10 Best Manual Pole Saws
10 Best Manual Pole Saws
4.9 (98.18%) 11 vote[s]
Razor sharp 13-inch
Bi-directional cut
3X tooth design
Fiskars 393951-1001
Precision-ground steel pruner
12" double-grind saw
Secure double locking system
Jameson LS-6PKG-6
Versatile 3 pole system
Aluminum ferrules
Low profile head
Silky 179-39
Sk4 high carbon steel metal
Jameson FG-6PKG-7
Double-pulley pruner
FG Series poles
16-inch saw blade
Fiskars 393981-1001
Easily cut high branches
Power-Lever technology
Precision-ground steel pruner
Wicked Ultra Light
2 in 1 design
High carbon steel blades
Telescoping pole design
Notch 40207 Pole Saw
Color: Yellow
Duty double thick blade
Item Weight: 10 pounds
INTBUYING Garden Tools
4cm thickness
With a scissor on the head
More durable
Finether Pole Saw
Size: 4m
Lightweight construction
Shoulder strap

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  1. A manual pole saw is a staple landscaping tool. You have to own one! I have one with advanced tooth design that handles strictly bi-directional cuts. It does what I need and that is what counts! I have an electric one for anything more serious, but you could get away with a double-pulley pruner or other style if needed.

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