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Felco 160L Secateurs

SKU: BM-160L Categories: , ,

£40.00

5 in stock

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If you find that manufacturers automatically assume that larger hands are best suited to tools that are bulky and heavy, then the FELCO 160L pruning shears / secateurs will come as a pleasant surprise. Yes, they are unbelievably light, comfortable and ergonomic thanks to their strong composite fibreglass handles and angled cutting head, making them perfect for all general pruning jobs in the garden without a heavy-duty specification.

  • Enjoy comfortable and safe pruning with the ergonomic cushioned grips
  • Very lightweight construction provides for efficient handling no matter the location or task
  • Design optimised to generate better cutting leverage and increased power for those pruning with larger hands
  • The sap groove prevents the blade from sticking and improves cutting efficiency
  • Easily adjust the cutting head for a clean and precise cut that promotes quick healing of the pruning wound
  • Rely on FELCO proprietary heat treating and hardening know-how to provide you with a long lasting ultra-sharp cutting edge
  • The angled head integrates the tool’s function with your hand for a comfortable ergonomic cutting action that reduces wrist strain
  • The tapered cutting head provides easy access and greater reach to make pruning branches safe and efficient
  • Enjoy comfortable and safe pruning with the non-slip phthalate-free handles*
  • If you value sustainability as much as we do, you’ll want to keep your FELCO tool in premium condition and minimise waste by using a tool where all parts – from the blade and spring to the smallest screw, all are replaceable  
  • Red handles underline our Swiss heritage while acting as a convenient beacon, so you can always find your FELCO tool in any environment
  • Made in Switzerland using 100% renewable energy
  • Max cut diameter 25mm
Weight 0.19 kg
Brand

GTIN

783929100562

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