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5/8 in. Cut Capacity Titanium Coated Steel Blade Anvil Hand Pruner

$1798
  • Power-Lever Technology gives you 2X more cutting power
  • 5/8 in. cut capacity
  • Full lifetime warranty
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Ideal for making clean cuts through dry, dead growth, this innovative Anvil Pruner features Power-Lever technology to make cutting up to two times easier than traditional tools. A razor-sharp, precision-ground blade stays sharp and a low-friction, rust-resistant blade coating makes every cut even smoother and easier. An all-steel body provides unmatched toughness and a non-slip grip offers comfort and control for right- or left-handed users.
  • Anvil blade design is ideal for pruning dry, dead growth when dead-heading flowers, stripping small logs or cutting back branches that died over the winter
  • Power-lever technology maximizes leverage to make cutting up to 2 times easier than traditional tools
  • Razor-sharp, precision-ground blade cuts with less resistance than thicker blades and stay sharp for lasting value
  • Low-friction, rust-resistant coating helps blade glide through wood and prevents the blade from gumming up with sap and debris
  • All-steel body provides lasting durability
  • Non-slip grip improves comfort and control
  • For right- or left-handed users
  • Cut capacity: 5/8 in.
  • Lifetime warranty

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
1.13
Product Height (in.)
10.75
Product Width (in.)
3.88

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Features
Coated Blades,Corrosion Resistant
Product Weight (lb.)
.77
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Lifetime

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Customer Reviews

  • 3.7
    out of 346 reviews
  • 71%recommend this product
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Great shears, locking started out too tight
These are great shears. I like the anvil cut better than the bypass shears as I've had the gap between bypass blades widen as time went by in bypass shears, which caused the shears to twist in my hand and not cut cleanly. Be forwarned however that the locking lever, which is shown in the accompanying picture, is too tight initially to release the blade by hand. But after I popped it out with a screw driver and worked it in and out with my pliers a half a dozen times or so I was able to to release and lock the blade easily by hand.
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    The are the most dull (unsharp) pruners I have ever purchased. I used them last fall to prune a ...
    The are the most dull (unsharp) pruners I have ever purchased. I used them last fall to prune a limited (10) number of small bushes plus branches of a small tree. I tried to use them again this spring and could barely cut through a small branch. My $2 scissors did a better job than these pruners! Needless to say, they are being returned because they have a lifetime guarantee. Also, I forgot to wear gloves when using these (didn't think I had to because they have a pretty soft/grippy handle) however, because I struggled so much while cutting due to the dullness of the blade, I ended up with HUGE blisters on my fingers. Photo shows blisters after 2 days of healing with band-aids and neosporin.
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    Response from FiskarsProductExpertJun 29, 2018
    Hi Crissyb123, thank you for your feedback! Our consumer services team is always happy to help with product satisfaction issues. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us with any future questions or concerns. We can be reached at fiskarsweborders@fiskars.com or 866.348.5661. Fiskars
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      Says a lot that I’ve owned a shed full of Fiskars over the years. This is actually my second pair...
      Says a lot that I’ve owned a shed full of Fiskars over the years. This is actually my second pair of titanium coated, steel blade, anvil hand pruners. I needed a second pair for the infrequent occasion when my other half decides to work in the yard with me (it drives me crazy to constantly trade tools in the “thicket” of things). My other pair is about 4 years old. There's no rust and they’re still pretty sharp. I've even left them overnight in the garden a few times, so it’s good they have superior rust resistance. I’d say these things are durable. Don't think I'll need to take advantage of the lifetime warranty. These pruners work best for their intended use. They’re intended to cut dry, dead stems and light branches up to 5/8”. And at 5/8” it takes some hand strength. When you get close to 5/8” or beyond, better to use a tool more suitable (for example, bypass loppers, hand saw, or occasionally I’ll use a battery operated reciprocating saw). Overall, this is another fine Fiskars product.
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      These are heavy duty pruners/cutters. The hardened steel is strong and doesn’t flex when cutting ...
      These are heavy duty pruners/cutters. The hardened steel is strong and doesn’t flex when cutting thick branches. The cutting motion is smooth and easy to squeeze. I have cutters that will cut larger diameter limbs, but with much more effort than these. The grip fit my hand well. The lock is a bit hard to lock and unlock, but other than that, good quality pruners/cutter. Worked well for pruning muscadine vines
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      THESE Titanium Coated Steel Blade Anvil Hand Pruner ARE A LITTLE HEAVIER THAN MY OLD ONES, WHERE AS THIS ONE HAS A MORE HEAVIER METAL GAUGE STRUCTURE . THE HANDLE GRIPS HAVE A NONE SLIP FINISH SOME KIND OF RUBBER PLASTIC MATERIAL, AS WELL AS SPRING LOADED I THINK, THE PRUNER STAYS OPEN UNDER SOME TYPE OF TENSION AND HAS A LOCKING LEVER TO KEEP IT CLOSED. THE GREAT FEATURE ON THESE PRUNERS, IS THAT THE CUTTING BLADE CAN BE REMOVED BY A NUT AND BOLT THAT HOLDS IT ON. YOU CAN EITHER REPLACE IT OR SHARPEN IT ON A BENCH GRINDER OR BY A HONING STONE .
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      This pruner set cuts larger diameter stems/branches well. The grip is comfortable in your hand a...
      This pruner set cuts larger diameter stems/branches well. The grip is comfortable in your hand and does not slip. The cutting edge was sharp when purchased. I cut through a number of shrubs just prior to spring and had no issues with its ability to cut. The action is smooth. It is advertised to cut up to 5/8" and in my experience it does this well. The only minus is that the lock to keep it closed was too tight and I could never move the lever to the lock position without using another tool of some type. You should be able to move the lever with your thumb/finger.
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      This Fiskars Anvil Hand Pruner is a good addition to your outdoor toolbox. I had a number of shru...
      This Fiskars Anvil Hand Pruner is a good addition to your outdoor toolbox. I had a number of shrubs that died due to the uncommon hard freezes in Houston last winter and this tool easily handled the trimming. They cut through the dead branches without much effort and the rubber grips were comfortable on the hands. The construction material and quality is excellent with the exception of one issue that brought the scores down - the safety lock was very difficult to latch and unlatch. The latch is just a fraction too long to easily slide open or closed (see pic). The problem is correctable with a few strokes of a metal file if you have one available but for a recognizable brand like Fiskars filing should not be needed. It may be that I got the "one" bad one. Overall this is still a good tool to have.
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      While these pruners are comfortable for your hands, they don't work well. The bed of clippers is ...
      While these pruners are comfortable for your hands, they don't work well. The bed of clippers is totally flat, unlike other pruners that have a channel for the blade to fit in. A channel would make all the difference in achieving a clean, sharp cut. The blade on this pruner just mashes the stem/branch against the flat surface so if you're cutting something that is at all stringy or has bark, you're going to have to make a second cut. The tab that flips to lock the clippers closed is just a tad too big to be able to get it into place using your thumb. You have to use a lot of muscle to get it in place (& sometimes you just can't) and that's not as it should be. All this being said, they easily handle branches 5/8" in diameter with a reasonable amount of force exerted.
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      Misaligned Jaws
      On cheaper pruners like this one, reviewers often say the jaws will bend out of alignment during use so the jaws no longer touch and cut well. That might be true, but for me, the misalignment was noticed right out of the box. There is too much clearance between the jaws and pin. I can easily twist the jaws out of alignment. See photo. I plan to return them.
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