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Product Number: H156

Stainless Steel Pruner w/Curved Blade

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Curved blade clipper, rounded tip, carbon steel construction, and rubber coated handle. Overall length 7-1/2" with a blade length of 2". Blades can be sharpened.  Perfect for cutting fruit.

 

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01/24/2018
David S.
United States

Stainless steel Pruners

They worked fine. They are just suitable for light duty cutting operations. Too small for thick rose canes and stuff like that. Worked well for snipping vegetables from the plants. They arrived very sharp which was a good thing but the blade seemed to dull with moderate use. I don't see much advantage to these pruners VS regular bypass pruners. Regular bypass pruners would work in about say 90% of your garden applications. This pruner is best for snipping off snap beans, lima beans, English peas, smaller tomato varieties, and crook necked squash. It is a little burdensome carrying around regular bypass pruners and this one in mid to late summer when you are harvesting and pruning plants. One universal pair of pruners would almost due the job for you. Dave Salamone Master Gardener Johnson Co., Indiana Dave Salamone

DS
01/24/2018
David S.
United States

Stainless steel Pruners

They worked fine. They are just suitable for light duty cutting operations. Too small for thick rose canes and stuff like that. Worked well for snipping vegetables from the plants. They arrived very sharp which was a good thing but the blade seemed to dull with moderate use. I don't see much advantage to these pruners VS regular bypass pruners. Regular bypass pruners would work in about say 90% of your garden applications. This pruner is best for snipping off snap beans, lima beans, English peas, smaller tomato varieties, and crook necked squash. It is a little burdensome carrying around regular bypass pruners and this one in mid to late summer when you are harvesting and pruning plants. One universal pair of pruners would almost due the job for you. Dave Salamone Master Gardener Johnson Co., Indiana Dave Salamone

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