Saxon 650mm - 985mm Telescopic By-Pass Lopper

I/N: 3350706
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Product Description

Saxon Telescopic By-pass Lopper with extendable arms to provide extra reach from 650mm - 985mm. This lopper has a non stick cutting blade, serrated lower blade and bypass action. Suitable for cutting a wide variety of branches. The 6mm blade has a cutting capacity up to 40mm, spring bumper to prevent jarring and easy open telescopic handles.

  • Non stick 6mm cutting blade with serrated lower blade
  • 40mm cutting capacity40mm cutting capacity
  • Bypass action with spring bumper
  • Push button telescopic function
  • Lightweight aluminium handles with comfort grips

Product Details

Model Name
Saxon Telescopic By-Pass Lopper
Model Number
Aluminium - Steel
Green / Silver
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:240 H:35 L:650
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:400 H:145 L:680
Blade Material
High Carbon Steel
Blade Cutting Type
Corrosion Resistant
Maximum cutting thickness (mm.)
Gear Driven
Handle Length (mm)
Rotating Head
Snap Lock
Serrated Edge
Shock-Absorbing Bumper
Telescoping Handles
Blade Length (mm)

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