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I just cannot rate these tree lopper's highly enough.

I paid nearly £30 and that was a bargain. These are incredible. You can literally cut down a whole tree with them (I did)

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The tree on the left was finished off purely with the saw included.... Oh okay... I've gone outside to take a pic of the end result

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Trust me, it's worth sharing these tree pruners which can cut a whole tree down and still be intact for just £25.

P.S.... Cutting a whole tree down with these will take a lot of work as I experienced. But if they can cut a whole tree down and be used a lot throughout the year, and still be in one piece now, they can certainly withstand general tree pruning.
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Just to add a bit more. The pull rope is very strong (S and J upgraded it from earlier models). You can take off even 10+ CM branches with ease (Too easily where I had to duck and avoid the falling branch weight).

The pole extends to around the height of a typical 3 bedroom house, further of course with a ladder. There's also a warranty I think.

I like to stand by the deals I post here (I only post deals I've bought myself) and as a result of this, if anything doesn't work out as I've described, I'm happy for a buyer to message me with any questions about the use of the item.
Edited by: "Sparkz2k16" 22nd Jan
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Just to add a bit more. The pull rope is very strong (S and J upgraded it from earlier models). You can take off even 10+ CM branches with ease (Too easily where I had to duck and avoid the falling branch weight).

The pole extends to around the height of a typical 3 bedroom house, further of course with a ladder. There's also a warranty I think.

I like to stand by the deals I post here (I only post deals I've bought myself) and as a result of this, if anything doesn't work out as I've described, I'm happy for a buyer to message me with any questions about the use of the item.
Edited by: "Sparkz2k16" 22nd Jan
Been watching this product for a while and it's been £25 for ages. Not sure how this is a good deal?
These are superb and very easy to use
Delio7922/01/2020 21:10

Been watching this product for a while and it's been £25 for ages. Not …Been watching this product for a while and it's been £25 for ages. Not sure how this is a good deal?


It fluctuates a fair bit. Plus why isn't it?

If you can cut a whole tree down, actually 2 as the front one is down as well, plus have it still in mint condition (Minus the greenery that needs wiping from the blades) , then £25 is an incredible deal, especially for those who might not be aware of it.

I might have saved some people money who otherwise could have paid their local council or a private company money to come in and take some branches/the whole tree down when they could have spent 20 minutes doing it themselves with this.
Edited by: "Sparkz2k16" 22nd Jan
Can you cut a whole tree down with them?
Peter Crouch uses this as a back scratcher
I’ve just bought one - great deal thanks OP!
Fab piece of kit that saves me the risk of working off stepladders. A bit of practice and you should see the benefit of these in my view
Will give these a try, not had luck with similar tools in the past these sound a lot better.
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So you can either use a saw and do it properly, or you can ignore the instructions that say branches up to 3cm and spend much longer doing it less safely.

Possibly a good product but misleading representation so cold from me.
deleted24979822/01/2020 23:24

So you can either use a saw and do it properly, or you can ignore the …So you can either use a saw and do it properly, or you can ignore the instructions that say branches up to 3cm and spend much longer doing it less safely.Possibly a good product but misleading representation so cold from me.


Not at all.

You don't fill saw a watering can to spec... "oh, better not go over the fill level, it might pour acid on the flowers".

The spec is given because they, like many brand underspec their products. I cant possibly agree or understand your "misleading representation" quote especially when I've used the product myself and the pictures are my own pictures.

Its a "misrepresentation" even though I've shown my exact use of the product? At least come up with a more sensible reason to wrongly vote "cold"

A saw to "do it properly". Hours and hours sawing to achieve what? A few branches down and likely serious a and e injuries. It sounds like sour grapes to me.
Edited by: "Sparkz2k16" 22nd Jan
Thanks Op, I have an overgrown hedge in the rear garden, can I use this to trim the sides to a manageable size...? For the comics I'm not referring to my anatomy
IndyS22/01/2020 23:52

Thanks Op, I have an overgrown hedge in the rear garden, can I use this to …Thanks Op, I have an overgrown hedge in the rear garden, can I use this to trim the sides to a manageable size...? For the comics I'm not referring to my anatomy


