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3/4 in. Cut Capacity Titanium Coated Blade, PowerGear 2 Bypass Pruner

  • PowerGear technology gives you 3X more cutting power
  • Titanium blade coating
  • Lifetime warranty
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Enhanced to maximize leverage where you need it most, so you can power through stems and light branches up to 3/4 in. Dia with ease. PowerGear patented gear technology multiplies leverage to give you up to 3X more power on every cut. Patent-pending design with modified gears and cam mechanism optimizes your cutting power in the middle of the cut where the branch is thickest and you need it most.
  • Powers through tough stems and branches that traditional pruners cant
  • Fully hardened steel blade stays sharp, even though heavy use
  • Titanium blade coating offers superior rust resistance, helps the blades glide through stems and branches for smooth cutting and prevents the blades from gumming up with sap and debris
  • Low-friction coating helps the blade glide through wood, prevents the blade from gumming up with sap and debris and helps the blade resist rust
  • Rugged dura-frame construction provides superior strength and reduced weight
  • Contoured, rolling handle fits the shape and natural motion of your hand for comfortable use and reduced hand fatigue
  • Soft grip touch points enhance comfort and control
  • Easy-open lock protects the blade during transport and storage
  • Bypass blade style
  • Lifetime warranty



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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1.62
Product Height (in.)
11.5
Product Width (in.)
4.75

Details

Features
Coated Blades,Corrosion Resistant,Gear Driven
Product Weight (lb.)
.55
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Lifetime Warranty

Questions & Answers

7Questions34Answers

Is there a replacement blade available for purchase?

Asked by Harvey June 9, 2020
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Answer

Thank you for your inquiry! Please contact our consumer services team at fiskarsweborders@fiskars.com for information on our lifetime warranties and replacement parts.

How do I reassemble? Mine came apart when I attempted to cut a 1/4 inch diameter stem. I attempt...

Asked by DIYer September 17, 2019
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Answers

Mine too. This is a lousy product and I have to keep it oiled to make it work at all. I was able to force it back together and that put it back into the correct part of the gearing. What is happening is that the driving gear is too far out the 'rack' it travels on and you need to lift it back on. Good luck

How long is this pruner?

Asked by wingman November 25, 2018
5
Answers

It's 9 inches long and the blade is 2-2 1/2 inches.

How do I get these sharpened? Mine seem to have dulled and they stick close.

Asked by NanaRainy June 5, 2017
5
Answers

I'm not sure about the sharpening, but I clean mine with alcohol whenever they get sticky, and that has always resolved that issue for me.

What kind of plastic is the handle? Thanks

Asked by Materialsmari October 21, 2016
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Answers

I don't know, probably a high density thermo-plastic. It seems to be well suited to the use intended.

Do these come in a left handed option?

Asked by Stevefms April 21, 2016
5
Answers

I don't know. Perhaps you can find out at Home Depot or check the Fiskars webSite.

is this a ratchet clipper?

Asked by patty June 25, 2014
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No, this isn't a ratcheting pruner.

Customer Reviews

  • 3.8
    out of 728 reviews
  • 62% recommend this product
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Good pruners
I have had these pruners for almost 4 years now and have been very happy with them. The handle is very ergonomic and fits in your hand well for continuous pruning without getting tired. The pressure required to squeeze these is very minimal thanks to the sharp blade and cutting mechanism. This product does meet my expectations and and I haven't found anything that I dislike about them. Please hit the thumbs up if you find this helpful.
by RM33
10 people found this helpful
Right out of the packaging these felt a little off. The action (opening and closing) was not smoo...
Right out of the packaging these felt a little off. The action (opening and closing) was not smooth and the blade all ready had a two very, very small nicks. Perhaps just one of those days when quality control is lacking. The picture is after pruning four sago palms and a few other light duty pruning. Nothing over the rated 3/4". Very disappointing.
by User
2 people found this helpful
Fiskars Is A Great Company, but this model stinks
This specific model is my favorite model, however it's been discontinued, and the redesigned and "Improved" PowerGear2 model that replaced it is terrible. My original PowerGear pruner worked flawlessly for years, until I dropped it into a large garden shredder/wood chipper. So I tried the PowerGear2 and found it to be horse manure. The gears and guides get out of alignment and jam so it no longer works, that's the pruner on the left and bottom in the photos, note how the cutting jaws are partially open. Even before it jams, I found the the new latch location on the top of the pruner (left and bottom pruner in the pictures, note the orange lever) very inconvenient and the new gear location repeated caught and pinched the skin between my thumb and forefinger. I definitely recommend Fiskar products -- the vast majority are great -- and any version of the original PowerGear -- with the latch on the left side -- if you can find one, even used. I do NOT recommend any version of the PowerGear2 hand pruner with the latch on the top, unless someone is going to pay you to take it. I have a dozen different Fiskar pruners, loppers and their pole pruners and they all work great. Additionally Fiskars does stand behind their lifetime warranty without questions or excuses.
by RipoffCritic
6 people found this helpful
I actually purchased these to trim my pot bellied pig's toenails! They were perfect, very sharp a...
I actually purchased these to trim my pot bellied pig's toenails! They were perfect, very sharp and easy to use! The handle rotates, allowing even my small hand to cut toenails like butter! I've recommended them to all my friends who also have pigs.
by Pigpower
1 person found this helpful
This pruner is excellent. It's the 4th or 5th I've bought in the last 18 years or so. They last a...
This pruner is excellent. It's the 4th or 5th I've bought in the last 18 years or so. They last a couple of seasons until I start cutting into soil and too thick branches, but that's my fault. Still the best hand pruner out there.
by SwedishViking
Response from FiskarsProductExpertApr 11, 2019
We're so glad that you had a great experience with our pruners! Fiskars
It barely cut a 1/2 inch green tree branch. I had to use 2 cuts and twist with two hands. It prov...
It barely cut a 1/2 inch green tree branch. I had to use 2 cuts and twist with two hands. It provided ZERO gear mechanical advantage. It's not any better than my 25 year old Fiskar pruner. Very disappointed!
by JimA
Response from FiskarsProductExpertNov 8, 2018
Thanks for reaching out! Our consumer services team would be happy to help. Please contact us at fiskarsweborders@fiskars.com for warranty assistance. Fiskars
2 people found this helpful
The extra power transmitted to the cutter makes them easier to use. On the down side, the gear i...
The extra power transmitted to the cutter makes them easier to use. On the down side, the gear in the handle became disengaged and it took a while to figure out what happened.
by dune50
These pruners look nice, are sturdily constructed, are sharp, and have good leverage. BUT: the d...
These pruners look nice, are sturdily constructed, are sharp, and have good leverage. BUT: the design is failing when it comes to safety. My thumb kept getting pinched such that I now have several large blood blister on the inside of my thumb (right hand) next to the nail. So I had to add an improvised guard, as you can see in my uploaded pictures, to keep my thumb out of the pinch point hereafter.
by Barc
2 people found this helpful
Not having a bottom blade makes them very difficult to shear. It tends to crush more then cut.
Not having a bottom blade makes them very difficult to shear. It tends to crush more then cut.
by Sd
Don't let the compact size fool you. This is a tough and rugged little pruner which is ergonomic...
Don't let the compact size fool you. This is a tough and rugged little pruner which is ergonomically comfortable and super-efficient in its function. I've been using it a great deal in the last few weeks and it's still very sharp and quickly/easily cutting through some thick branches with minimal effort and just as well as it did on the first day I purchased it. Overall, it exceeded my expectations!
by BigJerseyD
1 person found this helpful
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