Specifications & Dimensions
|Gardening Tool Type:||Pruners & Loppers|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||0.7|
|Blade Type:||Anvil blade|
Ratings & Reviews
Make your Gardens Look Exquisite with Craftsman’s Anvil Pruner
The durable carbon steel blades stay sharp longer, delivering a clean cut every time. A special coating on the blades reduces binding, making these pruners easy to use, while giving you the power to easily trim small branches. The equipped Comfort grip handles are designed to fit your hand perfectly, and cushioned, they further reduce hand and wrist fatigue. Weighing less than a pound, the pruner’s lightweight design helps you work longer and stay comfortable doing it. A great tool built with you in mind, pick it up, and take on the next job with Craftsman.
- A thumb safety lock latches the blades shut for secured storage
- Cushioned, ergonomic grips reduce hand fatigue
- Carbon steel blades are durable and coated to glide through brush
- Weight: .7 lbs.
- Available for Gift Wrap
Added on July 26, 2010
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Most Helpful Reviews
This Craftsman Anvil Pruner does not come up to the standards of Craftsman pruners I've used over the past 40 years. Poorly constructed of cheaper quality metal, the anvil is too narrow resulting in the blade at times bypassing it and jamming. It took two hands to unlock the pruners it was so poorly put together. The jaws do not open far enough unless it is completely open which makes for poor handling. Sears used to have an excellent pruner with the Craftsman label made by Fiskars. I see WalMart carries it now for the same price as this piece of junk.
San Luis Obispo, CA
Used them yesterday. Good for branches up to about 3/8" in diameter. Used my long handle loppers for the bigger ones. I bought them to replace a recent purchase which I did not like and because of the Sears warrantee.
Cedar Rapids, IA
These work oddly. Instead of contacting the branch at the same point on each blade, the branch contacts different spots on each blade. I like the design where the blades move "symmetrically" so to speak. This design I do not like at all. Pressure points on branch are different because of the contact points being different. Sad face.
San Jose, CA
I bought this on a deal and have used it many times in the small garden in our backyard. I really liked the quality. I have used them only for small jobs and it never failed. This is my first craftsman product and have bought many craftsman item after this.
Like most Craftsman tools this pruner does the job! Its comfortable in the hand and makes easy work of hedges or reasonable sized branches. The most difficult part of this pruner is probably the safety release, but it wouldn't be too safe if it shifted on its own!
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