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1. Corona Clipper BP-6240 Professional
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2. Corona Clipper GS-6750 Professional
$59.99 list($68.19)
3. Corona Clipper AL824026" Professional
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4. Corona Clipper TP-3841 Compound
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5. Corona Clipper GT3050 Extendable
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6. Corona Clipper GT3090 Extendable
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7. Corona Clipper FL-3420 Compound-Action
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8. Corona Clipper FL-3460 Compound-Action
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9. Corona Clipper RS-7120 Rigid Saw
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10. Corona Clipper GT3060 Extendable
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11. Corona Clipper HS-6920 Hedge Shears
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12. Corona Clipper WL-6361 Professional
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13. Corona Clipper AH6950 Professional
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14. Corona Clipper RP3230 Ratchet
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15. Corona Clipper TP6850 Professional
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16. Corona Clipper AP3110 Anvil-type
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17. Corona Clipper WL-6461 Professional
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18. Corona Clipper BP-3160 Homeowner
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19. Corona Clipper CH7720 Professional
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20. Corona Clipper SL-3310 Bypass

1. Corona Clipper BP-6240 Professional Bypass Pruner
list price: $32.99
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B00004R9YO
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Corona Clipper Company
Sales Rank: 7749
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Co-molded, broad-shouldered, Corobond handles for natural fit, secure grip, and less pressure
  • Durable, stable, pruner slices through high-density branches and deadwood
  • Exclusive, Coronium-steel alloy blades; shock-absorbing bumper;
  • Precision-machined, self-aligning pivot bolt; extra-large bearing surface
  • 45-degree head-to-handle cutting angle for less hand/wrist fatigue plus greater comfort

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Very good, stays sharp!
Great pruners! I have used these for over a month now, they are still sharp and cut with ease. I've trimmed all the weeds, tree's and cut along the walkway in our yard.... they cut great, I can't say enough good things about these pruners. One thing I like is they never seem to dull. My neighbor's borrowed them for a few days, they bought a pair so I was lucky to get mine back. A great value, very good pruners.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best
I have used these clippers enough by now to say they are the best I have ever used. The angle of the blades is so much more useful than the straight ones. The quality is outstanding.

18 months later and I still think these are the best clippers. Yes, it helps to have long, strong fingers. No shame in using two hands, especially when you can cut larger branches than the 1 inch promised.

5-0 out of 5 stars Maybe I need a support group
My introduction to the Corona Clipper Company came utterly by chance when I bought their Homeowners 1/2" pruner simply because it was the first one I saw. I was so thoroughly impressed with the quality of that pruner that I've since added about a half dozen different Corona tools to my collection, and I want even more!

As good as their Homeowner models are, the Professional series has a host of valuable improvements. Ergonomically, the angled cutting head makes for a slightly more comfortable cutting position, and the handles are thicker, so it's a little more comfortable to hold. And joy - the Professional series has a different type of locking clasp that's not nearly as fickle as on the Homeowner's series (my only real complaint about that line of pruners is the rather unreliable clasp).

What continually impresses me about Corona's tools is how well they're designed and manufactured. Compare this pruner to pruners that look similar, from companies like Fiskars, and the difference in the quality of the materials and construction is incredibly obvious. The thickness of the blade is a good way to compare brands - Corona's beefy blade is twice as thick as some other brands, so you know it's going to be more durable, less likely to break or wear prematurely. This pruner has a heft and solidity and smoothness of movement that other, less expensive brands lack, and it's this overall level of quality and substantial feeling that makes it a tool that will outlast its competition. When you really bear down on it to slice through a limb, the tool doesn't flex, give, or yield in any measure; it remains solid and just does what it's supposed to, every time. Yes, they cost a little more, but you really do get what you pay for.

A word of advice...if you're thinking about getting one of the larger models - the 3/4" or 1" capacities - you better have big hands, because they open pretty wide and it can be difficult to apply enough pressure to cut a branch if you don't have long (and strong) enough fingers to hold and squeeze the handles. Don't just assume that, "Well, if I get the 1-inch model, I'll be able to cut bigger branches! Life will be grand! I'll be the envy of my neighbors!", because if your hand isn't large enough to span the handles when you open the pruner around that one-inch branch, you'll end up having to use two hands, one on each handle, pressing together, and when your neighbors see that awkward maneuver, they'll hardly be envious. They may even snicker a little. ... Read more


