In this post I share a video and product recommendations featuring the Fiskars Smooth Action Bypass Pruner. Click below to see video and get yours before garden season has ended.
Fiskars Smooth Action Bypass Pruner Review
You can image how embarrassed I was to find I have not done a garden product review on my network in a while. Luckily, a foodie friend was asking about pruners I recommend for folks with arthritis. I do not suffer from that cripling disease but I do have carpel tunnel I have been living with for over 20 years. It is tools like the ones I can easily grab from my garden tote that make the daily tasks easy. The first tool I grab for pruning and trimming are these Fiskars Smooth Action Bypass Pruners. Check out the video below with my personal thoughts on this tool. This has been my go to tool for a few years now and you can see in the video how it is holding up!
The video is part of my Bren Haas Channel. You can find this and other recommendations on my website.
Fiskars Smooth Action Bypass Pruner Details
Once I reach into my garden tote and start off of the day it is no surprise this is my go to tool. Where do I begin when listing some of the details I love most about this tool? Below are a few of the Fiskars Smooth Action Bypass Pruner details that stand out for me. Obviously, these are some of the qualities you will find in other Fiskars brand tools.
About The Product:
- Blade Material is Alloy Steel
- 0.65 pounds
- Made by Fiskars
- 1.12 x 3.88 c 10.75 fits perfect in back pocket or tote bag
- Soft handle nice for carpel tunnel
Watch the video on my website to see just how easy they cut! The soft handle with easy lock make most cuts a one hand job!
Other Gardening Products
Below are a few of the post I have featuring tools I recommend for the garden. In conclusion checking out these post be sure to check them out and leave feedback below.
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What do you think of this Fiskars Smooth Action Bypass Pruner Review? Would you purchase such a tool or have you used them in the past? I would love to hear from you and what you want me to review next!
Happy Gardening year-round,