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Silky 179-39 Telescoping Landscaping Pole Saw HAYAUCHI 390 21-Feet

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  • 3-extension 4-poles/sections telescoping pole saw model that extends to 21 feet
  • Extension range is 8 feet to 21-feet (2,440 to 6,300 mm); maximum working reach is 25 feet
  • 15-2/5-inch (390 mm) blade length; 5.5 teeth per inch (6.5 teeth per 30 mm) teeth configuration
  • 6.9 pounds (3,140 grams) operating weight; 7.35 pounds (3,340 grams) weight with blade cover
  • Product applications include pruning & trimming, arborist & forestry, lawn & garden
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Silky 179-39 Telescoping Landscaping Pole Saw HAYAUCHI 390 21-Feet + Silky Sintung 50 Lopper Head for Hayauchi Pole Saw + Silky Hook Accessory For The Hayauchi Pole Saws
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Product Description

Product Description

Includes HAYAUCHI 21 ft. 3-Extension Pole Saw - 179-39

From the Manufacturer

The Silky 179-39 Telescoping Landscaping Pole Saw HAYAUCHI 390 (21 feet) is a bestselling, professional, aluminum telescoping pole saw - the pole saw of choice by professionals. The aluminum alloy extension poles are oval shaped, providing precise control over the direction of the blade (especially important for high cutting) and giving strength and rigidity to the pole thus reducing bending to the minimum. The base pole has a pole-end shock absorber and comfortable rubberized over grip which ensures good hold and control. The 15-2/5-inch curved blade utilizes proprietary Silky 4-RETSUME (Four Rows of Teeth) Technology. Teeth are set in such a way that there appears to be 4 rows of them. Ideal for toughest pruning jobs! Blade can be adjusted to two different angles for lower or higher cutting and features an upper and lower sickle. The upper sickle is used to cut vines and lower sickle to undercut bark. Lower sickle provides clean cut without damaging tree, while upper sickle prevents blade from slipping off limb. HAYAUCHI is the finest telescoping pole saw available on the market today. Black rigid-plastic blade cover is included. Made in Japan. To allow effective use of HAYAUCHI pole saws, two locking systems are incorporated to assure structural rigidity of the extended poles: 1) locking pins/buttons - the primary pole locking mechanism; and 2) friction clamps - the secondary pole locking mechanism. The two systems are designed to work together. This dual locking system allows 100% of the effort at the handle to be effectively transferred to the blade up to 21 feet away. Spring-loaded locking buttons allow multiple length adjustments and safety friction clamps hold the extensions firmly in place. Safety considerations require that the pole saw user must wear a hard hat and eye protection at all times. Manufacturer Warning: Do not use aluminum telescoping pole saws around electrical power lines or equipment. Electrical shock may result. Incorrect use of the Silky pole saw may cause injury.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 77.5 x 7 x 2.7 inches ; 7.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 10.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • Origin: Japan
  • ASIN: B0014CC4WK
  • Item model number: 179-39
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (131 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #15,099 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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119 of 123 people found the following review helpful By Informed Buyer on November 6, 2005
I spent significant time researching extension pole saws that I could use to prune the many hard and softwood trees on my property without incurring the expense of a professional tree company. I was impressed by the 21' Silky Hayauchi but very skeptical about its ability to cut branches at this distance off the ground. I was also skeptical of my ability at age 66 to physically handle this saw at such an extreme height. I called the Silky Store and spoke to a representative regarding my concerns. They advised that I would not experience any problems as long as I engaged the double locking system on each pole extension and allowed the saw to do the work. They explained that the blade was designed to cut only on the pull stroke and that gravity would provide most of the required cutting force. The effort required on the push stroke would be minimal since no cutting occurs on the up stroke. Based on their advice and the Silky guaranty I purchased the 21' Hayauchi pole saw. I received it in 2 days! I was totally amazed with the incredible performance of this very high quality saw. I easily cut large limbs at least 20' or more off the ground. The guideance received from the Silky Store representative combined with my actual experience with this superior quality tool was very impressive. I intend to purchase additional Silky saws from the Silky Store.
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41 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Greg on September 16, 2006
Got my Hayauchi about 4 weeks ago, and have been using it to limb trees just about daily ever since. The 21-ft extension, coupled with the stability of the oval-shaped poles, allowed me to get far up the tree and with very little of the wobble that I've experienced with other, much shorter, pole saws at full extension. The system for securing the poles when extended is top notch, featuring spring-activated "buttons" that pop up through a hole in the shaft and clamping tabs that also secure the poles in position.

