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1. Fiskars 79366935 PowerGear Pruner
$9.99 $9.29 list($13.99)
2. Fiskars 99216981 Softouch Micro-Tip
$22.49 list($50.00)
3. Black & Decker GS500K Grass
$34.99 list()
4. Felco F-2 "The Original" Hand
$34.99 list()
5. Felco F-8 Ergonomic Hand Pruner
$71.99 list($92.95)
6. Fiskars 92405935 Telescoping Pruning
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7. Felco F-6 Small Hand Pruner
$49.99 list($69.99)
8. Fiskars 92345935 Pruning Stik
$29.99 list($32.99)
9. Corona Clipper BP-6240 Professional
$11.99
10. Gardena 30370-10 All Purpose Scissors
$17.99 list($23.99)
11. Fiskars 96446935 Loop-Handle Bypass
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12. Felco F-9 Left Hand Pruner
$33.95
13. Felco #2 Pruner
$6.32
14. 93 Cone Holster w/ Cllip for Belt
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15. Fiskars 96376984 Garden Shears
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16. Corona Clipper AP3110 Anvil-type
$13.99
17. 4750 A.M. Leonard Soil Knife
$39.99
18. Gardena 30646 30.5-Inch Geared
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19. FISKARS® Softgrip® Bypass
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20. Gardena 30609-10 Variable-Grip

1. Fiskars 79366935 PowerGear Pruner
list price: $29.99
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Asin: B00004SD72
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Fiskars
Sales Rank: 92
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Two-year warranty
  • PowerGear design maximizes leverage for increased pruning power
  • Replaceable ultra-hardened steel blade is designed to stay sharp longer
  • 3/4-inch cutting capacity is perfect for pruning green growth
  • Reinforced nylon handles engineered for strength and lightness

Reviews (20)

5-0 out of 5 stars So far, so good
We just bought our first house, and along with it a few trees, a lot of shrubs, and a couple dozen rosebushes, so I needed something good and easy-to-use. After sampling the options in the local hardware store, I decided these were the most comfortable, easiest to use, and seemingly best mechanism of the bunch. I've only been working with them for a month, but they're performing well so far.

The hold-closed latch is easy and well-placed (though it is easy to pop it unlatched if you stuff the clippers in your back pocket), the grip width is adjustable with a set screw (so small hands don't have to suffer), and the blade spread is admirable for a hand-held pruner (though adjusting the grip width does take a little off the blade spread too). The spring and other critical mechanical components are well shielded, so you won't be gumming them up with debris easily. It cuts through the rose pruning like butter and even gets through thick woody dead stuff with only a little effort. The rotating handle makes a huge difference in the comfort level, especially when cutting the the thick woody stuff.

They say buy the best you can afford, and these certainly seemed like the best option to me, and they weren't even that expensive. Certainly better to buy one pair of good pruners instead of three bad ones.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great for small hands, light duty
Having read the reviews and being a gadget freak, I decided to get these. I figured the rotating lever would reduce the blister inducing rubbing my fingers experience when doing a lot of heavy pruning. And the power advantage would be a boon to my aging and no longer as strong hands.

Well, it does work as advertised; the finger abrasion is reduced and it requires less effort to cut a given branch with these compared to my trusty Felco pruners. BUT, two problems arose for me. First, due to the size of these pruners and the Powergear technology, the lever rotates my fingertips smack against my palm, and if I'm cutting a large branch with some serious squeezing, it does it hard enough to hurt! I do have fairly big hands, but I'm not Shaq. It is a serious annoyance for me. And second, it is not nearly as rugged as my Felco. It just isn't strong enough to cut larger woody branches that do fit between the blades and the Felco handles without strain. The cutting blade flexes and so the bypass cut doesn't happen and you have a partially cut branch with the pruners stuck in it.

