27 Foot Pole Saw

This is the longest (27 feet), lightest (7 pounds) and most versatile manual pole saw available today! Reach branches up to 32 feet high without ever climbing a ladder! This pole saw is used at hundreds of golf courses, theme parks, and landscape companies around the country. This pole saw can telescope has an 8′ smooth fiberglass handle, two internal aluminum extension tubes, and a quick, heavy-duty locking system. The tool can telescope to any length from 8′ up to 21′. Each aluminum tube has an internal stopper so the tubes will not come apart. A 6′ heavy-duty fiberglass extension is also included to make the overall length a full 27 feet. The 6′ extension slides on the bottom of the main pole and clips quickly and securely in place. The saw head is made of a heavy-duty cast aluminum with a big hook for removing cut or dead branches. It slides down over the the threaded end of the pole and is held securely in place with a bolt and wing nut. The saw head can quickly attach to the 6′ fiberglass pole, so you can use it as a simple 6′ pole saw. No tools are needed to attach or remove the saw head from either pole. The 16″ commercial saw blade has a triple edge cut on each saw tooth and a hook on the saw tip to keep the blade in the cut. This is very useful when cutting a branch that is 21′ up or higher. The tool is great for cutting any type of hard wood, soft wood, or palm. You can cut limbs up to 8″ in diameter. This saw blade is preferred by the pros.

Product Features

  • Long Manual Pole Saw
  • Commercial Saw Blade
  • Collapses to 8 Feet… Perfect for garage storage!
  • Weights Only 7 Pounds
  • Plus Extra Free Blade!

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2 Responses to 27 Foot Pole Saw

  1. Anonymous says:

    Get this saw…you will be glad you did! This pole saw was needed to trim two large mesquite trees at our home just north of Tucson, AZ. Mesquite is incredibly beautiful, but very hard. The saw did a fantastic job. It was not difficult to use and we received helpful tips from the seller. We highly recommend this pole saw. It is well worth the cost, also. Arborists and landscaping firms are expensive and we have already paid for the saw after using it for Just a short time. It will definitely see more use shortly and we are thrilled to…

  2. Anonymous says:

    Not a good choice. Fully extended, or even partially extended, the pole is way to flimsy to do any real cutting. You have to wait several seconds between pulls on the saw for the thing to stop flopping around before you can make another pull- otherwise the saw will not stay in the same spot- it just bounces around on the branch. As a result, it takes a long time just to cut a single branch. The fiberglass parts of the pole are so thin, one of them snapped on me on my second branch. Needless to say, it didn’t…