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Jiffy® 4500 Series Pro 4 Propane-Powered Ice Drill - 10

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10"

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Jiffy® 4500 Series Pro 4 Propane-Powered Ice Drill - 8

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8"

  • $509.99

  • SKU: 1728160

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  • Jiffy Propane-Powered, 4-stroke, 49cc engine
  • Clean – No smoke, No gas smell on your hands
  • E-Z start – No priming, No flooding
  • Low maintenance – No mixing of fuel
  • Mitten grip handle
  • High Torque Transmission with heavy-duty clutch and optimum gear ratio
  • Stealth STX Cutting Technology
  • Jiffy 1-2-3 Year Limited Warranty (1 yr. motor, 2 yr. transmission, 3 yr. STX blades)
  • E-Z snap cover
  • Ideal for drilling and re-drilling of ice holes

An industry first! The Jiffy 4500 Series Pro 4 Propane-Powered Ice Drill is the first of its kind. This world class wonder sports a 49cc, 4-stroke, propane-powered engine that's clean and quiet. The Jiffy 4500 Series Pro 4 Propane Ice Drill starts easily, with no priming and no flooding, Because there's no smoke, you can operate the Pro 4 indoors! The Jiffy 4500 Series Pro 4 Propane-Powered Ice Drill features a high-torque transmission and Stealth STX cutting technology. A serrated ripper blade and power point blades last 2-3 times longer than conventional blades. Other features include an E-Z snap cover and an 8'' Stealth STX drill assembly. Jiffy 1-2-3 Year Warranty (1 yr. motor, 2 yr. transmission, 3 yr. STX blades). Made in USA.

Manufacturer model #: 40-PRO 4

Jiffy® 4500 Series Pro 4 Propane-Powered Ice Drill 3.3 5 3 3
Propane auger I used this auger this season and thought it operated great. Mine would start on either the 1st or the 2nd pull. The guy in Colorado must have a defective one, because I live in Wyoming and it operated well at all altitudes. We drilled close to 200 holes on one propane cylinder. No smell and no mixing of gasoline. I really like this auger. March 9, 2012
Terrible I purchased this drill thinking no liquids to mix and spill would be great! Unfortunately starting this drill is a chore. I fish in Colorado at high altitudes and by the time it started I was soaking wet from sweat. I called the factory and he told me to keep my propane bottles warm! I am ICE fishing! I have been out 4 weekends now and have struggled to start it EVERY time. When you finally do get it started it works as advertised.Buy gas. February 20, 2012
Best auger on the market I have ice fished in Michigan for a number of years and decided last season to buy an auger. I have a Durango so any equipment I own has to be inside with me. The propane auger was the way to go. I have the 10" version and it is incredible. It cuts like butter and is easy to use. My 9 year old son can start it. I used a half of a can of propane last season and cut over 200 holes. The ice was over 18" in most spots. It is a little heavy but not bad when dragging it in my jet sled. November 13, 2011
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I live in Wyoming and we drill close to 200 holes with one propane cylinder.
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A cylinder of propane will last for over 200 holes in 18" of ice. This is what I experienced. It will also cut a hole in half the time of other augers. Not to mention it is extremely quiet. You will not be disappointed in this auger.
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One tank of propane equals 3/4 of a tank of gas but only when the propane cylinder is warm when cold it is less. I don't know about the power but I do know that Jiffy has made quality products for years. So I would guess that the 4 stroke engine probably puts the power needed and does it quietly too.
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I spoke with the owner of the bait shop that I go to. He stated that a cylinder would be equal to about 3/4 of a tank of gas on a standard Jiffy auger.
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