I do like their precise feel for light to medium work, where I'm not squeezing hard enough to have either of the above problems. But I'd like to see Fiskars make a larger, heavier duty version of this technology. (I know they make a Powergear mini-lopper; I'd like to see a 20% bigger and heavier duty pruner)

Conclusion; if your hands aren't large and you don't intend to do heavy duty pruning, these are quite slick.

5-0 out of 5 stars Sharp, strong, and oh so comfortable!
When I read the description, I still couldn't imagine how the handle could "rotate." But when it arrived in the mail it was obvious. I hadn't thought of it but, when one squeezes such a tool, one's fingers roll over the handle. And on this pruner, the rounded handle rolls with the fingers. This clever idea not only makes it more comfortable to squeeze, but the gearing incorporated into the design also makes it easier on the muscles.

I gave the new pruner a tough initiation by trimming some low redwood branches, and even though a few were a tad larger than the rated 3/4" -the tool bit right through them all. The grip was so comfortable, it didn't even seem like work.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Pruner
This is the best Pruner that I've used. They are very easy to use and feel really comfortable in you hands.

3-0 out of 5 stars does this for a living
blades gum up easily after repetitive use. Need to keep spraying lubricant to keep blades from gumming up. Corona Professional bypass pruners are a bit more resistant to gumming. Otherwise, an excellent pruner. Love the teflon coated blades because it doesnt rust and is easy to clean. ... Read more


2. Fiskars 99216981 Softouch Micro-Tip Pruning Snip
list price: $13.99
our price: $9.99
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Asin: B00004SD76
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Fiskars
Sales Rank: 244
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The Softouch microtip pruning snip from Fiskars is designed to snip away delicate tips of flowers and foliage while giving you a comfortable grip and fit. This floral snip is about 5 inches long, has a Softouch ergonomic handle with a comfortable black grip around plastic construction, and fits well in small- to medium-size hands. The 1-1/2-inch blade is made of rust-resistant stainless steel. It is quite sharp and uses Fiskars's microtip blade design for precision in trimming and shaping flowers and small plants. The tool can be locked in the closed position with a small plastic latch when not in use. Use this snip for flower and herb gardening, bonsai, houseplant maintenance, and floral arranging. The packaging includes some useful tips for proper floral pruning techniques. ... Read more

Features

  • Ambidextrous lock
  • Perfect for pruning, thinning, and deadheading
  • Precise Micro-Tip blades
  • Stainless steel blades
  • Cushion grips for comfort

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars Terrific for cutting herbs and flowers!
I love these and use them all the time.

5-0 out of 5 stars I cried when I lost mine
And then went out and replaced them immediately. Say goodbye to aching hands and wrists, and to blisters from those rubbing scissor handles. These little snips work effortlessly and come in handy for so many things it's tempting to toss the regular scissors away.

5-0 out of 5 stars Herb Gardening
I received my pair of snips in a combination package, so I wasn't looking for them in particular. However, they have been irreplaceable in my herb garden...to cut leaves off the plant in the garden, then to take them with me to the kitchen to snip them for recipes!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great For Deadheading
I have found these snips to be great for deadheading.

1-0 out of 5 stars Way too small
This product was featured as Pruning Snips. When the package arrived, it was called "Floral Snip". It is the size of children's scissors and nowhere on the packaging is "Pruning" mentioned. Rather, "deadheading flowers", "flower gathering" and "houseplant care". I have returned them because I wanted pruning shears for my garden work. These were completely inappropriate for that task. ... Read more


3. Black & Decker GS500K Grass Shear Kit with Hand Tools and Bag
list price: $50.00
our price: $22.49
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Asin: B0001Q2ELQ
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Black & Decker
Sales Rank: 193
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Includes narrow and wide hand spade, a hand cultivator, a by-pass hand pruner, kneepad, and cotton gloves, overnight charger, and a canvas carry bag
  • Cuts up to 5,500 strokes per minute, completing trimming tasks with ease
  • Lock-off switch prevents accidental start-ups
  • 35-minute run time on single charge
  • 3-inch scissors-type hardened blades for durability

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great product, don't review this until you OWN it!
I can't believe someone reviews a product without actually owning it, that isn't fair to the product. Anyway, it DOES include a battery (not sure exactly what type) but it's inside of the grass shearer. Just plug it's cable into the A/C and it charges. When it's ready to be used, it works like a charm in hard to reach areas of the garden. For me, I find it especially useful around patio lights that can't be mowed around easily. I'm sure I'll find other areas of the garden too!

