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Corona TP 6870 Dual Compound Action Tree Pruner, 13" Razer Saw, 7' to 14' Fiberglass Pole, 1-1/4" Cut"
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- Ideal pruner for heavy-duty orchard pruning
- 14-foot compound action tree pruner with steel blade
- Comfortable 24-inch foam grip
- Exclusive powerglide rope pull system and curved 13-inch razor tooth saw blade
- Limited lifetime warranty
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Quality you depend on. ..Season After Season
An authentic American brand, Corona tools were born in the orange groves of California in the 1920s. Since then, generations of agriculturists, gardeners, landscape and irrigation, arborists and construction professionals have turned to Corona for high-quality, performance tools that work as hard as they do. With decades of tool design and innovation, Corona tools are the preferred choice for the skilled professional to the budding novice.
From our single orange clipper, Corona offers over 400 hand tools including for hand pruners, snips and shears,bypass loppers, saws, wheelbarrows, rakes, shovles and much more. We also offer an extensive line of original replacement parts to keep you and your tools working, season after season.
- Ideal pruner for heavy-duty orchard pruning
- High-strength zinc alloy pruning head
- Fully heat-treated, high-carbon, PTFE non-stick coated cutlery steel blade with 1 1/4" diameter cutting capacity
- Heavy-duty chain drive, compound-action pulley system triples your cutting power
- Exclusive Powerglide rope pull system
- Curved 13" Razor Tooth Saw
- 3-Sided razor saw teeth cut twice as fast as conventional blades
- Lightweight fiberglass pole telescopes from 7' to 14' with twist lock adjustment
- Comfortable 28" foam grip
Top Customer Reviews
I waited to use this item, as many folks tend to write reviews after only a couple uses of a product. When I read a review, I always look for the part where they say how long they have owned and used the product. Most things are pretty good at the start of ownership, but time always has a way of revealing shortcomings. I'm not a rich fellow and needed something that would last. I also considered the number of reviews of the product, as less than ten reviews gives one little insight into quality and longevity.
I wanted the most reach I could get and at 6'2" tall (or at 4'5" tall for that matter), the longer reach you get out of a product like this, the more work you can do and avoid having to get out the ladder and risk falling off the darned thing while you're trying to cut a branch. Corona's marketing team could have done a LOT better job marketing their products, by providing more photos. I also went to their website, hoping to get more views of their products, but came up rather disappointed in that area. I added my own photos for you in the listing page here.
This tree pruner was ordered from Amazon. I price-shopped everywhere I could and found it to be the best price.Read more ›
What I really like about this model is that the base of saw blade is attached with a through-bolt; on some of the other Corona models it is attached with a screw threaded into a tapped hole in the alloy pruner head. This stripped out on me after many years of use, and though I was able to re-tap it with a larger screw, the through-bolt design is more durable.
I also really like the double pulley design which gives more mechanical advantage than on my older model, and the quality of the head and saw in general. I have experienced some of the slippage problem with the telescoping poles, but not at full extension.
I have also experienced some jamming of the bicycle chain if the rope gets on the wrong side of the pulley. This is easy to do when threading the saw head through branches to reach a specific spot. I would be just as happy to have all rope, and may replace this if it becomes annoying.
Oh yeah, it's really long, even when 'collapsed'; 8 feet 9 inches with saw blade attached, so make sure that you have a spot tall enough or long enough to store it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Does a good job on most limbs. The head is not able to get into really tight limbs that are close to the trunk but the saw blade can.Published 5 days ago by skip
Perfect Father's Day gift for my husband... He loves it... now I just have to keep an eye on him because he can get cutting happy! LOL!! Highly recommend. We live in a forest.Published 20 days ago by Mary
This is going to be short and sweet. I bought this today and have used it all day. I have read some of the negative reviews and the bottom line is this..... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Randy Wright
It's heavy and when fully extended, it wobbles and hard to use. The blade is too flimsy, don't use it like you would a saw.Published 2 months ago by JGarciaMD
Sturdy and sharp. Cut a lot of trees in tangled areas and it held up finePublished 2 months ago by Jeffrey J.
Just tossed it in the trash. Poor quality all around. Buy a better one and save in the long run.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Often, the Corona name represents the best. However, this pruner is overbuilt, and was never used by a user. It's way too heavy. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Arden Rynew
I love this trimmer. Unfortunately, the first one that was delivered failed during the first couple of pulls. The rivet that holds the chain to the head broke. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mark Roberts
This is my first time purchasing and/or using a saw like this, so I don't have anything to compare it to. Read morePublished 5 months ago by beccanet