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Fiskars Telescoping Tree Pruner 12' - PF1060

Growing Walnut Trees

Growing Walnut Trees

How to Make a Wreath

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  • Up to 5 long handled tools may be combined in a single package, but cannot be combined with other items.
  • Requires a $5 surcharge per package due to the length of the product.
  • In stock. Ships from our warehouse in Northern California.

Unique solution to high pruning.

Extends to over 12 ft. for bigger jobs.

An integrated saw attachment allows you to tackle larger branches. With no ropes to tangle, a 230° rotating cutting head and 1" cutting capacity.

  • Item Model Number: PF1060
  • Shipping Dimensions: 91 x 7.5 x 4.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds

Customer Reviews

I like it

No ropes or chains to bind, smooth effortless cut on branches up to 1 inch. Larger branches can be cut with a little muscle but the saw blade slices right thru them. I cut thru 3" thick branches, 12' off the ground in 8 strokes with the blade. I cuts on the pull very well, the push seems to be a bit flimsy.

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A great pole pruner

<br />This is a really well designed tool. It is lightweight and well balanced with a sliding pull handle that allows you to keep both hands on the pole while making the cut. My old long reach pruner had a rope pull attached to the cutting head. When I tried to reach up into a tree to cut a branch, the rope was always getting caught on a branch and the cutting head wouldn’t open or close to make the cut. I had to keep maneuvering to get a clear path to the branch. Even then, I often couldn’t get a good angle to cut the branch close to the trunk. The fiskars doesn’t have a rope. Instead, it has a flat band that is inside of the aluminum and fiberglass pole and a chain that is flush against the pruner head which pulls the cutting blade, so there is nothing to get in the way while you make the cut. Another great feature is that the cutting head on the fiskars can rotate up to 230-degrees for getting the perfect pruning angle. It can cut branches up to 1” in diameter. And it comes with a 15” saw blade that can be attached to the pruner, although I haven’t used that yet.<br />

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Frustration Free Pole Pruner

I used this and had to have one. No more tangled cords, where you spend half your time trying to untangle the pull cord just to cut the branch. The pruning head articulates which is amazing for getting to the branch at the right spot. Love this pruner!

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