FELCO 200C-60Made in Switzerland by FELCO, PATENTED CARBON-ALUMINIUM LINK (US: PATENT NO US 7,654,005 B2, other countries: PENDING)
- Reliable: ultra-lightweight carbon fibre handles / blade and screw-mounted anvil blade made of high-quality hardened steel / clean, precise cut / all parts can be replaced
- Efficient: easy, durable cutting adjustment / slimline cutting head / grooved anvil blade for better grip
- Ergonomic: shock absorbers protect wrists and arms / handles with non-slip coating
Recommended forOur recommendation(1: Recommended, 2: Strongly recommended, 3: Best fit)
- Parks and Gardens:**
- Small hand:***
- Average-sized hand:***
- Large hand:***
FELCO technical specifications
Straight cutting head
Ultra-precise cutting heads for the most demanding work.
FELCO's micrometric adjustment system guarantees an optimal adjustment of the cutting head throughout the life of the tool. It ensures a clean and precise cut.
Shock absorption system
The shock absorbers soften the impact upon finishing cutting as well as protecting the hand and wrist.
Carbon fibre handles
High-technology, very strong and super-light materials.
The tool can be modified at any time to suit changing needs: in this product group, the user can change the type and length of handles, or switch from straight to curved cutting heads.
It is advisable to clean your tool after each use. If your tool is particularly dirty or subject to rusting after exposure to moisture, do not delay cleaning.
After cleaning, it is advisable to oil the tool so as to protect it from corrosion. The oil will also unjam the tool.
It is advisable to sharpen your tool at least once a day, but if you feel that your tool is not cutting as well as usual, sharpen it right away!
It is advisable to dismantle your tool on a regular basis, but at the very latest when it appears to be jammed.
When the blade and the anvil-blade no longer cross, or when the blade is badly damaged, it is advisable to change it. Regulate the working of the blade and anvil-blade by adjusting the tightening of the nut. The blade should rub against the anvil-blade over 2/3 of its length.
When the blade and anvil-blade no longer cross and the anvil-blade is badly damaged, it is advisable to change it.
When the tool closes too abruptly during pruning the shock absorbers should be changed.
If one of the tubes develops a crack, change it.
If the coatings are badly damaged, you can replace them.