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Jameson Landscaper PH-11 Pruner Package with Three 6 ft. Poles
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Jameson

Landscaper PH-11 Pruner Package with Three 6 ft. Poles

$84.97 /each

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Landscape package contains tools to handle a variety of pruning jobs. Using pole adapters, the pruner and pole saw snap into the hollow core fiberglass poles for a secure connection. Adapters allow user to replace pruner head or pole saw quickly and easily without tools, using the same pole. 1 in. center cut pruner with pole adapter and rope.

  • Assembled Dimension: 6 in. W x 4 in. D x 72 in. H
  • Light duty fiberglass poles have a hollow core and 0.10 in. wall thickness
  • 6 ft. base pole and 6 extension pole for 18 ft. total reach
  • Saw Blade can be attached to pruner (sold separately part number SB-1T)
  • PH-11 pruner has 1 in center cut and chain pulley

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I didn't get instructions with my PH-11 Pruner package. Can I get them online?

Asked by: Ken
I didn't get or need instructions. The poles snap together but one tip I will offer is to pull the pin back and shift it slightly to one side. It will stay out and you can move it back over the hole when you have the other hole lined up. Also wrap the pole with the cord, one wrap, to keep the pole from flexing when using the pruner. The head snaps on too. The saw blade attaches with two screws already on the head. The pole with the rubber end is for the section nearest your hands. But nothing terrible happens if you use one of the others on the bottom (although I got some mud in one of mine).
Answered by: JimD
Date published: 2016-11-27

How do I order the saw blade, part number SB1&?

Asked by: lenrivet
Use the number somebody already provided, search the site, and add it to your card.
Answered by: JimD
Date published: 2016-11-27

Can I just order the head ? No pole .