The included tools are very nice. They have rubberized grips and look like quality tools. The kneepad could be a little softer, but it'll do. The hand pruner worked perfectly to oust a HUGE weed in the garden. Gloves are decent too.
The carrying bad is large, tough, and better than expected. A great addition!
It even comes with a 30-day no risk satisfaction guarantee. How can you go wrong for $24.99? If you bought all these items seperately, it'd be way more than that. Just a pair of garden gloves can be $15!

We just moved into our first single family home less than a week ago and I took a risk and pre-ordered this Black and Decker gardening set. It's a perfect set. Great for first time home owners like me, who literally don't own one gardening tool! (NONE!) A great set, and I am happy with it!

Happy gardening!

3-0 out of 5 stars What kind of battery does this use?
Does anyone know whether this uses the same 3.6 Volt Versapak battery as the Scumbuster and Dustbuster? Black and Decker is certainly making it difficult to determine. I looked all over the box in The Home Depot and couldn't find the answer. My guess is they are trying to hide the fact that the battery probably isn't included.
It's aggravating, because I might be willing to buy this anyway since I already own Versapak batteries, but they treat you like an idiot and leave you guessing.
I tried to submit a question to B&D web site, but, of course, they want me first to create an account and give them all my personal information.
F--- 'Em. ... Read more


4. Felco F-2 "The Original" Hand Pruner

our price: $34.99
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Asin: B00023RYS6
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Felco
Sales Rank: 754
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Features

  • The original
  • 1 year warranty

5. Felco F-8 Ergonomic Hand Pruner

our price: $34.99
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Asin: B00023RYT0
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Felco
Sales Rank: 987
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Features

  • The professional's choice
  • Hardened carbon steel blades

6. Fiskars 92405935 Telescoping Pruning Stik
list price: $92.95
our price: $71.99
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Asin: B00004TBMV
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Fiskars
Sales Rank: 1270
Average Customer Review: 4.47 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Spare yourself the effort of climbing trees to reach far-off branches with this convenient and powerful telescoping pruning tool from Fiskars. The Pruning Stik's fiberglass outer pole and aluminum inner pole extend to a full 13 feet, allowing you to trim upper branches from the safety and security of the ground. Its extremely sharp cutting blade can be manipulated by pulling a rope or the pole's ergonomic handle. In addition, the sturdy cutting head rotates 240 degrees to enable you to choose the proper cutting angle for branches up to 1-1/4 inches in diameter. A 15-inch Woodzig saw blade is also included for added cutting power. ... Read more

Features

  • 1-1/4-inch cutting capacity
  • Cutting head rotates 240 degrees for the precise cutting angle
  • Fiberglass outer pole and aluminum inner pole extend to 13 feet
  • Lightweight designs makes it easy to maneuver, even when fully extended
  • Includes a 15-inch Woodzig saw blade and attachment

Reviews (17)

4-0 out of 5 stars Works well when new
I've used the Telescoping Pruning Stik for 5 months to maintain 5 25ft trees. The cutting head works well for 3/4" and thinner branches. Larger than that and the jaws often get stuck around the branch. Once while trying to free it, the plastic head came off of the aluminum pole, so now I know to rotate the entire pole around the branch instead of trying to pull it free. After freeing the jaws, I was able to reattach the head. The ball-shaped pull knob on the bottom end seats very tightly and often the entire end cap comes off while trying to free it. I think it would be easier to operate if it was a T-handle. Likewise, the upper grip would also be easier to operate if it had a lower lip or pistol grip for a more positive grip. Or replace them with some sort of lever actuator for more mechanical advantage.

