Fiskars Garden & Power Tools
Latest review: Light, easy to use and splits most of my logs easily. The really twisted tough stuff requires a heavier maul such as the Fiskars Isocore (8lb head). Fiskars easily wins hands down over other top
Latest review: The idea was good, unsure what the problem is, but, on trying to remove a long core root from hardened clay soil, something clicked/snapped and now it no longer works. So, I manipulated everything
Latest review: What a pity that they did not make handle adjustable so you can make hole in tight spots. And spare blades not easy to find. Otherwise it is good tool to have.
Latest review: The project that forced me to buy better loppers, was removal of 40 clumps of bamboo. The loppers I used before were a cheaper set from Aldi. I thought that due to size of the project, that what I
Latest review: I have used these secateurs for years now, they are almost indestructible (although my first pair lost the encounter with the mulched but that’s another story). I am nearly70, have a huge garden, n
Latest review: I bought a Friskars telescopic pole pruner. Great design, but the blades are light and poor quality. Jammed on the first use. My second Friskars mistake. Shame on me. Where can you get quality tools