Secateurs and Pruners

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  1. As my hands have gotten older (not to mention the rest of me!) they have developed arthritic and I have suffered with Carpal tunnel disorder for a number of years.

    I have found even after using top rated pruners for many years that I needed to switch to ratchet hand pruners. They take a bit longer to complete a cut but are so much easier on the hands.

    As I own a nursery I prune a lot and the choice of pruners makes a g difference.


  2. Eric Parker says:

    The bypass pruners are very sharp and complete an incredible activity when I’m pruning my garden. They just thing I’m not content with is that the spring sometimes gets free and, truly, springs strange and shoots into space. Terrible rhyming aside, I’ve had more occasions of creeping around on the ground to scan for the spring than I tend to.