For branches thicker than 3/4", I use the woodzig blade. The blade cuts on the pull stroke. The blade is tough to use on thinner, flexible branches, but works pretty quickly on thicker, stiffer branches. I haven't used the blade as much and time will tell how effective it will be as it dulls. I keep the clamp attached to the pole, but I've already lost the original screw and wing nut that holds the blade. I had attached them to the clamp for storage, but should've attached them to the blade.

While the Pruning Stik was excellent when new, all of the plastic parts seem to have loosened over time. While the pole seemed flexible when new, the looseness makes it feel even more flexible. However, nothing has broken yet and it has been much less expensive than hiring professionals to trim those same trees. If and when something does break, I will be contacting Fiskars about warranty service. I should've kept the original shipping box though as it's tough to find another box that long.

5-0 out of 5 stars high tech tool for tree pruning
My husband has borrowed a friends Corona telescoping pruner for a couple of years now and he liked it so much he asked for one for christmas. Although the Corona got rave reviews, I gambled on this Fiskars because of the rotating cutting head which "cuts like butter" according to one reviewer. My husband used this tool last weekend and was thrilled. He said this makes the other pruner feel like a Model-T in comparison. The strap that connects to the cutter is contained within the pole and adjusts automatically when you raise or lower it. No more fiddling with a loose string. It raises and lowers effortlessly and indeed cuts through branches like butter. Best of all, the job that used to take him 2 hours took only 30 minutes. Wow.

4-0 out of 5 stars Effortless
Delivery took six weeks. The cutting action is so effortless, I couldn't tell whether a smaller branch had been severed, as there was virtually no resistance. I only wish that A:Fewer parts were plastic B:The pull cord were longer so I could hold the stik overhead and still use it at maximum height, and C:There was a 10 foot extension to get even higher branches.

1-0 out of 5 stars When?
I'd review this if it would ever ship. Now a month after the order and no goods. Don't believe the 1-2 weeks.

5-0 out of 5 stars Better than I hoped...
Okay, I'm really not a tool geek. But I have to admit, I did open the box as soon as it arrived and went out back to trim a branch that towered over my head. I was really surprised! Not only does it work, but it DOES cut branches like a hot knife through butter. I mean, it really felt like that. Who knew? Anyway, despite my weird-sounding hype, it does work great, and will make a nice addition to my suburban tool collection. ... Read more


7. Felco F-6 Small Hand Pruner

our price: $34.99
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Asin: B00023RYSQ
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Felco
Sales Rank: 1683
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Features

  • Designed for smaller hands
  • Hardened carbon steel blades

8. Fiskars 92345935 Pruning Stik
list price: $69.99
our price: $49.99
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Asin: B00004SD6U
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Fiskars
Sales Rank: 2038
Average Customer Review: 4.93 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

It's nice to know that geniuses are working to make your pruning jobs easier. Fiskars' Pruning Stik is cleverly designed and built to professional-quality standards. Featuring ingenious PowerStroke sliding-grip cutting action, the Stik lets you prune by simply sliding the plastic grip (or pulling the orange ball end), which makes use of a chain and spring to snip the blades closed. In addition, the cutting head rotates 240 degrees to allow you the best pruning angle (didn't we say it was clever?). The replaceable xylan-coated blade is ultrahardened to stay sharp longer than most blades on the market, and it offers a cutting capacity of 1-1/4 inches. The aluminum handles are durable and light, weighing less than 2 pounds, and their length allows you to reach high branches without a ladder and remove growth at ground level while standing. ... Read more

Features

  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • Overall length: 62 inches
  • Unique sliding-grip cutting action
  • Replaceable xylan-coated-ultrahardened blade with 1-1/4-inch cutting capacity
  • Cutting head rotates 240 degrees for best pruning angle

Reviews (15)

5-0 out of 5 stars Only One Regret
The Fiskars Pruning Stik is so well made and so easy to use that all the tree and brush pruning that I put off for a year was completed in one weekend. Great product and very well made. I was glad I purchased the non-telescoping model, handled 90% of my pruning requirements for branches up to the advertized 1-1/4 inches.

