prunz Battery Powered Gardening Shears

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prunz™ is an innovation in landscape/horticulture upkeep. Effortlessly bypass cut live-wood stems, branches, stalks, and vines up to 1-inch diameter with a squeeze of the trigger. Weighing in at <2lbs, these one-handed secateurs can make up to 3,000 cuts per battery charge (2 hour charge time). Ideal for consistent pruning, these garden shears will make maintenance easier than ever. Each box includes the pruners, (1) rechargeable li-ion battery, charger, (3)...
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prunz™ is an innovation in landscape/horticulture upkeep. Effortlessly bypass cut live-wood stems, branches, stalks, and vines up to 1-inch diameter with a squeeze of the trigger. Weighing in at <2lbs, these one-handed secateurs can make up to 3,000 cuts per battery charge (2 hour charge time).

Ideal for consistent pruning, these garden shears will make maintenance easier than ever. Each box includes the pruners, (1) rechargeable li-ion battery, charger, (3) blade wrenches, and blade lubricant, allowing you to begin pruning right away!

Every prunz™ shear is covered by our 1-year Limited Manufacturer's warranty.

  • BATTERY-POWERED - (1) high capacity 14.4V lithium-ion battery makes cutting easy and consistent (2 hour charge time)
  • 1-IN DIA. CUTS - Suitable for making cuts on live wood vegetation up to 1-in. diameter
  • LIGHTWEIGHT - These lightweight shears are less than 3lbs; takes only one hand to operate
  • 3,000 CUTS/CHARGE - Make non-progressive cuts all day with reliable lithium-ion technology
  • SAFE OPERATION - Integrated safety lock closes blades for storage through a long press of the trigger

Customer Reviews

Based on 18 reviews
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Artist
Bypass Pruning Shears

got the Prunz 2.5 in. 14.4-Volt Battery Powered Bypass Pruning Shears to make my life easier cutting down my 78 potted perennials plants this spring. I leave them up through the winter for the birds. Love this is cordless and lightweight, that their 3,000 cuts per charge for consistent pruning to easily complete my big pruning every spring. Today I cut down my butterfly bushes, the Pruning Shears work very fast, only took me 13 minutes to cut down 11 of them, love it... Great Prunz Shears.

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Emily
Good for the tough jobs

We have quite a few large shrubs that need regular pruning, and some ornamental trees that send up lots of tough little suckers that need to be cut back - doing it all by hand is just asking for fatigue and blisters. These powered shears are perfect for those tougher jobs, while still maintaining the dexterity and precision that you don't get with saws or trimmers. I can't speak to its longevity (yet) but it's been a real asset so far. My only complaint is that it can be a little quirky to turn on and off.

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AMGardner
Fast effortless pruning

After charging the battery overnight, this battery-powered tool made quick work of pruning a small tree that had been pulled over by a massive amount of wet snow. Before digging it up and replanting it in an upright position, we cut it back somewhat severely in about five minutes of easy work. The largest of the limbs that we cut was one inch in diameter, and it was effortless. The instructions are simple, noting that a double-pull of the trigger is needed to open the jaws of the pruner, and that one step could be printed in bold print for easier use of the instructions. We always have pruning to do, as well as fallen branches to be cut up. We look forward to using this pruner to make these jobs faster and easier.

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Imillert
Battery Powered Bypass Pruner

This pruner is great for pruning small branches. It is especially good for us who have limited mobility in our hands and where strength is diminished. It has a safety feature that keeps it from being accidentally operated, however not for use by children. Always keep your hand on the branch back from the cutting jaws. It comes with a charger. Always charge battery before putting away so as to be ready.

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Firebert
Effortless electric shears for arthritic hands

I needed these battery operated shears to solve a problem, cutting brush while having arthritis. I have a large yard with multiple hedges and brush. But over the last year or two I have gotten arthritis in my hands and have searched for tools that make it easier to clean up my yard. I first found regular shears that were adapted to make it easy to cut but they didn’t work as advertised. When I saw these shears I thought I would give them a try. They are the perfect solution! It took an adjustment period for me to get used to the way they work but once I did I found them to be VERY easy to use. They cut through any live branch up to about 1 inch with no problem at all. They will cut dead branches up to about 0.6 inch too. I even tried cutting through an old broom handle! My only warning is to keep your hands away from the blades! As it cut the broomstick I imagined getting a finger caught in the blades. Be careful because there is no stopping the blade once you press the trigger so it would be very easy to lose a finger! I have gotten into the habit of ALWAYS closing and locking the jaws when I am not using the pruner. The battery lasts for a good long afternoon of cutting.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 18 reviews
72%
(13)
28%
(5)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
A
Artist
Bypass Pruning Shears

got the Prunz 2.5 in. 14.4-Volt Battery Powered Bypass Pruning Shears to make my life easier cutting down my 78 potted perennials plants this spring. I leave them up through the winter for the birds. Love this is cordless and lightweight, that their 3,000 cuts per charge for consistent pruning to easily complete my big pruning every spring. Today I cut down my butterfly bushes, the Pruning Shears work very fast, only took me 13 minutes to cut down 11 of them, love it... Great Prunz Shears.

E
Emily
Good for the tough jobs

We have quite a few large shrubs that need regular pruning, and some ornamental trees that send up lots of tough little suckers that need to be cut back - doing it all by hand is just asking for fatigue and blisters. These powered shears are perfect for those tougher jobs, while still maintaining the dexterity and precision that you don't get with saws or trimmers. I can't speak to its longevity (yet) but it's been a real asset so far. My only complaint is that it can be a little quirky to turn on and off.

A
AMGardner
Fast effortless pruning

After charging the battery overnight, this battery-powered tool made quick work of pruning a small tree that had been pulled over by a massive amount of wet snow. Before digging it up and replanting it in an upright position, we cut it back somewhat severely in about five minutes of easy work. The largest of the limbs that we cut was one inch in diameter, and it was effortless. The instructions are simple, noting that a double-pull of the trigger is needed to open the jaws of the pruner, and that one step could be printed in bold print for easier use of the instructions. We always have pruning to do, as well as fallen branches to be cut up. We look forward to using this pruner to make these jobs faster and easier.

I
Imillert
Battery Powered Bypass Pruner

This pruner is great for pruning small branches. It is especially good for us who have limited mobility in our hands and where strength is diminished. It has a safety feature that keeps it from being accidentally operated, however not for use by children. Always keep your hand on the branch back from the cutting jaws. It comes with a charger. Always charge battery before putting away so as to be ready.

F
Firebert
Effortless electric shears for arthritic hands

I needed these battery operated shears to solve a problem, cutting brush while having arthritis. I have a large yard with multiple hedges and brush. But over the last year or two I have gotten arthritis in my hands and have searched for tools that make it easier to clean up my yard. I first found regular shears that were adapted to make it easy to cut but they didn’t work as advertised. When I saw these shears I thought I would give them a try. They are the perfect solution! It took an adjustment period for me to get used to the way they work but once I did I found them to be VERY easy to use. They cut through any live branch up to about 1 inch with no problem at all. They will cut dead branches up to about 0.6 inch too. I even tried cutting through an old broom handle! My only warning is to keep your hands away from the blades! As it cut the broomstick I imagined getting a finger caught in the blades. Be careful because there is no stopping the blade once you press the trigger so it would be very easy to lose a finger! I have gotten into the habit of ALWAYS closing and locking the jaws when I am not using the pruner. The battery lasts for a good long afternoon of cutting.