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The superior reach and leverage
of these telescopic bypass loppers will make you wonder why you didn't buy them sooner. Bypass loppers tend to fall in between hand pruners and a pruning saw. They provide the strength and stability
missing from hand pruners, but they are much easier to maneuver around smaller, more flimsy branches than a pruning saw.
Plus, with the telescopic handles
on these loppers, you get up to an additional 12 inches of reach
, which allows you to reach even higher branches. Like smaller, hand bypass pruners
, the blades are curved, which makes cutting through stems and branches easier. The heat treated blades
will stay sharp for many years to come, providing clean, scissor-like cuts
as opposed to damaging, crushing cuts.
An oil-filled rubber bumper
acts as a shock absorber between the two handles, reducing fatigue on hands, arms and shoulders. The tubular handles are made of high carbon steel
with comfortable, non-slip grips
Adjusting the handle length is easy. By simply giving an light squeeze to the lever, you can adjust the length from 25 inches to 37 inches on six different notches in just seconds.
Using a bypass lopper is great for pruning live growth, which promotes new and healthy growth, like pruning a Crape Myrtle or shaping an evergreen shrub. Bypass loppers can also be used to remove any dead, diseased or damaged branches. This keeps the plant looking pretty, but it also helps prevent the spread of disease to the rest of the plant.Bond 1 1/2 Inch Telescopic Bypass Lopper Features:Cuts through up to 1 1/2" branches
Heat treated blades stay sharp longer
Telescoping handles range from 25" - 37"
Oil-filled rubber bumper shocks
10 year manufacturer's warranty