Model # LS-6PKG-6

Internet #202536694

Jameson 16 in. Tri-Cut Pruning Saw with 3 Fiberglass Poles
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Jameson

16 in. Tri-Cut Pruning Saw with 3 Fiberglass Poles

  • Versatile 3 pole system for trimming at a variety of heights
  • Aluminum ferrules with external leaf spring locking button
  • 16 in. tri-cut saw blade for clean, quick cuts with less wear
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Product Overview

  • Versatile 3 pole system for trimming at a variety of heights
  • Aluminum ferrules with external leaf spring locking button
  • 16 in. tri-cut saw blade for clean, quick cuts with less wear
Landscape package contains tools to handle tree trimming jobs. Pole ferrules allow any combination of poles with the pole saw to achieve different lengths, depending on the job. Pole saw features a tri-cut edge for a cleaner, more efficient cut. Saw head permanently mounted on six-foot pole.
  • Assembled dimensions: 6 in. W x 4 in. D x 72 in. H
  • Low profile head maneuvers through dense foliage
  • Light duty fiberglass poles have a hollow core and 0.10 in. wall thickness
  • 6ft saw head pole, 6 ft. base pole and 6 extension pole for 18 ft. total reach
  • Tri-cut saw blade for quicker, cleaner cut

Product Overview

  • Versatile 3 pole system for trimming at a variety of heights
  • Aluminum ferrules with external leaf spring locking button
  • 16 in. tri-cut saw blade for clean, quick cuts with less wear
Model #: LS-6PKG-6
Internet #: 202536694

Landscape package contains tools to handle tree trimming jobs. Pole ferrules allow any combination of poles with the pole saw to achieve different lengths, depending on the job. Pole saw features a tri-cut edge for a cleaner, more efficient cut. Saw head permanently mounted on six-foot pole.

  • Assembled dimensions: 6 in. W x 4 in. D x 72 in. H
  • Low profile head maneuvers through dense foliage
  • Light duty fiberglass poles have a hollow core and 0.10 in. wall thickness
  • 6ft saw head pole, 6 ft. base pole and 6 extension pole for 18 ft. total reach
  • Tri-cut saw blade for quicker, cleaner cut

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Name 21 in. Bow Pruning Saw Barracuda 16 in. Tri-Cut Replacement Pruning Saw Blade 16 in. Tri-Cut Pruning Saw with 3 Fiberglass Poles FG Series 3 to 21 ft. Fiberglass Pruner Pole System
Brand Fiskars Jameson Jameson Jameson
Ratings (137) (29) (226) (22)
Blade Material Steel
Maximum Cutting Thickness (in.) 6
Garden Center Tool Type Pruning Saw Replacement Handle/Blade Pruning Saw Tool Accessory
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Specifications

Dimensions

Handle Length (in.)
72
Product Depth (in.)
4 in
Product Height (in.)
72 in
Product Width (in.)
6 in

Details

Garden Center Tool Type
Pruning Saw
Handle Material
Fiberglass
Product Weight (lb.)
10 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Saw Type
Hand

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Products carry a warranty against any defect in material and workmanship for a period of one year from date of shipment.

Specifications

Dimensions

Handle Length (in.)
72
Product Depth (in.)
4 in
Product Height (in.)
72 in
Product Width (in.)
6 in

Details

Garden Center Tool Type
Pruning Saw
Handle Material
Fiberglass
Product Weight (lb.)
10 lb
Returnable
90-Day
Saw Type
Hand

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Products carry a warranty against any defect in material and workmanship for a period of one year from date of shipment.

Questions & Answers

Has anyone figured out any tricks to disengage the poles after they have been put together?

The poles fit very snugly and firmly together with the ferule that keeps them from slipping. However, I am having a difficult time getting the 3 poles back apart. They are so snug after sawing some limbs that they will not disengage from each other (even after disengaging the ferule that locks them together. Any suggestions?
Asked by: Homeowner
Try some WD 40 . An extra pair of hands really helps.also . Keeping the poles parallel when assembling or disassembling makes a huge difference.
Answered by: oldcrab
Date published: 2018-07-22

How do you sharpen the saw blade?

How do you sharpen the saw blade?
Asked by: SD
Due to the Tri-Cut design of this blade, they cannot be sharpened.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2018-07-22

Does this reach 18' heights?

