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 February 16, 2009
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Most Helpful Reviews
My lot is about an acre and is covered with mature trees. Unfortunately, the developer logged the lot prior to starting the development. When the loggers took out the valuable trees they had little regard for the other trees that may have been in the way.
Although my trees weren't prized by the logging crew, they are treasures accordinf to my wife, The only problem us that they all have a great deal of damage and dead-wood in the tops. I have had some estimates on having the dead-wood removed but it is too expensive, It is in the thousands...
Everytime we get a spring storm, I have to perform limb removal. Sometimes this involves using a chainsaw, but more often I can cut up the debris with my bow-saw and these Craftsman Anvil Pruners. Before I bought these I owned (still do) a cheaper pair that I picked up at Lowe's. They weren't heavy enough for the type of performance I expect. Before long the pivot pin was loose and wobbly.
There sure isn't any of those problems with these Craftsman and I have the peace of mind of knowing that if they ever do break - they are warranted for life.
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.
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