4-0 out of 5 stars Very handy when pruning bushes
Got this and I can safely said my 'manual' trimming days are over. It's light and very powerful. I love it.

5-0 out of 5 stars like buttah!!!!
excellent trimmer!!! i have a couple of hedges that are "a few feet" out of reach of my cordless trimmer. i looked around for awhile and all i saw were these ENORMOUS "telescopic" trimmers with dangling strings that looked IMPOSSIBLY "un-wieldy". with the aid of my stepladder i was able to EFFORTLESSLY trim branches at the top of my tallest hedges and the lower regions of the trees in my yard. you can cut the limbs SIMPLY by pulling the "ball-end" of the trimmer OR (in closer corners) the sliding-handle midway up the shaft. IN EITHER CASE the cuts are EFFORTLESS. perhaps it's the "chain drive" of the cutting mechanism. ALL IN ALL,..this is a QUALITY tool. do you REALLY need a HEAVY "extension" trimmer that weighs in a 10-15 pounds?? (like me) maybe not. the Fiskar is 2 lbs. (tops) and is EASY to handle whilst navigating an average ladder AND it stores away easily in a closet/shed AND it cuts through moderately sized twigs and limbs LIKE BUTTER . PERFECT i say...just PERFECT.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fiskars 92345935 Pruning Stik
VERY HANDY AND LIGHT, AVAILABLE AT TARGET FOR 39.99. I LIKE THE ADJUSTABLE ANGLE OF THE HEAD AND NO DANGLY ROPE TO TANGLE UP!

5-0 out of 5 stars Here's one thats not gonna break!
I had a cable driven long pruner, and besides the fact that it ... near broke my hand to clip a large branch with it, the thing was fragile. I used to live on nearly and acre of property with a row of pines along the back. They would get all brown near the bottom so I would try and prune them up to about the point where they could get enough sun to stay green. To do that you need a pruner with a little reach to it?

I saw this model on TV and hunted it down, finding it first on Amazon. I could barely believe the price quoted on the TV show, (it wasn't a commercial, it was a how-to show) they said the stick only cost about [$$$]. Its not quite that cheap, but the quality here is excellent. It uses a chain, not unlike a bike chain, to drive the extended cutter. It uses a slider, leverage system to pull the chain to make the cuts. The cutting blades themselves are very sharp and can be adjusted to any angle. This becomes an important concern when you have about a dozen pine trees to trip.

The stick will also do fine when you don't need the extended length. Remember those hedge trimmers that looked like a huge pair of scissors? I used to hurt my wrists every year, trying to get enough momentum to trim the bushes in front of the house I was renting. If you tried to cut too, slow it would get stuck, too fast, and the handles would stop abruptly hurting my wrists! This cutter, although smaller than a hedge trimmer, cut so quick and easily that it made trimming the bushes a pleasure. I could even get lazy, and sit down in a chair, and do them from a distance. Try that with your electric model! The bushes never shaped up so well before.

The blades will cut close to a one-inch branch, and I haven't had to sharpen it yet. Just keep the chain free of dirt, and keep a little mower oil on it, or cycle spray and it continues to work like new. Sometimes they just make a tool that becomes the defacto standard for a while, and for my money this is it. Don't risk cutting your arm off with a chainsaw. If you've got a little pruning to do, get this Pruning Stik and start clipping away. ... Read more


9. Corona Clipper BP-6240 Professional Bypass Pruner
list price: $32.99
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B00004R9YO
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Corona Clipper Company
Sales Rank: 7318
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Co-molded, broad-shouldered, Corobond handles for natural fit, secure grip, and less pressure
  • Durable, stable, pruner slices through high-density branches and deadwood
  • Exclusive, Coronium-steel alloy blades; shock-absorbing bumper;
  • Precision-machined, self-aligning pivot bolt; extra-large bearing surface
  • 45-degree head-to-handle cutting angle for less hand/wrist fatigue plus greater comfort

