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Model # Husky-18

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15 in. Steel Blade with 16-ft Telescopic Tree Pruner

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  • Lightweight 16' tree pruner with a double pulley system
  • Non-stick blade coating helps make the long reach cutting easier
  • Hooked saw with millling teeth for smooth and fast cuts
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About This Product

The Husky 16 ft tree pruner makes cutting high branches easier & faster with a sturdy, versatile tree trimming system featuring a double pulley design and an extra-long, extendable pole for easy use. No ladder needed, easily cut high branches up to 16 feet with extendable pole tree trimming system with secure double-locking mechanism ensuring pole stays extended. Includes a precision-ground steel pruner for cutting branches up to 1 1/4 inch thick with double pulley design and a 15 inch hooked saw for removing larger branches. Strong fiberglass pole is oval shaped and lightweight to greatly reduce flex and fit the natural shape of your hand for enhanced control.

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Product Information

Internet # 321621045

Model # Husky-18

Store SKU # 1008145747

Specifications

Dimensions: H 91.73 in, W 7.01 in, D 2.95 in

Dimensions

Blade Length (in.)

12 in

Handle Length (in.)

173.2 in

Product Depth (in.)

2.95 in

Product Height (in.)

91.73 in

Product Width (in.)

7.01 in

Details

Blade Material

Carbon Steel

Features

Coated Blades

Garden Tool Handle Style

Ergonomic

Handle Material

Aluminum

Maximum Cutting Thickness (in.)

1.25 in

Product Weight (lb.)

5.77 lb

Returnable

90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty

yes

Questions & Answers

12Questions
caret
Q:Can anyone advise type and size of the nut which attaches the blade to the head? Mine came off which means I cannot attach the blade. Thanks in advance.
by|Mar 23, 2024
1 Answer
Answer This Question

A:  Thank you for contacting with us, we would be happy to assist. The size of nut is M8*P1.25, if you can not find anys nuts to match it, we can replace and send you 2pcs, if you can, please send the consignee information to our service email: customerservicebonnie@hotmail.com , we will arrange it as soon as possible, thanks.

by|Mar 28, 2024
    caret
    Q:Purchased this a few months ago - rope is already broken - How do I fix this?
    by|Feb 10, 2024
    1 Answer
    Answer This Question

    A:  Thank you for contacting with us, we would be happy to assist. We are very sorry for the inconvenience to you, if you can, please replace it with a new one, thanks.

    by|Mar 27, 2024
      caret
      Q:How do you attach the saw
      by|Sep 24, 2023
      1 Answer
      Answer This Question

      A:  Thank you for contacting with us, we would be happy to assist. You can clik this link (https://www.youtube.com/watch?app=desktop&v=jl9A33rh34s&feature=youtu.be) to watch the video ,the second from 0.41 to 0.55 is shown how to attach the saw . Or you can find the product page (https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky-15-in-Steel-Blade-with-16-ft-Telescopic-Tree-Pruner-Husky-18/321621045 ) to check the instruction , hope we can help on you , thanks .

      by|Sep 25, 2023
        caret
        Q:What is the unextended length?
        by|Aug 30, 2023
        1 Answer
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        A:  Thank you for contacting with us, we would be happy to assist.The unextended length is 79.45 inch.

        by|Sep 22, 2023
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          Customer Reviews

