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Kiru 15.4 in. Chrome-Plated Ibuki Steel Silky Blade with 13 ft. Pole 2-Section Telescoping Aluminum Pole Saw

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Notch Kiru Pole Saw features an oval profile with an ultra-lightweight aluminum construction. 2-section saw extends 13 ft. for maximum reach. Improved cam collar locks have rib lock protection. Quick-connect saw head allows for fast, tool-less assembly. Notch outfits the bottom pole with an abrasion-resistant, low-profile grip. Includes a 15.4 in. Silky Ibuki blade hard chrome-plated for durability and corrosion resistance with a custom-fit protective scabbard to keep the blade safe and sharp. Makes quick work of low-hanging cuts and its low weight allows for maximum maneuverability, efficiency and reach during use. This saw collapses in length to only 8 ft. (including head assembly) for easy storage. Notch covers this product with a limited lifetime warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
  • Features silky's aggressive yet smooth cutting 15.4 in. (390 mm) ibuki blade with protective scabbard
  • Abrasion resistant low-profile grip for enhanced control and ergonomics during pruning
  • Oval profile poles with ultra-lightweight rigid aluminum construction resists bending
  • Improved cam collar locks with rib lock protection
  • Quick connect saw head - no tools needed
  • Weighs just 5 lbs.



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Garden Center Tool TypePruning SawPruning SawPruning SawPruning Saw
Maximum Cutting Thickness (in.)8.57.78.58.5
Blade MaterialCarbon SteelHigh Carbon SteelCarbon SteelCarbon Steel
Blade Length (in.)1715.41717
FeaturesCoated Blades,Corrosion Resistant,Handle Grips,Replaceable Head,Serrated,Sheath Included,Telescoping HandleNo Additional FeaturesCoated Blades,Corrosion Resistant,Handle Grips,Replaceable Head,Serrated,Sheath Included,Telescoping HandleCoated Blades,Corrosion Resistant,Handle Grips,Replaceable Head,Serrated,Sheath Included,Telescoping Handle
Product Height (in.)19796301301
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Specifications

Dimensions

Blade Length (in.)
15.4
Handle Length (in.)
96
Product Depth (in.)
4
Product Height (in.)
96
Product Width (in.)
4

Details

Blade Material
High Carbon Steel
Features
No Additional Features
Garden Center Tool Type
Pruning Saw
Handle Material
Aluminum
Maximum Cutting Thickness (in.)
7.7
Product Weight (lb.)
5
Returnable
90-Day
Saw Type
Pruning Saw

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited lifetime warranty against defects in material and workmanship.

