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Branch Saws Bosch Universal ChainPole 18 (1x2.5Ah)
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Bosch Universal ChainPole 18 (1x2.5Ah)

Branch Saw, 18V, Telescopic Shaft, Harness

£133.95£126.95
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3 tips when buying a pruning saw

If you're using a pruning saw with a serrated blade, you'll need to replace it regularly since it can't be sharpened. Instead of purchasing a brand new saw every time, it's better to look for one with a replaceable blade. This way, you'll save money in the long run and always have a sharp saw when you need it.

If you're a gardening enthusiast, you'll know that pruning saws are an essential tool for maintaining your garden. Depending on the job, you might need two types of pruning saws: a shorter one for reaching between branches and a longer one for cutting large branches. But it's not just about being efficient - safety and comfort are also key. So, remember:

  • A pruning saw with a telescopic pole shaft and an angled head means you don’t have to balance on a ladder to reach high branches.

  • A handle with a sliding stop gives you a good grip, which will protect you against accidentally slipping and cutting your hand on the saw blade.

  • An ergonomic handle makes sawing comfortable, letting you work without feeling pain or discomfort in your hand.

An electric, petrol or battery powered pruning saw will make your job easier and save you a lot of effort. However, a petrol saw is harmful to both you and the environment. It often makes a lot of noise, and also requires maintenance, such as oiling. If you choose a battery-powered saw instead, you won’t have to worry about any cords. This makes it easy to use wherever you are, even in the forest. A hand-held saw may require more effort on your part, but on the other hand you’ll never have to worry about dead batteries or cords getting in your way.

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