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Fiskars brings power to the garden

Published: 8 September 2015
The Fiskars PowerGear offers up to three times the cutting power of comparable tools, cutting effortlessly and with precision, says the company.
Fiskars brings power to the garden
The ergonomic handle rolls to follow the user's hand's natural clenching motion, reducing stress and fatigue. A patented gear design gives three times the cutting power of ordinary secateurs, so bigger cuts can be made with a fraction of the effort.

The Fiskars PowerGear bypass pruner is ideal for cutting green, living growth and is available in a large size and small/medium.

The PowerGear hedge shear boasts a pair of super-sharp polished steel blades, and two carefully-set gears equal three times the power of conventional shears. The large easy-grip handles provide total control, which mean quick, neat cuts, while the lightweight design means you can clip on and on - even in hard-to-reach places.

The PowerGear loppers are perfect for pruning the woody stems that need taming prior to new growth. They feature the patented gear mechanism and non-stick precision steel blades, as well as lightweight FiberComp handles, and are designed to significantly reduce arm strain and hand fatigue to make gardening easier and more enjoyable.


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