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Fiskars PowerGear Large Pruner (7936)

by Fiskars

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  • PowerGear design maximizes leverage for increased pruning power
  • Replaceable ultra-hardened steel blade is designed to stay sharp longer
  • 3/4-inch cutting capacity is perfect for pruning green growth
  • Reinforced nylon handles engineered for strength and lightness
  • Lifetime warranty, PowerGear tools awarded ease-of-use commendation from the Arthritis Foundation
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Fiskars PowerGear Large Pruner (7936) + Fiskars 32 Inch PowerGear Bypass Lopper (91546935J) + Fiskars Traditional Bypass Pruning Shears (91095935J)
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 1.8 x 8.2 inches ; 0.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: Imported (Finland)
  • ASIN: B00004SD72
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: 79366939J
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (183 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #5,200 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

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Patented gearing technology makes cutting three times easier!
7936 in use

PowerGear large bypass prunner has a 3/4-inch cutting capacity. .View larger.

The PowerGear 7936 large pruner is designed to maximize your cutting power when pruning living plants.  Fiskars larger pruner features patented gearing technology that multiplies force in the middle of the cut where resistance is greatest. This makes every cut three times easier than traditional single-pivot tools. It has helped many of the PowerGear tools earn the Ease-of-Use Commendation from the Arthritis Foundation. Razor-sharp, precision-ground blades cut with less resistance than thicker blades and stay sharp longer, and a rust-resistant, low-friction coating makes every cut even easier. Additionally, ergonomically designed DuraFrame handles fit your hand comfortably and offer excellent durability. The 7936 larger pruner includes a lifetime warranty.

  • PowerGear tools have earned the Arthritis Foundation Ease-of-Use Commendation for a design that’s easy-to-use for people limited by arthritis
  • Patented PowerGear non-circular gearing technology multiplies leverage to make cutting up to three times easier than single-pivot tools
  • The razor-sharp, precision-ground blade on this pruner cuts with less resistance than thicker blades and stay sharp for lasting value
  • Rust-resistant, low-friction coating helps blades glide through wood and prevents the blades from gumming up with sap and debris
  • Ultra-tough DuraFrame handles are ergonomically curved to fit the shape and natural motion of the hand comfortably
PowerGear pruner

PowerGear 7936 large bypass prunner has a lightweight stronger-than-steel DuraFrame. . View larger.

Product Description

Produced by a leader in the garden tools market, the Fiskars PowerGear bypass pruner is perfect for precise clean cutting of green growth. The pruner features Fiskars's trademarked PowerGear design, which maximizes leverage for more pruning power for your effort. As you clasp the pruner, the outside handle actually rotates with the gears, an ingenious design that minimizes strain and fatigue while providing impressive results. The replaceable ultrahardened steel blade is designed to stay sharp longer than leading blades, and the handles are made of reinforced nylon engineered for strength and lightness. Fiskars PowerGear tools have been awarded the Arthritis Foundation's ease-of-use commendation. Designed with comfort in mind, the tool fits perfectly in the hand. With its 3/4-inch cutting capacity, this is definitely a professional quality pruner, but even weekend gardeners can benefit from its fantastic design. Lifetime warranty.


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Customer Reviews

It is more powerful than my other hand pruner.
Amazon Customer
Nice grip, the rotating handle and gear makes cutting a snap.
Amazon Customer
By far, this is the best pruner that money can buy.
John L. Rudenauer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

