Fiskars 14 Foot Power-Lever Extendable Tree Pruner (93016059J)

Make reaching and cutting high branches easier than ever with Fiskars Power-Lever Extendable Tree Pruner. Power-Lever technology increases leverage to give you up to two times more cutting power than traditional tree pruners. The easy-to-handle, lightweight pole extends up to 14 foot to put high branches within easy reach. The fully hardened, precision-ground steel pruning blade features a rust-resistant, low-friction coating that makes cutting easier, and an included 15 inch saw blade makes taking down thicker branches a breeze.

Product Features

  • Ideal for cutting high branches without climbing a ladder
  • Power-Lever technology maximizes leverage to give you up to two times more cutting power than traditional tree pruners
  • Included 15 inch WoodZig saw blade powers through thicker branches
  • Maximum cutting capacity: 1-1/2 inch diamater (pruner blade)
  • Lifetime warranty

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2 Responses to Fiskars 14 Foot Power-Lever Extendable Tree Pruner (93016059J)

  1. James Phares says:

    Quite pleased with this purchase I went looking for a pole saw because branches were rubbing on my roof and hitting my gutters. I found a few at a local hardware store, which the salesperson described as hard to use, then he tried to steer me toward buying either an electric or gas-powered pole-mounted chainsaw. I don’t trim trees often, so I wanted to avoid the expense of and maintenance on a chainsaw. However, the manual pole saws they carried were all a brand I had never heard of, heavier than I wanted, and priced…

  2. Keith G. says:

    If you have problems, you are not using the tool correctly. After reading the reviews I thought I would buy this tool because it was longer than the one in my local hardware store and since there were only 3 reviews out of 21 that did not give it a good rating I assumed those individuals were not using the tool correctly.My pruner came today and the first thing I did was check the pole extension and durability. Sure enough the extension part of the pole was easily moved even when the lever was in the “lock” position. Since this was…