PL 10 - $86.95 DSRP


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Our most portable lopper with a specially designed cutting head for vines and small branches.

Specially designed cutting head for vines and small branches. 1" cutting capacity. 24" aircraft aluminum handles.

All STIHL Precision Series Hand Tools include a Limited Lifetime Warranty.

Print Spec Sheets
PL 10 Specifications
BLADE USE Vine
CUTTING CAPACITY 1"
HANDLE LENGTH 24"
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Important Information
WARNING! Cutting blades are sharp. Do not touch or contact the blade with any part of your body. To reduce the risk of loss of control, always maintain secure footing. Improper use can result in serious or fatal injury.
WARNING! Improper use of any power tool may cause serious or fatal injury. Read, understand and follow carefully the operating and safety instructions in your instruction manual before using such products.

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Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Works better than it should This may be the smallest lopper in the product lineup, but it can power through branches that should justify getting a different tool. It's small enough to be easy to wield, yet strong enough to cut almost anything that will fit in the jaws. Whether the wood is dry or green, this will cut it. After 5 years of use, I'm amazed I haven't been able to break it yet, despite my best efforts. All hand tools should be made this well. May 28, 2013
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