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.
I've ordered 3-4 of these pruners the last few years and then been great. Color of the handle does fade if left in the rain or sun, other than that it's been great
I've always preferred anvil style pruner to bypass style, find them easier to use with less binding. These are no exception, and work well, with nicely cushioned handles.
Jackson Heights, NY
Have not used the Anvil Pruner much but used it to cut some of the rose bushes and shrubs. It handles well and feels very comfortable while prumming. It looks like it will last if not abused. I brought this Anvil Pruner to replace the one I have misplaced.
Got this on "daily deal" for a great price. This pruner does its job on small branches and twigs. No issues at all. Grip is great and the blades are still strong after a year.
This pruner is very well built and cuts very well and hopefully it would stay that way for a long time. The only bad thing is the lock mechanism, it always gets stuck.
Pruner is easy to use and has locking device to keep it closed when not in use. I've tried on it small shrubs to larger bushes and it's great for detailed maintenance for bushes- cuts easily without much effort.
Crown Point, IN
I've only used it on 2 tress and 1 shrub so far. It gets the job done. The rubber handles feels strong and provides a good grip. They also look like they will stay on for a long time.
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