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The first time you try Fiskars PowerGear Lopper, you’ll be amazed — but it’s not magic, it’s gears. Fiskars patented gear technology multiplies your leverage to give you up to three times more power on every cut. This means you can power through thick branches that you wouldn’t be able to cut with traditional loppers. It also means that Fiskars lopper can be smaller and lighter than other loppers, reducing strain on your hands, wrists and muscles when you’re reaching to cut a branch or have a lot of branches to cut. Like many of the PowerGear tools, these lopper have won the Ease-of-Use Commendation from the Arthritis Foundation. But it’s not just for people with arthritis — it’s for anyone who appreciates tools that make work easier.
PowerGear large bypass lopper has a 1-1/2-inch cutting capacity. View larger.
The 9625 PowerGear lopper is designed to maximize your cutting power when pruning living plants. The PowerGear lopper 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 and has helped to 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 Fiskars 9625 bypass lopper includes a lifetime warranty.
PowerGear 9625 bypass lopper is 18-icnhes. View larger.
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It's a Fiske good quality and less expensive here than in one of the big box storesPublished 1 day ago by Howard W. Andreasen
I have been using these for 6 months now and they are astoundingly good. Just been cutting through some very thick tree branches and they have managed to get through. Read morePublished 1 day ago by A L Buxton
I needed to cut this bush/tree thing with thorns that had popped up out of no where and grew crazy fast in the crack between my foundation and the patio. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Meghan
Like everyone else, I was stunned at how light these are and how well they work compared to the heavy old-fashioned loppers I've been using forever. Read morePublished 19 days ago by ASOK
It magnifies your strength when trying to cut something oversizedPublished 19 days ago by Alfred T. Marsh