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Felco® Ergonomic Pruners, Left or Right Handed, 1-inch Cutting Capacity

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Ergonomic design is a premium pruner with outstanding comfort for southpaws or righties.

Handles are shaped for a secure grip without slipping. Hollow ground hardened steel blade with wire-cutting notch. Hook blade with sap groove keeps the cutting point clear of buildup. A premium pruner with an ergonomically shaped handle that acts as an extension of the forearm for outstanding comfort. Screw mounted anvil blade. 1-inch cutting capacity; 8.3-inch overall length; weight of 8.6 oz.
Item # Orientation Stock Status 1 – 9 10 + Qty
9FEL Left-Handed In Stock $59.64 $59.33
8FEL Right-Handed In Stock $55.89

Review Summary (Based on 7 Reviews)

5 Stars

Unbeatable! wrote

I have had this pair for 5 years. I dropped them in a fire and they burnt up. Found them, cleaned and oiled them (although plastic was gone off the handle) and they performed like new. Lost them last Spring and found them again in December. Rusted some, but again cleaned and oiled them and working again. They just keep going and going. Love them!

3 Stars

Sticky Clipper wrote

This clipper clips very well; however, with virtually every clip comes a stick. At first we thought the clipper was relocking itself; instead, the blades kept sticking together. We would be happy to have a smaller version of this clipper in exchange for our "sticky clipper."

5 Stars

My most important garden tool wrote

I have been purchasing this product for over 15 years These pruners are the only brand that can stand up to landscape gardening at a professional level of use.

5 Stars

Felco 8's are the BEST! wrote

All of our staff uses Felco 8's because of the high quality cut that they make and the comfort of using them. Also it is nice to replace parts of the pruners when needed instead of purchasing a whole new pair. When making hundreds of cuts a day, you will appreciate how easy these pruners do their job and in turn let you do yours efficiently and correctly.

5 Stars

comfort, strength, replaceable parts wrote

Bought my first Felcos (#2) in 1980, and this model #8 soon after they came out. I've broken some blades, (one tip snapped in the base of an old rose) and lost some springs, (always carry an extra - they fly and no spring is a pain). Most recently I recoated the handles with Plasti-dip (great stuff!). The only thing they couldn't do was stay put when I drove off with them on top of my truck roof -- replacing them hurt, but never doubted what I'd buy. From time to time I take them apart and put a bit of grease between the two halves and at the same time sharpen the blade, (one side only!!). I have heard complaints about the latch, but I disabled mine so they don't lock -- I keep mine in a holster on my toolbelt and don't have to fiddle with opening them. The nut sometimes needs tightening, which is a bit complicated. These maintenance needs some might dislike, but I have some non-Felcos that I use in a pinch, and none are close to equal for me. Other Felcos: •My sister-in-law likes her #6, (for smal

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