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Discussion in 'Lawn Mowing' started by Frontier-Lawn, Jun 19, 2005.
i just bought this and they are nice. Loppers
I've gotta pair of those. They're great.
Mine dulled in about 15 minutes and then the handles would not stay locked in any position.
Hope your's do better.
Mine are in the local landfill by now.
I have a couple of those and they are great.
Mine don't have the telescoping handles...they're just really long. I've gotta lot of time on mine...just as sharp!
Ti nitride blades carbon handles and Titanium hardware. Lol just kidding. but I did pay too much on the stihl loppers they work great though and are rebuild-able.
I just spent about $400 on hand tools (shovels, rakes, loppers, etc) today. Man that stuff adds up quick.
i went with fiskars on loppers but i have a very nice set of shears , that i will never get rid of, of that same brand , very nice tools!!
For a very good, professional grade of loppers or pruners, Felco's are #1. Check them out!