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Very good, stays sharp!
Great pruners! I have used these for over a month now, they are still sharp and cut with ease. I've trimmed all the weeds, tree's and cut along the walkway in our yard.... they cut great, I can't say enough good things about these pruners. One thing I like is they never seem to dull. My neighbor's borrowed them for a few days, they bought a pair so I was lucky to get mine back. A great value, very good pruners.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best
I have used these clippers enough by now to say they are the best I have ever used. The angle of the blades is so much more useful than the straight ones. The quality is outstanding.

18 months later and I still think these are the best clippers. Yes, it helps to have long, strong fingers. No shame in using two hands, especially when you can cut larger branches than the 1 inch promised.

5-0 out of 5 stars Maybe I need a support group
My introduction to the Corona Clipper Company came utterly by chance when I bought their Homeowners 1/2" pruner simply because it was the first one I saw. I was so thoroughly impressed with the quality of that pruner that I've since added about a half dozen different Corona tools to my collection, and I want even more!

As good as their Homeowner models are, the Professional series has a host of valuable improvements. Ergonomically, the angled cutting head makes for a slightly more comfortable cutting position, and the handles are thicker, so it's a little more comfortable to hold. And joy - the Professional series has a different type of locking clasp that's not nearly as fickle as on the Homeowner's series (my only real complaint about that line of pruners is the rather unreliable clasp).

What continually impresses me about Corona's tools is how well they're designed and manufactured. Compare this pruner to pruners that look similar, from companies like Fiskars, and the difference in the quality of the materials and construction is incredibly obvious. The thickness of the blade is a good way to compare brands - Corona's beefy blade is twice as thick as some other brands, so you know it's going to be more durable, less likely to break or wear prematurely. This pruner has a heft and solidity and smoothness of movement that other, less expensive brands lack, and it's this overall level of quality and substantial feeling that makes it a tool that will outlast its competition. When you really bear down on it to slice through a limb, the tool doesn't flex, give, or yield in any measure; it remains solid and just does what it's supposed to, every time. Yes, they cost a little more, but you really do get what you pay for.

A word of advice...if you're thinking about getting one of the larger models - the 3/4" or 1" capacities - you better have big hands, because they open pretty wide and it can be difficult to apply enough pressure to cut a branch if you don't have long (and strong) enough fingers to hold and squeeze the handles. Don't just assume that, "Well, if I get the 1-inch model, I'll be able to cut bigger branches! Life will be grand! I'll be the envy of my neighbors!", because if your hand isn't large enough to span the handles when you open the pruner around that one-inch branch, you'll end up having to use two hands, one on each handle, pressing together, and when your neighbors see that awkward maneuver, they'll hardly be envious. They may even snicker a little. ... Read more


10. Gardena 30370-10 All Purpose Scissors
list price: $11.99
our price: $11.99
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Asin: B00005Y0I8
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Gardena
Sales Rank: 6232
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Cuts many types of materials from flowers and paper to wire and carpeting
  • Rust resistant stainless steel blades
  • Non-stick coated blade
  • Efficiently cuts paper, fabric, wire, or carpet.

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Superb
The person who posted a review December 5, 2002 obviously knows nothing about scissors. I wonder if these were the ones that he/she bought?
These are the ultimate kitchen scissors - nothing to touch them in the price range. They will cut anything and stay sharp.
I've used a pair for the last 10 years - and have just bought 2 more.

5-0 out of 5 stars WORLD'S BEST ALL PURPOSE SCISSORS
Top quality. All metal, not plastic. Wonderful for veggies, flowers, paper, mending, everything. I am buying more for myself for convenience and also for gifts. The best I have ever owned or used. Very comfortable to use left or right handed. Easy to locate because of bright blue handle.

