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- Ideal for cutting stems and light branches
- Blade tension can be adjusted to your hand strength and the materials you’re cutting
- Angled cutting head reduces wrist fatigue and makes it easy to prune at awkward angles
- Maximum cutting capacity: 1 inch diameter
- Lifetime warranty
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This pro-style pruner features adjustable blade tension to fit your hand strength and the toughness of the material you’re cutting, plus an angled cutting head that helps reduce wrist fatigue. A fully hardened, precision-ground steel blade stays sharp, a low-friction coating helps the blade resist rust and makes cutting even easier, and a built-in sap groove provides smooth operation.
The Fiskars professional bypass pruning shears are an ideal choice for all kinds of pruning tasks. The pruner features adjustable blade tension that gives the user increased control over desired cutting force and precision. The replaceable stainless steel blade can cut branches up to 1 inch in diameter and features an integrated sap groove to keep the cutting action smooth and stick-free all-season long. The bypass blade provides a cleaner cut for living, green growth, and the ambidextrous handle design allows for comfortable left or right-handed use, making it an ideal choice for personal or professional use.
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For the money these Fiskars 9124 Professional Bypass Pruning Shears are some of the best I own and in my case are quite handy. First is the fact that they are built so that they can be used by both the left and the right hand. Unfortunately I am old. Unfortunately there are some drawbacks to becoming ancient. One of those is that many people develop arthritis of the hands. I am one of those people. This is a real bummer to be quite frank. It is not a major problem yet, but it can be quite painful and most certainly has an impact on the strength of the hands. Repetitive motion is of course good for this condition but it should be done in moderation. I am not one of those individuals who enjoy pain...any pain. Now back to fortunately...I happen to be somewhat ambidextrous so it is really nothing for me to switch from one hand to the other. This design is ideal for someone like me. When one hand gets tired, weak and painful, I simply switch hands and keep going; giving the other hand a rest.
I like the fact that this particular tool has replacement blades available. I also like the fact that these items, like all to most Fiskar products have a lifetime warranty...one that from past experience with other products I know they honor...no questions asked.
This is a smooth operating pruner. There are a couple of things to note though. It does indeed work well on green limbs up to 1 inch in diameter. Dead and hard word is a different matter when you get into the one inch area. This tool is made to cut relatively small limbs. Do not buy it and expect to go out and start your own logging operation. I note that some forks have problems after they have used their pruner for a bit with the blade not making contact correctly...it being out of line. This is almost always caused by cutting and twisting at the same time. This sort of thing will break ANY pruner! It this problem happens, even with the previous abuse mentioned, I have found that simply tightening the bolt will usually fix the problem.
I not that several folks have had problems with the locking mechanism i.e. the pruner stays open. I happen to own two of these things and each had the same problem. I have found that if you just work the mechanism back and forth about ten or twenty times that the problem will simply go away.
The sap grove on this tool makes sticking unlikely and this tool gives a very nice clean and precise cut.
Note that this tool, like all tools, needs to be dried and cleaned after every use and a drop of oil now and then is highly recommended.
The handles are extremely comfortable but since they are made of a plastic material they do not do well if you leave them out in the sun and elements for extended periods of time. (We are talking weeks and months here). Plastic, my nature, will deteriorate over time. It is also noted that if you drop these thing in a brush pile and then burn the brush pile, it will ruin the pruner. Trust me...I know this to be a fact.
Are there better pruners out there? You bet there are, but you will pay far, far more money for them that the cost quoted here. For the money and for what you get for your money, it is difficult to beat these things.
These cutters have excellent hand feel and blades which hold an edge. They get the job done and do it well.
My only issue, which happens to be of my own doing (so it may not be as much about the scissors as it is of my own oafishness) is I left the scissors out for a while and the tension spring between the handles rusted. Now it has an annoying sound to it and a gritty feel when I use it.
It's more of a cosmetic issue than an issue of functionality, really. The blades continue to hold their edges about a year later. I would recommend this product.
I have had these shears for a while now. Recently, I pruned the entire outside of my house that had become covered in wild bushes. My neighbor, who use to be a professional landscaper, actually thought I hired professionals because I did such a good job. This was only possible because of these awesome shears. My friend bought over some that were x10 the size of these and it wasn't able to do the same job. (The price is a little more expensive than your average shear, but you get what you pay for. )
Also, I do like the fact that there is a safety latch on these scissors. As these are super sharp, Fiskars had the good sense to offer a way to lock them shut for when they are not in use. There is a small hinge that you push to lock the shears in place. It makes it safer to store. I love these pruning shears very much. They are powerful pruners!