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Really substantial reacher tool?

Posted by catherinet 5 (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 17, 13 at 12:35

I've bought several kinds of reacher tools, and when I use them outside for various things, they don't last long at all. Anyone have a brand that is really strong?
Thanks.


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RE: Really substantial reacher tool?

I love my ARS long reach snip and hold pruners. I just bought the longest extendable one that they sale. I think it goes from 6-10 feet. They're all really worth the investment. I also LOVE my Fiskar's Pruning Stik. I have the 5' and their longer one too. Fiskar's comes with a Lifetime warranty! The 5' is my favorite tool! After about 8 years, I wore my first Fiskar's Pruning Stik out. The Home Depot gave me a new one!

Here is a link that might be useful: Fiskar's/accesstothegarden


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RE: Really substantial reacher tool?

One of the commercial grade reachers from Gemplers may work better than most.

Here is a link that might be useful: Gemplers


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RE: Really substantial reacher tool?

Thank you both for your suggestions!


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RE: Really substantial reacher tool?

Haha.......I just realized that just one person gave 2 answers. Sorry for referring to you as 2 people, AccesstotheGarden!


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RE: Really substantial reacher tool?

Have a search on the internet for terms like garden reacher tool and stuff like that, you should, hopefully, get the best tool available from those results.

This post was edited by AlanCray on Thu, May 16, 13 at 6:38


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