2-0 out of 5 stars ordinary scissors
I bought these scissors and paid ten bucks for an ordinary pair of scissors. Do yourself a favor go find some scissors for 4 or 5 bucks and save yourself the money.

4-0 out of 5 stars It's versatility is it's strength...
You think you can cut anything with the scissors you've already got, right? Well, no, not until you experience these scissors! You know how sometimes your scissors kind of cross-over the wrong way when cutting something too hard or slippery in texture? These will not do that! I was so satisfied with these, I've bought two. But I'm telling you, you will want and need one in every room of the house, and the patio, and the garage. I live in a one bedroom apt. and I've got a pair for my computer work station & one for the bedroom. But I'm getting another one for the kitchen! ... Read more


11. Fiskars 96446935 Loop-Handle Bypass Pruner
list price: $23.99
our price: $17.99
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Asin: B00005YX32
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Fiskars
Sales Rank: 2141
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Softgrip upper handle provides cushion and prevents blisters
  • Blade size is perfect for reaching into dense growth with precision cutting
  • Ambidextrous lock-operates with a simple touch

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars These are great pruners.
My new Fiskars loop-handle pruners arrived today. I was attracted to these by the loop handle because I thought I could tie a cord to the loop, saving me a trip down the ladder to pick them up when I drop them. I was pleasantly surprised by the compactness of these pruners. They are very comfortable in my hand. They also do a very good job of snipping off branches up to about 3/8" in diameter. I managed to get through a larger (a little over 1/2" in diameter) branch, but it was hard work and seemed to stress the tool. I was pruning a plum tree, and the wood is pretty tough. Maybe on softer stuff they will easily get through the 3/4" branches as Fiskars says they will. Anyway, I am glad I bought them for the work I do. ... Read more


12. Felco F-9 Left Hand Pruner

our price: $34.99
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Asin: B00023RYTA
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Felco
Sales Rank: 2058
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Features

  • Left-handed model
  • Hardened carbon steel blades

13. Felco #2 Pruner

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Asin: B0006229NS
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Felco
Sales Rank: 173
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Features

  • The original Felco design
  • Tradition of workmanship
  • Replaceable hardened cutting blade

14. 93 Cone Holster w/ Cllip for Belt Felco

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Asin: B0002VP0E8
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: PYGAR INC.
Sales Rank: 2862
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Product Description

World leading manufacturer or purning shears and cutters for professioanl pruning. ... Read more


15. Fiskars 96376984 Garden Shears
list price: $0.00
our price: $9.99
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Asin: B00004SD77
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Fiskars
Sales Rank: 624
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Every gardener needs a solid pair of shears, and who better to trust than Fiskars, a company long heralded as a leader in tool design. These garden shears offer precision-ground, stainless-steel blades. Their patented curved blade design grips as it cuts, and the blade is also notched for cutting stems, light wire, and cords. The shears feature Fiskars's patented ergodynamic handle design, so they fit comfortably and smoothly in your hand. Limited lifetime warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Stainless steel blades
  • Comfort molded handles
  • Ideal for a variety of gardening tasks
  • Perfect for outdoor and indoor plants

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars quick delivery, professional service
the item arrived in a quick timely fashion. The seller was very courteous and professional. a nice transaction.

5-0 out of 5 stars 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 apart]. The serrations on the blades make cutting things much easier than smooth edged blades because the serrations hold the thing you are cutting where you want it. The overall size of these shears is just about perfect because they fit nicely in the back pocket of a pair of jeans. What this means is you can have them at hand when you need them. At the low price get a few pairs and give your friends each a pair-they will thank you

5-0 out of 5 stars 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. ... Read more


16. Corona Clipper AP3110 Anvil-type Pruning Shear
list price: $13.33
our price: $11.99
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Asin: B00004R9YR
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Corona Clipper Company
Sales Rank: 287
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Features

  • Limit 1 per order
  • Chrome plated
  • Open-end vinyl handles
  • One hand catch
  • Returns will not be honored on this closeout item

