How to choose the right garden pruner, Bypass or Anvil? - With a bypass cutting tool, you draw a curved or straight blade past another blade - this creates a scissor-like motion that works well for cutting live green plants. The spongy, firm outer wall surrounding the stem yields easily to that bypass motion.Such as our product GPPS-1002, GPPS-1003 and GPPS-1004. - With an anvil cutting tool, you bring down a straight blade against a wide anvil usually made of steel or hard rubber. Anvil pruners are better suited for dead and dried-out plants - the crushing motion causes the brittle stem to kind of explode and separate.Such as our product GPPS-1001 and GPPS-1005.
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Designs and Features - Premium Titanium steel with Ultra-fine Polishing Technology. - Ergonomically designed non-slip handles are strong,lightweight,and comfortable. - Pruners can cut up to 3/4" diameter size tree branches.This may vary depending on tree species.
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Drop forged body and handles.
Quality blade made of Premium Titanium steel with Ultra-fine Polishing Technology.
Ergonomically designed non-slip handles are strong,lightweight,and comfortable.
Sap groove design to help keep pruning shears from sticking by channeling off sap.
Pruners can cut up to 3/4" diameter size tree branches.This may vary depending on tree species.