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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.
Adjustable cutting head makes it easy to prune at virtually any angle.. View larger.
Prune low without back strain from bending or sore knees from kneeling. . View larger.
Rope-free design maximizes power and control. View larger.
Quick-release thumb lock provides easy adjustment of the cutting head angle. . View larger.
|Length: 2:14 Mins|
I've broken 2 in a couple of weeks. OK for small branches, but don't get anywhere near the maximum size. It can't handle any amount of abuse.Published 1 month ago by M. Kozanecki
I love it. I also bough the more expensive ASK. The difference for me is I can use this for topping my trees. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kelly London
For the basic home owner the Fiskars Pruning Stik works well. Any branches an inch and under it does the job.Published 1 month ago by Tom
Very pleased with this product. The swivel head feature is particularly useful.Published 2 months ago by STANLEY H BEECH
Love it!! Super lightweight; ratcheted cutting with ease; adjustable angle--what more could you want? I was able to reach all but a few of the branches I needed to cut. Read morePublished 2 months ago by stacy wallace