbors rear tine troy bilt tiller. You will not be disappointed!

Second one we have owned

Model Reviewed: FG110 Tuesday, May 12, 2015
York, PA
Type of use:  Residential
Have owned one for 10 or 12 years...clutch went out and our kids thought we should have a new one.  Used it yesterday tilled a 400 sq foot garden in 30 minutes.  The new tines work much better than the old ones (new tines have more teeth).  Started on second pull.  My husband used it without the drag bar and it didn't dig in.  Would highly recommend it.  Plan to fix the old one and when one of our kids need to borrow they can use it.  One recommendation is to beef up the handle...after 6 or 7 years we needed to have the old one repaired.


Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, May 10, 2015
Type of use:  Residential

Excellent tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Thursday, May 7, 2015
Effingham, IL
Type of use:  Residential
This year I will turn 70 years old but want to continue to work in my garden.  This tiller is very lightweight and easy to use.  Machine also starts very easily.  Easy to carry with on hand.  It appears to be ideal for gardening and light landscape work.


Model Reviewed: FG110 Monday, May 4, 2015
naperville, IL
Type of use:  Residential
I've used it once and am very happy with the product.  Even though it is light it does a great job pulverizing the dirt in my garden.    

Not my first one

Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, May 3, 2015
Streamwood, IL
Type of use:  Residential
I had the same one before.  It is perfect for my small yard and space.  The first one was great!  This one has the same look and feel.  I look for a long run with this one also.

small tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, May 3, 2015
Salem, OR
Type of use:  Residential

starts easy.  digs down and is very maneuverable.  This is the 2nd small Honda tiller I've had.  very intuitive to use.  Light, simple, useful.  Any individual with a large garden needs one of these.

I love it


Model Reviewed: FG110 Thursday, April 30, 2015
Friendsville, TN
Type of use:  Residential, Landscaping/Commerical
This little machine is the easiest and fastest way of digging up the ground.  Light weight and very portable.  Love this machine.  Two thumbs up!


Model Reviewed: FG110 Thursday, April 30, 2015
Type of use:  Residential


Model Reviewed: FG110 Saturday, April 25, 2015
medina, OH
Type of use:  Residential
This is our THIRD mini tiller......The first tiller lasted 8-10 years and ran flawlessly til age caught up with it. the second tiller ran just as well -BUT- only lasted 3 YEARS when something broke internally and put a small hole in the top of the engine. VERY DISAPPOINTED in the life span of the second tiller. (frankly expected more durability from HONDA) Hopefully the second tillers problem was a fluke and this new on is as good or better than the original, if not it will be my last Honda tiller.   would I recommend this tiller?? ABSOLUTELY THEY ARE A GREAT PRODUCT.

Good Purchase

Model Reviewed: FG110 Thursday, April 23, 2015
High Point, NC
Type of use:  Residential
I have only used this maybe ten minutes due to ground being to wet. I have a Honda riding mower that I have had for years and this cultivator has the reliable Honda motor. When I saw it I didn't think there was anyway it could dig up ground because of it's size. I was wrong!! I took the wheels off and if you will take the time to read the directions you will see that if you tilt it forward it will dig deeper and tilt it back and it will be more shallow. I recommend a shallow pass the first time or two on you row. It will dig while pulling it backwards or going forward. I found it easy to control. I just wish the accessories weren't so expensive. I really want the dethatcher but just not going to put that kind of money out for one. I watched people use dethatcher on line and it looks like it does a good job. Good machine Honda.

Low Vibration!

Model Reviewed: FG110 Thursday, April 23, 2015
outside of any, CA
Type of use:  Residential

Now that my hand is permanently damaged from a car crash, I can't shovel, pick, or even use a big rototiller in a straight line.  I can't even squeeze the throttle cable on a local rental.  However, I can use the FG110 long enough to get tired for other reasons; it is the easiest rototiller to use (perhaps in existence).  Vibrations don't rip up my hands, the pull start is easy, it is light but not so light as to jump like a rabbit (problem with the light electric model by another company), and because it is so small, I can use it at all kinds of angles and drive it right out of a hole - where I'd be stuck if I had a big unit.  It basically replaces all hand tools for me, then I can follow up with hand tools after the soil is broken up.