          3.6 out of 5

          • 3.6 out of 295 reviews
          • 39% recommend this product
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          No replacement blade
          I had this for 6 months never cut anything larger than 1 inch with it and now it’s done and over with the blade broke off and there’s no replacement for it what a bummer. Should’ve just gone with something better
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            No good!
            The Pruning blade broke on the first cut. Do not buy.
            by
              1 found this review helpful
              Great for trees, shrubs or anything in between
              We have 4 small cherry trees and 3 large oak trees on our property. They can get out of hand pretty quickly. For the oaks I can't get too high, but with the saw I am able to reach up to about 15 feet. It's not easy and it is a bit difficult to control something that far away, but it is doable. For the cherry trees I use the lopper to cut the small branches down and keep the tree in check. I like to only extend one of the arms out for this purpose. But it's nice to know I can reach further if necessary. The saw blade has some pretty sharp teeth to it, easily able to get through a couple of inches of wood if necessary. The lopper is my preferred tool though, and I can usually cut about 1.5" with no problems. The string pulls the blade with no issues.
              by
              • Recommended
              1 found this review helpful
              Not durable
              First use, the head just snapped right off of the unit. I liked the fact that it was light weight compared to my old Fisker, but the aluminum shafts cannot take any kind of pressure. It did seem to cut well but the string pull feature did not seem to work very well for me. HD did replace it with a new one but I think I'm going to return this and get a Fisker. I cannot recommend.
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                1 found this review helpful
                Great for homeowners to trim small branches
                This Husky pruner is perfect for smaller branches, but nothing over one inch. The pruning saw can be used on larger branches, but care must be taken to avoid twisting or too much bressure on the blade. I have several pine and a few walnut trees in my yard. The walnuts like to grow random branches at various heights and I generally try to take them off before the get too big. I found that the lopper pruner struggles with anything over one inch in diameter. It takes a lot of leverage to cut through a green branch of decent size. Trying to do that with a plastic housing and a pull-rope is even harder. For the saw blade, just let the blade do the work on the pull action and it won't be as prone to breaking as others have experienced.
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                • Recommended
                2 found this review helpful
                Husky 16' Telescopic Tree Pruner
                This 16-foot Husky Tree Pruner is a handy tool to trim the smaller branches on your tree. The telescoping aluminum and fiberglass pole makes it easy to adjust the height of this pruner. A nice feature they have done is utilize an oval shaped pole design, made to make it easier to grip and hold the pruner in your hands while trimming the branches. The cutter on this tool uses a non-stick coating and the blade is hardened to keep the blade sharp for longer periods. On smaller branches up to 1 and a quarter inch thick, they can be cut using a block and tackle style cutter system, where you pull on the cord to close the blade and it cuts the branch. If you’re wondering how much force is needed to pull on the cord to cut the branch, the block and tackle system utilized, greatly reduces the force needed to move the cutting blade. For larger branches needing a trim, utilizing the hooked saw blade is easy to do. The hooked end prevents the saw from slipping off the branch. Making it easier to do the job. Overall, this tree pruner is a well thought out tool that makes tree trimming easier.
                by
                • Recommended
                Husky 16' Tree Pruner
                The Husky 16' Tree Pruner. This pruner is easy to use and adjust. It extends from 6 feet to 16 feet which allowed me to easily trim the trees in my yard. The overall weight is manageable and it appears to be well built. The lopper is sharp and was able to cut through 1/2 inch branches. Two things that would make this trimmer better are a tie off for the cord and being able to store the saw blade on the trimmer.
                by
                • Recommended
                Innovative design with a lot of great features
                Ordered the tree pruner to trim trees in the landscape without having to use a ladder. The pole is heavy duty constructed in an oval shape out of aluminum and fiberglass making it easy to handle and very strong. The hardened 16 inch steel blade is precision ground to be very sharp. The non-stick coating on the blade helps reduce friction making the cut easier. The blade also has a hook on the end to prevent the saw from slipping out of the cut. The saw is fastened to the pole with one wing nut straight out from the pole. I think the design could be improved with a more substantial fastener less likely to come loose while in use, and a means to adjust the blade angle. The pole telescopes at two places to adjust the length up to 16 feet high in 16 inch increments. The telescoping poles lock into place with pins, and there are two additional locks that snap in place to secure the pole at the selected length. The lopper blade is operated from the ground with a rope connected to a double pulley system that increases the force of the rope being pulled for easier lopping. The 1.25 inch lopper blade cuts well although it is a bit too narrow for trimming palm fronds. Overall I think it is an innovative design with a lot of great features backed by a lifetime warranty.
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                • Recommended
                2 found this review helpful
                A necessity for cutting tree branches
                I own some acreage which has numerous trees and brush that I’m trying to clear. An extendable tree pruner/saw will come in very handy for the higher cuts. The Husky tree pruner extends up to 16ft and possesses a 15” steel cutting blade with sharp teeth for larger tree branches and limbs and a hand actuated pruner for smaller limbs. It extends and locks firmly into place via the red tabs on the pole. The pole is lightweight, shout, smooth and feels like it is made of fiberglass. The saw blade is sharp and the smaller pruner blade easily handled any branches that I needed to cut. I like it.
                by
                • Recommended
                Fiberglass, metal and plastics
                Cannot provide 5 stars because it has a critical design flaw that will inevitably fail, and that is the plastic connection points for the saw blade. Saws are designed to be a repetitive motion with limited pressure exerted. However at the end of a 16 foot pole you will get binding tree branches on your saw and one of the two plastic nubs are going to break. At which point you have a tool that is only 50% useful, assuming you can get it out of the tree. Fortunately Husky has a lifetime warrantee. As mentioned it is made of fiberglass, metal and plastic. The pole is pretty excellent. Locks in place well when extended, there are independent notches along the metal pole and then a second locking mechanism holds the extended pole in place. I've used 3 other extension manual pole saws, but the others have all had fully metal heads and it was eventually the pole that ended up breaking (no longer locking in place). With this husky version I feel it will be the opposite, the pole will last a while but the cutting end will fail. But HomeDepot & Husky warrantee it, so if it does, that is where I will go to get a replacement.
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                1 found this review helpful
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