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Fiskars 27 Inch PowerGear Bypass Lopper (9632)
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- PowerGear mechanism increases leverage to make cutting 3X easier than single pivot loppers
- Awarded the Ease-of-Use Commendation by the Arthritis Foundation
- Sharp, precision-ground blade edge with Corrosion resistant, non-stick blade coating reduces friction to make cutting easier
- FiberComp construction-reinforced fiberglass composite materials provide strength and durability
- Cutting capacity -2-Inch
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|Item Dimensions||27.25 x 9 x 1.25 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||JEN-1803|
|Shipping Weight||1.75 pounds|
PowerGear 9632 large bypass lopper is 27-inches.View larger.
The PowerGear 9632 large bypass lopper is designed to maximize your cutting power when pruning living plants. The 9632 features patented gearing technology that multiplies force in the middle of the cut where resistance is greatest. This makes every cut three times easier than traditional single-pivot tools and has helped many of the PowerGear tools earn the Ease-of-Use Commendation from the Arthritis Foundation. The 9632 large bypass lopper has razor-sharp, precision-ground blades that cut with less resistance than thicker blades. They stay sharp longer, and a rust-resistant, low-friction coating makes every cut even easier. Additionally, ergonomically designed DuraFrame handles fit your hand comfortably and offer excellent durability. The 9632 bypass lopper includes a lifetime warranty.
PowerGear large bypass lopper has a 2-inch cutting capacity. View larger.
Top Customer Reviews
What I tested on: guava tree (tested on this because it's the hardest we have around the house--if the lopper can cut this, then everything else would be a piece of cake)
Branch diameter: various sizes up to about 1.75"
First, before reading on, you can probably research how guava trees compare in hardness to those you might have around your house just so you have a point of reference. For us, it is probably the hardest wood around. For 1" or less in diameter, it really is no exaggeration when I read it "cuts like butter". I could cut the guava branches quite *effortlessly*. (I tried, just to see, and could actually use an index and middle fingers on each hand to cut the said size of branches... although with some effort when approaching the 1" sizes.) For 1" diameter or above, it starts to take a little bit of effort but is definitely still quite incredibly easy.
Cutting other types of trees is like cutting pieces of paper...it just makes me laugh sometimes how incredibly easy it snips off branches compared to the axe I used to use.
About the size. At first I thought 27" seems too long, but after testing, I think it's just perfect. The next size--the 31.5"-- may be a tad too heavy if you're goin to be spending an hour pruning. It would have also given me less options on storage. The smaller sized loppers would have given me less weight but also less reach on the other hand so that might be a little irritating when lopping the higher branches.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These are the best loppers I have ever owned. They take very little pressure to cut with and even dead dried wood cuts easilyPublished 10 months ago by kirk f krebs
Works beautifully. A bit heavy so best to only use when needed for thicker branches. Very smooth cutting action.Published 10 months ago by oaoboc
I purchased these because I just moved into a house where the people before me had the great idea of planting bamboo. For those who don't know (I didn't), it is an awful idea. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Agatha L. C. Oliveira