Also, being a four stroke Honda, it idles ~3500rpms quietly, and need not be used at full throttle depending on the work you are doing (but quieter at full throttle than most similar equipment)

Change oil more often than they recommend at first, since at 2.7oz it is cheap to do, so that the engine breaks in nicely - it went through quite a bit of metal shavings and turning gray fast, but I change the oil every time I cleaned up the machine, and now the oil is looking pretty good. I found forum entries on the engines dying when almost brand new (almost exclusively) - so I took this preventative measure to break mine in well. 

As just told by a repair shop, if you don't like the pins that hold the tines in place, you can switch them to (#8?) bolts and lock nuts if you don't generally take the tines off, and with "trailer pins" if you clean the tines often.  Also, oil the axle so the tines don't get stuck.

More power?  Only install two of the four tines for the job, either facing in (safe) or facing out (really powerful).

Dust? Be prepared to clean and re-oil the oil-type foam air filter more often than you would expect if you work in dust.  That's a weak point - make certain the cover is snapped completely back into place to avoid dirt getting into the engine by bypassing the air filter.  Be prepared to maintain it daily while breaking new ground.

Great machine, I'd highly recommend it for all small/medium jobs, and even one-time initial cultivation of a big garden, letting it rest and check it periodically - or rent a monster for a day and follow up with this unit.

Optional accessories are prohibitively expensive, so don't buy it thinking you'll get all those additional functions.  However, what comes in the box is plenty.

New Garden tool

Model Reviewed: FG110 Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Topeka, KS
Type of use:  Residential
Needing a durable, small, useful tool for the mrs to weed the garden.  Impressed with the ease of use, the weight, and yet the job it does.  Having issues with going too deep, but will figure it out by trial and error. Great investment!

Powerful and Effective little tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Wednesday, April 22, 2015
Mt Wolf, PA
Type of use:  Residential
We were looking for a small tiller that both my wife and I could use.  We were using an expensive large beast that made my back hurt and was too big for my wife to handle. This FG110 hits the mark.  It is easy to set up. I had it running in under 15 min of opening the box.  It came with the oil it needed and started right up. It is clearly another quality product from Honda. Well worth the money. 

Mini Honda Tiler

Model Reviewed: FG110 Monday, April 20, 2015
Galt, CA
Type of use:  Residential
To be honest , This little tiller works like a champ. I wouls recommend this to anyone with a garden and or flower beds. The lifetime warranty on the transmission sold me and now I am sold on how well it runs. Considering buying some attachments in the near future. I Buy Honda Equipment exclusively and this works as well as my Mower and trimmer.

Save your money

Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, April 19, 2015
Columbus, OH
Type of use:  Residential
I bought one of these tillers three years ago. After three years and continual maintenance, the motor was worn out. I had a family member who also bought one of these tillers and the gear box wore out after two years. Sorry Honda, but the quality isn't what it was anymore. Save your money folks and buy a two-stroke Mantis. Those machines are unstoppable.

Honda Tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Saturday, April 18, 2015
Type of use:  Residential

Today we started getting our garden ready, last year we used a shovel took us a few days to turn the soil over and there was still a lot of large junks of dirt. This year I decided to look into purchasing a tiller. And let me tell you this little creature worked like a charm. I'm really glad I decided to go to Home Deport and buy one. There was so many tillers to pick from for less money. I knew Honda has a always had great motors and stand behind there product. I knew I would pay alittle more but it was so worth it. I finished in 2 hours , my wife even took a few turns with it. The soil is so soft and is ready for out plants. In the future I will need to think about purchasing a grass cutter for my wife since she cuts the grass. I will need to save for that one.