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Rigid pole provides long reach and sharp saw cuts quickly and cleanly. I’ve never enjoyed pruni...
Rigid pole provides long reach and sharp saw cuts quickly and cleanly. I’ve never enjoyed pruning trees. Straining your neck to look up, then having sawdust come down in your eyes. The Kiru pole saw can’t eliminate those annoyances, but it does make the job go faster! First of all the saw blade is SHARP and makes clean cuts quickly (see pic). Changing the length is easy - just flip the red latch open and slide the pole in or out. The pole is light enough that it wasn’t tiring even after 2 hours of trimming. And it’s sturdy! The oval cross-section and thick aluminum walls keep it rigid. Only at full extension does it begin to flex, and not enough to cause a problem. The katana-styled diamond pattern on the grip is comfortable and makes it easy to control the saw. When not in use a heavy-duty plastic sheath snaps into place to protect the saw blade. Everything about the Kiru Pole Saw is quality. Highly Recommend! Kiru 15.4 in. Chrome-Plated Ibuki Steel Silky Blade with 13 ft. Pole 2-Section Telescoping Aluminum Pole Saw by Notch Model # 2276-39
by RobDIY
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The best pole saw I've ever used, period. High quality pieces and excellent design without loppe...
The best pole saw I've ever used, period. High quality pieces and excellent design without lopper. With a pole saw, keep it simple and avoid ones with loppers attached. They just add weight and cause imbalance. This Notch branded saw is all pole saw, the way it should be. The product is made with very lightweight materials which really helps avoid fatigue. The shape of the pole is also clever in that the oblong shape of the pole keeps the pole firm in the direction of torque you apply while sawing. Round poles tend to bend and frustrate you. I measured 12ft, but I may not have had it extended fully. In any case, it is long enough for safe use. You really don't want to go too long otherwise it becomes difficult to use safely. The saw is sharp and shaped well. A blade cover that snaps on the head is also provided. This keeps it safe during storage. I've had the other ones that run maybe 1/4 the price. Something always seems to fail on those and they never work very well from the start. So I'm buying new ones too often. After 30 years of pruning in my wooded yard, I believe I found the one to last me the rest of my lifetime. Device made in Taiwan, blade made in Japan
by wxray
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the Notch Kiru 15.4 in is a very high quality tool. Arguably the best pole saw I have used. Its b...
the Notch Kiru 15.4 in is a very high quality tool. Arguably the best pole saw I have used. Its been a long time but I used to trim trees back in high school during the summer and lets just say the world has changed. It’s over kill for any home owner with just a few trees as these are designed for professional arborists. However if your into the best this will be the last pole saw you have to buy. The pole locks into the shortest and longest position which gives extra piece of mind if it ever gets stuck or snags. the shortest length is 8 feet with the blade attached. the blade can be removed easily and quickly if needed to either clean, replace, or store in a smaller space. The handle also comes apart into two sections but you won't get much space savings by doing so. It is 13 feet to end of the saw when fully extended. Of course the final reach depends in your height. I am six feet tall so my final reach is 21 feet. Its very comfortable to hold and well balanced. The blade is twice as thick as my current pole saw which helps prevent it from bending and binding as stress is put on the blade when cutting at odd angles. It still has a decent amount of flex. The pole adjusts quickly with one compression lever. So far has not slipped with a large amount of force pushed on it to mimic getting stuck in a branch. Definitely professional grade. My only complaint is I wish it came with a smaller branch pruner. I think it should at this price point even with the silky Ibuki blade. Hopefully an add on for newer models. As I said earlier if your only pruning a few trees a year and they aren't really large I would go with one that includes the pruning attachment.
by Joe_Seattle
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1 person found this helpful
I have tree limbs around the property that are hard to reach and need pruning. This is an easy to...
I have tree limbs around the property that are hard to reach and need pruning. This is an easy tool to use that helps me reach over dense brush and tall branches without the need for additional equipment. I pruned a few broken fir limbs and a larger maple limb with ease, I let the blade and gravity do most of the work. The adjustable pole is easy to use. The silky blade works very well, the pole grip is effective and high quality. The blade cover keeps me and my family safe while transporting or storing this tool.
by alwaysathomedepot
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1 person found this helpful
I can't say enough about the great design and quality of this saw. I got it to compliment my exte...
I can't say enough about the great design and quality of this saw. I got it to compliment my extending pole pruner which works great BUT I was constantly taking the blade on and off to use the lopping cutter. The first thing is the teeth on the cutting teeth are absolutely gnarly. You can tell at first glance they were designed to mean business. The cutting blade attaches to the extension pole with a high quality pop out button and bolt that goes through the blade and the handle. Once tightened that blade is not going to move. The handle has a long padded grip that is easy to grasp and hold even with gloves on. The saw cuts like crazy, I was able to make quick work of some dead branches that I needed to cut out of some trees. When you extend the handle to full length it snaps into place with a finger button and a clamp to lock it in place. Again, that extension will not slip like the twist to tighten one on my old pruner. The one downfall is the pop out finger button only has two positions, fully retracted and fully extended.
