Draper 50678 Heavy-Duty Telescopic Anvil Loppers with Steel Handles £7.99 (Prime) / £12.74 (non Prime) at Amazon

Draper 50678 Heavy-Duty Telescopic Anvil Loppers with Steel Handles £7.99 (Prime) / £12.74 (non Prime) at Amazon

Found 21st Nov 2017
Absolute bargain - Amazon 'Deal of the Day' so hurry!

Blades hardened and tempered with one non-stick coated for smooth corrosion-free operation. High leverage telescopic tubular handles with soft-grips. Handles extend from 440 to 760 mm using a simple twist and lock action.

All Draper tools are manufactured to high quality standards that are strictly controlled by our quality control engineers. They offer good value for money and a number of useful features to improve the performance of the product. All Draper products come backed by the Draper Tools guarantee.

Draper Tools is a family-run company that has been selling high-quality tools in the United Kingdom and beyond for more than 90 years. To bring you the tool you need, the Draper buying team sources innovative products, which adhere to strict ethical and quality standards, from all around the world.These heavy duty telescopic anvil loppers from Draper Tools have blades that are hardened and tempered. The cutting blade has a non-stick coating that is corrosion-free and gives a smooth operation. The handles are telescopic tubular design with high leverage. The handles have ergonomic soft grips for maximum user comfort. For extended reach the handles extend from 440 to 760mm using a simple twist and lock action.
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excellent reviews and good price, ordered thanks.
Ordered, thanks.
If these are the ones i think they are they are superb cutters. Direct cutter not scissor action, very easy to use no need to force, good reach too, perfect for fruit tree thinning, rosebushes and hedge coppice. Oedered a set, just to see, thanks OP
Excellent! I'm hoping they will be easy to use as I'm horizontally challenged
Reviews were mixed when I bought mine and they have been cheaper but I would say still a good deal. Had mine about a year or so I've been using mainly for cutting back bamboo plants and for that purpose and given the price I'm very happy with them.
Has been as low as £4.65 back in April 2016.

Edited by: "W1zz" 21st Nov 2017
I don't really like the anvil type. If the anvil gets misaligned then it won't cut fully through the branch or it'll blunt the blade or both. It's supposed to be adjustable but it's not very easy. I prefer the scissor type (two blades which overlap)
Perfect going to do some hacking ready for Spring.
Thanks OP heat added
I've got a pair of these; when I was using them to help get rid of massively overgrown ivy, they felt like the best 9 quid I'd ever spent!

I've had no problems with them since, either. They seem well made and can cut through some surprisingly thick branches; the only limit to their cutting ability seems to be what you can fit in the jaws.
I have these. They are very good, and have stood up to abuse.
I have been very pleased with mine.
Yes they do get mis-aligned if you try and chop very thick branches (not surprising really). But a new pair at the lowest price is cheaper than replacement blades
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