Heavy duty tool with ratchet action for easy cutting in short steps - ideal for cutting thicker, harder branches. Rust resistant PTFE-coated carbon steel upper blade ensures lasting sharpness whilst the strong, lightweight aluminium handles are finished with soft-feel, non-slip grips for user comfort.
Average Customer Rating:
(7 Reviews) 7
Rating Snapshot(7 reviews)
6 of 7(86%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for Spear & Jackson Razorsharp Advance Telescopic Ratchet Anvil Loppers 40"
Review 1 for Spear & Jackson Razorsharp Advance Telescopic Ratchet Anvil Loppers 40"
"These Spear & Jackson quality anvil loppers are certainly worth their price. Good strong sturdy build, easy ratchet cutting system makes lopping thicker branches a doddle with minimum effort. I've no hesitation in recommending these as a useful addition to your kit if your work or pastime involves tree lopping."
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Review 2 for Spear & Jackson Razorsharp Advance Telescopic Ratchet Anvil Loppers 40"
"These loppers replaced a previous pair (cheaper & inferior make) that snapped while I was using them. Spear & Jackson is a respected make so I trusted what I was buying and they have a ten year guarantee. They are very powerful and cut through quite thick branches. The ratchet system works perfectly, making light work of lopping. One very small drawback is that as you open the handles the blades spring right open, so you have to work the handles a few times if the branch is not very thick. Small complaint though and would certainly recommend them."
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Review 6 for Spear & Jackson Razorsharp Advance Telescopic Ratchet Anvil Loppers 40"
"Unfortunately this superb tool failed through inadequate fasteners. After three weeks the nylon antislip nuts had loosened to the extent that a spring fell out and the loppers no longer worked. When they worked they were wonderful, the cutting blade and anvil are great, however they seem to have been assembled by an accountant rather than an engineer."