2. Corona Clipper GS-6750 Professional Grass Shears
list price: $0.00
our price: $20.99
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Asin: B00004R9YH
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Corona Clipper Company
Sales Rank: 14630
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Blade rotates and locks into 3 distinct postions for clean, easy cutting
  • Vinyl coated handles for comfort
  • Positive safety lock

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Clipper
This clipper is a big scissors, that's all. There's no rotation of the blades relative to the handle, as the ad on Amazon says. My pair is OK, but the spring is a real workout machine, and I'm wondering how to lighten it a bit. I find that the shears gum up with grass juice very quickly, and then the blades bind (won't open with the spring). I carry a wrung-out rag while I'm trimming and wipe the blades quite often to keep them free of drying grass juice. This works, and I'm able to keep on snipping for as long as I want. The shears are sharpenable, and the construction seems strong. I really would like to ease that spring -- that stiff spring is really my only beef with these. ... Read more


3. Corona Clipper AL824026" Professional Stratashear Bypass Lopper with 2-1/2" Cutting Capacity
list price: $68.19
our price: $59.99
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Asin: B00004TKJJ
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Corona Clipper Company
Sales Rank: 4984
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Unleash the power of Corona's new Stratashear technology with this 26-inch bypass lopper. Stratashear 3 is a patented three-stage formula used to reduce friction. Here's how it works: Corona starts with a radial arc, forged Coronium steel alloy blade. A metal alloy is permanently fused to the blade's surface, ensuring abrasion resistance. The fluropolymer layer gives the blade nonstick, continuous blade lubrication. The result? Cutting is up to 32% easier, so you sweat less, work less, and spend more time sipping lemonade. The bypass blades can be resharpened, and the light, sturdy aluminum handles feature Corona's ShockStop bumpers to reduce fatigue. This model has a 2-1/2-inch cutting capacity; Corona also makes a Stratashear lopper with a 1-1/2-inch cutting capacity. Limited warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • Self aligning pivot bolt and patented all steel locking nut
  • 2-1/2-inch diameter cutting capacity with 26-inch overall length
  • StrataShear blade treatment accelerates cutting action - reduces force cut up to 32%
  • Forged slant ground hook with self cleaning sap groove
  • High strength spin on aluminum handles

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Son of Felco -- on steroids
My older locally-purchased version of this American-made lopper, essentially the same except for the handle attachment and uncoated blade, has served well for more than five years. Precisely-machined forged steel hook and removable blade (pinned like the Swiss Felco cutters) give consistently clean cuts, easy maintenance, and great durability. The handles are light and durable, with comfortable grips. The only thing I'd change is the handle color -- it's too easy to overlook them in the greenery. ... Read more


4. Corona Clipper TP-3841 Compound Action Tree Pruner
list price: $62.95
our price: $54.99
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Asin: B00004R9XV
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Corona Clipper Company
Sales Rank: 3168
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Die cast zinc alloy pruning head
  • Teflon coated cutlery steel bypass blade with 1" diameter cutting capacity
  • Compound action pulley system
  • Fiberglass pole telescopes to 12' with twistlock adjustment, non-slip cushioned grip

Reviews (2)

1-0 out of 5 stars Screw strips out with normal use.
The metal strips out that a screw that holds the balde turns into. The blade and tool can then not be used and the tool becomes useless. This occured with below normal home use.

4-0 out of 5 stars Cuts tree limbs great ....but..
I thought about purchasing this item through ... but found it for less than the ... price listed at the time of this review.
None the less, this product does a pretty good job at cutting and extending to lengths that reach most of the limbs of a reasonably sized tree found in yards of most residences.
There were two things that stood out as far as dealing with this item. The minor of these is that the saw blade that is attached to the working end of this pole seems a bit too flexible. Would have been nice if it was made of sturdier metal. It was good however once you get a start in the cutting of the tree limb! Nice and sharp!
The second, more troublesome aspect, was that the screw-down, that keeps the pole from extending (more than your desired length) would sometimes allow the pole to slip through during the cutting of a limb. Hopefully, with use, this will eventually no longer occur.
Other than that, the foam grip area on the lower portion of the pole makes for a really great grip when in use.
And as far as the pruning blade goes; it was very easy to trim small branches!
While purchasing this item I saw others that had plastic/nylon parts. This one has metal (where the saw and prunining mechanism are attached).
Overall, I would say this is a good product to take care of most of your tree branch cutting needs. ... Read more


5. Corona Clipper GT3050 Extendable Handle Rake
list price: $0.00
our price: $14.99
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Asin: B00004TKJO
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Corona Clipper Company
Sales Rank: 5930
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Lightweight, strong, aluminum handles
  • Infinite handle length adjustment from 18 through 32 inches
  • Fully heat treated head
  • Chip resistant carbon dioxide coating

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Good quality
I use mine for clearing leaves and other debris from in bushs and around plants. It is great for those purposes. The idea of using it for a yard rake is totally rediculous.

