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    1. Fiskars 79366935 PowerGear Pruner
    $71.99 list($92.95)
    2. Fiskars 92405935 Telescoping Pruning
    $10.79 list($14.99)
    3. Fiskars 94246974 Harvest Gear
    $16.99 list($21.99)
    4. Fiskars 94376974 Garden Kneepads
    $19.99 list($29.95)
    5. Fiskars 94056974 Kangaroo Container
    $44.99 $44.25 list($56.99)
    6. Fiskars 91546935 PowerGear Pro
    $9.99 $9.29 list($13.99)
    7. Fiskars 99216981 Softouch Micro-Tip
    $49.99 list($69.99)
    8. Fiskars 92345935 Pruning Stik
    $26.99 list($32.99)
    9. Fiskars 96276935 PowerGear Bypass
    $29.90 list($34.99)
    10. Fiskars 94136974 30 Gallon HardShell
    $46.99 $43.56 list($49.99)
    11. Fiskars 92107935 Long Handle Swivel
    $27.99 list($30.99)
    12. Fiskars 96256935 Small PowerGear
    $9.99 list($10.49)
    13. Fiskars 94336974 Phone & Garden
    $17.99 list($23.99)
    14. Fiskars 96446935 Loop-Handle Bypass
    $24.99 $24.94 list($25.99)
    15. Fiskars 91806935 10" Wallace Hedge
    $15.99 list($19.99)
    16. Fiskars 92156935 Softouch Swivel
    17. Fiskars 70646935 Softouch Cultivator
    $19.58 list($17.99)
    18. Aquapore Moisture Systems 71501-6
    19. Fiskars 94346974 Pruner Sheath
    $6.99 list($9.99)
    20. Fiskars 94286974 Garden Waist

    1. Fiskars 79366935 PowerGear Pruner
    list price: $29.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00004SD72
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fiskars
    Sales Rank: 92
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan Review

    Produced by a leader in the garden tools market, Fiskars's bypass pruner is perfect for precise clean cutting of green growth. The pruner features Fiskars's trademarked PowerGear design, which maximizes leverage for more pruning power for your effort. As you clasp the pruner, the outside handle actually rotates with the gears, an ingenious design with impressive results. The replaceable ultrahardened steel blade is designed to stay sharp longer than leading blades, and the handles are made of reinforced nylon engineered for strength and lightness. Designed with comfort in mind, the tool fits perfectly in the hand. With its 3/4-inch cutting capacity, this is definitely a professional quality pruner, but even weekend gardeners can benefit from its fantastic design. Two-year warranty. ... Read more


    • Two-year warranty
    • PowerGear design maximizes leverage for increased pruning power
    • Replaceable ultra-hardened steel blade is designed to stay sharp longer
    • 3/4-inch cutting capacity is perfect for pruning green growth
    • Reinforced nylon handles engineered for strength and lightness

    Reviews (20)

    5-0 out of 5 stars So far, so good
    We just bought our first house, and along with it a few trees, a lot of shrubs, and a couple dozen rosebushes, so I needed something good and easy-to-use. After sampling the options in the local hardware store, I decided these were the most comfortable, easiest to use, and seemingly best mechanism of the bunch. I've only been working with them for a month, but they're performing well so far.

    The hold-closed latch is easy and well-placed (though it is easy to pop it unlatched if you stuff the clippers in your back pocket), the grip width is adjustable with a set screw (so small hands don't have to suffer), and the blade spread is admirable for a hand-held pruner (though adjusting the grip width does take a little off the blade spread too). The spring and other critical mechanical components are well shielded, so you won't be gumming them up with debris easily. It cuts through the rose pruning like butter and even gets through thick woody dead stuff with only a little effort. The rotating handle makes a huge difference in the comfort level, especially when cutting the the thick woody stuff.

    They say buy the best you can afford, and these certainly seemed like the best option to me, and they weren't even that expensive. Certainly better to buy one pair of good pruners instead of three bad ones.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Great for small hands, light duty
    Having read the reviews and being a gadget freak, I decided to get these. I figured the rotating lever would reduce the blister inducing rubbing my fingers experience when doing a lot of heavy pruning. And the power advantage would be a boon to my aging and no longer as strong hands.

    Well, it does work as advertised; the finger abrasion is reduced and it requires less effort to cut a given branch with these compared to my trusty Felco pruners. BUT, two problems arose for me. First, due to the size of these pruners and the Powergear technology, the lever rotates my fingertips smack against my palm, and if I'm cutting a large branch with some serious squeezing, it does it hard enough to hurt! I do have fairly big hands, but I'm not Shaq. It is a serious annoyance for me. And second, it is not nearly as rugged as my Felco. It just isn't strong enough to cut larger woody branches that do fit between the blades and the Felco handles without strain. The cutting blade flexes and so the bypass cut doesn't happen and you have a partially cut branch with the pruners stuck in it.

    I do like their precise feel for light to medium work, where I'm not squeezing hard enough to have either of the above problems. But I'd like to see Fiskars make a larger, heavier duty version of this technology. (I know they make a Powergear mini-lopper; I'd like to see a 20% bigger and heavier duty pruner)

    Conclusion; if your hands aren't large and you don't intend to do heavy duty pruning, these are quite slick.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Sharp, strong, and oh so comfortable!
    When I read the description, I still couldn't imagine how the handle could "rotate." But when it arrived in the mail it was obvious. I hadn't thought of it but, when one squeezes such a tool, one's fingers roll over the handle. And on this pruner, the rounded handle rolls with the fingers. This clever idea not only makes it more comfortable to squeeze, but the gearing incorporated into the design also makes it easier on the muscles.

    I gave the new pruner a tough initiation by trimming some low redwood branches, and even though a few were a tad larger than the rated 3/4" -the tool bit right through them all. The grip was so comfortable, it didn't even seem like work.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Pruner
    This is the best Pruner that I've used. They are very easy to use and feel really comfortable in you hands.

