Best pruning shears tool:
The global renown of our Best pruning shears tool/secateurs is easy to understand when you experience their smooth cutting action for the first time. The ergonomic form and contoured finger grips of the KISAN ONLINE immediately provide a safe, comfortable and reassuring feel. This is underlined by the robust, reinforced anvil blade – which is directly riveted onto the one-piece aluminum handle – ensuring the KISAN ONLINE is strong enough to tackle heavy-duty pruning. Rubber shock absorbers protect against wrist strain while rubber handles provide comfort. The micro-metric setting mechanism allows easy adjustment of the cutting head precisely to your own requirements, while maintaining the trademark clean KISAN ONLINE cut. The KISAN ONLINE is the best quality universal cutting and pruning tool for anyone who enjoys the sense of satisfaction that comes from a job well done.bestPruning shears tool, also called hand pruners (in American English), or secateurs (in British English), are a type of scissors for use on plants. They are strong enough to prune hard branches of trees and shrubs, sometimes up to two centimetres thick. They are used in gardening, arboriculture, plant nursery works, farming, flower arranging, and nature conservation, where fine-scale habitat management is required.
Loppers are a larger, two-handed, long-handled version for branches thicker than pruning shears can cut.
There is nothing roundabout in the way the revolving handle of the FELCO 12 spreads the load and deals with the stress on your muscles. A 30% reduction in the cutting force required –is not something you will dismiss at the end of a long day’s pruning. The FELCO 12 is an ideal tool for all hand sizes across the full range of pruning applications. From the first grip they will mould into an agile extension of your pruning hand. Rubber shock absorbers and an angled cutting head contribute considerably to the perceptible comfort of operation. With a fully adjustable cutting head, you will very soon wonder how you ever pruned without them.