Very Impressed with the little guy



Excellent tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Thursday, April 16, 2015
Oregon City, OR
Type of use:  Residential
The FG110 is easy to start, much quieter than my old 2 stroke, lots of power. I like that the outer tines can be removed for narrow spaces.


Model Reviewed: FG110 Monday, April 13, 2015
Robbinsville, NJ
Type of use:  Residential
I bought a replacement Honda FG110 rototiller last week. I am very disapointed my de-thatcher attachment does not fit my new rototiller. I called Honda for an adapter and was told there was none. I like the product, but I'm very dissapointed. Mike St. John

Highly Recommend

Model Reviewed: FG110 Saturday, April 11, 2015
PA Tiller
Yardley, PA
Type of use:  Residential

I used the FG110 for the first time this weekend and am very pleased with my purchase.  It runs exceptionally quiet.  Don’t let its size full you - it is a very powerful machine.  It cleared a new garden patch for me in no time.  What I was really impressed with is how the tines quickly and finely ground the soil.  Just till and rake.  Truly amazing.

Awesome Small Compact Tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Friday, April 10, 2015
Robert B
Murfreesboro, TN
Type of use:  Residential
Bought this small tiller so the wife could make and plant a flower bed. This tiller is excellent! Works very good in small tight places around our home. The tines cut right through the earth with ease. Plus it will not wear you out like the larger tillers will. I just ordered the edger since this tiller has many accessories you can purchase. No tools required to change out with other accessories. Yes this tiller was expensive but your buying a Honda quality tool. Worth every penny! Thanks again HONDA

All Fools Day problems

Model Reviewed: FG110 Saturday, April 4, 2015
Princeton, NJ
Type of use:  Residential

TheTiller (FAAA 1389405) works well and behaves as I expect from a Honda product.  It was a replacement for the same model (FAAA 1389292) purchased the previous day which was defective - out of the sealed box - as follows:  The Drag bar clevis pin was not in the box, one of the two handlebar knobs and washers was thrown into the box rather than being  attached to its companion bolt.  When filled with fresh gasoline and with oil the tiller started reasonably easily and had a steady idle.  When warmed up it would go to the expected high rpm under zero load but when used to till light soil it continually stalled.  Home Depot provided an immediate replacement.  We opened to box in the store and all components were properly installed.  It worked as expected once oil and gasoline were added.

I hope that this lack of quality control is just a rare example.

Great Tool

Model Reviewed: FG110 Friday, April 3, 2015
Uniontown, OH
Type of use:  Residential

Rented a Honda Mini-tiller some years ago and liked it a lot.  Now I have three 6'x6' raised beds and just did not want to hand till.  So, read all the reviews, and then went to Home Depot and purchased an FG110 off the shelf.  Got it home and unboxed it, filled it with the provided oil, and then gassed it up.  Started right up when I remembered to turn the ignition to the on position (duh), and the work was quick and easy.  Worked best for me by making three quick passes, and the whole job didn't take long at all.

I am 68 and in decent shape, and the FG110 is light enough for me to handle easily and to reposition in small spaces and make turns with.  With it's light weight I was surprised at how easily it dug right in and pulverized my raised beds.  I am anxious to now dig in some compost and fertilizer so that we can plant in a few weeks.  Real happy with this purchase.

Little Monster

Model Reviewed: FG110 Thursday, April 2, 2015
Tiller Man
Granite Falls, NC
Type of use:  Residential
I was really surprised on how much power the tiller produced. Took it out of the box, unfolded the handle, put in the oil, added gas, pulled the starter and off we went. We have raised beds, about 150 feet in length, by 3 feet, the tiller went through them like butter. Easy to control, fun to run and sure beats using a shovel. Well done Honda!!!!!!!!!!!!

Mini Tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Thursday, April 2, 2015
Rossville, GA
Type of use:  Residential
I have owned many Honda products in the past and still do.Honda makes quality products, that's why I purchased this Honda Tiller. I have only used it one time no complaints what so ever.    

