So Many Ways to Save - View This Week's DealsSo Many Ways to Save - View This Week's Deals

Wood Sectional Pruner Pole, 6ft Length by A.M. Leonard

Out of stock

Estimated in stock on May 06, 2024


The perfect combination of strength, durability, and ease of use!

We make these Sectional Pruner Poles using durable kiln-dried western hemlock. Each pole measures 6 feet in length and 1-1/4 inches in diameter. Each pole includes a female ferrule at one end and a male ferrule at the opposite end. Both ferrules feature a durable aluminum construction. A spring-loaded pin makes attachment fast and easy.

Leonard Sectional Pruner Poles mount to another sectional pole or to a Leonard Top Pruner Pole. You can attach up to three poles together to greatly extend your reach. You can also mount to the head of your choice with the correct adapter. Please see the PDF below for a listing of pruner heads and their corresponding adapters.

Our spring-loaded pin allows you to snap the poles into place quickly and securely. Leonard Sectional Pruner Poles combine durability with ease of use to create the perfect pruner pole!

Product Information

Product Specs
  • Handle material: Wood
  • Ferrule material: Aluminum
  • Handle length (feet): 6
  • Handle diameter (inches): 1-1/4
Product Warranty Information

  • This product is covered under A.M. Leonard's exclusive 30-Day Down to Earth Guarantee. Click Here for more Details.
Product Features
  • Sectional pruner pole
  • Kiln-dried western hemlock construction
  • Aluminum ferrules
  • Male/Female ends
  • Spring-loaded connector pin
Product Benefits
  • Durable hardwood construction
  • Aluminum ferrules resist rust and corrosion
  • Connect to your desired head with one of our adapters
  • Combine up to three poles for maximum reach
  • Spring-loaded pin makes attachment fast and easy
Product Shipping Weight
  • 1.7 pounds
Frequently Asked Questions
QUESTION: How many 603A poles can be snapped together? ANSWER: We recommend putting no more than 3 sectional poles together. Additional poles have been used but can put too much strain on the lower pole connections. QUESTION: How do I know what accessories to use with the pole pruner poles? ANSWER: Click on the link below to Pole Pruners and Their Components for a spreadsheet on which poles and adaptors go on which head.
Additional Product Information
Write Your Own Review
Only registered users can write reviews. Please Sign in or create an account
We found other products you might like!