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ARS HP-VS8Z Signature Heavy Duty Pruner
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- Squeeze handles to open
- Superior, long-lasting sharpness from ARS
- Hard chrome plated for optimum protection against rust and sap build up
- Ergonomic handles and offset blades for maximum comfort
- Replaceable blades
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The new standard in professional hand pruners, the HP-VS8Z has everything you want in a heavy duty pruner. The pruner features the world famous sharpness of ARS products, which lasts far longer than competing brands. The blades are hard chrome plated, which supplies the greatest protection against rust and sap available. The blades are offset to maintain natural hand strength and greatly reduce carpal tunnel effects from continued use. Squeeze the handles to open, leaving your other hand free to deal with the job, not the tool. All components are top quality designed for continued professional use, including the spring, which is a full, anchored, wire coil spring that will not pop out or break after heavy use.
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The only thing that is kinda weird is greasing them. I wouldn't recommend taking them apart like you would other ones as it doesn't really go back together as tightly at the big black bolt hinge. I spent quite some time trying to get it to be as tight as it was.
The blades are replaceable. Interestingly you remove the whole thing at the handle as there are screws in the handle that you unscrew to take the whole completely blade off.
The picture shows the blades going together tightly from the hilt(?) to the tip, but mine has a slight in-congruence at the tip. So be careful of that pokey point.
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taking off larger branches with them,they still look flawless.