105 of 109 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on May 3, 2000
If you have sore or tender hands, or a LOT of pruning to do, this is a great tool. No blisters and a lot less hand cramps with large jobs or long hours. I was surprised it really made that much difference.
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69 of 70 people found the following review helpful By Amy Button VINE VOICE on July 25, 2003
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We just bought our first house, and along with it a few trees, a lot of shrubs, and a couple dozen rosebushes, so I needed something good and easy-to-use. After sampling the options in the local hardware store, I decided these were the most comfortable, easiest to use, and seemingly best mechanism of the bunch. I've only been working with them for a month, but they're performing well so far.
The hold-closed latch is easy and well-placed (though it is easy to pop it unlatched if you stuff the clippers in your back pocket), the grip width is adjustable with a set screw (so small hands don't have to suffer), and the blade spread is admirable for a hand-held pruner (though adjusting the grip width does take a little off the blade spread too). The spring and other critical mechanical components are well shielded, so you won't be gumming them up with debris easily. It cuts through the rose pruning like butter and even gets through thick woody dead stuff with only a little effort. The rotating handle makes a huge difference in the comfort level, especially when cutting the the thick woody stuff.
They say buy the best you can afford, and these certainly seemed like the best option to me, and they weren't even that expensive. Certainly better to buy one pair of good pruners instead of three bad ones.
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46 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Karen L. Vandusen on August 12, 2002
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These pruners are better than any other hand pruners I've ever owned, and I've owned a lot of them. This tool has a smooth action and easily cuts every piece of shrubbery that I've asked it to prune!
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By atmj TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 22, 2002
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Having exhausted yet another pair of pruners (on my 35 roses and assorted bushes) I decided to go for ones with the Friskar's name. In a word "Wow".
Not only do these clippers have the precise cutting surface and accuracy I'm used to for my Friskar's cutting implements in the house, but they have an ingenious grip as well.
Until you have felt the way these handles work, you cannot believe how comfortable clipping can be. Normally, you slide your hand over the handle to close the clippers. However, these clippers slide along with the natural rotation of your hand. This translates to no blisters. If you do alot of clipping this can be a major relief.
I've used these pruners for a year now, in both pruning bushes and roses and they have not twisted or jammed, nor has the lock gummed up.
I love the way the handle feels when clipping and am very pleased with the precise cutting action.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on June 8, 2002
My husband & I do the yardwork at his mother's house. She has close to an acre loaded with huge camelia bushes, trees, etc. It takes a huge toll on the average pruners. After some research, I purchased one pair of these. What a wonderful, strong, sharp pruner! It cuts through branches like they are butter! These are far superior to all the other pruners I have EVER used. So easy to use, plus they are adjustable to the spread of your hand, which is a particularly convenient feature. I like these so much that I purchased another one, so that we both have a pruner to use at the same time...and, believe me, I have never, ever done that before. Our neighbors borrowed ours to cut back big branches, and liked them so much that THEY purchased these pruners, too! I cannot say enough good things about the Fiskars 79366935 PowerGear Pruner. You definitely won't be disappointed. Fiskars has a winner with this item.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By StevieQ on May 12, 2008
I just did a real-life comparison test of Felco #13 and Fiskars PowerGear 7936. The Fiskars won hands down in power, ease of cut, and comfort. The test piece was a 5/8" thick peach tree trunk that had dried up and was very solid and hard. It's harder than even a birch dowel, but the Fiskars sliced through it with ease using just a one hand grip. With the Felco 13, I had to use two hands on the long handles to achieve the same size cut and even then, the cut using one hand with the Fiskars took noticeably less effort. Whenever the Felco made a heavy cut, the handles snapped together very hard, whereas the Fiskars handles didn't snap together as hard. Translation: rubber bumpers are a must on the Felco 13, but not on the Fiskars PowerGear.

The PowerGear pruners come in two sizes #7936(large to average sized hands) and #7937(small to average sized hands). But note that a men's small is equal to a woman's large. So the words "large", "average", "small" are kind of hard to interpret. The 7937 is much harder to find at brick-and-mortar retail stores. I have somewhat small hands for a guy, (but still slightly larger than a woman's LARGE hand size), but the 7936 works just fine for me, although I think the 7937 might fit my hand slightly better.

I own both the Fiskars PowerGear and the Fiskars PowerLever pruners. My first impression when I saw the claim by Fiskars of "3X the cutting power" with the PowerGear was it must be marketing fluff. Not so! I am a convert now. These pruners live up to the marketing hype because they do cut with much less effort than regular pruners. They even cut much easier than the Power-Lever models that until now I always thought were the best pruners. The PowerGear is far better, far more comfortable, and far more powerful.
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