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Model # LS-6PKG-6

0815963010375

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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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

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

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: XXX
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, easily. 18' for the pole + your height+ your arm extension above your head is the maximum reach. You can probably reach that high with just two of the three poles, which is easier making a cut. Even higher if you elevate yourself somehow and are comfortable with that (step ladder, etc).
Answered by: Jason
Date published: 2019-06-23

How do you sharpen the saw blade?

How do you sharpen the saw blade?
Asked by: SD
You can't sharpen the saw blade. But we have ours for 4 years and in heavy use, still works. Still bought a replace saw blade (just in case). It's not expensive.
Answered by: sue
Date published: 2019-04-11

How many teeth per inch on the blade?

How many teeth per inch on the blade?
Asked by: TRJ123
7 teeth per inch on blade. (Blade goes easy through my maple tree branches, 7,8 inch thick, also cut locust tree branches. In fact I bought a handsaw for easier to reach branches, works exactly the easy way too. I'm a 55 years old women)
Answered by: sue
Date published: 2019-04-11
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Customer Reviews

16 in. Tri-Cut Pruning Saw with 3 Fiberglass Poles is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 244.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It works well. I was able to take down... It works well. I was able to take down branches up to 30 ft high with a 6 ft step ladder. It does get more difficult the higher you go up but it is worth it if you have patience. I stopped after doing about 2-3 in a day for branches that high up. I am 6'3 and weigh 220 lbs so keep that in mind. With two poles it is much easier to take down a branch, even one 6"-8" in diameter. I like it. I was never able to reach branches that high with the old Fiskars extendable pole saw I had. One downside if you need a pruner for very small branches I think you need to purchase a separate attachment pole for that. You can only use this to cut the branches nearer into the trunk or thick because it is hard to get leverage on a very wobbly branch. I am thinking about buying the pruner attachment do I can get the small stuff really high up.
Date published: 2019-06-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is a quality well made product. The blade is scary-sharp, I nicked my thumb getting it out o... This is a quality well made product. The blade is scary-sharp, I nicked my thumb getting it out of the package! The sections go together securely, and I had no problem getting them apart. One clever feature of the locking pins is that they swivel off to the side of the hole a little to hold them up until you get the 2 holes aligned- then it securely drops in place. This is also helpful for getting the sections apart. The end that holds the blade is well designed- it allows for changing the blade angle relative to the pole. This is helpful for cutting at different heights, or in one of my cuts I was up on a bank and the limb was hanging out in front of me. The blade holder also has a handy hook with a notch- this worked well for getting a limb that was stuck up in a tree but was not attached.
Date published: 2019-04-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Awesome product, wish I'd have purchased this years ago! The blade is super-sharp and the section... Awesome product, wish I'd have purchased this years ago! The blade is super-sharp and the sections are very light. I've easily trimmed branches from 1/4" to 8" in diameter with it. The piece with the blade weights 2.6 pounds, the other two sections weigh 1.8 pounds each (green poles). It is very easy to control the 1 and 2-piece assemblies. Controlling all three pieces linked together takes some patience (because of the flex) and a bit of strength (due to the length), but I can deal with this since it saves me from climbing 18 feet in the air or paying a tree service to do the work. I understand that the yellow poles from Jameson are stiffer, but they are heavier and more expensive, so I'll live with the flex for the times I need the full 18 foot reach. The pieces fit together very snugly, which reduces flex, but makes for a bit of difficulty getting them apart. A small downside: the black rubber end kept coming loose; it wasn't glued on very well. With such a sharp blade, I wish a sleeve was available to protect it during storage, like some chain saws have. Also for easier storage, I'd like to have some kind of clip that would hold all three pieces together and allow them to be hung vertically, like I hang shovels, rakes... on the garage wall. A plus; this is made in the USA. I'd rate this five stars if it came with blade guard, storage clip, and the rubber bumper stayed put.
Date published: 2019-06-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The three, six foot sections are very easy to connect together if needing the full 18 feet of rea... The three, six foot sections are very easy to connect together if needing the full 18 feet of reach. This Jameson tree pruiner is very light weight, and having a sharp 16 inch cutting saw blade, with three positions. It actually saved me lots of time not having to use a tall ladder, nor the danger of using a chain saw.
Date published: 2019-04-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very nice build quality. Blade is SHARP! I have used... Very nice build quality. Blade is SHARP! I have used it to top out trees and have cut up to 5-6" branches in some of the oaks in my yard. No prob. Full extension is a bit wobbly. But that's to be expected. You just have to learn to use the wobble to your advantage. Still cuts just fine.
Date published: 2019-05-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This thing rocks. Have cut down limbs from several trees... This thing rocks. Have cut down limbs from several trees that I would have had to hire a professional for. The teeth are very sharp. The three poles securely and quickly attach to each other. It feels pretty light even when fully assembled. I'm happy with this purchase.
Date published: 2019-06-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Purchased this saw to work on defensible space on my... Purchased this saw to work on defensible space on my home in the Sierra Nevada. I have spent two days pruning Jeffery Pine tree limbs up to about 15’. I have cut through limbs up to 4” inches with this saw. So far it is flawless!
Date published: 2019-04-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Professional quality tool that works perfectly for cutting tree limbs. Blade is very sharp and p... Professional quality tool that works perfectly for cutting tree limbs. Blade is very sharp and poles are easily assembled and disassembled. Easily cuts limbs over 20' high. Very happy with this saw and highly recommend it.
Date published: 2019-06-18
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