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Fiskars 14 Foot Power-Lever Tree Pruner (9301)

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  • Fiskars Power-Lever dual-action tree pruner with 1-1/8-inch pruner capacity, 15-inch saw blade, and 14-foot maximum reach
  • Power-Lever technology magnifies cutting power
  • Includes 15-inch hardened steel Woodzig pruning saw blade with corrosion-resistant, non-stick blade coating; utilizes no. 9333 replacement saw blade
  • Sturdy fiberglass pole with Quick Release extendable pole lock
  • Backed by lifetime warranty
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.5 x 7.5 x 87.5 inches ; 5.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000XSF3YM
  • Item model number: 93016059J
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (255 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #801 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Put away that ladder. Fiskars 9301 Power-Lever 14-Foot Tree Pruner gives you exceptional reach and pruning power with two feet planted securely on the ground. The extendable pole with reach up to 14 feet means you can maintain that perfect height and graceful globe shape of your flowering crab apple tree without balancing precariously on a ladder. The Power-Lever technology multiplies your strength, making it easy to slice through branches up to 1-1/8-inches in diameter with just a tug of the rope. Or you can saw through larger tree limbs using the 15-inch Woodzig saw blade included. Either way, you'll find that pruning your pride and joy is no longer such a tall order. Limited lifetime warranty.

Product Description

Power-Lever technology increases cutting power and the sturdy fiberglass pole extends to 14' to reach tall branches and includes Quick Release extendable pole lock. Fully hardened steel pruning blade holds sharp edge longer. Corrosion-resistant, non-stick blade coating reduces friction to make cutting easier. Includes 15" Woodzig® saw blade for larger branches. 1-1/8" cutting capacity.


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Customer Reviews

The saw blade is sharp and cuts quickly and easily.
Noname
My wife was planning to climb an 8 ft ladder and use shears to trim a tree which was blocking our view of a beautiful countryside.
PAgeezer
The pole extends to 14 ft, which is as long an extension as I can handle.
truckerdan

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

226 of 231 people found the following review helpful By James Phares on September 25, 2009
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I went looking for a pole saw because branches were rubbing on my roof and hitting my gutters. I found a few at a local hardware store, which the salesperson described as hard to use, then he tried to steer me toward buying either an electric or gas-powered pole-mounted chainsaw. I don't trim trees often, so I wanted to avoid the expense of and maintenance on a chainsaw. However, the manual pole saws they carried were all a brand I had never heard of, heavier than I wanted, and priced comparably with this Fiskars, so I decided to buy it from Amazon. I was pleased that this saw was significantly lighter, and that the replaceable Woodzig blade is an aggressive cutter -- it doesn't require a lot of weight on the blade, although I found a rapid jab-tug worked best to keep branches from swaying back and forth. I also debated buying the model that's just a saw, but having the pruner for smaller branches (which aren't stiff enough to saw efficiently) is well worth the extra money and weight. I haven't used this tool long enough to speak definitively about how the extension lock holds up over time, but I found it easy to use and it did not slip. This tool was much easier to use than expected, and I have no doubts that the decision to order this model rather than what the local store stocked was a good one.

I also want to make an observation based on other pole saw reviews I've read. I've read complaints about blades binding and how dangerous falling branches are, leading me to suspect that people were sawing on branches directly above them. That's not how you should use a pole saw; you should extend it so that you're standing off to the side and cut on the top of branches rather than their side. This technique results in the weight of the branch opening your cut rather than pinching the blade, and when the branch falls you aren't underneath it.
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166 of 170 people found the following review helpful By Keith G. on August 30, 2010
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After reading the reviews I thought I would buy this tool because it was longer than the one in my local hardware store and since there were only 3 reviews out of 21 that did not give it a good rating I assumed those individuals were not using the tool correctly.

My pruner came today and the first thing I did was check the pole extension and durability. Sure enough the extension part of the pole was easily moved even when the lever was in the "lock" position. Since this was the reason for one of the bad reviews I inspected the mechanism to see if anything could be done. With a simple adjustment to the bolt secured by the nylon locking nut I was able to adjust the lock to the point where I could no longer move the extension when it was in the "lock" position (about 1 full rotation of the bolt on the locking nut).

Next was the saw blade. There were no instructions on how to tighten the blade so I put the pin in the first hole and secured the blade. It was very difficult to saw with the blade attached this way. Again after inspection the blade could be tightened on a second hole which made the blade straighter on the pole. After this adjustment I was easily able to cut through a 3-4 inch tree branch with not much effort.

The pruner blade easily was able to cut a branch that filled the entire opening of the metal hook that holds the branch. The rope did stretch a little but not much more than would be expected for a nylon rope.

Bottom line is this tool will do exactly what is expected of it with a few minor adjustments. It is well worth the money and performs its job very well.
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93 of 102 people found the following review helpful By Avidreader on May 30, 2009
I first bought the more expensive "3X power" 15ft trimmer which has a much more engineered look. The shear cutter required tremendous effort to cut a one inch branch. I returned it and bought this model figuring that I'd at least save money even if it cut the same...! It cost 35% less and cuts 100% better than their more expensive model. Better send that mechanical design engineer back to school.
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Harry Stuhldreher on June 12, 2012
I bought this from Home Depot. At first I was skeptical and didn't really think it would work. I had myself all prepared to try it, put it back in the box, and take it back.

Much to my surprise, the product did exactly what it claimed. Pruning back branches with this gizmo is a cinch; it takes very little effort. The saw blade is also amazing. I was able to cut 4-inch diameter branches at the base with ease.

Some people have mentioned the black handle falls off easily. Yes, this true...but so what? You don't even need the handle. Just wrap the rope around your hand and pull. This is a lot easier because you don't have to keep wasting time adjusting the handle. Only caution is to wear gloves because that rope rubbing against your hands can lead to blisters.

One other caution: don't go crazy with this tool. I spent a good hour pruning a big cedar tree and I could barely move my neck the next day. Take lots of breaks and spread the work over time. Your neck will be grateful.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By C. Burdick on June 10, 2011
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I purchased this pole saw to trim two trees around our house. A very tall cypress had branches that were overhanging our roof and preventing a smaller Japanese maple from growing and a pine tree that had branches growin too close to our roof. While shopping, I was torn between this saw and a pole mounted electric chainsaw. However, I decided that the amount that I would use the tool is not enough to justify the extra money for the electric saw.

After using the saw for about 2 hours (in 100 degree Dallas weather, not the best idea) I can say that it works as advertised provided that one uses it correctly.

First, the pruners work better than I thought they would. They cut smaller branches easily and can cut through anything that fits inside of the cutting hook. If it won't fit inside the hook, then it needs to be cut with the saw.

The saw works well, though it is tedious to use. It's slow going but it gets the job done. The key to using it is to put pressure on the blade only on the "pull" stroke as the blade doesn't cut on the "push" stroke. Also, make long strokes that use the entire blade. Changing angles during the cut seems to make it go faster as well. Have patience, it gets somewhat monotonous. A branch with a 4" diameter took about 8 minutes to cut through.

A word about safety: first, don't stand under a branch that you are cutting (common sense right?). Second, use the pruners to trim down large branches so that when you saw through the branch near the trunk, there's less mass falling down. Third, when using the saw to take down a branch, make two cuts, the first about a foot away from the trunk. This allows the branch to fall without tearing bark off the tree trunk. Make the second cut close to the trunk for a clean look.

If I had more pruning to do I'd probably invest in a light chainsaw, but for some basic work here and there, this saw gets the job done.
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