3-0 out of 5 stars My 5 year old liked it anyway
Someone claims to have raked 1/2 acre with this? I wonder how long that took? 2 days? This rake is very tiny. My daughter likes to play in the sand with it, and it is just the right size for that. It is not a full sized rake. The quality is okay, though.

5-0 out of 5 stars A "Jewell" of a Tool
From the moment I pulled this out of the box, I knew it would quickly become one of my favorite garden tools. The painted finish is excellent, high quality, and the telescoping mechanism works great with a positive "click" to set it at any convenient length. Great bang for the buck...if you're looking for a versatile hand tool it would be hard to beat this one!

5-0 out of 5 stars Corona Clipper GT3050 , cheap, reliable, sturdy.
I purchased this rake at a local hardware store since it was the cheapest, the quality is awesome, I raked my whole back yard (1/2 acre) and it worked great. I have had it for a few months and it hasnt broken or anything, not much else to say about a rake. ... Read more


6. Corona Clipper GT3090 Extendable Handle 3-Tine Hoe
list price: $0.00
our price: $14.99
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Asin: B00004TKJS
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Corona Clipper Company
Sales Rank: 19275
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Amazon.com Review

Take the backache out of your garden work and stand tall as you break up troublesome clods of dirt with this extendable-handle, three-tine hoe from Corona Clipper. With a simple twist, this hoe's lightweight aluminum handles adjust between 18 and 32 inches, making it quick and easy to improve your posture and keep your knees out of the dirt. This durable tool can take a good deal of punishment yet maintains its considerable strength, even when fully extended. The attractive chip-resistant carbon-dioxide coating on the hoe's three sharp tines will not rust. The thick handle and ferrule are ribbed for a nonslip grip that is comfortable even after hours of labor. A metal ring is included to hang this tool in your garage or tool shed between uses. ... Read more

Features

  • Comfortable grip and ferrule
  • Lightweight, strong, aluminum handles
  • Infinite handle length adjustment from 18 through 32 inches
  • Fully heat treated head
  • Chip resistant carbon dioxide coating

7. Corona Clipper FL-3420 Compound-Action Anvil Lopper
list price: $0.00
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B00004R9Y2
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Corona Clipper Company
Sales Rank: 7964
Average Customer Review: 3.71 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 24" fiberglass handles, extra long 12" non-slip foam grips
  • Compound-action anvil lopper
  • 2" diameter cutting capacity
  • Four-bar compound linkage triples your cutting power
  • Resharpenable, TeflonĀ® coated high-carbon steel blade

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars replacement blades and anvil
I love this loppers and it took me awhile but I found the replacement blades. Call Corona toll-free, phone number listed at their website coronaclipper.com. These items are not listed on their website-Part #FL3420-1 (blade) and #FL3420-2 for (anvil). Hope this helps!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Yes, you can get new blades
Great tool for general pruning. Do not believe reviews downgrading this product due to alleged false claims regarding blade replacement.
Those blades are available. I just purchased one. It is about $.... Buy it and have fun pruning.

3-0 out of 5 stars Great Clipping!
I love to use this anvil lopper. It makes trimming SOOO easy. But now I'm disappointed because there is no replacement blade to be found. The product still advertises replaceable blades- I just saw them in the store! That's not right!

4-0 out of 5 stars Good lopper but replacement blade is not available!
I really liked this lopper. I've had it for over 2 Years and worked it really hard. Unfortunately, I loaned it to my neighbor and he gave it back to me with a couple of large chips in the blade which makes it difficult to make a clean cut through a limb of any size. Sure wish I cold get as replacement blade! If replacement blades were available, I'd rate this lopper as 10 Stars!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Tool
I've used one of these for almost three years and made MANY THOUSANDS of cuts - oak branches, whitethorn, manzanita, and also dead wood. Mine are getting a little long in the tooth, but still cut well after sharpenings with a flat file. This is one of my favorite hand tools. ... Read more


8. Corona Clipper FL-3460 Compound-Action Bypass Lopper
list price: $0.00
our price: $38.99
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Asin: B00004R9Y1
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Corona Clipper Company
Sales Rank: 12648
Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