17. 4750 A.M. Leonard Soil Knife

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Asin: B0007LTRZG
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: AM LEONARD
Sales Rank: 7354
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Product Description

We commissioned one of the worlds finest manufacturers of quality Swedish stainless steel tools to craft a soil knife good enough to bear our name. This soil knife is a 3-in-one gardening tool. It digs, cuts and saws. The 6" blade has a tapered slicing edge leading to a tapered edge that is deeply serrated for root cutting. One peice molded composite handle is designed with a new wider guard. Pictured with sheath which is sold separately. ... Read more

Features

  • KNIFE SOIL LEONARDS OWN STAINLESS STEEL

18. Gardena 30646 30.5-Inch Geared Bypass Lopper
list price: $39.99
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B00005Y0IB
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Gardena
Sales Rank: 13366
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Diligent pruning maximizes the growth and health of trees and bushes. Gardena provides the ideal tool for this crucial yard task with its geared, bypass lopper. It cuts branches powerfully while keeping users comfortable with an ergonomically-correct design. Gear transmissions help reduce arm and wrist strain by requiring 20 percent less physical effort than other loppers--even when trimming the toughest branches.

A nonstick coating allows the double-edged blades of the lopper to slice smoothly through branches up to 1-5/8 inches in diameter. The two aluminum arms weigh little, allowing lopper users to easily snip high-hanging limbs. Soft-cushioned handles with buffers provide a comfortable and protective grip. Gardena offers a lifetime warranty to fix or replace deficient products. The lopper measures 30-1/2 inches long. --Jessica Reuling ... Read more

Features

  • 30-1/2 inches long; lifetime warranty for repair or replacement
  • Geared bypass lopper for efficient tree and bush trimming
  • Double-edged blades with nonstick coating; cut up to 1-5/8 inches in diameter
  • Gear transmissions for powerful cutting; reduce user effort up to 20 percent
  • Ergonomically-correct design; protective buffers on handles; light aluminum arms

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Unbelievable - AAA+++
THis is the Greatest loper I have ever used - I have cut down thousands of tree limbs with this and it is still a sharp as the day I bought it, nice grips never received one blister - bought one for my 92yr old great great grandmother that uses it regulary ... Read more


19. FISKARS® Softgrip® Bypass Pruning Shears

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Asin: B0001N7ZHM
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Gift Warehouse - Vista
Sales Rank: 2859
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Product Description

The FISKARS Soft grip Bypass Pruner features patented Soft grip non slip grips and a high carbon steel blade. It also has a thorn stripper and stem crusher built into the handles. Please Note: We are striving to keep our cost down so we can offer you great prices and low shipping charges. We even pay your standard shipping on all orders over $75.00 and we only charge $6.99 flat rate for all orders below $75.00 (inside the contiguous USA) . We have found many competitors advertising what appear to be lower prices on some items. However the higher then expected shipping and handling fees are unknown until added in the final stages of check out (after entering all of your billing information). We understand no one likes unpleasant surprises and this practice hampers a customer's ability to compare prices. It is our hope by clearly posting our low shipping charges you will know your deal is a good one. We guarantee every gift for 30 days to assure your confidence. Thank you for shopping with Gift Warehouse. ... Read more


20. Gardena 30609-10 Variable-Grip Professional Pruning Shear
list price: $21.99
our price: $19.99
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Asin: B00005Y0I7
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Gardena
Sales Rank: 985
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • German-engineered
  • Pruning shear; great for flowers, shoots, and twigs
  • Made of strong, lightweight aluminum; grip dial adjusts to all hand sizes
  • Precision-ground blades; 7/8-inch cutting diameter
  • Includes wrist strap and comfort grip

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Sturdy and easy to use
Although I haven't tried other pruning shears, I am very happy with this product. These pruning shears are well made and work well for my gardening needs with both desert plants and fruit trees in our yard. They are sturdy, have a good grip, and are easy to handle. ... Read more


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