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20FT/6m Telescopic Pole Saw,Telescopic Tree Pruner Pole, Extendable Telescopic Landscaping Pole Saw 4-Section Telescopic Branch Saw,6M/20FT

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A few years ago I made a pruning saw up out of four alloy poles that pushed together with a blade attached. Fiskars competing product is the PowerGear X Telescopic Pruner which is currently selling for around 30% less. Purchase today and experience the difference this high-quality, reliable, and accessible tool can make in your gardening tasks. The Fiskars FSK1023624 PowerGear Telescopic Tree Pruner UPX86 is sold as a single unit, weighing a manageable 1900g.Daniel has over 18 years of experience in the construction, home improvement, and landscape garden industries.

The Fiskars FSK1023624 PowerGear Telescopic Tree Pruner UPX86, a versatile tool that is perfect for both trade professionals and DIY enthusiasts. We have added the hedge trimming head now too, might get the brush cutter when or if the current one dies. Extending and collapsing the pole couldn’t be easier; I just opened the lever, slid the inner pole to the desired length and then closed the lever. Some tools have a saw attached or allow the user to replace the head with a saw for cutting through thicker branches, but this tool doesn’t. These tools make light work of tall tasks and you won’t have to go anywhere near a ladder or risk a fall.This suits my requirements perfectly, and although somewhat more expensive than other makes it is well made and cuts branches very easily. If you have trees, bushes or tall shrubs in your garden you’ll know that pruning the branches back and keeping them in check can be a pain. The Farming and Countryside Director Janet Hughes, the policy lead working on the Sustainable Farming Incentive Jonathan Marsden and colleagues from the RPA will be there to explain the offer and answer your questions. If you have lots of high branches to prune off, you’ll be better off paying a bit more and choosing a more robust tool, ideally with a gearing system, so you don’t need to use brute force to cut through the branches. I consider this to be an “old school” type pruner, by that, I mean it has an external rope, a basic non-gearing mechanism and a saw attachment.

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