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Wilkinson Sword Bypass Lopper (10 Year Guarantee) £8.99 with code @ Robert Dyas - (Free C&C)
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Wilkinson Sword Bypass Lopper (10 Year Guarantee) £8.99 with code @ Robert Dyas - (Free C&C)

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Make short work of trimming the most awkward branches, shrubs and plants with this double-handed bypass lopper with lever action from Wilkinson Sword. With its lightweight aluminium soft-grip handles, non-stick blades and 10-year guarantee, the bypass lopper delivers a precise and clean cut and is a must-have for every gardener.

Features and Benefits
  • Lightweight – The strong but light aluminium build of these loppers make them perfect for use all over the garden.
  • Lever action – Cleverly designed lever action in these loppers gives you a more efficient and easier to use tool.
  • Bypass – Crossing blades are better for softer plant material or younger stems.
Specifications
  • High-quality stainless-steel head for trouble-free pruning
  • Durable but lightweight aluminium handles
  • Robust 4cm-cutting capacity carbon steel blades
  • Dimensions: H20 x W10 x D60cm
  • Weight: 0.75kg

Also available:

Wilkinson Sword Hedge Shears
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Wouldn’t like to shave with that 🤪
Loppers are great for making people talk!
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Wouldn’t like to shave with that 🤪
Loppers are great for making people talk!
paulrowe4010/07/2019 19:00

Wouldn’t like to shave with that 🤪


Depends how thick your stubble is.
mccririck10/07/2019 23:31

Depends how thick your stubble is.


I could use this in some areas
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look very similar to some veterinary equipment I saw on telly - hope the Mrs doesn't get any ideas!
(she'd probably say all she needed were nail scisors!)
A few ladies I know could use this on their front garden.
Wilko sell similar in their own brand for around half this price instore; however not sure how the size compares, these handles might be a bit longer.
Anvil lopper better.
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Hot from me. 10 year guarantee can't be bad.
These perform equally well at night.
Personally I would only buy loppers with geared ends these days. Cheap ones I've had before which like these just use long handles for leverage tend to bend and twist.This item seems cheap for what they are, so from that respect is a good deal but spending a bit more for geared action will save a lot of effort and the cost of replacing them after you have tried to cut a thicker branch.
Search for "geared bypass lopper" on your favourite gardening site.
Awesome, I needed a new bike

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Sarah711/07/2019 05:03

Wilko sell similar in their own brand for around half this price instore; …Wilko sell similar in their own brand for around half this price instore; however not sure how the size compares, these handles might be a bit longer.


Well mine is this big 🤥
I picked these up from Robert Dyas yesterday, the handles are about 2 inches longer than the Wilko £5 ones but otherwise they seem pretty much identical. Perhaps not worth paying the extra unless you really care about the brand or those 2 inches!
If anyone can recommend good loppers, I'd love to hear. I've been through loads of these modern lightweight types. They last about a season, and usually the nuts fall out or break.

I took a punt on some Lidl ones for a tenner, but the cutting is far from clean. Probably bad luck, and returns there are not easy.

Having said that, one pair I bought (Fiskers) lasted two cuts and snapped. They are so weak.
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Sarah714/07/2019 07:22

I picked these up from Robert Dyas yesterday, the handles are about 2 …I picked these up from Robert Dyas yesterday, the handles are about 2 inches longer than the Wilko £5 ones but otherwise they seem pretty much identical. Perhaps not worth paying the extra unless you really care about the brand or those 2 inches!


2 inches makes a lot of difference
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