New! Leonard Pole Pruner Kit with Wood Poles, Saw Not Included

  • 3 Stars
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Weight: 6.90 lbs

A.M. Leonard Combo Pruner with Wood Poles - Made to our specifications!

We designed this generous 1-3/4-inch cutting capacity pruner out of high-quality SK-5 Japanese steel. We then chrome-plated the cutting blade for long-lasting sharpness and durability. Finally, we added a sap groove to the bypass pruner to keep the cutting blade clear of excess buildup.

A 2-pulley operation provides extra leverage for larger cuts. This kit includes:
  • 750P Leonard Pole Pruner Head with rope and adapter installed (1)
  • 603A 6-foot Wood Poles (2)
We cover this product with our lifetime warranty! Please see below for details.

Product Features

  • Made to our specifications. The best pole pruner combination at the best price.
  • Equipped with two-pulley operation for extra leverage on large cuts.
  • Bypass pruner features a sap groove to keep cutting area clear of excess buildup

Product Benefits

  • Pruner head comes mounted on wood adaptor, ready to use the moment it arrives. We include everything that you need.
  • One of the few pruner heads around that comes with rope already attached
  • Lightweight, yet very strong wood poles for those who prefer a classic feel and flexibility
  • Snap lock coupling for quick, secure mounting
  • Female ferrule on top, male ferrule bottom so you can lock two or more together

Warranty

A.M. Leonard covers this product with a lifetime warranty. Please click here for details.

Review Summary (Based on 1 Reviews)

3 Stars

Good Quality, but Too Heavy wrote

Although the quality of the cutting head is good and it does cut well, the cutting head is too heavy for the hemlock poles, making the unit top heavy. As such, it is a bit tiresome to use and difficult to maneuver. That is fine for short-term, or limited use, but to use for an extended period, or in any position other than straight up and down, is difficult and tiresome.