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Fiskars 92346935K 62-Inch Pruning Stik

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  • An ideal trimming tool for high tree branches without a ladder
  • Unique sliding-grip cutting action
  • Cutting head rotates 270-degrees for best pruning angle
  • Cuts branches up to 1-1/4-inches in diameter
  • Lifetime warranty
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Fiskars 92346935K 62-Inch Pruning Stik + Fiskars 32-Inch PowerGear Bypass Lopper + Fiskars 9124 Professional Bypass Pruning Shears
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Product Description

Product Description

Our innovative Pruning Stik Tree Pruner makes it easy to cut high or low with a level of control traditional pruners with exterior ropes can’t match. You can cut high branches without the hassles and dangers of using a ladder, make low cuts without sore knees from kneeling or back strain from bending and easily reach into dense, prickly shrubs or tight spots. The rope-free design means you can use both hands to maximize your power and accuracy, and an easy-to-grip sliding handle makes the pruning action smooth and simple. An actuating ball at the end of the shaft lets you reach even farther and still prune with precision, and the cutting head rotates up to 230 to let you prune at tough angles. With our Pruning Stik Tree Pruner, there’s no cut that’s out of reach.

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Versatile rope-free pruner makes it easy to reach high branches without a ladder or make low cuts without kneeling or bending.
Hi Reach pruning Stic

Prune high branches quickly and easily without climbing a ladder.

Fiskar's innovative 9234 62-inch Pruning Stik Tree Pruner makes it easy to cut high or low with a level of control traditional pruners with exterior ropes can’t match. You can cut high branches without the hassles and dangers of using a ladder, make low cuts without sore knees from kneeling or back strain from bending and easily reach into dense, prickly shrubs or tight spots. The rope-free design means you can use both hands to maximize your power and accuracy, and an easy-to-grip sliding handle makes the pruning action smooth and simple. An actuating ball at the end of the shaft lets you reach even farther and still prune with precision, and the cutting head rotates up to 230-degrees to let you prune at tough angles. The Fiskars’ 9234 Pruning Stik includes a lifetime warranty.

  • Ideal for pruning high branches without climbing a ladder, making low cuts without bending or kneeling or reaching into dense or prickly shrubs
  • Rope-free design gives you two-handed control and eliminates snags and tangles
  • Power-Stroke chain-drive gearing provides maximum cutting power
  • Actuating ball at the end of the pole lets you extends your reach even farther
  • Fully hardened steel pruning blade with a 1-Inch cutting capacity features a non-stick coating to resist rust and make cutting easier
Big Grip Tools

Adjustable cutting head makes it easy to prune at virtually any angle.. View larger.

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Low reach

Prune low without back strain from bending or sore knees from kneeling. . View larger.

Pruning stick

Rope-free design maximizes power and control. View larger.

Ball Mechanism
Thumb Lock

Quick-release thumb lock provides easy adjustment of the cutting head angle. . View larger.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 3.5 x 62 inches ; 1.9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B00004SD6U
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: 92346935K
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (191 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,992 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here


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Customer Reviews

Both are very light & easy to use.
B. Hunter
The head rotates so you can angle the cutter to reach pretty much any branch you need it to.
AmazonAddict
It's been great for low branches on young trees.
K. Hughes

