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  • 3 piece kit
  • Includes #9143 Lopper & #9171 Hedge Shear & #9686 soft grip bypass pruner
  • Hardened Steel blades
  • Low friction coating for Smooth cutting
  • Soft grip touch points for comfort
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good find. also available at Target for same price:
https://www.target.com/p/fiskars-...A-16740852

but, if you do order Amazon, you might want to also consider this add on item:
https://www.amazon.com/Fiskars-So...th=1&psc=1
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good find. also available at Target for same price:
https://www.target.com/p/fiskars-...A-16740852

but, if you do order Amazon, you might want to also consider this add on item:
https://www.amazon.com/Fiskars-So...th=1&psc=1
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Why are reviews so bad (and specifically refer to bad cutting ability). Is this not on par with the well known Fiskars quality?
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Why are reviews so bad (and specifically refer to bad cutting ability). Is this not on par with the well known Fiskars quality?

For the loppers, they aren't the compound style, with the gear on it. So you really would have to use a lot of force to chop off a larger limb.

My loppers say 1.5" limbs, but I can cut 2" limbs no problem. I just have to squeeze a little harder and make an earlier cut on the branch to get the weight off the large cut.
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Reviews don't look that bad to me. Target reviewers give it 4.5/5 stars. Amazon reviews look bad, but 4 out of 6 reviewers gave it 5/5 stars. For the price, I'll take a shot. Can always be returned if the quality isn't up to par.
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Why are reviews so bad (and specifically refer to bad cutting ability). Is this not on par with the well known Fiskars quality?
Despite the Nordic heritage, Fiskars has been manufacturing in the Far East for many years. Their quality has slid to the level that only infrequent home owner use will keep their products out of the landfill.
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Why are reviews so bad (and specifically refer to bad cutting ability). Is this not on par with the well known Fiskars quality?
Fiskars makes both nice stuff in Europe and absolute junk in China. This is the Chinese junk made for walmart/target/etc.
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For the loppers, they aren't the compound style, with the gear on it. So you really would have to use a lot of force to chop off a larger limb.

My loppers say 1.5" limbs, but I can cut 2" limbs no problem. I just have to squeeze a little harder and make an earlier cut on the branch to get the weight off the large cut.
Used to have a very good one with a strange setup, the scissor portion had one sharp side and one blunt side that acted almost like a knife and cutting board. It made cutting a breeze. Haven't seen anything comparable in store. What lopper do you recommend?
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"Usually ships within 1 to 3 months."...WTF?!
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Used to have a very good one with a strange setup, the scissor portion had one sharp side and one blunt side that acted almost like a knife and cutting board. It made cutting a breeze. Haven't seen anything comparable in store. What lopper do you recommend?
Whenever feels good to you.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loppers
but the ones with extendable handles are probably best since they provide extra leverage and don't force you to bend at the waist when dealing with cutting down pieces to size once on the ground.
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I picked up a set of compound Fiskars loppers from Home Depot. I was able to put a dent in the large cutting blade on my first day of use. 2 dents, actually. I was snipping limbs and hit a couple knots and powered through, but - I didn't expect wood to dent a metal blade....
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I bought a pair of Fiskars hand pruners this season. They sucked straight out of the box. Rough open / close and the safety was very difficult to engage /disengage. Definitely not the quality I was used to nor expecting. Pass
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I picked up a set of compound Fiskars loppers from Home Depot. I was able to put a dent in the large cutting blade on my first day of use. 2 dents, actually. I was snipping limbs and hit a couple knots and powered through, but - I didn't expect wood to dent a metal blade....
I've dented a couple of those Fiskars hatchets using them on nothing but wood. They are basically disposable, I was amazed at the cheap metal. (Moved on to Gransfors now though.)
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Big Lots have better deals for these around 15.
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