Asked by: jc
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Landscaper PH-11 Pruner Package with Three 6 ft. Poles is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I got this after buying a Fiskars 14 foot extendable pruner/saw. Both are used for some normal p... I got this after buying a Fiskars 14 foot extendable pruner/saw. Both are used for some normal pruning of trees but their main usage is to trim limbs from a neighbors bradford pears that get on our house. The Fiskars was not tall enough so I got this Jameson setup. This is Jameson's lightest and lightest duty poles but they are MUCH stiffer than the Fiskars. The saw cuts more aggressively too but that isn't always great. If the limb I need to cut was nearly vertical - where I wanted to cut it - the Jameson sawblade was hard to keep in one place. It cuts a wide kerf and pulls the limb enough it jumps and the blade moves. The Fiskars cuts a narrower kerf and cuts a little slower so it doesn't move the limb as much and it's much easier to keep in one place. For a big limb, the Jameson is preferable. For a small one within the range of height the Fiskars will reach, I like it better. I think the Fiskars is also better balanced. Limbs too big for the pruner are pretty easy to cut with the saw. If this had the 1.75 inch big mouth pruner that would probably be true for this setup too. But with a 1 inch pruner, there are a lot of limbs a bit small for a saw this agressive. But that is my only gripe. I knew it was their low end pruner when I bought it but didn't know the saw blade would be so aggressive. The pruner works well for limbs up to it's 1 inch capacity. Be sure and wrap the pole, however, and be prepared to pull pretty hard for the larger ones (The Fiskars has more leverage and a little more capacity but with a tiny rope that is hard to grasp). The saw blade cuts quite quickly. When it stays in one place, it doesn't take long to go through even decent sized limbs. I did one that was at least 5 inches (cherry) and several of the bradford pears 3 to 4 inch. Little 1.5-2 inch limbs are about 25 strokes. The 5 inch was 250. I did not find the 18 foot pole to be too hard to manage but I'm 6'2" and 190 lbs. If you are a lot smaller, the Fiskars is much lighter and easier to manage - just not as capable. I will probably get another 6 or 8 foot extension - which is a great feature of this setup. I can put a big mouth pruner on it or another pole, or a different saw. I am not limited to these specific pieces. I took 3 large loads on our 5x8 foot utility trailer to the dump mostly cut with this setup this weekend. I was recovering from the flu so I didn't work that hard. It will let you do a meaningful amount of work.
Date published: 2016-11-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Lite duty pruner that works. with all 3 sections in use, a lot of flex and due to lenth you need... Lite duty pruner that works. with all 3 sections in use, a lot of flex and due to lenth you need to be be away of you footing and balance, with a little practice I was able to control it just fine. Poles click together and come apart just fine. If buying saw blade, make sure you buy the right one for this unit and I would recommend using the pruner first, then attach saw blade for any cutting. Paying attention to angles and basic physics and I was able to prune 3 tress with very little difficulty. I'm pleased with unit
Date published: 2016-11-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Purchased this to trim tall tree limbs around our townhome complex. It was easy to put together a... Purchased this to trim tall tree limbs around our townhome complex. It was easy to put together and is easy to use. This is much better than using a ladder and safer also. I would buy this again, as it is sturdy and should last a long time. Satisfied customer.
Date published: 2016-10-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from The head is so heavy that it can't be used horizontally (ie from a balcony) on18 ft. Works ok ve... The head is so heavy that it can't be used horizontally (ie from a balcony) on18 ft. Works ok vertically on horizontal branches but that limits the amount of useful trimming it can do.
Date published: 2016-11-22
Rated 3 out of 5 by from The head is too heavy. I don't return the item because I need the extension parts. The head is too heavy. I don't return the item because I need the extension parts.
Date published: 2017-03-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Did what it's supposed to do. I'm happy with it. Did what it's supposed to do. I'm happy with it.
Date published: 2017-02-21
Rated 2 out of 5 by from very heavy and difficult to use very heavy and difficult to use
Date published: 2017-02-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from High Quality at a Value Price! 1st of all, I am VERY pleased with the value for the dollar of this kit! I purchased this kit + Jameson Pole Saw Head + 16" Jameson Barracuda Tri-Cut blade, which gave me 18ft of fiberglass poles, a lopper(aka "tree pruner") and an excellent pole saw blade for a value price that I am totally impressed with(less than $130 Grand Total). Home Depot has the best prices I could find for Jameson products. Of the multitude of reviews I read on a wide range of pole saws available on the market, it seemed the general theme was that: #1) Over 12' of pole is where people start complaining about wobble, flex, weighted-feel. #2) Fiberglass poles that link together are the best choice for dependable, long-lasting, versatile usage. Telescoping poles are susceptible to the collar mechanism breaking or allowing the poles to slip, and Aluminum poles are heavier, more likely to get damaged/crushed/bent, and are excellent conductors of electricity if you accidently touch a power line. I have used this saw to prune a Hickory Tree whose lower limbs were incroaching on us at the corner of our house. Using all 3 extensions linked together with the saw blade on the end, I was successfully able to prune everything I needed to approximately 1-2 feet above the soffit of my 2nd story--while standing safely with my feet on the ground. The largest branch I cut off was the 2nd highest and about 7" diameter at the trunk. I was surprised how light weight this unit is and how solid the connectors are when fitted together. My experience was as good as I could imagine using the base pole + 1 extension. When I added the 3rd, I did experience noticeably more flex that I believe slowed the job down. I am, however, pleased that I purchased a unit with separate lopper and saw blade heads! I believe that extra weight on the end would have made it unsatisfactory worse at 18ft if I had purchased the head with combined lopper/saw blade mounted to a single head. In retrospect, if I had to make the purchase over again, I probably would look at the following 2 Options(considering my low budget & need for >14ft of pole length): A). What I purchased: Jameson Saw Head + 16" Jameson blade + This Kit B). Jameson Saw Head + 16" Jameson blade + A set of at least 2 Yellow Jameson poles(12-14ft) + another 6' ext pole. All the flex at 18ft seems to come from the center and base poles when all 3 are connected, so the bottom 2 being the sturdier yellow or blue poles would be nice. I don't think the stiffness of the 3rd pole at the top will make much difference. It may be worth going without the lopper/pruner head to save enough money to get the Yellow or Blue poles, as: 1). I do not see myself using the lopper head nearly as much as the saw blade, 2). I can still cut 1" dia branches with the saw blade, 3). Weight does not seem to be as much a detriment as flex when working at 18'.
Date published: 2014-09-15
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