Treelion

Claiming to be the most powerful battery-operated pruning shears available, the Treelion is suitable for use by tree surgeons, landscapers and viticulturists, according to UK distributor Lamberhurst Engineering of Kent.

The main characteristic of the Treelion shears is that they can work in either progressive or pulse mode. The trigger system is dual action and a simple press opens the blades from an intermediate to a fully open position for speed.

The shears are equipped as standard with a Pradines cutting head and power is supplied by a 200 lithium-ion battery worn on the waist. An adaptor kit with larger backpack Ultra Lithium batteries is offered as an option.

There are several types of Treelion, including a one-handed model and several two-handed models for working in dense vegetation.

 


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