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Kebtek gives you the power to do more.

More compact and efficient internal structure
Smooth Cutting +50%
Vibration   -30%
Progress Cutting Control
Cuts so precise, nature takes notice.
10× Power and Efficiency
No Worry About High-Altitude Thick Branch Pruning 
More compact and efficient internal structure
Smooth Cutting +50%
Vibration   -30%
Progress Cutting Control
Cuts so precise, nature takes notice.
10× Power and Efficiency
No Worry About High-Altitude Thick Branch Pruning 
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Reviews

    Packed with power and makes pruning easy
    I'm very impressed with these battery powered shears from Kebtek as they allow me to quickly prune a nation of bushes and trees with way less effort than when I was using hand operated pruning shears.In the past I was even resorting to using a hedge cutter or large strimmer with blade on for pruning shrubs I should have been doing by hand.....and it sometimes made a mess.OK....it ALWAYS made a mess...Now that I have battery shears I can make a much better job with very little effort so I'm very pleased.In the video part of this review you will see the following being cut by the shears:Tree heatherLaylandiiBambooSilver BirchThe weight of the shears (with battery fitted) is only 880g and is well balanced so using them for hours is no problem.On Amazon the 'product details' part of the listing states that the weight is over 1.8kg but that is for the entire box full of parts - the shears are definitely only 880g as I weighed them with accurate digital scales.I'd definitely recommend this product to anyone needing to prune lots of shrubs, small trees and other bushes which would otherwise take ages or be tiring using hand operated shears.WARNING: Keep away from children - I would advise storing the shears in a closed position with battery removed and in a separate place to the batteries as the powerful cutting action will not discriminate between branches and fingers.These shears are a serious piece of kit and have to be handled with respect.
    PONDGURU OUTDOORS
    Quick summary: works like a charm, and I would buy again.
    Faced with hundreds of frost damaged azalea branches (both mature and thick and new and thin) combined with arthritic thumbs, I was drawn to a name brand tool just introduced by the manufacturer. After some research showed these have been around for awhile from other brands and they are generally expensive, my first thought was to stay within my battery platforms (DeWalt, Rioby, and Rigid). Countless reviews and YouTube vids didn’t indicate a clear best among these three. THEN I found some vids posted by professional landscapers in the US and Great Britain. Most of their tool reviews were for professional equipment costing nearly $1000 plus batteries, and none were household names. However, several reviews mentioned the Kebtek shears they carry for quick and dirty jobs as well as a good choice for professionals. Key attributes for the pros was the ability to set two different jaw settings (thin and thick branches) which saves time when you make a living doing this.
    After all day with all types of branches (we live on an acre of neglected thickets with flowers interspersed), my hands were not tired or in pain, and the first battery had over half the charge remaining.
    James