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2 in. Cut Capacity Titanium Coated Steel Blade, 24 in. Anvil Ratcheting Lopper

  • Durable titanium blade resists rust and allows for multiple cuts
  • 2 in. cut capacity is ideal for larger branches and dense growth
  • Maximizes cutting power while reducing hand strain
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Product Overview

Specifically designed to reduce the effort required to cut tough, thick tree branches, this durable lopper includes an easy-to-use ratchet design. Simply insert the branch between the blade and anvil and squeeze the ratchet design compounds force with a few squeezes to power through the branch without straining your hands and arms. A fully hardened, precision-ground blade stays sharp and a Titanium blade coating helps the blade resist rust and makes every cut easier. For lasting value, this lopper's tough design includes a steel exoskeleton and rugged DuraFrame handles.
  • Ideal for cutting thick branches
  • Ratchet design automatically compounds force with a series of easy squeezes for maximum cutting power with very little effort
  • Fully hardened, precision-ground steel blade stays sharp, even through heavy use
  • Titanium blade coating provides superior protection against rust and corrosion and reduces friction for smooth, clean cuts use after use
  • Ultra-durable construction features a steel exoskeleton over rugged DuraFrame handles
  • Anvil blade style
  • Length: 27 in.
  • Maximum cutting capacity: 2 in. Dia
  • Lifetime warranty

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Maximum Cutting Thickness (in.)221.6253
Blade cutting typeBypass Anvil
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Specifications

Dimensions

Blade Length (in.)
2.75 in
Handle Length (in.)
24
Product Depth (in.)
1.25
Product Height (in.)
27.38
Product Width (in.)
8.63

Details

Blade cutting type
Bypass
Blade Material
Steel
Cutting capacity (in.)
2
Features
Coated Blades,Corrosion Resistant
Handle Material
Composite
Maximum Cutting Thickness (in.)
2
Product Weight (lb.)
3.4
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Lifetime warranty

Questions & Answers

9Questions35Answers

If the blade is only COATED with Titanium, what happens when you eventually need to sharpen the b...

Asked by hz April 11, 2021
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weather it's coated or not it still needs to be sharpen when dull i hope this helps.

My ratcheting blade broke today. How can I get it replaced? Where can I get it replaced?

Asked by wine February 22, 2021
2
Answers

Replacement blades are available from both Fiskars and Home Depot. You need to check blade fitment for you specific model. It appears to be a DIY replacement.

What's the difference between an Anvil Lopper and a Bypass Lopper? Which one enables cutting thi...

Asked by HomeDepotShopper November 6, 2020
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Anvil pruners work similar to a knife where a blade is pushed through the plant material onto a cutting board, ie the anvil. Bypass pruners work more like scissors where two blades pass by each other. At first glance there does not seem to be much of a difference between these tools, but the difference is significant. Anvil pruners tend to crush soft plant tissue. When you use a bypass pruner correctly (see below), you will do almost no damage to the plant. Anvil pruners do work a bit better than bypass pruners for cutting up old dead wood but for most of us, that is not a very common job in the garden. You are usually pruning live plant material or wood that has recently died.

Senior female with arthritis seeking the best lopper to efficiently cut through tree branches and...

Asked by HomeDepotShopper November 6, 2020
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A ratcheting cutter with long arms will give you a mechanical advantage as you close the blade as you cut. You might be able to take a piece of branch the size you typically cut to Home Depot and and an associate to help you see which would work best for your application.

Is isopropyl alcohol harmful to lopper blade coating? I trim rose buses and am trying to keep any...

Asked by Jim April 25, 2019
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alcohol wont harm the blade

what is the difference between a ratchet lopper and a bypass lopper and a compound bypass lopper?

Asked by MAC45243 December 9, 2018
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Ratchet lopper has a jaw that hits against anvil jaw, bypass lopper has jaws that slightly pass each other

What is the cost of the replacement blade

Asked by John August 21, 2016
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What is the replacement cost of the titanium replacement blade?

are replace ment blades aviable

Asked by Pete April 22, 2014
6
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Doing a search on the internet, I found 2" Fiskar's replacement blade son the both Fiskar's Replacement Parts site and on the Home Depot site. The price vaired between sites and the specific model..

How can I buy a new blade for this model?

Asked by BRENNANS December 7, 2013
5
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Check your local Home Depot.

Customer Reviews

  • 4.4
    out of 557 reviews
  • 82% recommend this product
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Snapped without any warning
I have NO idea where the blade went. It must have gone a long way because I didn't hear it land. This is a very good example why one should always wear safety goggles.
by MikeW
1 person found this helpful
Blade broke...
Worked well for a while... But my blade broke. Do they sell replacement blades?
by Carson
Weak Blade
Like many users here my blade broke while trying to cut a 1” diameter branch, its listed as up to 2”.
by RobertB
4 people found this helpful
Contact Fiskars for replacement blade
Said it was rated for 2” so i tried to cut right around 2” and sure enough the blade snapped 1/3 of the way into the cut. I thought it may have been a bad heat treat so i contacted Fiskars and they sent me a new blade with a tracking # and it arrived in 3 days. Their customer service was on point. For future use, i wont try cutting anything over 1 1/2” from now on with a lopper. Over 5 stars because the racheting function does work and the tool is great. I just think their 2” rating is inflated. Stick to 1 1/2 and these will last a lifetime.
by Zach
1 person found this helpful
Weak Blade
Snapped blade on first use; HD replaced it. Snapped blade on 3rd use of replacement. Blade SHOULD be easily replaced, if I can find a blade that fits.
by VTguy
Love the ratchet, but terrible blade
Have used these a half dozen times and not excessive. These broke recently after being out for twenty minutes. I come here and see everyone's pictures and it's in the very same place as everyone's broken loppers. Looked everywhere online for replacement blade, no success. Sucks
by DH
3 people found this helpful
good concept - weak blade
I used this pruning tool a few times and it worked well, that is until today. I am not a big guy but I managed to snap the blade right off when cutting a limb. No abusive behavior, just squeezing hard and SNAP. No more snipping for this thing.
by Jim
2 people found this helpful
broke on second use
This item broke on the second use. If store lets me return item i will update on the next pair
by HomeDepotCustomer
3 people found this helpful
Broke like many others after few uses
Broke exactly like the other people have mentioned. contacting customer service for replacement blade :(
by Buyer
2 people found this helpful
Harder to use than other fiskars loppers and broke within 9 months
We bought these to replace some basic geared 6 year old fiskar titanium loppers which were getting worn out. These we’re harder to use so we usually kept using the old ones. We online used these when two of us were cutting at the same time. These broke within 9 months of use in the same way as many others have reported. They probably would have broke within a week if they weren’t secondary to the 6 year old model. Save Some money buy the less expensive geared ones.
by AbEx
Response from FiskarsProductExpertFeb 12, 2020
Our consumer services team would love to help! Please email us at warranty@fiskars.com for information about our lifetime warranty against defects. Fiskars
2 people found this helpful
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