Fiskars 9110 Traditional Power-Lever Anvil Pruner

December 31, 2013 - Comment

Power-Lever mechanism increases leverage to make cutting 2X easier than single-pivot pruners. All-steel construction offers traditional style. Corrosion-resistant, non-stick blade coating reduces friction to make cutting easier. Non-slip grips offer comfort. For right- or left-handed use. 5/8″ cutting capacity. Product Features Rugged all-steel anvil pruner featuring Fiskars Power-Lever technology that makes cutting up 2X easier

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Power-Lever mechanism increases leverage to make cutting 2X easier than single-pivot pruners. All-steel construction offers traditional style. Corrosion-resistant, non-stick blade coating reduces friction to make cutting easier. Non-slip grips offer comfort. For right- or left-handed use. 5/8″ cutting capacity.

Product Features

  • Rugged all-steel anvil pruner featuring Fiskars Power-Lever technology that makes cutting up 2X easier than single pivot pruners
  • 5/8-inch cutting capacity
  • Ideal for cutting dry or dead growth, the fully hardened anvil blade holds its sharp edge longer
  • Corrosion-resistant, non-stick blade coating reduces friction
  • Fatigue-reducing comfort grips for no-slip, blister-free functionality

Comments

Victor H. Agresti "remodeling-guy" says:

Excellent pruners at a bargain price Fiskars Consumer #91105935 Traditional Anvil PrunerOf the half dozen models or so hand-pruners we own, these are the best. They are so good, I just ordered two more so everyone in the family can help me prune!Cons:- It’s not too difficult to sharpen the blade if it’s only a little dull. However, if it has nicks, that’s a different story. This is because the entire sharpened blade must touch the brass anvil at the same time, to cut effectively. If you take…

G. Anton "Greekster" says:

Fiskars needs improvement. I returned the first pair of these anvil pruners after realizing how poorly strengthened the blade handle is. While pruning small branches (1/8″) these pruners work fine. Ask them to cut larger diameter branches up to 3/8″ and the blade of the pruner misaligned with the anvil enough to cause the blade to pinch and grab the anvil as it attempts to cut. You end up with a blade that consistently wants to bend towards the left side of the anvil as you proceed to try and make a complete cut. I…

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