It's the perfect tool for the job. Give it a snip and the results will.... bloom? blossom? Just watch the grape tree at the sides as I'd hate to think my deal meant someone ended up with meat and no veg (or fruit, or grapes, or wine....or wine.... mmm)
Sparkz2k1622/01/2020 23:31

Not at all.You don't fill saw a watering can to spec... "oh, better not go …Not at all.You don't fill saw a watering can to spec... "oh, better not go over the fill level, it might pour acid on the flowers".The spec is given because they, like many brand underspec their products. I cant possibly agree or understand your "misleading representation" quote especially when I've used the product myself and the pictures are my own pictures.Its a "misrepresentation" even though I've shown my exact use of the product? At least come up with a more sensible reason to wrongly vote "cold"A saw to "do it properly". Hours and hours sawing to achieve what? A few branches down and likely serious a and e injuries. It sounds like sour grapes to me.


I have also cut down a whole tree with one of these (actually one from an inferior brand).

It saved me a lot of money on a tree surgeon.
Edited by: "Smithington" 23rd Jan
deleted24979822/01/2020 23:24

So you can either use a saw and do it properly, or you can ignore the …So you can either use a saw and do it properly, or you can ignore the instructions that say branches up to 3cm and spend much longer doing it less safely.Possibly a good product but misleading representation so cold from me.


The instructions say 3cm for the lopper bit, not the saw (which is attached at the end). Not misrepresentation here really.
Edited by: "Smithington" 23rd Jan
Hmmm might come in handy for doing my toe-nails
Edited by: "Spiritjambo" 23rd Jan
That hook lopper is not the best idea. I prefer Wolf tools.
But as a cheap unit, it will do.
I must admit, I purchased one of these around a month ago to give a tree in my garden a good trimming, but to be honest wasn’t overly impressed with it. I found the chopper struggled to get through anything thicker than a relatively small branch and anything thicker using the saw, I found that it continually stuck and bent, making it an extremely difficult exercise. This ultimately ended up with me giving up and having to climb a ladder - which was exactly what I was trying to avoid by purchasing it in the first place.
Edited by: "Glesgabear" 23rd Jan
Glesgabear23/01/2020 10:13

I must admit, I purchased one of these around a month ago to give a tree …I must admit, I purchased one of these around a month ago to give a tree in my garden a good trimming, but to be honest wasn’t overly impressed with it. I found the chopper struggled to get through anything thicker than a relatively small branch and anything thicker using the saw, I found that it continually stuck and bent, making it an extremely difficult exercise.


Maybe a faulty device or needed oiling on the blades? As when working fine, it did all of this with ease (All of that just with this cutter and saw):



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(A lot of hours went into filling those bags, more than 20 which went down the tip to be composted)
Edited by: "Sparkz2k16" 23rd Jan
Mine broke. The handle extended as I was using prune saw. Wouldn't lock back in the place. I'll find a way to fix it in summer. I paid £28.28 in June 2019.
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It's obviously just an example, the only example that came to mind at the time as I was looking at the picture with the watering can in it. A device might have a specification or guide for use but it doesn't mean it can only be used to that spec.

In the case of this pruner, it has a maximum cutting spec, but actually it can exceed that spec. You can even cut huge branches by cutting into one side, then cutting into the other and using the branch grabber function to pull the weakened branch so it snaps.
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Sparkz2k1623/01/2020 19:09

It's obviously just an example, the only example that came to mind at the …It's obviously just an example, the only example that came to mind at the time as I was looking at the picture with the watering can in it. A device might have a specification or guide for use but it doesn't mean it can only be used to that spec. In the case of this pruner, it has a maximum cutting spec, but actually it can exceed that spec. You can even cut huge branches by cutting into one side, then cutting into the other and using the branch grabber function to pull the weakened branch so it snaps.


Trying to snap off a 7kg branch 2 metres up with a telescopic pole.

Sounds like there is literally nothing that can go wrong.
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