    3-0 out of 5 stars does this for a living
    blades gum up easily after repetitive use. Need to keep spraying lubricant to keep blades from gumming up. Corona Professional bypass pruners are a bit more resistant to gumming. Otherwise, an excellent pruner. Love the teflon coated blades because it doesnt rust and is easy to clean. ... Read more

    2. Fiskars 92405935 Telescoping Pruning Stik
    list price: $92.95
    our price: $71.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00004TBMV
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fiskars
    Sales Rank: 2565
    Average Customer Review: 4.47 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan Review

    Spare yourself the effort of climbing trees to reach far-off branches with this convenient and powerful telescoping pruning tool from Fiskars. The Pruning Stik's fiberglass outer pole and aluminum inner pole extend to a full 13 feet, allowing you to trim upper branches from the safety and security of the ground. Its extremely sharp cutting blade can be manipulated by pulling a rope or the pole's ergonomic handle. In addition, the sturdy cutting head rotates 240 degrees to enable you to choose the proper cutting angle for branches up to 1-1/4 inches in diameter. A 15-inch Woodzig saw blade is also included for added cutting power. ... Read more


    • 1-1/4-inch cutting capacity
    • Cutting head rotates 240 degrees for the precise cutting angle
    • Fiberglass outer pole and aluminum inner pole extend to 13 feet
    • Lightweight designs makes it easy to maneuver, even when fully extended
    • Includes a 15-inch Woodzig saw blade and attachment

    Reviews (17)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Works well when new
    I've used the Telescoping Pruning Stik for 5 months to maintain 5 25ft trees. The cutting head works well for 3/4" and thinner branches. Larger than that and the jaws often get stuck around the branch. Once while trying to free it, the plastic head came off of the aluminum pole, so now I know to rotate the entire pole around the branch instead of trying to pull it free. After freeing the jaws, I was able to reattach the head. The ball-shaped pull knob on the bottom end seats very tightly and often the entire end cap comes off while trying to free it. I think it would be easier to operate if it was a T-handle. Likewise, the upper grip would also be easier to operate if it had a lower lip or pistol grip for a more positive grip. Or replace them with some sort of lever actuator for more mechanical advantage.

    For branches thicker than 3/4", I use the woodzig blade. The blade cuts on the pull stroke. The blade is tough to use on thinner, flexible branches, but works pretty quickly on thicker, stiffer branches. I haven't used the blade as much and time will tell how effective it will be as it dulls. I keep the clamp attached to the pole, but I've already lost the original screw and wing nut that holds the blade. I had attached them to the clamp for storage, but should've attached them to the blade.

    While the Pruning Stik was excellent when new, all of the plastic parts seem to have loosened over time. While the pole seemed flexible when new, the looseness makes it feel even more flexible. However, nothing has broken yet and it has been much less expensive than hiring professionals to trim those same trees. If and when something does break, I will be contacting Fiskars about warranty service. I should've kept the original shipping box though as it's tough to find another box that long.

    5-0 out of 5 stars high tech tool for tree pruning
    My husband has borrowed a friends Corona telescoping pruner for a couple of years now and he liked it so much he asked for one for christmas. Although the Corona got rave reviews, I gambled on this Fiskars because of the rotating cutting head which "cuts like butter" according to one reviewer. My husband used this tool last weekend and was thrilled. He said this makes the other pruner feel like a Model-T in comparison. The strap that connects to the cutter is contained within the pole and adjusts automatically when you raise or lower it. No more fiddling with a loose string. It raises and lowers effortlessly and indeed cuts through branches like butter. Best of all, the job that used to take him 2 hours took only 30 minutes. Wow.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Effortless
    Delivery took six weeks. The cutting action is so effortless, I couldn't tell whether a smaller branch had been severed, as there was virtually no resistance. I only wish that A:Fewer parts were plastic B:The pull cord were longer so I could hold the stik overhead and still use it at maximum height, and C:There was a 10 foot extension to get even higher branches.

    1-0 out of 5 stars When?
    I'd review this if it would ever ship. Now a month after the order and no goods. Don't believe the 1-2 weeks.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Better than I hoped...
    Okay, I'm really not a tool geek. But I have to admit, I did open the box as soon as it arrived and went out back to trim a branch that towered over my head. I was really surprised! Not only does it work, but it DOES cut branches like a hot knife through butter. I mean, it really felt like that. Who knew? Anyway, despite my weird-sounding hype, it does work great, and will make a nice addition to my suburban tool collection. ... Read more

    3. Fiskars 94246974 Harvest Gear Garden Bucket Caddy
    list price: $14.99
    our price: $10.79
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00005YX30
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fiskars
    Sales Rank: 23
    Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars
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    We can't find anything that's not to love about this caddy. The tough-as-nails fabric slips easily onto your bucket and secures literally in a second. Our favorite feature might be the phone compartment, because who among us has not propped the cell or the cordless in the flower bed while we're working, only to leave it behind? There's a cinch cord that keeps the phone snug, too. We're equally impressed with the roomy mesh compartment that stores your muddy gloves and still lets them dry. Then there are the big, deep pockets that even fit a bulb digger. Now that's roomy! Even the seed storage area is clever: There's room for nine packets, and the cover keeps them dark and dry. Larger tools like grass shears ride along easily in the bottomless pockets. And of course, you can tote soil or mulch or fertilizer in the bucket, or fill it up with tomatoes and peppers as you pick them. This is one accessory no gardener should be without.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more


    • No Bottom
    • Deep, large pockets for storage of bulb planter, gloves, and trowel
    • Phone pocket with cinch pull keeps your phone in place
    • Seed storage keeps seed packets dry and protected
    • Beverage holder easily holds your bottle of water or soda

    Reviews (5)

    5-0 out of 5 stars performs well
    I bought this so I could stop running back and forth to the garage to get the next tool I needed. I bought a 5 gal paint bucket at home deport (orange or white) that works great! I use the inside of the bucket for knee pads and lopers and the seed packet holder on the outside for the tags that come with my plants. I was thrilled that the water bottle holder holds a 1 liter bottle, not those tiny .5 liter ones. It has plenty of pockets for your assorted garden tools and it's made out of heavy material so I look forward to many years of use.

    2-0 out of 5 stars Send this one back to R&D...
    It doesn't come with a bucket to wrap it around, so no big deal, eh? I've been to SEVEN stores looking for the right sized bucket...they're either too little or too big. The buckets I have looked at: 10 qt., 2 1/2 gallons, 3 gallons, and 5 gallons. All but the 5 gallon bucket are too small, and the 5 gallon bucket makes the belt loop S_T_R_E_T_C_H to barely meet the velcro attachment . And the hanging hoop lock is positioned right in the middle of nowhere, so it will attach to absolutely nothing, except the handle, which renders the belt loop/velcro enclosure useless. If you buy this thing, TAKE IT TO THE STORE WITH YOU to find a @$#% BUCKET IT WILL FIT! !!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Wow all I can say is "what a bucket"
    This bucket has given me the freedom I need to carry my tools and instruments, with the versatility of a bucket! I love my bucket so much, I bought one for my husband(and he loves it). I ordered 10 of them to hand out at Christmas! If I was to be trapped on an island with one bucket, this would definately be it!

