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Fiskars Chain Drive 7–16 Foot Extendable Pole Saw & Pruner (394631-1001),White
Fiskars Chain Drive 7–16 Foot Extendable Pole Saw & Pruner (394631-1001),White
Fiskars Chain Drive 7–16 Foot Extendable Pole Saw & Pruner (394631-1001),White
Fiskars Chain Drive 7–16 Foot Extendable Pole Saw & Pruner (394631-1001),White
Fiskars Chain Drive 7–16 Foot Extendable Pole Saw & Pruner (394631-1001),White
Fiskars Chain Drive 7–16 Foot Extendable Pole Saw & Pruner (394631-1001),White
Fiskars Chain Drive 7–16 Foot Extendable Pole Saw & Pruner (394631-1001),White

Fiskars Chain Drive 7–16 Foot Extendable Pole Saw & Pruner (394631-1001),White

Fiskars Chain Drive 7–16 Foot Extendable Pole Saw & Pruner (394631-1001),White
Fiskars Chain Drive 7–16 Foot Extendable Pole Saw & Pruner (394631-1001),White
Fiskars Chain Drive 7–16 Foot Extendable Pole Saw & Pruner (394631-1001),White
Fiskars Chain Drive 7–16 Foot Extendable Pole Saw & Pruner (394631-1001),White
Fiskars Chain Drive 7–16 Foot Extendable Pole Saw & Pruner (394631-1001),White
Fiskars Chain Drive 7–16 Foot Extendable Pole Saw & Pruner (394631-1001),White
Fiskars Chain Drive 7–16 Foot Extendable Pole Saw & Pruner (394631-1001),White
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Features

  • Easily cut high branches with a sturdy tree trimming system that extends up to 16 feet and features a chain-drive design for up to 3X more power
  • Includes a precision-ground steel pruner for cutting branches up to 1 1/4 inch thick and a 15 inch hooked WoodZig saw for removing larger branches
  • Oval-shaped fiberglass and aluminum poles greatly reduce flex, allow you to control the cut direction and fit the natural shape of your hand
  • Secure double locking systems ensure the extended pole stays put
  • Full lifetime warranty

Description

High branches are within reach with the Chain Drive Extendable Pole Saw & Pruner, which includes two different cutting options and extends up to 16 feet. Chain-drive gearing gives you up to 3X more cutting power than traditional designs. Plus, oval-shaped, lightweight yet strong poles reduces flex, allow you to control the direction of the cut and fit the natural shape of your hand. A unique double locking system ensures the pole stays extended for superior control. Trim branches up to 1-1/4" thick with the sharp, durable steel pruner boasting a special low-friction coating for smooth cutting, reduced gumming and enhanced rust resistance. A compact design helps prevent snagging when reaching into tight spaces.For thicker branches, call on the power of the sturdy 15" WoodZig saw, featuring a special hooked end that anchors the saw and prevents the blade from slipping out of the cutting groove.


Product Dimensions 2 x 8 x 81 inches


Item Weight 5.95 pounds


Manufacturer Fiskars Garden


ASIN B01N5610H6


Item model number 394631-1001


Customer Reviews 4.3 out of 5 stars 427 ratings 4.3 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #2,014 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #2 in Handsaws


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


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Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


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Features

  • Easily cut high branches with a sturdy tree trimming system that extends up to 16 feet and features a chain-drive design for up to 3X more power
  • Includes a precision-ground steel pruner for cutting branches up to 1 1/4 inch thick and a 15 inch hooked WoodZig saw for removing larger branches
  • Oval-shaped fiberglass and aluminum poles greatly reduce flex, allow you to control the cut direction and fit the natural shape of your hand
  • Secure double locking systems ensure the extended pole stays put
  • Full lifetime warranty

Description

High branches are within reach with the Chain Drive Extendable Pole Saw & Pruner, which includes two different cutting options and extends up to 16 feet. Chain-drive gearing gives you up to 3X more cutting power than traditional designs. Plus, oval-shaped, lightweight yet strong poles reduces flex, allow you to control the direction of the cut and fit the natural shape of your hand. A unique double locking system ensures the pole stays extended for superior control. Trim branches up to 1-1/4" thick with the sharp, durable steel pruner boasting a special low-friction coating for smooth cutting, reduced gumming and enhanced rust resistance. A compact design helps prevent snagging when reaching into tight spaces.For thicker branches, call on the power of the sturdy 15" WoodZig saw, featuring a special hooked end that anchors the saw and prevents the blade from slipping out of the cutting groove.