Three 6' poles... presuming all attach together to reach a height of 18', correct?
Asked by: MsLaughsAlot
Yes, well over 18 ft with 16 inch blade plus your height. I'm a 73 yr. old man 5'11" 165 lbs. with bad hands, wrists & left arm & I can cut at head height. Trick is approaching cut vertically then back away when blade is on branch to a more horizontal top cut & safer position. The pole is not heavy but the length leverage needs controlling. I've used it with my Little Giant step ladder to cut well over 25 ft high.
Answered by: Don
Date published: 2018-12-09

The price on line says $90/ each. What does “each” mean in this context? I hope I am getting th...

The price on line says $90/ each. What does “each” mean in this context? I hope I am getting the entire pole with all three sections for $90. It can not mean $90 for each of the three pole sections I hope.
Asked by: Annoyed
The price includes three poles and the saw blade - they can be used as a single pole and saw blade - connected as double pole and saw blade - or all three poles can be connected together with the saw blade Saw blade is really sharp, so be careful
Answered by: Jim
Date published: 2018-07-22
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Customer Reviews

16 in. Tri-Cut Pruning Saw with 3 Fiberglass Poles is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 226.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Overall, I'm very pleased with this pole system. Light, fast cutting, easy to put together and ta... Overall, I'm very pleased with this pole system. Light, fast cutting, easy to put together and take apart, good diameter measure for my hands. I got tired of paying hundreds to trim my trees, and found that this makes easy work of tough jobs. The only negative is that when all three poles are together there is a bit of flex that can be annoying. You can see the flex in this video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8_chgGgGMq8
Date published: 2018-12-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very well made product speedily delivered. Would have given 5 stars but the 16" blade is hopeless... Very well made product speedily delivered. Would have given 5 stars but the 16" blade is hopeless - too thin and flimsy for high work. Replace with a sturdier 13" . Why are they marketing it with an inappropriate blade? Note: previous reviewers recommendation to use WD40 to ease fitting together and taking apart of poles is very wise.
Date published: 2019-01-22
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Overall, I'm very pleased with this pole system. Light, fast... Overall, I'm very pleased with this pole system. Light, fast cutting, easy to put together and take apart, good diameter measure for my hands. The only negative is that when all three poles are together there is a bit of flex that can be annoying. You can see the flex in this video. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8_chgGgGMq8
Date published: 2018-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 5 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2019-02-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great tool! Worked like a charm!... Great tool! Worked like a charm!
Date published: 2019-02-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fits my needs I found myself in need of a manual pole saw for pecan trees on the lot of our future retirement home. The only ones I could find in stores were too short, 12 to 15 feet. This one at 20 will do most of my trimming. My research said Jamison was a good product and after receipt and use, I'm satisfied. I used pole saws for many years working for Ma Bell and found those saws would run me between two and three hundred dollars, way more than my use called for. The cost, quality, and reach is there for me with this saw. It is sturdy, locks together firmly, and has the stability in the poles for light trimming, meaning maximum three to four inch limbs and pulling down dead limbs. I would have given five stars for this saw, keeping in mind limitations of its intended use, but for the supplied blade. In a word, it is flimsy. For very small limbs, its ok, but for cutting larger limbs it does not work well. I am going to purchase a thicker more rigid blade - and I'm ok with doing that because I cannot find anything better for the price and my intended use. After using several times, I can recommend this saw. But keep in mind your needs. If you want one that's light and sturdy with good reach, if you let it do the work on the back stroke, you should do fine, keeping in mind a better blade may a possibility.
Date published: 2013-05-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from much better than Fiskars I had been using the Fiskars pole saw which is prominently displayed at the Home Depot store. This Jameson saw that I ordered on their website is much better: The blade cuts more quickly, the Jameson is 4 feet longer, and the 3 sections clip securely together. With the Fiskars saw, you could not pull hard because the two telescoping poles would come apart. This Jameson cannot come apart no matter how hard you pull, to get a pinched blade out of a cut or to pull down a limb. The only problem I have had is that the sections got stuck together and were very hard to get apart. I solved that problem by rubbing oil on the aluminum parts. I don't know why Fiskars can't make a better blade for their pole saw. Their hand-held pruning saw has a very good blade, but the pole saw has an old-style blade that just doesn't cut very well.
Date published: 2015-07-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works like a charm, very little energy expelled to get superior results! I am a woman trying to keep up an entire yard by herself-front and back. So I have learned that any tools I purchase need to be light-weight and the business end needs to do the job! That is entirely the case with this saw. The poles are easy to attach and if I can lift, swing, fling, throw it up over even the largest branch, I can saw that sucker off !
Date published: 2013-05-14
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