Light and durable

Model Reviewed: FG110 Wednesday, April 1, 2015
Vacherie, LA
Type of use:  Residential
Easy to set up, light and durable, tilled my small garden in minutes. Will urge me to make larger garden

Save your money

Model Reviewed: FG110 Friday, February 13, 2015
Christiansburg, VA
Type of use:  Residential
After just 3 years of light use (only used in my small garden) I'm told the gear box is shot and will cost close to $200 to fix. Sorry just not worth it. In addition Honda (nor anyone else) does not make a replacement gear box so I could repair it myself. Really??? I thought Honda was a reputable brand but I have other Honda small engines that just do not perform that well. The biggest problem is that when they get hot they will NOT restart until they have cooled off. Save your money, get a Mantis! Needless to say I am extremely disappointed in this tiller!!!

nice little tool

Model Reviewed: FG110 Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Dayton, TX
Type of use:  
I use this for my flower bed and to maintain my large garden. Iv busted some dry clay with this little thing and was surprised it did it for its size. Its perfect for running between rows in my 30x60' garden keeping the weeds out. Also does a fantastic job in my flower bed around the house. Would defiantly recommend I had this on for a year and a half and I had a craftsmen mini tiller for a year and that was it before it died.

Good machine, buy it you won't regret it

Model Reviewed: FG110 Monday, October 27, 2014
Kalamazoo, MI
Type of use:  Residential
I bought this product for a small garden (10x15) because I was tired of borrowing the neighbors much larger rear tine tiller which is a great product also but not exactly very maneuverable in a small setting like what I want. I had looked at a few competitors products this one being neck in neck with another one that was sold at a local dealer. They recommended this one over the other unit which I liked and I can totally see why. This thing is very easy to use, much quieter because of the 4 stroke engine and tills very evenly with lots of torque, the attachments you can get for this make it worth the price too. I have put this through a lot of use this summer; prepping a actually fairly large area for grass seed, spreading manure in my garden as well as breaking some new soil to add another row to my garden. It does all of these tasks very well, maintenance is easy on it as well. Cleaning it is a breeze because the tines come off very easily pull the cotter pins and they slide right off. Yes you can go to any big box store and buy one of the less expensive mini tiller for roughly half the price of this one but I guarantee you this; it won't perform as well be as easy to use or some may have some more toys like electric start (which I think they could offer but it starts so easy it's not really needed) but it won't have the quality you get with this Honda. If you're looking for a small easy to use tiller with even an occasional large area to till go for it buy it. You won't be disappointed.    

Good Little Tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, August 31, 2014
Wildwood, MO
Type of use:  Residential
I wanted a tiller to use around the house but didn't want a full size machine.  Purchased this little baby about 6-7 years ago and it just keeps going and going and.....  Has never needed repairs, gets used 4-5 times a year for 1-4 hours and just keeps doing what I had hoped it would.  Have had several other Honda products over the years and, like everything else, you get what you pay for.  Excellent piece of equipment, would not hesitate to recommend it for anyone looking for a versatile, yet compact, tiller.  A plus

So Promising - What went wrong?

Model Reviewed: FG110 Sunday, July 6, 2014
de forest, WI
Type of use:  Residential, Other [garden]
I purchased this mini tiller on May 5th, 2011. This tiller actually ran quite well for the first two years (warranty period). I was also very pleased with its performance. Then slightly less than 1 month into the post warranty period it just stopped working. Have been unable to start ever since. Took it to a local qualified repair service facility - they were unable to repair. They told me I would be better off buying a new one. At $350.00 you would think it would last beyond the warranty period. Do not plan to purchase another.


Model Reviewed: FG110 Thursday, June 12, 2014
Decatur, AL
Type of use:  Residential
I bought the tiller 3 years ago.I now have a worn out engine. Tiller will not start and when it doses it will run about less than a minute. Will not idle at low rpm.I paid 300.00 for it new. I have another tiller that I own that is 15 years old and runs like a new one.I have kept the tiller clean ,oil and filter changed reguarly.I would not purchase another Honda compact tiller again.