Product Dimensions 2 x 8 x 81 inches


Item Weight 5.95 pounds


Manufacturer Fiskars Garden


ASIN B01N5610H6


Item model number 394631-1001


Customer Reviews 4.3 out of 5 stars 427 ratings 4.3 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #2,014 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #2 in Handsaws


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Easily cut high branches with a sturdy tree trimming system that extends up to 16 feet and features a chain-drive design for up to 3X more power
  • Includes a precision-ground steel pruner for cutting branches up to 1 1/4 inch thick and a 15 inch hooked WoodZig saw for removing larger branches
  • Oval-shaped fiberglass and aluminum poles greatly reduce flex, allow you to control the cut direction and fit the natural shape of your hand
  • Secure double locking systems ensure the extended pole stays put
  • Full lifetime warranty

Description

High branches are within reach with the Chain Drive Extendable Pole Saw & Pruner, which includes two different cutting options and extends up to 16 feet. Chain-drive gearing gives you up to 3X more cutting power than traditional designs. Plus, oval-shaped, lightweight yet strong poles reduces flex, allow you to control the direction of the cut and fit the natural shape of your hand. A unique double locking system ensures the pole stays extended for superior control. Trim branches up to 1-1/4" thick with the sharp, durable steel pruner boasting a special low-friction coating for smooth cutting, reduced gumming and enhanced rust resistance. A compact design helps prevent snagging when reaching into tight spaces.For thicker branches, call on the power of the sturdy 15" WoodZig saw, featuring a special hooked end that anchors the saw and prevents the blade from slipping out of the cutting groove.


Product Dimensions 2 x 8 x 81 inches


Item Weight 5.95 pounds


Manufacturer Fiskars Garden


ASIN B01N5610H6


Item model number 394631-1001


Customer Reviews 4.3 out of 5 stars 427 ratings 4.3 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #2,014 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #2 in Handsaws