    5-0 out of 5 stars A Convienent Way to Carry your Gardening Tools, etc.
    I like Bucket Boss - Fiskars products. This item is well thought out and well made. There are pockets sized for all your hand tools including bulb planter, a convienent "wallet" for seed pockets, a secure cell phone pouch, and even room for a squeeze drink bottle. I would also recommend getting one of Bucket Boss' Bucket Grip.

    5-0 out of 5 stars An Edge for the Older Gardener
    My wife has a green fist! Yes, I know the cliche is: "my wife has a green thumb." Every living plant, vine, bush or tree she touches in her garden or around the house grows, thrives, and reproduces. Indeed, even slips from someone else's garden bursts into life when she transplants it.

    Our little garden out back is a riot of color and variety and only a year ago it was a dry plot of deep, impenatrable lifeless clay. Today people suck in their breath when they walk out the patio door into her "Eden" (my name for the space).

    But my wife is about to turn 70. She is plagued with migraine headaches, vertigos and is having a long convelescence from a fall that broke many things. She is slower, more deliberate in pace. Stooping is a hazard and so is running back and forth for tooks.

    But out she goes each day to trim, water, admire and talk to her growing things. She needs an assistant or attendent who makes her chores less painful. The bucket caddy and a little army surplus stool fit the bill.

    She sits on the little canvas stool and places the caddy next to her with all her favorite tools, plant foods and mysterious sprays. She waters from that position.

    There is less pain in her day, less worry and so the lucious colored and growing things thrive and spread and even march up the outside walls of our house. For 50 years she nourished and nurtured the lives of young children in the class room, now she continues in her garden. People like my wife should have all the convenient and proper tools they need for their work for they are part of ongoing creation which benefits us all.

    Her husband? Even a silk plant dies in his office! Thanks for creating a thoughtful helpmate with this product for my wife. ... Read more

    4. Fiskars 94376974 Garden Kneepads Plus
    list price: $21.99
    our price: $16.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00004SD7K
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fiskars
    Sales Rank: 137
    Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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    Do your favorite gardener (or yourself) a favor and save knees with these deluxe garden kneepads. These extra-thick pads provide the ultimate protection from rocks and fatigue, and they conform to the contour of your knee. The wide straps are crafted from neoprene for comfort and durability, and the stitched-on rubberized cap provides protection on rocky terrain. Designed with a large surface area that is thicker than most kneepads, these are the ideal pads for landscaping or serious gardening. Two-year warranty. ... Read more


    • Two-year warranty
    • Thick pads with rubberized padding
    • Neoprene straps
    • Conforms to contour of your knee
    • Perfect for rocky terrain

    Reviews (9)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Durable pads - horrible straps
    Thee pads were great for me this past summer and fall. I used them to lay a cobblestone driveway. They really took a beating and the pads remained unscathed. The straps on the other hand are not so durable and one of the pads is near the end of its usefulness as the strap has almost seperated. To make matters worse, the neoprene does not breathe and your knees and backs of your legs will get sweaty in warm weather. All in all, a solid product that might not stand up to very hard use.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Super-durable and Very Comfortable
    That about sums it up - these pads work great for any work in the garden or around the house. My only quibble is that you'll get pretty hot underneath the neoprene straps when working outdoors in the Summer.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The Pads For All Seasons
    My wife and I bought a pair of these pads in the Spring of this year. We are carpenters and organic gardeners so we have gone through countless pads in the past: gel types, hard caps, neoprene, latex, etc. All of latter have never met our needs nor fulfilled our expectations.

    The Fiskars Kneepads Plus are lightweight and truly do conform to our knees. We work them on hard concrete, slate, marble, rough gravel, and clay soils in total comfort. We are both right-kneed (prosaic license)and have worn out so many Carharts that we could start a second-hand store! Now our jeans last for much longer so these pads can actually save you bucks!

    The Fiskars Plus pads also stay up and do not wrap around our knees. The padding causes very little sweating and dries quickly. The elastic and hook-loop fasteners have sagged a bit after so much use but my better half is also a seamstress and has re-sewn them to new condition.

    It is a rainy Autumn morning as we now head to the garden to harvest our crops before the frost....Fiskars strapped in place.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Yea,They're Pretty Good
    I'm a service tech for the local phone company. I spend a lot of time on my knees, stapling wire to base boards, crawling under houses, crawling in attics. These are the knee pads I use and I've used them about 2 years. These are light weight but have just enough padding to insulate your knee from rocks or hard surfaces. It's real strong suit is that when it's time to put them on or take them off, it's really easy and fast. Plus they stay on your knees(not migrating down towards your ankles). There are cushier pads around, and pads that insulate the rock shock better but they cost a lot more or they are time consuming to put on and take off. So for ease of use, cost, and reliability I don't think you can go wrong with these.

    5-0 out of 5 stars These are essential equipment for my oval office
    These pads are SO good, they could be deemed "presidential." I recently used them when broke my leg at the ankle. When I wasn't using crutches or a wheelchair, I was getting around by crawling around on my hands and knees like a six-month old. (haha, fooled you, where did you think I was going with that opening sentence, you naughty person, you?)

