Sniper Telescoping Long-Reach Pole Pruner

Sniper Telescoping Long-Reach Pole Pruner

This lightweight, long-reach pruner helps you trim tall trees with ease.

The Sniper pruner telescopes from 7ft 8in to 14ft 4in and opens wide for larger cuts than many telescoping pruners on the market. The head pivots left-to-right so you can cut at a variety of angles. Lightweight alloy tubing. Slide-action cutting mechanism—no more ropes or cords getting tangled in the branches!


726
3.900000 lbs
In Stock
Qty Price
12 $

159.99

3 + $

149.99



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Specs

  • Head adjusts 110 degrees to one side and 45 degrees to the other
  • 1 and 1/3" cutting capacity
  • Telescopes from 7'8" to 14'4"
  • Weighs 3.9 lb

Product Features

  • Internal pulleys reduce effort
  • Head pivots for angled cuts
  • Designed for profesionals
  • Cuts with a sliding hand grip

Product Benefits

  • Reduced effort means increased productivity
  • Pivoting head allows you to make a more "flush" cut, makes the pruner more versatile
  • Sliding handgrip is less stressful than rope-pulled pruners, easier on the hand and shoulder

Warranty

Product is covered by A.M. Leonard's one year warranty againts defects when used under normal conditions

Links

Cutting Head Instructions (scroll down to English version).
Manual

Product Video

Review Summary (Based on 4 Reviews)

Customer Reviews

2 Stars pole pruner

from MD wrote :

Good concept and the cutting head is well-designed. However.... The telescoping action is incredibly tight and froze shut within a month of very moderate usage. Expensive toy with minimal real world (let alone crew world) applications.

5 Stars Sniper fulfills need

from OH wrote :

This seems to be a great in-between pruner for me. I have a common type of long pole trimmer but find it heavy and awkward for medium range trimming. This pruner is light enough and maneuverable but also has a good reach.

5 Stars sniper pole pruner #726

from TX wrote :

I have had two prior pole pruners and these are the best blades. Sharp, no loose rope to get stuck in branches, and the multiple angles are great. The only drawback is the pull handle is sometimes out of reach to make a cut, so you learn to pull cord closest to you out before engaging blades and so you pull cord until you can reach handle and make your cut. Great product.

5 Stars Best Pole Pruner Ever!

from WA wrote :

I love this pruner. The extension is very long and what I needed for my trees. It cuts great. I am a woman and can handle this tool fully extended in most cases. If I am in a really tight position I can still handle the tool fully extended but I get my husband to pull down on the collar to make the cut so that I can keep the pruners exactly where I want them. This tool cuts large branches and I find it the best extension or pole cutter that I have found on the market.

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