Niwaki GR210 Folding Pruning Saw
This is a fantastic pruning saw for regular garden use. I would not be without it.
Niwaki's GR10 Folding Pruning Saw is just the job for thinning shrubs, pruning fruit trees, coppicing, pollarding, hedge laying and other meatier jobs that secateurs or loppers can’t handle. With a sturdy rubber handle and a long blade, it will easily cut through thicker branches. The saw folds, making it the ideal size to carry with you at all times.
- A versatile tool for cutting thicker branches
- Overall dimensions: 44cm x 5cm x 1.5cm unfolded
- Blade length: 21cm
- Made from impact hardened SK-4 steel and rubber
- Suitable for cutting stems, twigs and branches up to 7cm in diameter
As a fledgling business founded on the principles of friendliness, dependability and simplicity, we aim to deal with your order gracefully and efficiently so that you can devote your time to more important things.
Our aim is to process your order within 24 hours of receipt and we expect it to arrive within 3-5 working days under normal circumstances.
Deliveries cost £3 for small, slim items that will slip into an envelope.
Most other deliveries cost £6 for any number of items, so don’t hold back!
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Deliveries to far-flung UK locations may incur an additional charge.
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As with all Japanese saws, this pruning saw has a narrow blade for efficient sawing. It cuts on the pull stroke; go easy, and don’t twist or snag the blade. Pruning is not about strength or energy, it’s about planning and care. Think about positioning, precision and rhythm, about feeling what you’re doing. Respond to the situation, rather than bulldozing through.
For lots more tips and advice on pruning and looking after your precious tools, read my guide: How to Prune Like a Pro.