8" Bypass Prune

MODEL # BD1113

  • The Hardened Steel Blade is more durable for gardening
  • The cast aluminum handles provide increased durability
  • The ergonomic handles provides more comfort and less stress on the hand
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Product Details

Key Features

  • Hardened steel blades
  • Cast Aluminum Handles
  • Ergonomic Handles
  • 5/8" cutting capacity. Polished blades. Soft comfort grips


  • More durable for gardening
  • For increased durability
  • More comfort and less stress on the hands

What's Included

  • single item


  • pruning

Technical Specifications

  • Blade MaterialHardened Steel
  • Handle MaterialCast Aluminum with Ergonomic Cushion Grip
  • Cutting Diameter5/8" "
  • Length8 "
  • ExtrasIFLON Coated Blades
  • TypeBypass Prune

Please refer to this product's instruction manual for specific warranty information


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    User Reviews for 8" Bypass Prune

    0 people recommended the following review
    LJParker Wrote:
    stupid locking design
    As with the previous reviewer, I found the locking mechanism a miserable nuisance: yes, it keeps the pruner from opening, but it also slips forward and prevents the pruner from closing. I didn't bother trying to return it - I simply removed the slider. All it needs is a little detent bump on the rail, to keep it from sliding forward when it's inverted, but honestly, a college grad with a degree in design engineering should have been able to figure that out after consulting somebody who had actually USED a pruner once or twice.

    It has a pretty, purple handle. And oh, yes, it's nice and sharp.


    A person should not have to modify a tool design just to use it as it was intended to be used.

    8/24/2013 12:34:49 PM

    0 people recommended the following review
    robwalte Wrote:
    Doesn't Work for Gardening
    We bought this product in a combination package with some floral shears. Both have a locking mechanism - it's the orange rectangular part of in the upper part of the right handle. It's horribly designed. It slides forward to lock, but there's no resistance. If you pull it back to unlock, the shears cut. The second you point the shears down toward a plant, the locking mechanism slides forward, and immobilizes the shears. The only way to use these without manually holding the locking mechanism in place is to cut something that is at the same height or higher than your hand is. The worst part is that the store where we bought the shears won't even take them back because of a "no returns" policy we didn't realize applied to EVERYTHING in the store, not just plants.

    The handles are nice.


    As mentioned above, the locking mechanism does not stay in place. Everytime you point the shears downward, it also slips down, and locks the shears so you can't actually cut anything.

    5/2/2011 12:52:08 PM

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