    When I am back on my feet (literally) I intend to use these to clean the floors (not done in months) and to remove the traces of my garden which has been destroyed by the drought. Or use them while praying to the rain gods. They will be handy indeed. ... Read more

    5. Fiskars 94056974 Kangaroo Container (30-Gallon)
    list price: $29.95
    our price: $19.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00004SD7D
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fiskars
    Sales Rank: 261
    Average Customer Review: 4.46 out of 5 stars
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    • Lightweight and durable
    • Unique pop-up design; accomodates 33-gallon refuse bag
    • 28 inches tall when open; 22 inches in diameter
    • Stores in a compact 3 inch stack
    • Vinyl-coated polyester construction is tear and mildew resistant

    Reviews (13)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Clever, lightweight, and every neighbor wants one!
    The kangaroo container is the best weed bucket I've ever used. The fact that I can hang it on a wall when not in use makes it better than any other plastic bucket I've carried around the yard. I've also lined it and used it for a trash can at beach picnics. You can even stake it down on windy days! A wonderful all purpose garden carry-all.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Fiskars Kangaroo Container Holds All My Yard Debris!E
    Do you sit & pull weeds, having to bend over again to pick up all the 'piles?' Do you awkwardly drag trash bags around the yard when trimming, while branch & twig ends punch thru the bag, then have to call for an extra hand to hold it open while you fill it? My Kangaroo eliminates all of that, & holds more than you can imagine! As light as it is to pull, it's a heavy-grade vinyl that takes all my rough twigs & broken branches for without any punctures or scrapes; nothing sticks to it, so a rare squirt with the hose makes it look like new. The best part comes when I empty it (placing a leaf bag over, then flipping it), then easily squishing it into a few-inch package, using the strong buttons & loops attached, & placing it on a little hook on my pegboard; it takes up virtually no space. in my small townhome. I trim more often, just so I can USE IT!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Are there TWO different versions of this item?
    I recently purchased a Fiskars 94056974 30 gallon Kangaroo Container and the thing is built like a tank. My impression on how the item is supposed to be used is to open the Kangaroo, put a 30 gallon trash can liner in the Kangaroo and fill with leaves and your five year old son. Then, either make one big pile for you and your son to play in or pull the trash can liners out, tie shut (remove son first) and carry it down to the end of the drive way, so the trash guys can play in the leaves.

    The item is NOT meant to be dragged across shopping center parking lots. Mine holds a full load of squished down leaves without tearing or ripping. By the way, the product is covered by a two year warranty. I didn't read about any one posting a poor review who attempted getting them resolved utilizing the warranty.

    Anyway, the Fiskars 94056974 Kangaroo Container (30 Gallon) works great (like having a third hand). It is versatile as previous reviews have pointed out. An extra trash can utilizing a liner. How about using one for recycling cans? Place a 30 gallon trash liner in the Kangaroo, squish can, "he shoots he scores!!!"

    I'm happy with this purchase. It's durable, engineered well, and I'm planning on buying more of both the 10 and 30 gallon models. I expect this to eventually wear out. But, it's been my experience with other Fiskar items that you get your money's worth if you use the item as it was intended.

    John Row

    1-0 out of 5 stars poor quality
    The handle tore out of the bag the first time I used it. A very good idea, but VERY poor quality. The fabric is just not strong enough. If you buy this, DON'T use the handles, or better yet, save your money.

    2-0 out of 5 stars no precautions about its fragility
    Although it is a wonderfully handy tool, the dumping handle tore the fifth time I used it. A note in the instructions about the maximum weight it is designed to hold would have been useful. ... Read more

    6. Fiskars 91546935 PowerGear Pro Bypass Lopper
    list price: $56.99
    our price: $44.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00004SD74
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fiskars
    Sales Rank: 554
    Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars
    US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan Review

    Produced by a leader in the garden-tools market, the Fiskars bypass pruner is perfect for precise, clean cutting of green growth. The pruner features Fiskars' trademarked PowerGear design, which maximizes lopper leverage to reduce cutting effort and is an ingenious innovation with impressive results. As you draw the long lopper handles together, the outside handle moves the gears, closing the blade with less exertion.The replaceable xylan-coated blade reduces friction and resists rust, and the handles are made of aluminum, so they're light and cause less fatigue. With its 2-inch cutting capacity, this is definitely a professional-quality pruner; even weekend gardeners can benefit from its fantastic design. Limited lifetime warranty. ... Read more


    • Limited lifetime warranty
    • PowerGear design maximizes leverage
    • Replaceable xylan-coated blade
    • 2-inch cutting capacity
    • Professional quality

    Reviews (5)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great as reviues
    Easy to use and a plus to all the outher reviues. Ran into a piece of barb wire last fall clearing brush for my daughter,put a nick in the cutter, broke my heart. Called fiskars got 2 new blades about $7/00 each friendly courtious service. I have been logging firewood this summer and these are about as handy as another hand. I dont know if I could break them but I have made them squeek like the log splitter

    5-0 out of 5 stars I love my loppers!
    There are some purchases I've made over the years that delight me, or elicit a prayer of gratitude every time I use them. Our dishwasher comes to mind. My little Polartec hat from Land's End. My cordless drill. My Fiskars PowerGear Pro Bypass Loppers.

    I've worked with many different brands of loppers, both puttering around our home and cutting brush for the park department. These are much sturdier and cut more easily than any other loppers I've used, including a very respectable model by Sandvik.

    One little quibble I have is the lack of a remote control switch. ;o)

    3-0 out of 5 stars The only Lobbers To Buy
    This is by far the best out there. Be sure to spend the extra money and buy this longer handle one. You will be very happy. My Mom which is 80 years old cuts with them.

    5-0 out of 5 stars The best loppers I've ever owned!
    I've owned a lot of pairs of loppers and I always seem to break or bend the handles. Not so with the Fiskars. I am a strong healthy guy and I can cut through anything I can get into the jaws. This includes branches dead or alive up to 2 inches. I have been using my Fiskars for the last three years for cutting ski and hiking trails in Maine and they continue to perform better than anything I've ever used in the past. Another benefit are the bright orange handle ends. I used to tie surveyors flagging to my tools so I wouldn't loose them if I put them down in heavy brush. The Fiskars handles are always visable and easy to find inspite of my absentmindedness. The price at Amazon is the best I've seen by $10-20. Having used this tool hard for the last three summers, I don't think I will ever have to get another pair of loppers again.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Fiskar's PowerGear Loppers
    I'd like to say first that the price for this item is unbelievable. I've seen it locally in a hardware store and in a gardening catalog I receive for at least $15 dollars more than the Amazon price.

    The loppers are very light and the power gear makes it very easy to get the torque needed to cut through one inch to one and a half inch limbs with no sweat. I've got average strength, middle-age and arthritis and am able to enjoy cutting brush with these..mostly saplings and tree limbs that I want to clear along my driveway.

