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Fiskars

Model 92406935J

Internet #100200394

Store SKU #439458

Store SO SKU #274097

12 ft. Telescoping Pruning Stick

$79.97 /each

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Choose our innovative Pruning Stik Telescoping Tree Pruner for a level of control traditional pruners with exterior ropes can't match. The rope-free design means you can use both hands to maximize your power and accuracy, and an easy-to-grip sliding handle makes the pruning action smooth and simple. The lightweight pole extends up to 12', and an actuating ball at the end of the shaft lets you reach even farther and still prune with precision. An included 15"" saw blade makes it easy to take down thicker branches, and the cutting head rotates up to 230º to let you prune and saw at tough angles. With the Pruning Stik Telescoping Tree Pruner, there's no cut you can't make. Lifetime warranty.

  • Assembled Dimension: 4 in. W x 3 in. D x 95 in. H
  • 15 in. saw blade with adjustable angle
  • Plastic handle extends up to 12 ft.
  • Corrosion resistant
  • Dual-activated, ropeless PowerStroke cutting action
  • Dual activated cutting action
  • Ropeless, PowerStroke cutting action
  • Non-stick coated, sharp-precision steel bypass blades
  • Lifetime Warranty

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Does this pruning stick come assembled?

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August 25, 2014
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Thank you for contacting Fiskars. Yes, this item is assembled for purchase.
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Except for the saw attachment, it's all ready to go. Had mine for two years, and it's still going strong.
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Yes, this 12-foot Fiskar pruning stick comes fully assembled. Just make sure you have the means to bring it home...sub-compact car probably will pose problems unless you roll down the window leaving and bring along a helper to hold item from moving around in vehicle
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What is the largest in diameter size branch at full extension is this tool capable of cutting.

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August 25, 2016
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Depends... Soft maple level branch, you can almost cut off whatever will fit in jaws. Dead dry brach, harder wood (oak,walnut, etc) about 3/4 as large. Saw blade for larger sizes.
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May 17, 2016
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Thank you for contacting Fiskars. Fully extended the saw blade can handle limbs 2-3.5" limbs. The tool can handle slightly larger limbs if not fully extended.
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Assume I will be buying your product. If there are issues like those many who find the jaws lock tight and cannot be opened; therefore rendering the product useless, what does one have to do in getting a replacement, given that you advertise a 'lifetime warranty' ? Do you have to return it to the store? What if one buys it at Amazon.com ?
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November 3, 2015
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Thank you for contacting Fiskars. Should you have any issues with your tool you can contact our customer service dept and they will assist. We will either provide instructions, replacement parts or replace the tool (depending on the issue) free of charge.
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For warranty replacement parts all I have had to do is provide a picture of the malfunctioning part and upload it to the Fiskar's web site along with a detailed explanation of problem you are experiencing. Once you have done this they will either send you the malfunctioning part or in a worse case scenario replace the tool completely.
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i need a replacement blade can this be bought?

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December 18, 2015
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Thank you for contacting Fiskars. Please call our customer service team at 866-348-5661 M-F 8-5 CST and they would be happy to assist.
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Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 82 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by shears good/ saw blade attachment poor Have this $80 pruner and the $40 pruner. This pruner has better shears, stronger pole, cleaner inside the pole nylon strap pull system. $40 pruner has external string and pulley system for cutter. $80 model has cheap, poorly designed saw blade attachment bracket. $40 model has good saw blade design. August 25, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Very bad I bought this pruner just before winter. Did not use it till spring. Cut three small branches on my Apple tree and cord/chain assembly went. Can only use the saw now. Waste of my money. Never again. August 22, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Had Probelm with extention part of pole pruner slipping.. Used this pole pruner for about a week. Then when I extended the pole and tried to lock the extension in place, it began to slip and the lever used to lock the extension pole wouldn't hold the extension . Sawing caused the extension pole to slide in and out of the base pole..The cutting blades on the articulating cutter, pruner still worked fine.But even that , once it began to slip made using it not worth it...I'd pull on the handle and the extension would slip while cutting with the blades, like it did when I used the saw blade.... I also had two instances where the blades on the pruner crossed and jammed, like they jumped passed each other.... I was able to fix the jamb blades on that and it fortunately worked OK..That slipping of the extension pole needs to be fixed...It makes it worthless as an extension pole pruner. If they could fix that, then they would have a winner. I went back to my old string pruner.. August 10, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not a good produce The cutting blades get stuck. This is my second one. First one was a gift. Thought perhaps I got a bad one. Bought another and it performs the same. I would not recommend this product. July 5, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Horrible. Not made well at all. Fell apart. I bought this to keep my palm trees neat about a year ago. It;s very flimsy and started falling apart with minimal use. I had to jerry-rig the clamp which locks the extension adjustment and the hosel for the lower pole became loose, so I couldn't lock the saw in play. On top of that, the extension pole bent while sawing. Huge waste of money. November 4, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Good Idea, Bad design Bad cutting head design, cutting jaw gets stuck, arm gets tired pulling cord a lot. June 10, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Great Idea, Poor Design and Material Choices The pruning stick works great. I seem to waste a lot of time freeing the rope on standard pruning sticks. This stick solved that issue and seems good for small, light jobs for homeowners that have just a little trimming to do. I have two mature olive trees and the pruning stick almost made it through my first use. Then it jammed. I took it apart and found the internal chord had slipped and jammed. I worked at putting it back together for an hour then gave up. There is a trick that I couldn't figure out. Luckily, Home Depot stands behind their products for 90 days. April 13, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Cheap plastic saw blade attachment base broke waaaay too easily. The plastic base with screw and wing nut that attaches the saw blade to the pole sheared off, dropping the saw blade to the ground. Fiskars only sells replacement saw blades without the attachment bases. Attachment bases aren't available separately. This means that you either go without the saw function of the pole or purchase another whole pruning stick. I need the saw function, so I'll be purchasing another telescoping pruning pole. It won't be Fiskars. March 1, 2016
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