The Corona Clipper compound-action bypass lopper will tackle branches up to 2 inches in diameter. Its 24-inch handles--combined with its four-bar compound linkage--triple your cutting power, while its 12-inch nonslip foam grips make it easy on your hands. The Teflon-coated, high-carbon steel bypass blade can be resharpened. ... Read more

Features

  • 2-inch cutting capacity
  • Triple cutting power
  • Can be resharpened
  • Slant-ground hook with sap groove

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Haircutting Tool on the Market
We was in a crisis over in Skunk Holler (which is a suburb of Moonshine Holler). Ned the Barber was fed up with wearin' out all his shears and scissors on his clientele (and we're a hairy bunch) to the point he was thinkin' about shuttin' down. Can't be no civilization without a barber, so I lended Ned my CORONA CLIPPERS.

And these just ain't any ol' clippers. With 24-inch handles and a cutting diameter up to two inches Ned has the leverage and power he needs to slice through shaggy manes that ain't been combed in years. Heck, flat-top, buzzcut, crewcut, or mullet, Ned can create any look you want with just a couple of snips. And with nonslip foam grips he don't make the unsightly mistakes he once did with his rusty scissors. Cousin Buford is so taken by Ned's skill with this lopper that he even goes in to get his back and armpits trimmed (of course, Buford's got thyroid problems that seem to kick up during a full moon).

This product has a long name, but it saved our little town. CORONA CLIPPER FL-3460 COMPOUND-ACTION BYPASS LOPPER. You know, Uncle Cy had to have a bypass, but I never figured it had to do with clippers. And all of us here in Skunk Holler thought Coronas were green bottles of beer. Sure proved us wrong, by golly!

4-0 out of 5 stars A GOOD REPUTATION
This is a solid tool. With hollow fiberglass handles it weighs almost nothing.I do not however recommend this tool for the small yard homeowner.These are very big and awkward loppers. With 24'' handles you really get the reach out of them but,in most cases this size lopper is just too large.It is a fine quality tool that will last a lifetime if maintained properly.If you intend to just putt around the yard or garden doing seasonal pruning. This tool might not be your best bet.Amazon offers a big selection of corona tools so, find the tool that fits your needs best. Now get out there and do some major pruning.

5-0 out of 5 stars A really nice tool
This tool behaves exactly as advertised and then some. The handles are super comfortable, even after using the tool all day. The compound action really does make it easy to cut through even the largest branches and vines. The rubber stop prevents jarring.

This is the best lopper I have ever used. ... Read more


9. Corona Clipper RS-7120 Rigid Saw With Curved Blade
list price: $0.00
our price: $21.99
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Asin: B00004R9YE
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Corona Clipper Company
Sales Rank: 10084
Average Customer Review: 4.25 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Blade cuts cleaner and faster without binding
  • Whetstone-ground and hardened teeth stay sharp longer
  • 10" blade cuts on the pull stroke, saws green or dry wood with ease

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars I can't compare it to japanese pull saws but...
As far as I'm concerned this saw is great. It's sharp, it cuts well, I think the curve of the blade actually helps with cutting 2-4 inch hardwood trees. Maybe as a previous reviewer mentioned it is too thick but it works well for me. I can cut through a 3 inch cherry branch (I've done this numerous times now) while basically hanging in the tree and I'm done in less than 30 seconds. No I'm not exaggerating. Try doing that with your typical handsaw.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good, but not great
I purchased this saw and a Fiskars 93626935 PowerTooth Folding Saw at the same time. While this is a larger saw, I still end up using the Fiskars more often. They are more portable (and safer because the blade folds away) and do as good of a job on anything less than 2-3." For anything larger than 3" a bow saw (poperly tensioned) can beat the nonsense out of a clipper in handcutting. But I will saw that a bowsaw is akward up IN a tree, and that therefore there is a nice place for clippers in tight pruning spots. Still given a choice, the Fiskars beat this any day.

5-0 out of 5 stars Highly functional, versatile saw
I have a few of these and I really put them to the test.

I also have other, larger pruning saws, but these small saws are very handy.

When properly cared for (oiled to prevent rust, sap/pitch removed) they last for a long time.

I can cut through a 6" Oak branch with one of these in minutes. Keep it sharp, develop the arm/shoulder strength and coordination, and you will be surprised-perhaps amazed-at what you can do with this implement.

My experiences and perspectives seem to be rather different than the previous poster. I disagree in regards to the blade shape, thickness, and coarseness.

