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Corona TP 6850 Dual Compound Action Tree Pruner with Saw, 7' to 14' Fiberglass Pole, 1-1/4" Cut
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- Corona Dual Compound Action Tree Pruner With 1.25 Inch Cut Capacity 14ft High-strength zinc alloy pruning head
- Fully heat-treated, high-carbon, PTFE non-stick coated cutlery steel blade with 1.25 inch diameter in cutting capacity
- Heavy-duty chain drive, compound-action pulley system triples your cutting power
- Ideal compound action pruner for heavy-duty orchard pruning
- 14-foot compound action tree pruner with Teflon coated steel blade
- Comfortable 24-inch foam grip
- Exclusive powerglide rope pull system and curved 13-inch conventional saw
- Limited lifetime warranty
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|Package Height||2 x 8.4 x 96 inches|
|Shipping Weight||6.85 pounds|
Top Customer Reviews
The extra length of the pole is critical. With this pruner I can reach all the tree limbs I used to get from standing at the top of a ladder and then using a pole pruner.
The blade is incredibly sharp. It cuts straight through branches that my power pruners used to wheeze and struggle with. Using this Corona is also faster than any other pruner I've had. I think that's also a result of the sharpness.
The chain pull-mechanism (as opposed to a rope and pulley) works beautifully. I expect that's another component in why this is easier and faster to use. Once in a while, the chain loops around itself and jams, but that's rare, and is probably a result of the way I manipulate the pruner around branches.
I am a VERY heavy and high volume user of pruners. I wear them out, or they fall apart, or their motors burn out. But not this one! There's no sign of wear and tear. I recommend this tool to anyone who is serious about trimming and pruning their own trees.
I found the reach of the pruner to be very good. It's true that once you have it extended out to its maximum length it can get a bit unwieldy. That's to be expected, though, as you're now working with a 14-foot pole. My arms did end up getting a bit tired, but I was able to make it through without much problem. I really appreciated that extra length, as I didn't have to get out the ladder. Adjusting the length is very easy thanks to the twist-lock adjustment. The padded grip is a nice addition. I imagine a non-padded pole would really add to your fatigue level.
The pruner does a good job of slicing through small branches, up to about 1 inches or so. Anything bigger and it would start to cut, but not be able to make it through. I did have the chain drive get twisted on me, but it only happened once. Branches had suddenly become much harder to cut. After a bit of investigation, I was able to see that the chain had twisted, and the rope was now coming out of the side of the chain guide, instead of the back. It was really just a minor annoyance and easily fixed.
I found that the rope handle didn't work very well. The handle has a groove that you slip the rope into, which should grab the rope and keep the handle in place.Read more ›
The overall design is good. I especially like the rope handle that can be easily re-clamped along the rope length. The components seem to be all heavy-duty and should be serviceable for the long haul.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Everything it was advertised to be...the pruner works great and the saw gets the job done. Sturdy and easy to handle (even for a senior citizen like me).Published 19 days ago by Bill Lee
I bought this to trim some low hanging branches along my long driveway through the woods. While the blades are sharp, the saw blade is a bit thin (it flexes a great deal), and the... Read morePublished 24 days ago by Michael
An older model I purchased worked great for several years. Then a problem developed that appeared to be a manufacturing defect. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Upstate Chas
Works great for my around-the-house needs. When fully extended, it bends as I try to cut some very high branches but that seemed expected. Still does the job well.Published 2 months ago by G B
This thing just saved me about five hundred dollars. And that's on only one tree. We have a beautiful sixty year old Japanese red maple in the back yard. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Mary Martin