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

70 of 71 people found the following review helpful By kestrel22 VINE VOICE on May 2, 2000
This pruning stick is the best thing to come along in a long time. I had been trying to figure out how to prune our big Rhododendron bush without ruining its shape, but no matter how I tried, I just couldn't get at the top. This stick allows selective pruning while on a ladder or from the ground. It is lightweight and comfortable to handle. Definitely well worth the price.
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74 of 77 people found the following review helpful By Robert Kaled on May 4, 2000
I can't say enough good things about this tool. I've been through traditional "pole pruners", but this is the next generation. It's strong and sturdy. This pruner uses kind of an internal chain (like a bike chain) rather than a rope, as is used on a traditional pruner. You won't fight a streching cord while cutting, you'll have the strength and stability of the chain. It also has two handles for cutting. The obvious pole handle, but also a knob at the end of the stick that pulls out of the handle and allows cutting. It provides added reach. If you need a pole pruner, this is the best I've seen...any other pruner is just a waste compared to this one.
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72 of 75 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 16, 2000
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At 5'3", I've always had trouble pruning trees and bushes that were just out of my reach. Standing on a step-stool in the garden not only was inconvenient, but not very safe, either. Now that I am 55, my hands are beginning to show the effects of arthritis, too.
I read about this pruning device in one of my gardening magazines and decided it was worth a try. WOW! What a pruner!
Not only does it allow me to prune branches up to 1-1/4" in diameter that are out of my reach, the mechanism doesn't hurt my hands, either. What a smooth and effortless cut!
I would recommend this lifesaver to anyone who is seeking a better solution to what seems like a full-time garden job.
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Length: 2:14 Mins
I use this pruning stik in my landscaping business to keep us all safe and off of ladders whenever possible. It's lightweight enough you can prune for some time over your head, unlike any other pruning stick I have ever tried.
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38 of 41 people found the following review helpful By Courtland J. Carpenter VINE VOICE on July 14, 2003
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I had a cable driven long pruner, and besides the fact that it ... near broke my hand to clip a large branch with it, the thing was fragile. I used to live on nearly and acre of property with a row of pines along the back. They would get all brown near the bottom so I would try and prune them up to about the point where they could get enough sun to stay green. To do that you need a pruner with a little reach to it?
I saw this model on TV and hunted it down, finding it first on Amazon. I could barely believe the price quoted on the TV show, (it wasn't a commercial, it was a how-to show) they said the stick only cost about [$$$]. Its not quite that cheap, but the quality here is excellent. It uses a chain, not unlike a bike chain, to drive the extended cutter. It uses a slider, leverage system to pull the chain to make the cuts. The cutting blades themselves are very sharp and can be adjusted to any angle. This becomes an important concern when you have about a dozen pine trees to trip.
The stick will also do fine when you don't need the extended length. Remember those hedge trimmers that looked like a huge pair of scissors? I used to hurt my wrists every year, trying to get enough momentum to trim the bushes in front of the house I was renting. If you tried to cut too, slow it would get stuck, too fast, and the handles would stop abruptly hurting my wrists! This cutter, although smaller than a hedge trimmer, cut so quick and easily that it made trimming the bushes a pleasure. I could even get lazy, and sit down in a chair, and do them from a distance. Try that with your electric model! The bushes never shaped up so well before.
The blades will cut close to a one-inch branch, and I haven't had to sharpen it yet.
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Bertram R. Schoell on June 20, 2010
Now I notice most rate the Fiskars Pruning Stik higher than I do and for the most part don't disagree with what most have to say, good design, lightweight, looks nice, and the power stroke is smooth and well geared. But being a professional gardener I tend to work my tools harder and the two that I bought broke within a day, admitadly under heavy load, now some might say that's like the old joke, patient sais "Doctor Doctor it hurts when I do this" Doc answers "Then don't do that". But the problem is if the tool claims to cut 1.25" greenwood then it should. I noticed the tool also struggles a bit with smaller stuff, sometimes branches will double up and jam, and also the blade lacking rigidity if it snaps through something will sometimes hop the anvil like crossed fingers and jam, it does do very well in the middle ranges. My recomendation, read other reviewes that might be more pertinent to you, because from where I stand as a big box/homeowner quality tool I could give it four stars but as pro/avid gardener tool only two, hence the three stars.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 31, 2001
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I unfortunately have tendonitis in my elbows at the moment from doing too much pruning this spring with my regular 24-inch lopper (I'm only 42, for crying out loud). That tool will now see only limited use.
The Pruning Stick's action is smooth and it makes a very clean cut. The rotating head is great because instead of reaching out from a distance and fighting gravity for the correct angle, I can hold the shaft more vertically and just rotate the jaws. Using either the handle on the shaft or the ball at the end are both more natural movements than a regular lopper.
It's not a problem, but the head rotation axis is not what I had expected from the picture. If the tool was lying on the ground, it would be ready to cut a stick that was also lying on the ground, no matter how the jaws are rotated.
The only negative thing I would say is that there are serrations in the head that make it difficult to adjust the angle. There's a quick release lever to loosen the head up, but it doesn't move until you pry the two halves apart from each other. I suppose that without the serrations, it would need too much clamping pressure and crack the plastic. I'll probably have to group the cuts for a certain jaw orientation and rotate the head only every once in a while.
Great product.
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