- 1-Inch/ 2.5 cm cutting capacity
- Tri-lobe shaped grip for grip for comfort
- Fully forged for strength and durability
- Forged high carbon steel blades stay sharp longer. sharp longer
- Perfect for smaller, ornamental bushes, trees, and plants.
If you need to cut a limb larger than 3/4 of an inch thick, use a lopper instead of damaging your hand pruner.
This tool is a larger version of the hand pruner and some models will cut limbs up to two inches in diameter. Loppers are usually bypass style, but anvil style loppers can be found. There's also a ratchet-action lopper that's cranked close like a car jack, allowing you to cut much larger branches. Lopper handles may be of straight grained ash or hickory. Solid steel handles add strength and overall weight. Tubular steel or fiberglass, are lighter and often as durable as metal versions. Look for handles with rubber cushions to absorb shock.
This tool is great for getting to hard to reach areas.
Ames True Temper lopper has a tri-lobe shaped grip for comfort and control. Forged high carbon steel blades stay sharp longer. Small bypass lopper perfect for smaller, ornamental bushes, trees, and plants. Fully forged for strength and durability.
This is a telescoping model giving it extra performance value.
This sucker will cut up to three inches!
This is a heavy duty anvil lopper.
LOOKS SMALL BUT IS A POWERHOUSE!
This Fiskars lopper is one of my favorite tools in my tool shed.