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November 18, 2009

Fiskars PowerGear Bypass Pruner has a rotating handle for ease of use

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Fiskars made these pruners with a handle that rotates so that you can squeeze the pruners as you cut which is easier on the hand. They are made for small to medium hands and I like the way the pruners feel and the cutting is smooth and clean. It cuts through 3/4" easily with out strain and the blades have a non stick coat. I only wish Fiskar's had provided a small diagram with labeled parts so that the mechically challenged, like me,could know the blade changing screw from the lock. But it works as advertised. It helped me prune the suckers off the ancient apple tree I'm trying to tame without tiring my hand. Thanks to Fiskars for sending us these to review.
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Posted by Marilyn Renaker at November 18, 2009 6:20 AM
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