SHAPE
The curved blade is, in my opinion, a good design. I also have saws from Fanno (another maker of quality pruning eqpt.) and they are all curved. In fact, all my common pruning saws, from 13-24" have curved blades.

I have a large timber saw (think 3'long 1man version of the traditional 6' two man "misery whip") and a folding saw with straight blades, but these are the minority. The short, straight saw is very useful when pruning the unwanted branch or trunk from a "Y" or double trunk, but that is about all I use it for. The timber saw is used much like a bucksaw and the straight blade is fine for that purpose.

The curved blade serves two purposes. 1 It helps you maintain a straight line around the branch. I am sometimes in an awkward position, straining, and/or exerting strenuously when pruning. The curved blade wraps, to some extent, around the blade and helps maintain a straight cutting line.

A straight cut isn't terribly important when making the initial cuts on a large branch (1st cut removes weight from branch), but is very important for the final cut. The final pruning cut should be straight and consistent-just outside the branch collar.

2. It grabs the branch on the pull stroke and helps cut more effectively. With a straight blade, the saw would, to an extent, ride on the branch. With the curvature, the blade digs in.

My long pole saw also has a curved blade. I rely on the curved blade particularly with a pole saw-it greatly increases the effectiveness. The curved tip also helps me grab onto a branch to dislodge it if it falls into a crotch or other difficult location. I can't envision doing all my pruning with straight blades.

THICKNESS
I don't find the blade to be too thick. A pruning saw is subjected to much rougher treatment than a woodworking saw. While a thinner blade would cut faster, it would also be prone to damage. I keep my saws very sharp and they cut well. I don't recall ever thinking; "Hmmm, if this blade were thinner I would be through this branch already..." More like; "I enjoy using this saw, it is an extension of my body and has never failed me..."

COARSENESS (# teeth per inch)
The number of teeth per inch are also suitable. Yes, a crosscut saw for woodworking would have fewer teeth per inch. Woodworking pieces need finer edges for appearance, joinery, etc. That isn't a concern with pruning. As long as one doesn't tear out a large piece of bark, all is well. I also think that the wet, pulpy nature of living wood would clog a finer pattern.

It feels very good to cut branches with hand tools-chainsaws are noisy, foul-smelling beasts.

I also use this saw for rough cutting of 2x4 and 2x6 lumber.

4-0 out of 5 stars Japanese-pattern saws FINALLY hit the mass market
Most handsaws suck. Disgustingly. I have been risking ruin to my Japanese-pattern woodworking saws for years by using them as pruning saws. They have sharp teeth like chisels, cut only on the pull stroke (this puts the oh-so-thin blade into tension, keeping it straight and flat), and cut with mind-boggling speed. Well, this isn't one of them, but it's a step in the right direction. The teeth are not fine enough for what's always going to be used as a crosscut saw, and supposedly always for pruning. The blade is about two times too thick, if not four, but I suppose that they were 1) scared of people who didn't understand that one should apply NO PRESSURE WHATEVER on the push stroke, 2) ignorant, or 3) trying for greater durability and less chance of the thing losing a tooth. The curve in the blade is MAYBE useful in pruning thinner branches, but in my opinion is WORSE than USELESS and merely an attempt to make an unfamiliar tool look familiar. It seems to be no help in cutting thinner branches, and in felling small trees or cutting tree limbs it's a complete, utter PAIN IN THE ARSE. Despite all these shortcomings, this is a much better pruning saw than any I've seen on the mass market. I suspect that Takagi or someone will eventually sell a better one: thinner blade, smaller teeth that don't get caught so easily (really, they don't), etc. It's a good first step. ... Read more


10. Corona Clipper GT3060 Extendable Handle Hoe
list price: $0.00
our price: $14.99
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Asin: B00004TKJP
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Corona Clipper Company
Sales Rank: 4303
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

If your garden presents you with a long row to hoe, this Corona Clipper extendable-handle hoe may be just what you need. When collapsed, this hoe measures just over 2 feet in length and serves as a perfect tool for the kneeling gardener. With a twist of the sturdy metal shaft, it extends to slightly over 3 feet long, making it easier to work while standing or reach the far-off back rows of your garden. Unlike some products with extendable shafts, this mostly metal hoe maintains its strength even when stretched to its full length. The metal head is extremely tough and includes both a solid blade that can be used to create garden rows and a sharp tri-tipped edge, useful for breaking up those troublesome clods of dirt or raking together piles of debris. This handy tool also includes a comfortable nonslip handle and a metal ring for easy hanging in your tool shed or garage. ... Read more

Features

  • Comfortable grip and ferrule
  • Lightweight, strong, aluminum handles
  • Infinite handle length adjustment from 18 through 32 inches
  • Fully heat treated head
  • Chip resistant carbon dioxide coating

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars The best hoe out there
My garden was a formidable obstacle... that is, until I purchased the Corona Clipper GT3060 Extendable Handle Hoe.

