Who can send a dewalt electric hand pruner To europe and what is the price ? Of shipment and the pruner it self
Ah, yes, let's visit an 'authentic' German Christmas Market in Birmingham. Can't wait to see the stall with the Lithuanian dude selling secateurs and pruners next to a food stand selling chocolate dipped bananas.

What a load of shite. I couldn't get out of there fast enough. Husband's idea to go so I have begun divorce proceedings.

Hand pruners that wont bend over time

Does anyone know a set of hand pruners that don't exhibit any of the following:

  • Grips falling off... even after being super glued back on.
  • Constant sticking closed... even after cleaning the blade.
  • Bending and being less effective over time when a hard to reach branch twists in the blades.

The blades always stay sharp enough, but they just stop working as intended in a season of two of heavy hand pruning.

Any gardeners here? What can you say about Corona Yard Maintenance Kit 4-Piece for $99, that includes Lopper, Pruner, Saw, and Hedge Shears?

https://preview.redd.it/4fngnslu6bd81.jpg?width=680&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=ef560bb086cd193115348d0939b7ee3e38f6b782

https://www.costco.com/yard-maintenance-kit-4-piece.product.100765816.html

Looks like 30 reviewers are pretty happy with it.

How to Sharpen Old Pruners and Clippers youtube.com/watch?v=oqaJ2…
It is worth it to get out there with your pruners! youtu.be/jOakJCAf1Ms
No.8 pruner Inox, with a white-tail deers antler handle. Just made it last night. reddit.com/gallery/ri4ik2
How to Sharpen Old Pruners and Clippers youtube.com/watch?v=oqaJ2…
In anticipation of my Cake Day, I have taken some pictures to share with you all. Marble’s β€œU.S. knife”-style pruner.
New 20v pruner in action! vm.tiktok.com/ZM8SmGecK/
Weed-Pruner Poplar sketch by Jeff Miracola
Gardening Kit 9 Piece Set Transplanter Fork Cultivator Trowel Pruner $39.90 (Was $55) + Delivery (Free to Major Cities) @ Topto ozbargain.com.au/node/676…
Ka-Bar pruner
In anticipation of my Cake Day, I have taken some pictures to share with you all. Marble’s β€œU.S. knife”-style pruner.
Havent unclogged since Feb, and this came out. No tp is flushed in our lines. No food is put down the drains. When i got a piece with a pole pruner it was hard as a rock. What is this?
Fiskars SoftGrip Bypass Pruner $19 @ Bunnings ozbargain.com.au/node/669…
Any Tips & Suggestions for MCA Selector? (CHUNK PRUNER)

Hey I've been Preparing my world for Caves and Cliffs, And have alot of builds on it. One question for people who utilize Chunk Pruners how do I ensure I don't accidentally delete important chunks? Like I've been thinking of ingame marks in game for the birds eye view. But does anyone have any better more reliable suggestions?

Fiskars SoftGrip Bypass Pruner $19 @ Bunnings ozbargain.com.au/node/669…
Is it bad to use freshly oiled pruners on plants?

Just applied some 3 in 1 oil on secateurs that looked a bit knocked up from the wind. I applied it on with some drops and rubbed it in with some paper. I then used it immediately on my lemon trees. Was wondering if I should it let it dry before I prune?

Gardening: In praise of pole pruners, and no ladder climbing apnews.com/article/lifest…
33M Horticulturist. I forgot to pull the Pruners and diamond rod sharpener out. Notesβœ”musicβœ”things that cutβœ”
Amazon: Electric Pruning Shears for Gardening Cordless Rechargeable Tree Pruner, Tree Branch Flowering Bushes Trimmers with Safety Protection By LIGO – 50% Off struggleville.net/ligo-co…
After some oiling tips for pruners!

Hope this is the right place to post! I read that vegetable oil can suffice, would olive oil be fine to use to oil my gardening pruners? :)

Would greatly appreciate recommendations for a well-made Pole Saw / Tree Pruner - the kind that I can buy once, cry once, and will last the rest of my life with proper maintenance.

Hello everyone,

I'm wanting to put some money down for a well-made pole saw. Right now, I have a 16' Fiskars one that's just crap - the pull-cord broke after only a dozen uses, the extension locking collar doesn't really lock the pole, etc. etc.

I'm wondering what the go-to pole saw in the arborist business is. I'd greatly appreciate recommendations for either a chainsaw-style pole saw, or a manual bypass-cutter-and-manual-saw-combo pole saw. My only request is that it be at least 15' long at full extension.

Thank you for your time and help!

Milwaukee PVC Shear as Pruner?

Has anyone had any luck using their Milwaukee m12 PVC Shear as a tree branch pruner?

Seems like it would do the job, but just might be a bit heavier and slower than a real pruner. But probably more powerful too.

Gloomy Sunday morning coffee with the SAK Pruner reddit.com/gallery/q0m3u9
[ADVICE WANTED] Jameson brand poles and pruners, or Silky? Trying to understand the advantages/disadvantages of each style of pole and saw/pruner heads. Would greatly appreciate insight and opinions.

Hello everyone,

Some of you may remember my post from a few weeks ago asking for recommendations on professional-quality pole saws and pruners. The votes came in, fairly evenly split between Jameson and Silky.

From what I've seen, Jameson and Notch poles are based around separate segments that click together, available in three different materials: Wood, Fiberglass, and some kind of lightweight fiberglass for Jameson (The B-Lite poles). The Silky Hayauchi pole, on the other hand, now sold under the Notch brand as the Sentei pole, is a telescoping aluminum design.

I would like to get somewhere between 16-20' of pole. I realize this can get a bit wobbly, but I will only ever be pruning from the ground, I will never be climbing the tree, so the length of my pole dictates how far up I can prune, with no way around that.

What I gathered from my previous posts is that the jameson style of connecting segments creates more wobble, especially if you're using two extensions (as I would be), and not just one. Everyone said the Silky pole was more stable, but at the same time, always mentioned the fragility of the silky system -- both the blade, and the pole. Because of this, I can't really decide on what's best for me.

The products I'm considering are:

The Jameson B-Lite 18' Big Mouth Pruning Kit ($319) - Three segments of lightweight fiberglass

The Notch Sentei 16' Pole and Saw, with the Sintung 50 Lopper ($358)- Extendable Aluminum

Now, these prices are already a bit more than I can afford, so I'm really wanting to make sure I'm getting the best product for me. Any insight and opinions you all can offer is greatly appreciated. Thank you!

[ADVICE REQUEST] Would greatly appreciate recommendations for a well-made Pole Saw / Tree Pruner - the kind that I can buy once, cry once, and will last the rest of my life with proper maintenance.

Hello everyone,

I'm wanting to put some money down for a well-made pole saw. Right now, I have a 16' Fiskars one that's just crap - the pull-cord broke after only a dozen uses, the extension locking collar doesn't really lock the pole, etc. etc.

I'm wondering what the go-to pole saw in the arborist business is. I'd greatly appreciate recommendations for either a chainsaw-style pole saw, or a manual bypass-cutter-and-manual-saw-combo pole saw. My only requirement is that it be at least 15' long at max extension.

Thank you for your time and help!

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