by gshoop
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2 people found this helpful
Like a hot knife through butter. Ok maybe not that fast, but it's so nice to have the right tool ...
Like a hot knife through butter. Ok maybe not that fast, but it's so nice to have the right tool for the right job. I love the detail touch of the handle wrapping styled like a katana sword. Nicely balanced and great length. Amazing cuts in both push and pull directions. Easy to expand with just one button to push. Simple latch on the blade cover for easy on off.
by MacKrafty
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This is an excellent top brand Pole Saw with famous "Silky" blade. If you ever used a "Silky fo...
This is an excellent top brand Pole Saw with famous "Silky" blade. If you ever used a "Silky folding hand pruning saw, you know the quality and exceptional sharpness and durability of their blade. This 13ft extension Pruning pole saw is in good company. But with one warning when using this pole saw. Here are some things to think about: 1) Pole saw itself is aluminum and made well and sturdy. BUT, really heed the warning stay away from power poles and do not even think about cutting tree branches that are close to powerlines. Power lines will arch over thru the aluminum pole if you are careless and disregard the warning that comes with the pole saw. Google it. . I plan to leave those to professionals. 2) I like the tightening lever that is easy to use and lock and unlock. Unlike my fiberglass pole saw where you have to turn to tighten and difficult to untighten. This Notch pole saw has an easy flip lever, and it holds tightly. 3) I was surprised that this Notch Pole saw actually felt lighter than my equivalent fiberglass handle pole saw. I extended both to the same length. 4) i did not have any sway or wobble with this Notch Pole saw, which I had with my fiberglass pole saw, so there is more control and less of the tiring sway. I like this alot. 5) The Silky blade gave an extremely clean cut that I know the tree itself will heal over well. Really clean smooth cut finish!! 6) This is an exceptional well made and should last very long. 7) The only thing it didn;t have was a small branch cutter with the pully rope. But I think with the Silky Blade of this Notch Pole saw it doesn't matter and at times its easier to move about the tree without it. 8) Interesting handle covering that is very Japanese handle look to it. I love that finish. 9) Comes with a nice well made plastic sheath to cover and protect you from the blade. Overall I will reach for this pole saw for those occasion on trees that are far away from high power lines and even away from residential lines too.
by Reversemidasman
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2 people found this helpful
Very sharp 13 foot branch cutting saw that is easy and safe to use. The handles have good grips, ...
Very sharp 13 foot branch cutting saw that is easy and safe to use. The handles have good grips, the extra sharp blades will cut through some difficult branches safely. Unlike a pole chain saw, this works fine without any electric cords or oil....just a nice manual saw that can be used standing on the ground or even on a secure ladder. The aluminum pole is strong and can be extended with a gripping sleeve. The blade is long enough that you can get a good cut with each stroke. Perfect for anyone with trees on their property that needs trimming.
by GLEN
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The Notch Kiru pole saw has a good shape for getting to and in-between limbs to cut them. It is m...
The Notch Kiru pole saw has a good shape for getting to and in-between limbs to cut them. It is made for small limbs and not for professional jobs. I think about a 3 to 4 inch limb is about the maximum for this tool. For anything larger than 4 inches, I would use a power saw. The blade is very sharp and I had no problem sawing through an estimated three inch limb. The assembled pole saw is light enough in weight to make it easy to hold up for long enough to cut through a limb. Perfect for trimming small limbs on the trees around my house.
by pacema
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LIGHTWEIGHT; EASY CUTS —The Notch Kiru 15.4 in. Chrome-Plated Ibuki Steel Silky Blade with 13 ft....
LIGHTWEIGHT; EASY CUTS —The Notch Kiru 15.4 in. Chrome-Plated Ibuki Steel Silky Blade with 13 ft. Pole 2-Section Telescoping Aluminum Pole Saw is a “real” pole saw. I have two others but they do not compare. Two reasons stand out as to why this pole saw is the best. First the aluminum pole is lightweight (only 5 lbs.) but strong which makes it easy to hold while pruning a branch above your head. Second, it uses a Japanese Silky Ibuki Steel blade which makes cutting almost effortless. It is easy to extend the second section of the saw to 13 feet. The instructions are clear and should be read before using the saw. It comes with a custom fit scabbard to keep the saw blade safe and sharp. I cut three branches of a maple tree and one of a dogwood tree. I am not a super strong person so I was amazed how easy it was to cut these branches which were at least 15 ft. above the ground. The pole is made in Taiwan but the blade is made in Japan.
by BarBQLuvR
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