lopper


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Synonyms for lopper

a long-handled pruning saw with a curved blade at the end and sometimes a clipper

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Use your lopper or saw to first cut some of the oldest stems right to the ground, or to low, vigorous side shoots.
Lopper shears are designed to cut larger material than pruners and can cut branches up to 1 1/2 inches in diameter.
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1) Remove one 34-inch diameter branch from a tree using a lopper, remove another using a new tri-edged pruning saw, and another using a pruning saw with traditional teeth.
Note that for really small patches, a heavy sickle or a pair of loppers might be just the ticket, particularly if you'd rather invest sweat than money.
Pruning will require cutting tools: a good knife, hand pruners, long-handled loppers, speed pruning saw and perhaps a pole pruner or pole saw.
TACKLE extra HIGH hedge trimming and BIG branch lopping jobs quickly and safely, keeping both feet on the groundwith the ingenious, versatile Eckman 'Add-It-2' petrol powered extendable chainsaw lopper & trimmer.
Convert your Hedgetrimmer to a Telescopic Chainsaw Lopper - or add a heavy duty chainsaw, grass trimmer or leaf blower to your lithium powered set!
Our vote for best new tool goes to Black & Decker's Alligator Loppers, a versatile electric device that's like a chain saw and lopper rolled into one.
GADGET OF THE WEEK THERE'S no need to teeter on an old ladder to reach high-up branches - a telescopic tree lopper will save you the stress.
SAVE PS100 Easily tackles heavy duty cutting of up to 10" diameter logs at an incredible 33ft/second, but add both fibreglass extension poles (no tools required) and you've got a powerful branch lopper with a massive reach of over 1/2 feet - work with your feet safely on the ground - much safer than using a ladder!
SAWS--When branches are too big to cut cleanly with a lopper, you'll want to include a professional-quality saw as part of your pruning equipment.