Fiskars All Steel Bypass Pruning Shears

May 3, 2018 - Comment

This reliable pruner is ideal for a variety of general pruning tasks. A fully hardened, precision-ground steel blade stays sharp longer, and a rust-resistant, low-friction coating makes cutting easier. A self-cleaning sap groove keeps the blades from sticking, and the handle includes non-slip grips. All-steel construction provides long-lasting durability. Product Features Ideal for cutting stems

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This reliable pruner is ideal for a variety of general pruning tasks. A fully hardened, precision-ground steel blade stays sharp longer, and a rust-resistant, low-friction coating makes cutting easier. A self-cleaning sap groove keeps the blades from sticking, and the handle includes non-slip grips. All-steel construction provides long-lasting durability.

Product Features

  • Ideal for cutting stems and light branches. Easy-open lock protects the blade during transport and storage
  • Fully hardened, precision-ground steel blade stays sharp, even through heavy use
  • Low-friction coating helps blade glide through wood, prevents the blades from gumming up with sap and debris and helps the blades resist rust
  • Maximum cutting capacity: 5/8 inch diamater
  • Lifetime warranty

Comments

Deb D says:

Not Like They Used To Be I have been a loyal Fiskars customer for many years, until TWO pairs of these pruners changed my mind. While I appreciate that Fiskars offers a “lifetime warranty,” it is hugely annoying to be photographing them, sending info to Fiskars, etc. I had a pair of these from about 2008 that worked like a champ and even had them sharpened once or twice. However, pruning the tough stalks of a plant like bamboo will eventually wear out any pruner. So I purchased this figuring they would work as…

olsaf says:

Issues after first use

Goaliee says:

Using a kitchen knife would be faster. I’ll be totally honest; I hate these shears. I had a small little pair that I randomly bought at a hardware store a few years ago that I LOVED, but have no idea what brand they were. When they disappeared in my garden somewhere, I turned to Amazon to help me pick a new pair. The reviews on these shears were so overwhelmingly positive that I thought I couldn’t go wrong. Buuuuut, I hate them. They’re much larger than I expected, and for a person with small hands (which I have), that’s a big…

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