    I know Fiskars is a good name in cutting shears for sewing and I hadn't realized that they also manufactured tools; but I'm extremely happy to have found this out. ... Read more

    7. Fiskars 99216981 Softouch Micro-Tip Pruning Snip
    list price: $13.99
    our price: $9.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00004SD76
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fiskars
    Sales Rank: 310
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    The Softouch microtip pruning snip from Fiskars is designed to snip away delicate tips of flowers and foliage while giving you a comfortable grip and fit. This floral snip is about 5 inches long, has a Softouch ergonomic handle with a comfortable black grip around plastic construction, and fits well in small- to medium-size hands. The 1-1/2-inch blade is made of rust-resistant stainless steel. It is quite sharp and uses Fiskars's microtip blade design for precision in trimming and shaping flowers and small plants. The tool can be locked in the closed position with a small plastic latch when not in use. Use this snip for flower and herb gardening, bonsai, houseplant maintenance, and floral arranging. The packaging includes some useful tips for proper floral pruning techniques. ... Read more


    • Ambidextrous lock
    • Perfect for pruning, thinning, and deadheading
    • Precise Micro-Tip blades
    • Stainless steel blades
    • Cushion grips for comfort

    Reviews (8)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Terrific for cutting herbs and flowers!
    I love these and use them all the time.

    5-0 out of 5 stars I cried when I lost mine
    And then went out and replaced them immediately. Say goodbye to aching hands and wrists, and to blisters from those rubbing scissor handles. These little snips work effortlessly and come in handy for so many things it's tempting to toss the regular scissors away.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Herb Gardening
    I received my pair of snips in a combination package, so I wasn't looking for them in particular. However, they have been irreplaceable in my herb cut leaves off the plant in the garden, then to take them with me to the kitchen to snip them for recipes!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great For Deadheading
    I have found these snips to be great for deadheading.

    1-0 out of 5 stars Way too small
    This product was featured as Pruning Snips. When the package arrived, it was called "Floral Snip". It is the size of children's scissors and nowhere on the packaging is "Pruning" mentioned. Rather, "deadheading flowers", "flower gathering" and "houseplant care". I have returned them because I wanted pruning shears for my garden work. These were completely inappropriate for that task. ... Read more

    8. Fiskars 92345935 Pruning Stik
    list price: $69.99
    our price: $49.99
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    Asin: B00004SD6U
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fiskars
    Sales Rank: 3526
    Average Customer Review: 4.93 out of 5 stars
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    It's nice to know that geniuses are working to make your pruning jobs easier. Fiskars' Pruning Stik is cleverly designed and built to professional-quality standards. Featuring ingenious PowerStroke sliding-grip cutting action, the Stik lets you prune by simply sliding the plastic grip (or pulling the orange ball end), which makes use of a chain and spring to snip the blades closed. In addition, the cutting head rotates 240 degrees to allow you the best pruning angle (didn't we say it was clever?). The replaceable xylan-coated blade is ultrahardened to stay sharp longer than most blades on the market, and it offers a cutting capacity of 1-1/4 inches. The aluminum handles are durable and light, weighing less than 2 pounds, and their length allows you to reach high branches without a ladder and remove growth at ground level while standing. ... Read more


    • Limited lifetime warranty
    • Overall length: 62 inches
    • Unique sliding-grip cutting action
    • Replaceable xylan-coated-ultrahardened blade with 1-1/4-inch cutting capacity
    • Cutting head rotates 240 degrees for best pruning angle

    Reviews (15)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Only One Regret
    The Fiskars Pruning Stik is so well made and so easy to use that all the tree and brush pruning that I put off for a year was completed in one weekend. Great product and very well made. I was glad I purchased the non-telescoping model, handled 90% of my pruning requirements for branches up to the advertized 1-1/4 inches.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Very handy when pruning bushes
    Got this and I can safely said my 'manual' trimming days are over. It's light and very powerful. I love it.

    5-0 out of 5 stars like buttah!!!!
    excellent trimmer!!! i have a couple of hedges that are "a few feet" out of reach of my cordless trimmer. i looked around for awhile and all i saw were these ENORMOUS "telescopic" trimmers with dangling strings that looked IMPOSSIBLY "un-wieldy". with the aid of my stepladder i was able to EFFORTLESSLY trim branches at the top of my tallest hedges and the lower regions of the trees in my yard. you can cut the limbs SIMPLY by pulling the "ball-end" of the trimmer OR (in closer corners) the sliding-handle midway up the shaft. IN EITHER CASE the cuts are EFFORTLESS. perhaps it's the "chain drive" of the cutting mechanism. ALL IN ALL,..this is a QUALITY tool. do you REALLY need a HEAVY "extension" trimmer that weighs in a 10-15 pounds?? (like me) maybe not. the Fiskar is 2 lbs. (tops) and is EASY to handle whilst navigating an average ladder AND it stores away easily in a closet/shed AND it cuts through moderately sized twigs and limbs LIKE BUTTER . PERFECT i say...just PERFECT.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Fiskars 92345935 Pruning Stik

    5-0 out of 5 stars Here's one thats not gonna break!
    I had a cable driven long pruner, and besides the fact that it ... near broke my hand to clip a large branch with it, the thing was fragile. I used to live on nearly and acre of property with a row of pines along the back. They would get all brown near the bottom so I would try and prune them up to about the point where they could get enough sun to stay green. To do that you need a pruner with a little reach to it?

    I saw this model on TV and hunted it down, finding it first on Amazon. I could barely believe the price quoted on the TV show, (it wasn't a commercial, it was a how-to show) they said the stick only cost about [$$$]. Its not quite that cheap, but the quality here is excellent. It uses a chain, not unlike a bike chain, to drive the extended cutter. It uses a slider, leverage system to pull the chain to make the cuts. The cutting blades themselves are very sharp and can be adjusted to any angle. This becomes an important concern when you have about a dozen pine trees to trip.

    The stick will also do fine when you don't need the extended length. Remember those hedge trimmers that looked like a huge pair of scissors? I used to hurt my wrists every year, trying to get enough momentum to trim the bushes in front of the house I was renting. If you tried to cut too, slow it would get stuck, too fast, and the handles would stop abruptly hurting my wrists! This cutter, although smaller than a hedge trimmer, cut so quick and easily that it made trimming the bushes a pleasure. I could even get lazy, and sit down in a chair, and do them from a distance. Try that with your electric model! The bushes never shaped up so well before.

