I am a gardener with 22 years of employment. I've been using a number of pruned scissors so far, but it was a mistake to purchase with curiosity. Since it is pulling out, if you try to cut branches with the sense of common pruning scissors, only the bark will remain unburned at the end. This is a drawer because it is a drawer, but unfortunately the durability of the cutting edge is the same level as the 100 pruned scissors hit in prizes earlier. The gardener prunes various trees. Oak owl, the hardened dead branches of Kinmokusei were cut, and the cutting edge fell off quickly. It is highly recommended for those who always cut only thin living trees, for gardens at home or weekend gardening, for flowers and grape workers, but it is not suitable for hard users pruning a wide variety of branches. Although it is easy to break, durability is on par with the price. I would be pleased if it will be helpful for a thought.
I use a vassieb at the pruning job everyday. I am using it for a year but it breaks without breaking. If you use it, I will sharpen with a sharpener. You can really cut hard branches and thick branches comfortably. The cut is also beautiful, I think that pulling out is epochal. I have had a wonderful scissors, although it is 12 years old. The price is reasonable, so I think that it is worth using once. Aside from that, the scissors case will not enter unless it is large. People with small hands think this size is easy to use.
Pruning fruit trees
On 2013-07-15 13:39:34
As there is a mechanism to pull and cut, it certainly feels like it will be easier to cut than normal pruning shears, but I doubt if it is cut with half force. Because the width of the blade is not enough, it is difficult to cut a slightly thicker branch.