This is the best combination of pole-mount tree pruning tools that
we have found.
A. The fiberglass pole extends from 64" to a full 118" long
and can be locked at any spot. The non-conductive pole is much safer
to use than an aluminum pole, and stronger than a wooden pole. It provides
a maximum effective reach of 16' for an average person standing safely
on the ground.
B. The pruner head has a true bypass blade that provides a
much cleaner cut than most pole pruners. It also has a triple-action
pulley for extra power to easily cut through green or dry wood up to
1-1/4" in diameter. This model required the least effort of all pole
pruners we tested.
C. To handle larger branches, we offer a superb saw to mount
on the end of the pole. The 17" blade cuts on the pull stroke and has
a 14" working surface to properly cut through branches up to 7" in diameter.
The Japanese-style tooth pattern cuts cleanly and quickly, letting you
remove even the largest branches in record time. An undercutting blade
helps to prevent tear-out, and the top hook not only prevents accidental
disengagement from the saw cut, but also lets you grab and pull branches
down or out of the way. Both the blade and the hook are sharp enough
to remove small branches that may stand in the way.
We offer each element separately, as well as a set at a discount.