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


abunda_amazon_reviews Be aware that even though this is a nice pole and saw, the cutter portion is a MAJOR weak point. After using this for 5 minutes the cutter broke on it's 3rd finger sized branch. I have made Amazon aware of this and will receive a replacement to try again but until then I can NOT recommend this at the time. I have 3 other shorter poles bought through the years that work great that cost no where near what this does. I will update on the replacement pole quality. UPDATE #1 The head on the saw broke within 3 hours of use. Half of it is made out of a JUNK metal that looks like slag from a casting pot. This is what they use to make toys out of and should NEVER be used in anything that takes stress. The other half of the head is plastic and did NOT brake. This failure is totally unacceptable and this saw should be pulled from the market. The head WILL break if you use this pole to cut anything larger than a twig or pencil sized branch. UPDATE #2 The next day I tried retracting the pole and it would not lock so I took it apart to see what happened. The plastic locking body moved out of alignment because there is no stop to keep it from moving and only friction is supposed to hold it in position. I realigned and tightened the bolts alot more than they originally were. Both locks had failed. This is the 3rd failure within 1 day of use. This saw should NOT be on the market as is. They choose to use cheap parts on a good concept. UPDATE #3 I received my replacement pole and you can see there is nothing holding the chain lock plate together on pruner. This is why the first one broke. The grooves are even too thin to add your own plate. After some time I barely squeezed a lock ring on one pin but there is no room for this on the other pin. So if you own this pruner put a tie wrap around the lock plate so it does not fall off. POOR manufacturing. Also without even using the pole I had trouble with the locking pins for extending the pole. I repaired them as before. If your handy you can fix this pole to function but the head is still not very strong and will break over time with sawing motions. It is a GREAT design concept but POORLY executed. Over all I can NOT recommend this pole as is currently manufactured.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 21, 2017;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Hold off buying;;Caretaker;;;One star is way too many for this piece of junk. The selling points described for this pole pruner emphasize the 1-1/4 easy cutting capacity which was true for 1 cut. After that, the steel cutting blade seemed to get caught on the cutting anvil that turned out to be thin, cast aluminum that as part of the gusset that attaches the cutting head mechanism to the extendible pole. As it turns out, the aluminum quickly failed to hold it's position under the force of cutting so the cutting blade tended to catch on the aluminum. After making 8 successive cuts of smaller branches, 1/2 to 3/4 inches in diameter, the aluminum cracked on the blade side of the attaching gusset, making the tool completely useless. At that point, even the curved saw attached to the cutting head was also rendered useless because the cracked aluminum caused miss-alignment and would not support any cutting force. Too bad the cheap, cast aluminum head wasn't made of steel to match the cutting blade and be able to hold up to the compound cutting force. Unfortunately, the well designed extendable pole means nothing without an equally well designed and manufactured cutting head. The few additional ounces of weight steel would add to the cutting head, it would have made all the difference. Don't buy this long pole pruner unless you don't mind wasting your money on a tool that looks infinitely better than it will perform.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 16, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Junk! Actually, and expensive piece of junk!;;SculptStone;;;First of all let me commend you Fiskars for the first saw/pruner I purchased. It must be 15 years old now. Still works and got a lot of use out of it. I ordered a new blade for it, then thought, "What the heck, I'm going to get a new fancy 16 footer and give the old one to my son". The second time I used the new one the chain on the pruner broke. I know what you are going to say FIskars, I used it on a branch that was too big. The wood was hard to cut through, but I don't think I did. Believe me it was never a problem with the old one that my son now has. On the positive side, the blade on the saw is great. I like the hook on the end that keeps the saw in the cut. I also like the really strong, solid pole, however, I am very disappointed. Here's some advice Fiskars: Get rid of the fancy chain and fabric strip on the pruner and go back to a basic spring setup. The chain looks cool, but that's about it. Buyers, Don't buy this product. Unfortunately I bought it in January and didn't start using it until recently (past the refund period). It looks like I am SOL. My only recourse is to say goodbye to Fiskars. I do have a nice saw however,;;Reviewed in the United States on April 13, 2019;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Disappointed;;Jay Sergio;;;I purchased this pole saw earlier this year... sure it has a very capable cutting blade. The issue is when it is extended and I am cutting with the saw, the poles occasionally detach, sending one of the poles and the attached the saw blade falling back towards the user. This has happened several times and it just missed my head the last time, so I am done with this product I have the clamps properly secured, but the poles separate at a junction that is not even supposed to extend. Either this product was very poorly designed or it is defective, so I am done playing "dodge the falling saw".;;Reviewed in the United States on October 7, 2017;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Hazardous, be very wary of this product;;ChrisCT

Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Orders placed now will arrive in 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Top Amazon Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Caretaker - Reviewed in the United States on July 21, 2017
Hold off buying
Be aware that even though this is a nice pole and saw, the cutter portion is a MAJOR weak point. After using this for 5 minutes the cutter broke on it's 3rd finger sized branch. I have made Amazon aware of this and will receive a replacement to try again but until then I can NOT recommend this at the time. I have 3 other shorter poles bought through the years that work great that cost no where near what this does. I will update on the replacement pole quality. UPDATE #1 The head on the saw broke within 3 hours of use. Half of it is made out of a JUNK metal that looks like slag from a casting pot. This is what they use to make toys out of and should NEVER be used in anything that takes stress. The other half of the head is plastic and did NOT brake. This failure is totally unacceptable and this saw should be pulled from the market. The head WILL break if you use this pole to cut anything larger than a twig or pencil sized branch. UPDATE #2 The next day I tried retracting the pole and it would not lock so I took it apart to see what happened. The plastic locking body moved out of alignment because there is no stop to keep it from moving and only friction is supposed to hold it in position. I realigned and tightened the bolts alot more than they originally were. Both locks had failed. This is the 3rd failure within 1 day of use. This saw should NOT be on the market as is. They choose to use cheap parts on a good concept. UPDATE #3 I received my replacement pole and you can see there is nothing holding the chain lock plate together on pruner. This is why the first one broke. The grooves are even too thin to add your own plate. After some time I barely squeezed a lock ring on one pin but there is no room for this on the other pin. So if you own this pruner put a tie wrap around the lock plate so it does not fall off. POOR manufacturing. Also without even using the pole I had trouble with the locking pins for extending the pole. I repaired them as before. If your handy you can fix this pole to function but the head is still not very strong and will break over time with sawing motions. It is a GREAT design concept but POORLY executed. Over all I can NOT recommend this pole as is currently manufactured.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By SculptStone - Reviewed in the United States on August 16, 2018
Junk! Actually, and expensive piece of junk!
One star is way too many for this piece of junk. The selling points described for this pole pruner emphasize the 1-1/4 easy cutting capacity which was true for 1 cut. After that, the steel cutting blade seemed to get caught on the cutting anvil that turned out to be thin, cast aluminum that as part of the gusset that attaches the cutting head mechanism to the extendible pole. As it turns out, the aluminum quickly failed to hold it's position under the force of cutting so the cutting blade tended to catch on the aluminum. After making 8 successive cuts of smaller branches, 1/2 to 3/4 inches in diameter, the aluminum cracked on the blade side of the attaching gusset, making the tool completely useless. At that point, even the curved saw attached to the cutting head was also rendered useless because the cracked aluminum caused miss-alignment and would not support any cutting force. Too bad the cheap, cast aluminum head wasn't made of steel to match the cutting blade and be able to hold up to the compound cutting force. Unfortunately, the well designed extendable pole means nothing without an equally well designed and manufactured cutting head. The few additional ounces of weight steel would add to the cutting head, it would have made all the difference. Don't buy this long pole pruner unless you don't mind wasting your money on a tool that looks infinitely better than it will perform.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Jay Sergio - Reviewed in the United States on April 13, 2019
Disappointed
First of all let me commend you Fiskars for the first saw/pruner I purchased. It must be 15 years old now. Still works and got a lot of use out of it. I ordered a new blade for it, then thought, "What the heck, I'm going to get a new fancy 16 footer and give the old one to my son". The second time I used the new one the chain on the pruner broke. I know what you are going to say FIskars, I used it on a branch that was too big. The wood was hard to cut through, but I don't think I did. Believe me it was never a problem with the old one that my son now has. On the positive side, the blade on the saw is great. I like the hook on the end that keeps the saw in the cut. I also like the really strong, solid pole, however, I am very disappointed. Here's some advice Fiskars: Get rid of the fancy chain and fabric strip on the pruner and go back to a basic spring setup. The chain looks cool, but that's about it. Buyers, Don't buy this product. Unfortunately I bought it in January and didn't start using it until recently (past the refund period). It looks like I am SOL. My only recourse is to say goodbye to Fiskars. I do have a nice saw however,

1.0 out of 5 stars
By ChrisCT - Reviewed in the United States on October 7, 2017
Hazardous, be very wary of this product
I purchased this pole saw earlier this year... sure it has a very capable cutting blade. The issue is when it is extended and I am cutting with the saw, the poles occasionally detach, sending one of the poles and the attached the saw blade falling back towards the user. This has happened several times and it just missed my head the last time, so I am done with this product I have the clamps properly secured, but the poles separate at a junction that is not even supposed to extend. Either this product was very poorly designed or it is defective, so I am done playing "dodge the falling saw".