    The blades will cut close to a one-inch branch, and I haven't had to sharpen it yet. Just keep the chain free of dirt, and keep a little mower oil on it, or cycle spray and it continues to work like new. Sometimes they just make a tool that becomes the defacto standard for a while, and for my money this is it. Don't risk cutting your arm off with a chainsaw. If you've got a little pruning to do, get this Pruning Stik and start clipping away. ... Read more

    9. Fiskars 96276935 PowerGear Bypass Lopper
    list price: $32.99
    our price: $26.99
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    Asin: B00005LEX9
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fiskars
    Sales Rank: 4465
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    • PowerGear cutting action
    • PTFE coated blade
    • Special high strength alloy aluminum handles

    Reviews (2)

    5-0 out of 5 stars The best all-around medium-sized lopper
    This is Fiskars model # 96276935. I bought model # 96276949, which, through close examination of photos, appears to be identical (difference might be the retailers it's sold to, or perhaps country of origin -- which, BTW, on mine, was unfortunately [illegally?] not listed anywhere).

    I bought this lopper because of the "gearing" or as I call it, "mechanical advantage", or as some others call it, "bypass" feature. Basically "gears down" your movement to make every stroke much more powerful, like a truck shifting into a special low gear to tow. And it really works great. Not only that, the nyglass handles make the whole unit extremely lightweight. This model is cheaper than the bigger version because it's smaller, which is an advantage for most home users -- easier to store, lighter weight and smaller size make it easier to get into the brush and awkward positions. This lopper will take surprisingly wide sticks for its size -- anything within reason, and maybe a little more. But the best part is that if you can fit it into its mouth, you will be able to cut what's inside, even if you are elderly. This is not true on many other loppers, even for strong people, especially on those "old school" loppers (you know what I'm talking about), and, even worse, "clippers" with that dreaded "lopping notch" which never worked right.

    My friend who is a gunsmith and knows more about metals than anyone I know, doesn't like the fact that the blades are made out of stainless steel. He says stainless dulls quickly on greenery, which surprised me, because stainless is the hardest common metal. He does think fiskars garden/flower snips are the best made, though. I am personally glad the blades are stainless though, because I left it out for a few days with moisture, and there was no rust. Plus, the cutting blade is coated with a 'non-stick' coating, and just about everybody who buys this medium-sized model is not using them for professional purposes, just around the house. I keep the blades oiled up and upon doing 2 medium-sized jobs so far the blades seem just as sharp and I expect that to continue. The blades are replaceable anyway with two simple nuts, and the blades were very sharp from the factory, which again is not always the case with other mfrs. The whole unit, though lightweight, feels very solid and has very tight tolerances -- shake it and twist it, and there is little to no rattle or play -- very impressive. The light weight is something most people overlook when shopping for loppers -- again, good for everybody, but especially seniors. I also like the look. I find the actual shape of the handles works well, too. I don't miss the foam handgrip found on some huge loppers.

    The blades are very curved, and there must be a reason for this, but it can make getting larger pieces a bit trickier to get in, especially in an awkward, overgrown bush. No biggie. I do think the biggest room for improvement would be the placement of a rubber or plastic shock absorber where the metal pieces meet when fully closed, to make it easier on the user in terms of vibration. I took a piece of folded-up duct tape and duct-taped the small wad to that connection point to decrease vibration. It's a little messy and needs redoing every job or so but can help make the job painless, especially for those with arthritis or joint or bone pain. Even without that "mod", the loppers perform very well, and I think most people wouldn't see a problem there, though I do. Fiskars' high-end (big) loppers do have the rubber or plastic bumpers.

    I bought mine from Lowe's because I needed them immediately, but these at Amazon are a little cheaper, with the free super saver shipping, and Amazon's return policy is actually almost certainly more liberal. The previous Amazon review helped me come to my conclusion, and I think Amazon is the world's best online retailer and ecommerce website. Though completely email-based, I have had very good customer service which has gone above to exceed my expectations when returns were needed. I wouldn't hesitate to buy these from Amazon, especially if your job can wait a few days. For most jobs, I think this medium size will better-suit most people, as it's lighter, easier to use, and cheaper, and still has a wide mouth.

    Bottom line: this is the only medium-sized bypass/mechanical advantage/geared lopper I could find, and that's okay, because of its exceptional quality of design & solid manufacture, bringing good value in quality, price, and uniqueness. I just don't see why anyone would buy a non-mechanical-advantage lopper, so if you're in the market for one, this is it, and this is the lowest price you will see (I checked around). I just wish I knew where they were made (if any subsequent reviewers know this, please say it).

    5-0 out of 5 stars By far the BEST lopper for thick branches
    I've tried just about every type of lopper, and this one is by far the best. I've used them just about every day for the past 3 years. For heavy duty pruning they are fantastic. I even use them for limbing trees while I'm logging (it saves on gas and wear-and-tear on my chainsaw, and is much faster and safer).
    The patented gear design is what sets it apart. It allows for tremendous leverage (much more than even a compound lopper - which can be double the price, and being more complicated, less durable).
    I'm amazed more people don't know about these. I guess the simple, inexpensive design appears too good to be true. ... Read more

    10. Fiskars 94136974 30 Gallon HardShell Kangaroo Bag
    list price: $34.99
    our price: $29.90
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    Asin: B00005YX2Z
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fiskars
    Sales Rank: 975
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    • HardShell bottom won't tear when loaded and dragged
    • Drain holes prevent water pooling
    • Padded handles make carrying loads more comfortable
    • Dump handles allow for easy disposal of contents

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    5-0 out of 5 stars Well built
    Though very utilitarian, this is one of the best ideas in yard cleanup items I've come across. It's light and manuverable. The bottom handle for easy tipping demonstrates the thoughtfulness of the design. And of course, the space it saves when collapsed for storage is just the icing on the cake. ... Read more

    11. Fiskars 92107935 Long Handle Swivel Grass Shears
    list price: $49.99
    our price: $46.99
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    Asin: B00004SD6Y
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fiskars
    Sales Rank: 10932
    Average Customer Review: 3.29 out of 5 stars
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    • Made at Fiskars UK
    • 37 inches overall length
    • Long handle eliminates bending and stooping
    • 5 inch precision ground, hardened carbon steel blades
    • Cutting head rotates 180 degrees for precise trimming

    Reviews (7)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Happy camper
    This tool is a little pricey but well made. It handles light grass trimming with ease. Great for trimming around trees and rocks. The swivel head is very convienient. All in all I would reccomend it for light to moderate trimming. If you can afford it,go for it.

