Using the right tool for the job is a sure-fire shortcut to a Betterday.
Get quicker, easier cuts by knowing when to use what.
Use a lopper when the shrub or tree branch you’re removing is between 3/4" and 1-1/4” thick. Bypass action is ideal for new growth or green wood. Anvil action is best for dry, dead or hard-to-cut wood.
For limbs and branches over 1-1/4” thick, switch to a saw. Curved saws are great for hard-to-reach interior limbs and roots. Use a bow saw for the thickest branches. Whatever you’ve got, we can help you get through it.
Lose the ladder. Plant your feet on the ground and use a telescoping, two-in-one pruner-saw combination to shape up a tree or get at those branches overhanging your roof.
Telescoping Bypass Lopper
UPC 0 43063 72432 2
Leverage, reach and a smooth, easy cut—this tool’s got it all. Telescoping handles save you a trip to fetch the step stool and are great for getting up and in at awkward angles. Hardened and tempered blade stays sharp over repeated use.
For new or green growth
1-1/4″ cutting capacity
Telescopes up to 38" long
Hardened and tempered, precision-ground steel blade for durability and a long-lasting edge
Nonstick blade coating for quick, smooth cuts
Sap groove to prevent sticky buildup
Shock-absorbing bumpers keep handles from clacking together as you complete the cut, preventing hand and wrist fatigue
Extra strong oval steel handles with comfort grip
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Telescoping Anvil Lopper
For dry or hard branches Telescopes up to 37" long
You could be trimming a tree in your backyard one day and cutting up kindling for your campfire the next. As sharp as it is convenient, this handy saw folds and locks for safe travels in your backpack.
10" steel folding blade
Triple edge saw-tooth design cuts on the push and pull stroke to make quick, easy work of it
Durable handle covers blade when folded
Locks in place when open or closed to protect you and the blade
Extend your reach with a telescoping tree pruner that’s built to last. With this two-in-one tool, you can hook small branches up to 1-1/4″ thick and use the pulley system to lop them off quickly and cleanly. Use the saw blade for larger branches.
1-1/4″ cutting capacity for pruning small branches
16″ curved saw blade for trimming larger branches
Curved saw blade with nonstick coating for quick, smooth cuts
Durable, heavy duty solid steel head with hardened and tempered steel lopper blade
Gear-driven action and dual pulley system triples cutting power
13' 6" solid braid polyester cord
Fiberglass pole telescopes from 6' to 18' to help extend your reach with ease
Pole securely locks with convenient thumb screw
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Gear-Driven Tree Pruner Fiberglass pole telescopes from 6' to 12'