One caveat: the saw blade (great blade by the way) is secured to the pole by a sleeve with two through-bolts. These in turn are secured by wing nuts. Be sure to check the wing nuts for tightness after each day's use (and maybe midway through a heavy session. I've already lost the lower bolt/wingnut twice due to failure to check this.
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32 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Salesman on October 5, 2008
As engineers tend to do, I reviewed the specs of several saws designed for cutting limbs before I purchased the unit.

As evidenced on this site, the ratings were all very high except for cajun-dancer's. When I went to his other reviews, I noticed that almost all of his reviews are very negative regardless of the product or manufacturer. His comment regarding the pole coming apart warrants a comment. The telescoping sections have popup pins to lock sections in place when properly used... key words being "properly used." As is commonly the case, the person who doesn't use the product properly blames his problems on the product. Just imagine him building his own saw by putting a blade on the end of a pole.

Because of the other reviews, I ordered the Silky Telescoping Landscaping Pole Saw HAYAUCHI 390 21-Feet #179-39 to remove tree limbs damaged by high winds associated with Ike. I choose to use Amazon's FREE Super Saver Shipping and received it 2 days later.

The only assembly required is installing the cutting head using the (2) bolts provided.

I used it to cut approx. 75 limbs that were 1/2" to 5" diameter. Having cut many limbs without the device in the past, I was very pleasantly surprised as to how much easier it was to cut the limbs that were 8-20+ above the ground.

I have concluded it is one of the best tools that I have ever purchased.

If you decide to purchase the unit, I suggest:

*Start with cutting small limbs that are lower to learn the best techniques and remind yourself of safety considerations: i.e. not being where the falling limb can strike you..
*Determine the length of pole needed for your highest limb. (A significant number of limbs that I cut could not have been cut with a shorter unit.)
*Not loaning the unit to anyone who has a history of reckless behavior and/or not using tools properly....
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117 of 137 people found the following review helpful By Austin reader on May 8, 2012
First off, I'm a Certified Arborist, ISA. I own two retired Hayauchi saws. I used them, daily. If you are a homeowner in need of a reliable saw that you can baby and take great care of as you use it and store it, this saw may be the one for you. Then again, why would you need to spend such big bucks for a saw you will only use a few times a year? There are pole saws out there for less than half the price and they will do you just fine. For professional use, this saw is a joke, plain and simple. If you look at it wrong, it will bend, making it impossible to fully retract. In no time at all, the webbing on the handle begins to unwind. The end cap disappears, as well, just as the webbing stabilizer band, midway up the lowest section, lets loose. Yeah, great quality, right? The blades are nothing to write home about. They cut OK, but just OK. For about a third of the price, you can order blades, drill holes to match, and use them. I only bought the second saw because I chalked up the poor performance of the first to a fluke. Nope, both are mostly junk. I gave this saw two stars because for the first two weeks, or so, they are fun to use, and do a very good job. Thing is, with regular use, they bend, start falling apart and become a real pain, literally, to use. The sections do not smoothly telescope, after about those first two weeks, if you're a production worker. Pull one totally out---Oh yeah, real fun putting it back together. The "Hang Fox" is a hoot. It is a hook-like piece you screw onto the blade housing. It is made to fit only this model, as I recall. It made me laugh when I received it in the mail after shelling out, I think, about $30, delivered. It's made of chromed plastic over tin. Yeah, I really liked trusting my skin to that piece of garbage--NOT!Read more ›
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