    1-0 out of 5 stars what a disappointment
    I had such high hopes for this edger but have been very disappointed with it. To begin with it's heavy and somewhat bulky making it difficult to operate. Secondly, unless you position the blades at a particular angle, it doesn't cut grass very well. Thirdly, although this would be ideal for someone who wants to develop his/her triceps, it's a pain to operate for any length of time. Even my husband found it tiring and painful to use. It would be better if it had a wheel at the base so you could roll it along while cutting grass.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Such a good idea is just not solid enough
    I like the idea behind the tool. It's light enough to work for an hour or better without too much strain. The adjustable angle works well and has enough settings to be practical for a number of uses. However, I found that the metal on the blades is too soft and nicks too easily, which, due to the cutting angle, causes the shears to hang up and fail to cut.

    3-0 out of 5 stars The continuing search for grass trimmers
    A while back I attended a lecture at an old house nearby. While poking around the property we spied some ingenious looking trimmers that were mounted on wheels. The perfect thing for edging lawns! When I saw these long handled shears in This Old House magazine they looked to be the closest thing (albeit without wheels). They are light and well balanced. The blades seem to cut nicely and I like the fact that the blade lock is easily located on the top. The blades are rather short, so you have to make lots and lots of cuts to edge a bed. Naturally, this leads to a very tired hand. The shears are easy to use in either hand, although I am pretty ambidextrous so it may just be me. I have found that something of a scythe movement enables me to cut through grass somewhat easier and quicker. I have an aversion to gas powered weed wackers as they are noisy and smelly. They are far more effective than these shears which I was hoping would not be the case. All in all, if I had just a small area to edge, these shears would be great. For a large lawn or many flower beds, they just don't "cut it."

    3-0 out of 5 stars Not for mass trimming
    I purchased the long-handled grass shear as a replacement to an Black and Decker electric (rechargable) hand-held grass shear. I hated having to bend over with the old unit and when it finally gave out I decided to purchase something that would put a little less strain on my back. I can't use a string trimmer because I have delicate flowers and plants near the edge of the grass.

    I have found that the long-handled grass shear does prevent a great deal of strain on the back. It works very well in trimming around trees and hard edges. However, the blades are difficult to position when edging a border (nothing to place one of the blades against as a guide.) It takes approximately 3 times as long to trim these egdes and I still miss some spots. ... Read more

    12. Fiskars 96256935 Small PowerGear Lopper
    list price: $30.99
    our price: $27.99
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    Asin: B0000950Q2
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fiskars
    Sales Rank: 12874
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    • Replacable blade
    • PowerGear design reduces cutting effort by 50%
    • Lightweight, unbreakable nyglass handle construction.
    • Hardened steel blade with non stick coating
    • 1-1/2" cutting capacity

    13. Fiskars 94336974 Phone & Garden Pocket
    list price: $10.49
    our price: $9.99
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    Asin: B00004SD7G
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fiskars
    Sales Rank: 1143
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    The cellular phone revolution has made it easy for everyone to stay in touch at all times--even while weeding vegetables or pruning roses. But where to store your phone when you need both hands open? This phone and garden pocket from Fiskars provides the answer in the form of a roomy, multipocket pouch that can hold not only your phone but all the tools you'll need for your day in the yard. The pouch has an adjustable strap with a plastic clasp that allows you to wear it on your waist or over your shoulder. The phone pocket includes a cinch to keep your phone secure, and it's padded on the inside to prevent damage caused by other items you carry. There's ample room for your pruners, scissors, sunglasses, and more in the two larger pockets. The bottom of the pouch is made from a strong plastic mesh that allows moisture to drain from dew-soaked clippers, improving your grip. The phone and garden pocket also includes an elastic penholder and a convenient plastic clip for attaching your house keys. ... Read more


    • Compact tool belt mounts at hip
    • Holds cell phone and several small tools
    • Durable polyester construction
    • Handy house key latch

    Reviews (2)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Very handy to have!
    This is a great item for gardening and shopping trips or anytime one wants to have their hands free! The pocket for the phone is padded to help protect it. You can swing your housekeys into the garden pocket after attaching them to the provided clip, to keep them extra safe. There is even an elastic band to hold a pen or pencil. This practicial little bag can be worn on the waist or hung on the shoulder.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Not just for gardening!
    This handy hip caddy holds a phone and other items like pruning shears. It even has enough space for a pencil and note pad! Adjustable strap for a loose or snug fit. This is not just for gardening. Tailgate parties, day at the beach. It goes were you go! Hands free! And it even has a clip for keys. It's all that and a bag of chips! ... Read more

    14. Fiskars 96446935 Loop-Handle Bypass Pruner
    list price: $23.99
    our price: $17.99
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    Asin: B00005YX32
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fiskars
    Sales Rank: 1437
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    • Softgrip upper handle provides cushion and prevents blisters
    • Blade size is perfect for reaching into dense growth with precision cutting
    • Ambidextrous lock-operates with a simple touch

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars These are great pruners.
    My new Fiskars loop-handle pruners arrived today. I was attracted to these by the loop handle because I thought I could tie a cord to the loop, saving me a trip down the ladder to pick them up when I drop them. I was pleasantly surprised by the compactness of these pruners. They are very comfortable in my hand. They also do a very good job of snipping off branches up to about 3/8" in diameter. I managed to get through a larger (a little over 1/2" in diameter) branch, but it was hard work and seemed to stress the tool. I was pruning a plum tree, and the wood is pretty tough. Maybe on softer stuff they will easily get through the 3/4" branches as Fiskars says they will. Anyway, I am glad I bought them for the work I do. ... Read more

    15. Fiskars 91806935 10" Wallace Hedge Shears
    list price: $25.99
    our price: $24.99
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    Asin: B00002N66J
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fiskars
    Sales Rank: 3909
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    • Patented power-lever design
    • High-carbon steel blades
    • Shock-absorbing cushion bumper
    • Self-sharpening functional serration

    Reviews (2)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Good steel, strong efficient design
    This is a first rate traditional hand tool with two improvements: serrations on one edge to stop vegetation from slipping toward the tip when cut, and leverage cams that make force at the blade nearly twice what it would be with the ancient unlevered design. Most users will find this a very satisfactory implement, comfortable to use and durable.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Impressed with the quality
    Great quality and great price. If you need a comfortable and easy to use hedge shear, purchase this one. The man in the family, says was the best purchase I have made in a long time. He liked this one and says is of exceptional quality ... Read more

    16. Fiskars 92156935 Softouch Swivel Grass Shears
    list price: $19.99
    our price: $15.99
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    Asin: B00004SD6X
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fiskars
    Sales Rank: 2677
    Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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    • Easy to reach ambidextrous lock
    • Award-winning Softouch handles for comfort
    • Swivel head for horizontal trimming and vertical edging
    • Precision ground carbon steel 5 inch blades
    • Looped handle protects fingers

    Reviews (3)

    3-0 out of 5 stars problem returning
    we purchased a grass shears from fiskars but are unable to returnthe shears because they stick . please let us know how we can return them .