The most attractive feature of this is hoe is that it can collapse to 2 feet in length ' perfect for Lawn Gnomes and other vertically challenged people. Wrap your hands around the metal shift, and with a gentle twist, the hoe grows to over 3 feet long! While the extendable shaft is what originally drew me to this hoe, the "infinite handle length" claim was perhaps a bit boastful.

Next time your weekend "to do" list consists of creating garden rows, or raking together piles of debris ' make sure you bring this hoe with you. The Corona Clipper GT3060 Extendable Handle Hoe is a hoe that all your neighbors will want to try out. ... Read more


11. Corona Clipper HS-6920 Hedge Shears
list price: $0.00
our price: $39.99
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Asin: B00004R9YB
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Corona Clipper Company
Sales Rank: 4216
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 8" drop forged steel alloy blades, top blade serrated
  • Sturdy fine-grain wood handles
  • Limb notch

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars A LIFETIME TOOL
This is a fine quality tool. With proper maintenance, I can see these shears lasting a lifetime. I've been using my set for two years now.I've even thinned out some rather thick and woody stuff and so far, with flawless performance.Remember to clean the tool when you are finished,lubricate them and always maintain a sharp edge.With that in mind, these guys will last forever.I do recommend this set of shears. Now get out there and shear that hedge. ... Read more


12. Corona Clipper WL-6361 Professional Bypass Lopper
list price: $59.99
our price: $43.99
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Asin: B00004R9Y5
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Corona Clipper Company
Sales Rank: 10698
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Corona's professional heavy-duty bypass lopper is the Cadillac of loppers. A compact 26 inches long, with tapered hickory handles, the lopper has blister-deterring nonslip grips. The forged Radial Arc bypass blade has a 1-1/2-inch-diameter cutting capacity. The lopper also boasts a slant-ground hook with a self-cleaning sap groove for consistently smooth cutting. We have to admit, however, that we're really wowed by the neoprene ShockStop shock bumpers. Side by side with other bumpers we've tested, the ShockStop shock bumpers prove to be distinctly superior in effectiveness and durability. This is the smallest model of the heavy-duty bypass lopper; the larger versions are 30 and 36 inches long. ... Read more

Features

  • Tapered, bolt on hickory handles, non-slip grips
  • 26" length, 1-1/2" diameter cutting capacity with 24" overall length
  • Forged Radial Arc. bypass blade
  • Slant ground hook with self cleaning sap groove
  • Self aligning pivot bolt--neoprene ShockStop. bumper

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Really nice loppers
I've had a set of these for years and they work great. The wood handles flex nicely but don't break. Easily cuts through a 1 inch limb and slightly larger. Larger than that get a pruning saw. Also should you break the handles, replacements are easy to attach, two bolts and you are done. ... Read more


13. Corona Clipper AH6950 Professional Aluminum Handle Hedge Shear w/Serrated Blade
list price: $57.78
our price: $42.99
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Asin: B0001Q2WDG
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Corona Clipper Company
Sales Rank: 21097
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Features

  • Forged-in bumper w/Neoprene
  • 8" resharpenable, forged steel alloy blades
  • Lightweight, high-strength elliptical aluminum handles 21" long
  • Limb notch in lower blade
  • Unique 30 degree angles comfort non-slip grips

14. Corona Clipper RP3230 Ratchet Action Pruner with Molded Grip
list price: $14.99
our price: $10.99
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Asin: B00004R9YV
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Corona Clipper Company
Sales Rank: 2449
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • 3/4" diameter cutting capacity
  • Power multiplying ratchet action for easy cutting
  • Suitable for right and left hand use
  • Non stick coated blade for smooth cutting and easy cleaning

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars FABULOUS FLORIAN RACHET CUT
MY WIFE HAS TROUBLE WITH HER HANDS. ITS NOT STRONG ENOUGH TO CUT BRANCHES WHEN WE DO OUR GARDENING. I GOT THE RACHET CUT AT A FOOD & PRODUCTS SHOW AND ITS FABULOUS. SHE CAN NOW CUT ANY SIZE BRANCH WITH THIS PRODUCT. SHE STILL HAVE TROUBLE USING OTHER KINDS OF CUTTERS.

