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Evolv from Companion 12 ft. Tree Pruner
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Evolv from Companion 12 ft. Tree Pruner

Item# 07183732000P | Model# CR 2712 | Added on May 26, 2010
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Companion tree pruner extends from 6 feet to 12 feet for easy reach.

  • Includes a saw blade for cutting large branches
  • Has a rope pulley system for ease of use
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by Gosolowbaby
July 31st
Works grate on my palm trees.

This is an awesome tool for short people like me. Does the job fast and very east to use.

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sdm8158

No job is too tall!

Effortless trimming and pruning of those high trees that were hovering over my roof. Not only is this pruner light weight, easy to use, and comes with a great warranty. But the blade stays sharp, no tangling on the road, and the replacements blades are reasonably prices and easy to find!

September 10th via sears.com
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chktg

tree pruner

I purchased this to trim some branches that were resting on my
roof. It was very easy to assemble and very easy to use. It did
an excellent job an the price was reasonable. I would recommend
this to any homeowner that has trees they need to trim.

August 13th via sears.com
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Shorty2001

tree trimmer

There were no directions in the package. Couldn't figure out how to attach the blade. Extension ple kept slipping down while cutting even though it was tightened. The rope also gets in the way when cutting. I didn't feel safe while using this product.

August 12th via sears.com
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Gosolowbaby

Works grate on my palm trees.

This is an awesome tool for short people like me. Does the job fast and very east to use.

July 31st via sears.com | The reviewer indicated they are affiliated with this product
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Tammy Miller
March 15th, 2013
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March 15th, 2013
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March 8th, 2013
mel1555

Good value

Light duty extension pruner is fine for most household landscaping. I use mine to prune queen palms

January 3rd, 2013 via sears.com
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Valerie Mulroy
November 28th, 2012
lonewolf85

companion 12ft pruner

the saw did not fit over the knob made for it. I had to file it to make it fit.

April 12th, 2012 via sears.com
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Sree999

This is such a waste of money buying this tool.

<p>The blade is so imbalanced and doesn't cut at least one small branch as expected. I couldn't not use this tool at all. The balde doens't have grip and bends either backwards or sides.</p>

December 28th, 2011 via sears.com
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Wonky

Companion 12 ft. Tree Pruner is light weight and well designed.

I've found that a little skill, strength and patiences is all one needs to get the job done. Light weight (5.5 lbs.) and well designed for the money and my needs. I purchased the Companion 12 ft. Tree Pruner two weeks ago and have finished the job intended for it.
I have several maturing Live Oak trees that I trimmed with this pruner. I sawed branches approximately 3 to 5 inches in diameter and with the cutter/pruner, cut many branches 1 to 11/4 inches in diameter with the pole fully extended.
The saw tends to wobble some at the start of a cut, especially when the pole is extended much, but slow, short sawing strokes to develop and establish a proper groove can remedy this problem. Also, it helps to remove the saw blade when using the cutter/pruner, as the saw tends to get in the way sometimes while pruning small branches, especially on a narly Live Oak tree.
The locking ring for the pole extension stays locked as needed. The one concern I have about this pruner is the cord that pulls the cutter/pruner seems a bit flimsy but so far it has held up.

January 19th, 2011 via sears.com
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MarkRock

not worth the money

<p>I purchased to cut some high limbs and storage is very hard because of the length. &nbsp;In order to do anything to store it you have to take the blade all the way off which sucks. &nbsp;The cord feels as if it is going to brake when you try to cut with the cutters on it. &nbsp;The saw blade is very weak as well. &nbsp;Would not&nbsp;recommend&nbsp;to anyone to purchase.</p>

October 16th, 2010 via sears.com
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Rainman10

The Compainion Tree pruner worked exactly as I expected, GREAT!

<p>I am a mechanical minded person having extensive background with most all power equipment as well as hand operated equipment. I enjoy products that are well designed and do what they were intended to do. This pruner and saw does exactly that! If you want to cut 12inch diameter limbs out of a 60 ft tree then buy a chain saw and a cherry picker(and some insurance). For your lite work, this little pruner does the trick!</p>

June 30th, 2010 via sears.com
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CraftsmanPA2009

Does the Job for around the Home

Pruner does a good job of cutting, but doesn't retract to an open position after the cut. Must hit the spring-loaded bar against another branch to have it retract and be ready for the next cut. Not a major problem that probably can't be fixed with a little WD-40. But it is somewhat of an annoyance if that doesn't fix it. Plenty of branches though to do this if necessary. Works OK. Wouldn't want to spend $60 on another pruner just to fix this problem unless I was a pro, doing this every day. Required recommendation was a little &quot;iffy&quot; for me on the &quot;yes&quot;.

June 16th, 2009 via sears.com
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