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Pole pruner

Discussion in 'Recreational Tree Climbing' started by sb47, May 25, 2018.

  1. sb47

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    I'm looking for a pro quality pole pruner. Not the box store junk but true pro quality. I want one without a saw attachment, just a pruner only. I have a lot of trees on my place and I will be using it for years to come, so I want a good one. Not a power pruner but a manual one like the power company's use. Any suggestions. Thanks in advance.
     
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    Marvin makes nice pruners. I've had one (that I use professionally - not every day...) for probably close to 10 years.
     
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    Silky HAYAUCHI
    You can get them with one two or three extensions..Best pole saw out there bar none!
     
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    Thanks but I'm not looking for a pole saw, I need a pole pruner. I have a pole saw that I made out of a chin link fiance rail and a razor saw. I can add as many sections an I need. I need a pole pruner to get those little 1'' or less limbs.
     
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    Sounds like you do need a Silky pole saw too ;)
     
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    I have a Marvin pole pruner, i have been using on fruit trees for about 5 years. It's holding up real well, got it from Tree Stuff. cost about $60.00
     
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