4-0 out of 5 stars Cuts smooth and clean
I'm really glad I tried out this pruner. It is the best I've had so far and I have 60+ roses to prune. I haven't had it long enough to rate it's durability but I do know it cuts smooth and clean. And it cuts through some hefty canes. Be sure to remember it has rachet action and let go and reapply pressure for your cut. Excellent pruner for the price.

3-0 out of 5 stars Ratchet Pruners are the Best-but not this one!
Being female, I use ratchet pruners in yard work because they allow me to cut thicket stems without muscle strength. The price of these pruners was right, so I ordered a pair. Imagine my surprise when I realized my hand wasn't large enough to allow the mouth of the pruners to open more than an inch. These pruners will only open to their full size for a person with very large hands. My hands are a size seven. Even my husband, who has size 9 hands, complained that he had to let the grip on one side go before placing the pruner on a branch. Once on the branch it takes two hands to make them operate! Very Disappointing! Stick to "Florian" pruners...more expensive ...but no problems!

3-0 out of 5 stars Don't Let Arthritis Stop You Pruning
As a former Horticultural Therapist working with elderely and disabled people I have bought these pruners for many clients. The important thing to know is that you must use these pruners as instructed to prevent them breaking.

Firstly, cut straight across the branch so as not to twist the blade. Then squeeze to cut BUT Let GO as soon as you feel resistance - and then squeeze again. This technique will give you about 30% more cutting power and they will last for years.

The safety catch can be a bit fiddly but usually loosens up after a while.

3-0 out of 5 stars Corona Ratchet Clipper RP3230...Good news...Bad news
When the Corona clipper arrived...we put it right to work. We have arthritis and the ratchet feature made it a breeze to cut branches from many bushes on our 5 acres. After about a month; the clipper broke. One of the rivets broke just when we were taking it to our neighbors to show them how great it was.*Smile* The neighbor fixed it; and we have been using it. We were disappointed that it broke so quickly...although, we were able to do alot of pruning...without hurting our hands trying to manually push the prunner to cut through tough branches of bushes. I would only recommend using a ratchet pruner...however, this one did not hold up. ... Read more


15. Corona Clipper TP6850 Professional 14' Compound Action Tree Pruner
list price: $90.00
our price: $79.99
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Asin: B0001VNRG2
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Corona Clipper Company
Sales Rank: 7235
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Features

  • Curved 13" conventional saw
  • High-strength zinc-alloy pruning head
  • Fully heat-treated, high carbon Teflon coated cutlery steel blade with 1.25" dia. Cutting Capacity
  • Heavy duty chain drive, compound action pulley system triples your cutting power.
  • Exclusive Powerglide rope pull system

16. Corona Clipper AP3110 Anvil-type Pruning Shear
list price: $13.33
our price: $11.99
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Asin: B00004R9YR
Catlog: Lawn & Patio
Manufacturer: Corona Clipper Company
Sales Rank: 402
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Features

  • Limit 1 per order
  • Chrome plated
  • Open-end vinyl handles
  • One hand catch
  • Returns will not be honored on this closeout item

17. Corona Clipper WL-6461 Professional Heavy Duty Bypass Lopper
list price: $0.00
our price: $57.99
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Asin: B00004R9XZ
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Corona Clipper Company
Sales Rank: 19021
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Corona's professional heavy-duty bypass lopper seems to be the Cadillac of loppers. A comfortable 30 inches long, with tapered hickory handles, the lopper has blister-deterring nonslip grips. The forged Radial Arc bypass blade has a 2-1/4-inch-diameter cutting capacity. The lopper also boasts a slant-ground hook with a self-cleaning sap groove for consistently smooth cutting. We have to admit, however, that we're really wowed by the neoprene ShockStop shock bumpers. Side by side with other bumpers we've tested, the ShockStop shock bumpers prove to be distinctly superior in effectiveness and durability. This is the midsize version of the heavy-duty bypass lopper; it is also available in 36- and 26-inch models. ... Read more

Features

  • 30" length, 2-1/4" diameter cutting capacity with 30" overall length
  • Forged Radial Arc. bypass blade
  • Slant ground hook with self cleaning sap groove
  • Self aligning pivot bolt, neoprene ShockStop. bumper

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Loppers
I had a set of these for years, until I loaned them to a neighbor, who loaned them to a friend, who had a cousin who needed to trim a few trees, and well, its spring time again and I need another pair.