    1-0 out of 5 stars Not for Lefthanders
    I am left handed and found these shears to be on average as good/bad as the pair of 10 year old shears I purchased the Friskars to replace. They work better if I use my right hand, but I still have to hold the grass tightly with one hand and shear with the other or the grass gets clogged in the crotch of the two blades. Using my left hand they get clogged more often than not.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great product
    I just used my new Fiskar Softtouch Swivel grass shears for the first time, and I am extremely pleased with them. They are very sharp and cut through the thickest grass and weeds. I even edged the sidewalk with them leaving a smooth, clean edge. I have retired my weedwacker forever! ... Read more

    17. Fiskars 70646935 Softouch Cultivator
    list price: $5.99
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    Asin: B00005YX2W
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fiskars
    Sales Rank: 3262
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    • Oversize cushion grip for comfort and extended periods of use
    • One-piece high strength cast aluminum allow won't bend or break

    18. Aquapore Moisture Systems 71501-6 5/8" x 50' Moisture Master Soaker
    list price: $17.99
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    Asin: B00004R9VT
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Aquapore
    Sales Rank: 18355
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    While the whir and click of traditional sprinklers is outdoor music to some, others prefer to keep their irrigation system off the lawn and out of hearing. The Fiskars 5/8-inch by 50-foot soaker hose is perfect in this respect, as it can be discreetly woven through flower beds, laid among shrubbery, or even buried. This soaker features Aquapore technology, which allows water to weep through the entire length of a hose that is easily attachable to just about any outside spigot or existing garden hose. Endorsed by the American Rose Society, this soaker hose helps protect your precious plants by watering the roots directly and keeping moisture from the foliage, minimizing the risk of plant disease. Environmentally minded gardeners will also be pleased that this product is made from 65% recycled tire rubber and uses up to 70% less water than standard watering devices, which waste water due to evaporation. Because this irrigation device is designed for lower water pressure and longer watering sessions than normal sprinklers, it also prevents runoff, lowering the probability of watering unwanted weeds along with your garden plants. ... Read more


    • 5/8 inches by 50 feet.
    • Comes with pop tray
    • Brass fittings

    19. Fiskars 94346974 Pruner Sheath
    list price: $7.99
    our price: $7.99
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    Asin: B00004SD7H
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fiskars
    Sales Rank: 831
    Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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    Sick of making frequent trips from the garden to the tool shed? Tired of constantly bending down to pick up tools from the ground? Keep your extra equipment handy with this practical pruner sheath from Fiskars. The well-constructed sheath's outer pocket is a plastic mesh that allows the moisture to drain from dew-soaked pruners, improving your grip. The inner pocket is large and deep enough to hold a second pair of clippers or, perhaps, your gardening gloves, sunglasses, or even a cellular telephone. This handy holder has a plastic clip for easy attachment to your belt and includes a loop at the top for hanging the holster in your garage or tool shed. ... Read more


    • Durable woven polyester construction
    • Keeps your pruner by your side at all times
    • Holds most standard or bypass pruners
    • Handy clip mounts to belt, waist, pocket, etc
    • Second mesh pocket for smaller items

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    3-0 out of 5 stars Okay, but not great
    I find the clip on this item is not too secure. The pouch is large, which is nice if you have large clippers. But mine are the same size as perhaps 95% of those on the market and they tend to fall out when kneeling in the garden. I purchased this item almost two years ago, and while it's still in great shape, I find I use a bucket caddy now to store my clippers with my other tools.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Never lose your pruner again
    Before I bought this I averaged one new pair of pruners every six months because I would misplace them. God only knows where they all went, I sure don't. In the last two years I have had the same rose pruner thanks to the sheath. Over my life this will pay for its self many times over.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Sheath For Other Things Too?
    Isn't it a pain when you have to run around your garden just to get the right tools for the right job? Wish you could just save time, and have the tool you need with you at all times? For delicate home garden jobs like managing your flowers, you'll need this Pruner Sheath. This is probably for serious home gardeners that spend lots of their time in the garden taking care of their precious plants and flowers. I like this sheath by Fiskars because of the sheer size! It's very, very roomy! The incredible amount of room for a pruner sheath is well worth it.

    Besides liking the amount of room availible on this product, I also liked it because it keeps your pruner by your side at all times, and when you really need it. This sheath holds most standard or bypass pruners, which is great. On the sheath is also a clip in which you can mount it on yout belt, waist, pocket, and other places on you. Also, there is a secondary pocket to hold smaller items, maybe like repair tools or nails. The construction is of very high quality and durable woven polyester. The material also keeps your pruner very dry and easy to grip onto as well. Everything is just smart about this, from the room, to the pockets and materials. Definitely for the serious gardener! ... Read more

    20. Fiskars 94286974 Garden Waist Apron
    list price: $9.99
    our price: $6.99
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    Asin: B00004SD7J
    Catlog: Home Improvement
    Manufacturer: Fiskars
    Sales Rank: 1425
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Who says aprons are just for cooking? Now you can add convenience to your gardening experience with the Fiskars garden waist apron, a comfortable alternative to making frequent trips to the tool shed for the equipment you need to keep your lawn and garden beautiful. This durable apron is made from water-resistant 600-denier fabric and ties around your waist to keep your items handy. Included are three deep pockets capable of carrying just about anything you may need, from gardening gloves and pruners to scissors, hose attachments, or sunglasses. ... Read more


    • Stores tools when not in use
    • Keeps tools and other garden accessories handy
    • Three large access pockets
    • Tie strap closure
    • Durable woven polyester construction

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    4-0 out of 5 stars Brilliant
    Man, this is a good apron and I can't believe how good it is! Kept me clean, and even has pockets.

    5-0 out of 5 stars how did I live without one?
    Just received as a gift, now when I get ready to prune or weed, I just put on my apron - no more wasted trips inside, I'm ready. Very handy. A must have for any gardener. ... Read more

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