Boy was I suprised

Model Reviewed: FG110 Wednesday, June 4, 2014
Kokomo, IN
Type of use:  Residential
With much trepidation I purchased the FG110 mini-tiller. I have a small garden 20 x30 and don't have a lot of time to work in it. I have been considering small tillers just for cultivation use as I have a large tractor mounted tiller to work the soil in the spring. I have always felt that Honda mean't quality and was not worried that the FG110 would be shoddy made, it's just that I thought the fast spinning tines of the small tiller would throw dirt everywhere and bounce around making it had to cultivate close to my plants. Boy was I wrong. I am so pleased with the tiller that I wrote this and have never wrote a review before. One thing that I think would be an improvement is to make a rotating assembly for use of either the dept bar or the transport wheels that the operator could easily pull a spring pin and turn.

broke new ground

Model Reviewed: FG110 Friday, May 30, 2014
douglasville, GA
Type of use:  Residential
I usually do not write reviews but this Honda is a tank for its size. I was clearing new ground full of old privet hedge roots and rocks.  I should have used a heavy duty rear tine tiller but could not find one to suit me. Therefore I decided to use my little Honda knowing i would probably screw up the transmission. I cut the roots with an axe but still had a lot of them in the ground.  The Honda eat roots up to 1 inch up.  It would throw out rocks the size of half a brick. I anticipated the transmission going out or the clutch burning up. Neither happened. The engine is small but very powerful and starts every time.  I would not recommend this Honda for what I did, but it just shows the power and the quality of transmission and clutch.  Pay the extra price and get the best little tiller out there.

It Was A Nice Try...

Model Reviewed: FG110 Tuesday, May 13, 2014
Sleepy Hollow, IL
Type of use:  Residential
Hand kept hitting the on/off switch...turning tiller off during operation.  Have to take the wheels off to use.  When operating tiller with the wheels off (as manual states to do)...when you stop, the tiller is not stable and has a tendency to fall over.  To move this piece of equipment, you have to go back to where you started to get the wheels...take them back to where the tiller is to re-install them.  We did like the fact the engine was a 4 cycle & that you could see the fuel level in the tank.  We originally were going to purchase a different tiller, but it was going to take 21 days for it to come in.  The representative of this Honda dealer...Ralph Helm, Inc., in Elgin, IL explained the points of the Honda FG110 and we decided to try it.  What made it even better was Mr. Helm told our representative, Dave to make sure and tell us if we were not happy with the Honda FG110 and we brought it back within five days...they would take it back and order a different tiller for us.  Sad to say...we ended up taking the Honda FG110 back and Mr. Helm stood by his word and took the Honda FG110 back and ordered a different tiller for us.  Ralph Helm, Inc. has been our dealer for a number of years.  We specifically purchase from him for his service...his winter service program...etc... versus making a purchase from a big box store. 


Model Reviewed: FG110 Saturday, May 3, 2014
Gresham, OR
Type of use:  Residential

After our hard winter. Lots of rain and snow, the ground was like a rock. This is the year I decided to buy my own tiller. I'm 64 years old and have had a garden every year for the past 44 years.  I did a lot of research on line and decided on the Honda mini tiller. I purchased it at Stark Street Lawn and Garden in Portland, OR. I wanted a 4-Stroke engine for sure. ( I had enough of those horrible 2-stroke ones, the smell, the noise the mixing of the gas.) This little Honda is easy to start, has lots and lots of power, and is lite weight. The engine is right over the tines, so it is well balanced too. I just finished tilling my garden and now it's on to new flower beds ! I just love this machine !

And, if your wondering about this glowing review. No I do not work for Honda. Ha !

 I'm a Maint. Tech. for a large company here in Portland.

good small tiller

Model Reviewed: FG110 Friday, April 25, 2014
oshkosh, WI
Type of use:  Residential
Have had the mini for 3 years and still works good for a small garden Also bought the attachments for edging and hard soil they to work very well.
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