Recent Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Caretaker - Reviewed in the United States on July 21, 2017
Hold off buying
Be aware that even though this is a nice pole and saw, the cutter portion is a MAJOR weak point. After using this for 5 minutes the cutter broke on it's 3rd finger sized branch. I have made Amazon aware of this and will receive a replacement to try again but until then I can NOT recommend this at the time. I have 3 other shorter poles bought through the years that work great that cost no where near what this does. I will update on the replacement pole quality. UPDATE #1 The head on the saw broke within 3 hours of use. Half of it is made out of a JUNK metal that looks like slag from a casting pot. This is what they use to make toys out of and should NEVER be used in anything that takes stress. The other half of the head is plastic and did NOT brake. This failure is totally unacceptable and this saw should be pulled from the market. The head WILL break if you use this pole to cut anything larger than a twig or pencil sized branch. UPDATE #2 The next day I tried retracting the pole and it would not lock so I took it apart to see what happened. The plastic locking body moved out of alignment because there is no stop to keep it from moving and only friction is supposed to hold it in position. I realigned and tightened the bolts alot more than they originally were. Both locks had failed. This is the 3rd failure within 1 day of use. This saw should NOT be on the market as is. They choose to use cheap parts on a good concept. UPDATE #3 I received my replacement pole and you can see there is nothing holding the chain lock plate together on pruner. This is why the first one broke. The grooves are even too thin to add your own plate. After some time I barely squeezed a lock ring on one pin but there is no room for this on the other pin. So if you own this pruner put a tie wrap around the lock plate so it does not fall off. POOR manufacturing. Also without even using the pole I had trouble with the locking pins for extending the pole. I repaired them as before. If your handy you can fix this pole to function but the head is still not very strong and will break over time with sawing motions. It is a GREAT design concept but POORLY executed. Over all I can NOT recommend this pole as is currently manufactured.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By SculptStone - Reviewed in the United States on August 16, 2018
Junk! Actually, and expensive piece of junk!
One star is way too many for this piece of junk. The selling points described for this pole pruner emphasize the 1-1/4 easy cutting capacity which was true for 1 cut. After that, the steel cutting blade seemed to get caught on the cutting anvil that turned out to be thin, cast aluminum that as part of the gusset that attaches the cutting head mechanism to the extendible pole. As it turns out, the aluminum quickly failed to hold it's position under the force of cutting so the cutting blade tended to catch on the aluminum. After making 8 successive cuts of smaller branches, 1/2 to 3/4 inches in diameter, the aluminum cracked on the blade side of the attaching gusset, making the tool completely useless. At that point, even the curved saw attached to the cutting head was also rendered useless because the cracked aluminum caused miss-alignment and would not support any cutting force. Too bad the cheap, cast aluminum head wasn't made of steel to match the cutting blade and be able to hold up to the compound cutting force. Unfortunately, the well designed extendable pole means nothing without an equally well designed and manufactured cutting head. The few additional ounces of weight steel would add to the cutting head, it would have made all the difference. Don't buy this long pole pruner unless you don't mind wasting your money on a tool that looks infinitely better than it will perform.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Jay Sergio - Reviewed in the United States on April 13, 2019
Disappointed
First of all let me commend you Fiskars for the first saw/pruner I purchased. It must be 15 years old now. Still works and got a lot of use out of it. I ordered a new blade for it, then thought, "What the heck, I'm going to get a new fancy 16 footer and give the old one to my son". The second time I used the new one the chain on the pruner broke. I know what you are going to say FIskars, I used it on a branch that was too big. The wood was hard to cut through, but I don't think I did. Believe me it was never a problem with the old one that my son now has. On the positive side, the blade on the saw is great. I like the hook on the end that keeps the saw in the cut. I also like the really strong, solid pole, however, I am very disappointed. Here's some advice Fiskars: Get rid of the fancy chain and fabric strip on the pruner and go back to a basic spring setup. The chain looks cool, but that's about it. Buyers, Don't buy this product. Unfortunately I bought it in January and didn't start using it until recently (past the refund period). It looks like I am SOL. My only recourse is to say goodbye to Fiskars. I do have a nice saw however,

1.0 out of 5 stars
By ChrisCT - Reviewed in the United States on October 7, 2017
Hazardous, be very wary of this product
I purchased this pole saw earlier this year... sure it has a very capable cutting blade. The issue is when it is extended and I am cutting with the saw, the poles occasionally detach, sending one of the poles and the attached the saw blade falling back towards the user. This has happened several times and it just missed my head the last time, so I am done with this product I have the clamps properly secured, but the poles separate at a junction that is not even supposed to extend. Either this product was very poorly designed or it is defective, so I am done playing "dodge the falling saw".