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Manual Ground-Level Lopper
A manual ground-level lopper cutting the small trunk of some brush

With its 65-degree angled head, the Manual Ground-Level Lopper reportedly allows one to cut off tree-root sprouts, vines, unwanted invasive plants, etc. (up to 11/4 inch thick) without leaving sharp pointed spikes that could injure animal/human feet or puncture tires. The tool's telescoping handle with foam grips and its four-point compound action for increased leverage is designed to eliminate bending over or kneeling and minimal chance of back strain. Further, the head being angled allows for making flat or deadhead cuts of branches well above ground level. (Comes with extra non-stick steel replacement blades.

Estimated Cost Cost range: See below

Limitations Limitations Addressed by Product: Upper extremity, Back

SourceTiger Jaw, Incorporated
11450 U.S. Highway 380, Ste. 130-290
Cross Roads, TX, 76227
Est. Cost$150
Last updated: Nov 03, 2023

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