Darlac Garden Telescopic Angled Snapper / Tree Pruner

Price: £56.49

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This invaluable invention, can be used singlehandedly to reach across beds and borders or to trim soft growth at a distance without treading on plants. Great also for collecting roses or picking holly avoiding the prickles.

The Telescopic tool allows light pruning to be carried out up to 18″ from the ground (Including the users height). The 2 gripper bars will hold the stems once severed enabling the gathering of flowers, fruit or trimmings that are out of reach.

Zinc alloy steel handle, with aluminium shaft and high carbon steel blade make for Strong lightweight construction. Cutting blades can rotate 180 degrees allowing stems to be cut at different angles. The pruning head is also adjustable up to 30 degrees
•Swivel Head allows cutting blades to rotate 180 degrees
•Adjustable Head allows the pruning head to be adjusted by 30 degrees
•Telescopic shaft from 1.8m to 3m
•2 Gripper Bars allows for collection of flowers / trimmings
•Prune those difficult to reach plants
•Great for climbing Shrubs on trellis
•Ideal for collecting fruit
•Perfect for large beds / borders
•Suitable for left or right handed use
•Adjustable secondary grip
•Approx. Weight 1.98kg

Due to the length of this item we are un-able to ship it via Royal Mail and therefore delivery via courier is the only option.

Cut Capacity: 16mm
Adjustable Length: 1.8m to 3m

Additional information

Weight 2.1 kg
Dimensions 192 × 14 × 5 cm


Darlac Tools

Although majoring in cutting tools, Darlac offer one of the most diverse ranges of garden tools and equipment available from one independent UK source. Many highly respected popular gardening publication's writers and testers continue to award Darlac "Best Buy", "Best Value for Money and 5* ratings. All new products are exposed to the gardening press prior to being openly available, creating improved product awareness and greater demand when they reach the shelves A selection of awards from independent product tests are available for viewing on Darlac's website