ARS LongReach Pruner 6ft Fixed Length Super Light Razor Edge

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# LRP6
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Weight: 1.70 lbs
ARS long reach pruners make the hardest to reach pruning jobs easy. Unique handle design allows for full 180 degree rotation for the right angle every time. Hard chrome plated, high carbon steel by-pass blades cut clean, hold their edge. Clean, precise cuts up to 1/2" diameter. 6' fixed.

Specs

  • Full 180 degree rotation
  • High carbon steel blades, chrome plated
  • Cut and hold style blades
  • Cutting Capacity 1/2 in.
  • 6ft. length
  • Actual weight 1.4 lbs.

Warranty

Manufacturer supplies a limited warranty against material defects. Normal wear not included.

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    FAQ

    QUESTION: Are blades on the LRP4 pruners replaceable as individual cut blade (upper blade) and individual hook blade (lower blade)? ANSWER: No, they must be purchased as a whole cutting head. The part number is 40544BL. It can also be put on older model TR183 and TR185 (when we say older, we mean models that do not have the red plastic "triangle" on the end).

Review Summary (Based on 3 Reviews)

5 Stars

Grass man from SC wrote September 18, 2018

Works great! Good at getting the high limbs.

4 Stars

Definitely light weight. Hugh from ME wrote December 30, 2016

Use it for snipping apical buds and epicormic shoots. Very light weight and maneuverable. Mechanism operates cleanly. Feels good in use.

If I was to improve it, I would beef up the plastic case that protects the head in transport. Plastic tab snaps shut now, but may not last.

5 Stars

6 foot ANR pruner Pete S from MI wrote September 08, 2012

I've used both the fixed length ANR pruner and the adjustable model. The fixed length has been far more reliable in terms of cutting strength and cutting mechanism stability.

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