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Felco F-7 Gardening Hand Pruner with Rotating Handle
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- This unique swivel action requires up to thirty percent less effort than conventional models and offers maximum comfort on continuous pruning
- The swiveling handle may feel strange at first, but you'll quickly come to wonder how you ever lived without it
- Both cutting and anvil blades are not riveted, so they are easy to replace and the narrow, pointed blade design allows for close pruning
- Rotating handle allows fingers to move naturally
- Swivel action requires up to thirty percent less effort than conventional models
- Offers maximum comfort on continuous pruning
- This is the top-of-line for Felco pruners
- Limited lifetime warranty
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The Felco F-7 Gardening Hand Pruner with Rotating Handle has a comfortable, light, sturdy handle made of forged aluminum with a limited lifetime guarantee. The blade is made of high-quality hardened steel, which allows clean, precise cuts. The sap groove prevents the blade sticking when cutting "sappy" wood. It saves time and makes pruning easier by removing sap and debris after each cut. The Felco Classic Pruner is easily adjustable. Hand and wrist protection and optimization of the force exerted are provided by the angled head, the ideal shape of the handles, and the cushion-shock absorber / non-slip coating. The revolving handle spreads muscular effort across all fingers and reduces the overall cutting effort by 30%.
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A superbly designed ergonomic bypass Felco pruner for the professional. The Felco 7 has a rotating handle that revolves on its axis, allowing the fingers to move naturally, reducing the blisters and hand fatigue that so often accompany prolonged pruning work. This unique swivel action requires up to thirty percent less effort than conventional models and offers maximum comfort on continuous pruning. The swiveling handle may feel strange at first, but you'll quickly come to wonder how you ever lived without it. This is the top-of-line for Felco pruners. Both cutting and anvil blades are not riveted, so they are easy to replace and the narrow, pointed blade design allows for close pruning. Includes adjustment key. Packaged in attractive plastic package suitable for storage, with instructions for care and maintenance tips. Length 8 1/4 inches, 10.2 ounces. Recommended cutting capacity is 1.0 inches.
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My main reason for choosing these pruners was comfort. And I have not regretted my choice. Most other pruners cause me pain in my wrists that can last quite some time, but the rotating handle really helps to absorb the impact that otherwise you would be absorbing.
I highly recommend disinfecting them in between in each tree so as to avoid spreading potential pathogens or disease (Mr. Burford also mentioned this). I have chemical sensitivities so I use grain alcohol diluted with water (approximately 50/50, or roughly 45-50% alcohol) and that has been shown to kill virtually all bacteria, viruses and molds. (I carry a bunch of paper towels, a trash bag and a small plastic spray bottle with the alcohol solution when I'm out pruning.) But regardless of what you use, disinfecting before you move on to the next tree is really a prudent precaution as you have already invested time and money in each tree and disease-causing organisms can be spread so easily as it is without having to be caused by negligence. Pruning is like surgery for a tree, so it is a shame that this step is often overlooked.
The blades have held sharp through the years, I have not had any need to resharpen them yet. We have several fruit trees that get pruned more than twice a year, and they have grown quite a bit in the past 5 years so I've used them quite a bit and I am still completely delighted with these pruners! Thank you for taking the time to read this review and if you have found it at all helpful, please let me know by voting below.