Wood handles are a blessing and a curse. You should't leave them out in the rain, like some children I know, On the other hand they are easy to repair/replace. two bolts and the clippers are as good as new. They flex just right to take some of the jolt out of the cutting. I suppose that you could argue that cutting wood with wood ain't natural, but it works. There is a reason that wood handle tools are still around.

When you handle these clippers the smoothness of the hinge the way the blade slices cleanly just says quality all around. I love'em, and the neighbors will just have to call uncle billy to see who has my old set now. ... Read more


18. Corona Clipper BP-3160 Homeowner Pruners
list price: $22.99
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Asin: B00004R9YS
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Corona Clipper Company
Sales Rank: 9652
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Pruning shear
  • Open end handles, vinyl handle grips, one hand operated catch, razor sharp blade
  • Hook is ground slant to prevent slippage

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best pruner I've ever owned!
I have been gardening for 30 years and this is the best pruner I've ever owned. ... Read more


19. Corona Clipper CH7720 Professional Cut 'N Hold Bypass Pruner 1202-0566
list price: $0.00
our price: $31.99
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Asin: B00004TKJL
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Corona Clipper Company
Sales Rank: 10394
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Amazon.com Review

If you have a lot of small plant and floral pruning to do, the Cut 'N' Hold pruner may be the tool for you. This tool has a comfortable ergonomic handle, and its blade is set at a 45-degree angle off the handle for more efficient use of your strength and less hand fatigue. The heat-treated radial-arc blade can be resharpened, is easy to replace, and has a wide cutting surface.

With the Cut 'N' Hold system, the tool holds the plant as it cuts, so you won't get cut by thorny stems and branches. The system also prevents the plant from bending away from the cutting edge, making your cuts cleaner. While the thumb-operated locking mechanism could be easier to manipulate, it does hold and cut well without getting in the way of your hand. Corona provides a lifetime warranty with this tool. ... Read more

Features

  • Ergonomically designed, co-molded Corobond handles
  • For secure handling of thorny stems
  • 3/4-inch cutting capacity
  • Drop forged Coronium steel blade and hook, fully replaceable
  • Wire-cutting notch

20. Corona Clipper SL-3310 Bypass Lopper

our price: $25.99
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Asin: B00004R9Y8
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Corona Clipper Company
Sales Rank: 17859
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

24'' Bypass Lopper, 1-1/2'' Diameter Cutting Capacity, Resharpenable Precision Ground High Caarbon Steel Blade, Tubular Steel Handles, Shockstop Bumper, Precision Machined Self Aligning Pivot Bolt, Comfortable Non-Slip Grips. ... Read more

Features

  • 1-1/2" diameter cutting capacity
  • Resharpenable, precision-ground high-carbon steel blade
  • Tubular steel handles, cushioned non-slip grips
  • ShockStop bumper

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great bypass lopper
This is a bypass lopper. It is for light pruning. Not for CUTTING BRANCHES. A solid anvil prunner WILL CUT small branches. If you use a bypass pruner like this for cutting anything but new growth, you will damage the tool. This is a large (but still somewhat delicate) instrument. Not a brute force tool like a saw or anvil pruner. As a bypass pruner, it is by and large my favorite for use in trees. The blade has remained sharp after 2-3 years and the tool is in excellent condition despite high humidity in my barn. If you need to buy just one pruner, this is not the tool for you because it is not for heavy weight (anything past new gowth cutting). But if you have a heavy duty anvil pruner and would like a light-weight pruner for finger vegatative (not woody) and new wood growth, this is it!!!

2-0 out of 5 stars Corona Clipper SL-3310 Bypass Lopper
This product is a not as advertised, all the packaging says "Made in USA" but the clipper says "Taiwan" in small letters on the blade.

2-0 out of 5 stars Big Disappointment
I suspect that the other reviewer, the one who gave 5 stars, works for Corona.There is no way these things can cut 11/2".I used them to cut branches of 1" or less on shrubs and decorative evergreens.Cutting was laborious.I thought the handles were going to break! They did not cut cleanly either.At the end of the cut a small piece of the branch slips between the two cutting blades and the whle thing jams up.I am returning this tool. You might be satisfied with this product if you want to cut very small branches, etc because they are light-wieght.

5-0 out of 5 stars The last lopper you'll buy.
Corona has designed a solid tool!the loppers are sturdy and light.They have good grip handles and a shock absorbing bushing that save the wrists from fatigue.The blade is razor sharp and has good temper. ... Read more


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