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Old 07-21-2013, 10:20 AM   #1
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pole pruner ?


i broke the one my mom let me use. it worked pretty darned well. but plastic can take only so much.
so i bought a FISKARS pruner from wally mart. this thing is a pos. it can hardly cut twigs. its going back.

so i am looking for a good pole pruner, that doesn't cost an arm & leg.

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When I worked for a nationally known tree expert co, we used these, not cheap but it should last you a lifetime and then some.

http://www.amleo.com/Seymour-Smith-P...pacity/p/11SS/

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if it works well, and is reliable. that price isn't bad. though it doesn't have a pole, i could use the pole i have.
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if it works well, and is reliable. that price isn't bad. though it doesn't have a pole, i could use the pole i have.

It works well, trust me
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