Fiskars 8 Inch Garden Shears (9637)

June 25, 2014 - Comment

Serrated edge grips and holds while cutting. Stainless-steel blades resist rust, and ergonomic handles offer comfortable use.The Fiskars garden shears feature tough and durable, precision-ground stainless-steel blades. The unit’s patented curved blade design grips as it cuts, and the blade is also notched for cutting stems, narrow wire, and cords. Additionally, the shears come with

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Serrated edge grips and holds while cutting. Stainless-steel blades resist rust, and ergonomic handles offer comfortable use.The Fiskars garden shears feature tough and durable, precision-ground stainless-steel blades. The unit’s patented curved blade design grips as it cuts, and the blade is also notched for cutting stems, narrow wire, and cords. Additionally, the shears come with Fiskars’s patented ergo-dynamic handle design for added comfort, making the shears an ideal choice for all-day professional or personal use. This tool comes with a limited lifetime warranty.

Product Features

  • Ideal for garden and flower pruning
  • Precision-ground, stainless-steel blades
  • Patented curved blade design grips as it cuts
  • Comfort molded handles
  • Lifetime warranty

Comments

Ms. Opinionated "polarity100" says:

scissors that won’t let you down. The Fiskars 9637 garden shears are tops if you are looking for a pair of scissors that can take alot of abuse and still be sharp. I use mine in a flower shop where I can be cutting anything from woody stems to wire to the most delicate flowers and ribbon. The stainless steel blades stay clean even after alot of use. The handles fit perfectly in your hand(provided you are right-handed). [If you are left-handed the Fiskars 9474 are almost the same with the exception that the blades can be taken…

A. Murray says:

Excellent All-Purpose Shears I’ve been using these for everything. Excellent, sharp scissors cut flowers and small, soft wood easily. Little notch for tougher stems. At reduced price they are a steal.7/11/06 Today I came to Amazon to replace these scissors which I have lost (where do they all go???) Interestingly, these scissors used to be called kitchen shears and my original review said I loved them and also used them for the garden. Someone must have been paying attention! So now I will say….get a pair of…

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