Lamberhurst Engineering to sell world's most powerful pruning shears

The world's most powerful battery-operated pruning shears -- the Treelion range from Pellenc -- are to be sold exclusively in the UK by Lamberhurst Engineering.

Designed for tree surgeons, landscapers and viticulturalists, the shears offer two different working modes.

The progressive setting allows for precise work while the pulse mode – available when they are either half or fully open – offers faster pruning.

The range of Treelion shears are all equipped with a Pradines cutting head and dual trigger systems which allow the blades to switch from half to fully open at the press of a button.

They come with a 200 lithium-ion battery as standard which can be worn on the waist, or they can be used with an adaptor kit with the larger backpack Ultra Lithium batteries.

The range includes several models; the one-handed conventional and several two-handed models for working in dense vegetation.

The odourless and pollution-free battery has a working capacity of up to one full day’s use.


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