Okatsune Hand Pruners, 0.75-inch Cutting Capacity, 8-inch Length

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# OK103
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Weight: 0.20 lbs

Incredibly hard steel blades are tough enough for bamboo! Plus the unique one-hand locking feature makes these pruners a favorite of professionals!

Blades are made from Izumo Yasuki Japanese steel to deliver a Rockwell hardness of 60 +/-1. The specially engineered blade angle provides a smooth, clean cut without crushing. Plus, the unique locking/unlocking feature allows you to open and close these shears with one hand - once you try it, you won't go back! 0.75-inch cutting capacity; 8-inch overall length; weight of 8.7 oz.


  • Overall length 8 in.
  • 3/4in. cutting capacity
  • Izumo Yasuki steel, locking mechanism
  • Rockwell hardness of 60+/-61
  • Weight is 8oz.
  • Blade is not replaceable


A.M. Leonard's down to earth guarantee. This product is covered under A.M. Leonard's full one year warranty against manufacturer defects for product when used under normal conditions.

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Review Summary (Based on 13 Reviews)

5 Stars

Pruners wrote

Very well built

5 Stars

Okatsune Hand Pruners wrote

Simply the best on the market. As a Horticulturist I have used pruners daily over the last thirty years and have tried virtually every commercial brand out there. These are the only ones that have held up. They cut as advertised, require little to no maintenance, and hold an edge like none other. The last pair I had lasted 12 years until they were stolen, I'll keep this pair by my side.

5 Stars

Sheer bliss! wrote

These pruners have such a nicely balanced feel in the hand. The cutting action requires very little pressure. They are a pleasure for a person with arthritic hands to use! Many thanks!!

5 Stars

No Comparison wrote

If you can show me a sharper more ergogenic pruner, I'll buy it. After having the best pruners in my hand for over 30 years, nothing else even comes close, period.

3 Stars

Wouldn't Buy Again wrote

Yes, the blades are hard and keep an edge but everything else about these pruners suffers in comparison to Felco models. The mechanism to lock/unlock the handles is barbarous and way too stiff. If I don't scrupulously clean the blades after every use they stick together badly, and I'm just using them on ordinary garden pruning, nothing especially resinous or sticky. They lack features and ease of use that I'd grown accustomed to at this price point.

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