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Fiskars 92346935K 62-Inch Pruning Stik
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- Now you can provide meticulous care to your high-growth-trees, trellises and vines from the safety of the ground
- Also works great for low growth, even in cramped quarters
- There are two easy ways to make pruning cuts via the Power-Stroke cutting action
- An ideal trimming tool for high tree branches without a ladder
- Unique sliding-grip cutting action
- Cutting head rotates 270-degrees for best pruning angle
- Cuts branches up to 1-1/4-inches in diameter
- Lifetime warranty
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Our innovative Pruning Stik Tree Pruner makes it easy to cut high or low with a level of control traditional pruners with exterior ropes can’t match. You can cut high branches without the hassles and dangers of using a ladder, make low cuts without sore knees from kneeling or back strain from bending and easily reach into dense, prickly shrubs or tight spots. The rope-free design means you can use both hands to maximize your power and accuracy, and an easy-to-grip sliding handle makes the pruning action smooth and simple. An actuating ball at the end of the shaft lets you reach even farther and still prune with precision, and the cutting head rotates up to 230 to let you prune at tough angles. With our Pruning Stik Tree Pruner, there’s no cut that’s out of reach.
Fiskar's innovative 9234 62-inch Pruning Stik Tree Pruner makes it easy to cut high or low with a level of control traditional pruners with exterior ropes can’t match. You can cut high branches without the hassles and dangers of using a ladder, make low cuts without sore knees from kneeling or back strain from bending and easily reach into dense, prickly shrubs or tight spots. The rope-free design means you can use both hands to maximize your power and accuracy, and an easy-to-grip sliding handle makes the pruning action smooth and simple. An actuating ball at the end of the shaft lets you reach even farther and still prune with precision, and the cutting head rotates up to 230-degrees to let you prune at tough angles. The Fiskars’ 9234 Pruning Stik includes a lifetime warranty.
Adjustable cutting head makes it easy to prune at virtually any angle.. View larger.
Prune low without back strain from bending or sore knees from kneeling. . View larger.
Rope-free design maximizes power and control. View larger.
Quick-release thumb lock provides easy adjustment of the cutting head angle. . View larger.
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They are a back saver when cutting out shrubby brush, and if you don't expect them to do miracles, keep the blades sharp, and oil the jaws, they give an easy clean cut. I can clear out blackberry canes without getting thorns all in me, reach into a thick clump of privet and cut, precisely cut fruit tree braches. I love the positionable head, and the reach is all I need to do pruning work.
Don't expect these to easily cut through 3/4 inch oak, hickory, beech or locust .... it will take some pull strength. This is not a heavy duty tool, but gives good service for medium duty.Also, you will get best results if you read the instructions that come with these.
Where it shines for me is in fighting our South Texas brush, which is universally covered with thorns, like the notorious catclaw, which will draw blood in a heartbeat. Thorny plants grow everywhere here, and they always sprout dozens of branches right at ground level in every direction. With a conventional lopper you still have to get to the bole. You must cut your way in or your force your way in and either way is very not fun. These Fiskar loppers sneak right in there (see photo) and cut quickly and efficiently, with no rope to get tangled in the stickers.
I've only had it a few weeks, so I can't speak to its longevity, but it's well made and sturdy and if the operator is reasonable and doesn't abuse it, I expect it'll last a long time. For those who are curious, the orange handle slides toward the end, pulling a strong nylon strap inside the shaft, closing the blades of the lopper. These blades are actuated at the business end by a bicycle-type chain, which is plenty stout. It's a brilliant design, since the angle of the head can be changed to nearly a right angle if you are standing close to what you are cutting. I wish I'd had one of these twenty years ago. I think it's a super tool.