Made in Switzerland by FELCO

Product Information

  • In brief

    • Recommended for

      Our recommendation(1: Recommended, 2: Strongly recommended, 3: Best fit)
      • Viticulture:***
      • Arboriculture:**
      • Horticulture:***
      • Parks and Gardens:**
      • Nursery:***
      • Small hand:**
      • Average-sized hand:***
      • Large hand:**
      • Right-handed:***
      • Left-handed:*
    • FELCO technical specifications

      • Wire cutting notch
        Wire cutting notch

        The blades feature a notch that allows for the cutting of small wires without damaging the cutting edge.

      • Sap groove
        Sap groove

        The sap groove prevents the blade sticking when cutting "sappy" wood. It saves time and makes pruning easier by removing sap and debris after each cut.

      • Micrometric adjustment
        Micrometric adjustment

        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
        Shock absorption system

        The cushion and shock absorber soften the impact upon finishing cutting. The hand and wrist are also protected.

      • Forged aluminum handles
        Forged aluminum handles

        Lightweight, strong and sturdy thanks to special aluminum alloys and advanced precision forging methods. Equipment comes with a lifetime guarantee*.

      • Angled cutting head
        Angled cutting head

        Inclined cutting head to reduce the risk of muscular-skeletal injuries and to maximise user comfort.

    • Accessories

    • Spare parts

      2/302/30Adjustment key1x 2/30
      6/36/3Blade1x 6/3
      6/3-16/3-1set1x 6/3 1x 6/11 1x 2/30
      6/46/4Anvil-blade with screw1x 6/4 +1x 6/6
      6/906/90Kit1x 6/7 + 1x 2/16 + 1x 2/9 + 1x 6/8
      6/916/91Kit2x 6/11
      2/922/92Kit1x 2/15 + 1x 2/18 + 1x 2/14 + 1x 2/12 + 1x 2/13 + 1x 2/20
      2/932/93Kit4x 2/18 + 6x 2/20
      6/946/94Kit1x 2/9 + 1x 6/8
      6/16/1Handle without blade1x 6/1 + 3x 2/5B + 1x 2/19 + 1x 2/20 + 1x 2/10 + 1x 2/13 + 1x 2/12 + 1x 2/14 + 1x 6/35
      6/26/2Handle without anvil-blade1x 6/2 + 1x 2/18 + 1x 6/36
      6/356/35Coating for blade handle1x 6/35
      6/366/36Coating for anvil-blade handle1x 6/36
      2/5B2/5BRivet for blade1x 2/5B
      6/66/6Screw for anvil-blade1x 6/6
      6/86/8Bolt1x 6/8
      2/92/9Nut1x 2/9
      2/102/10Bush1x 2/10
      6/116/11White spring1x 6/11
      2/122/12Thumb catch1x 2/12
      2/132/13Spring for thumb catch1x 2/13
      2/142/14Screw for thumb catch1x 2/14
      2/152/15Catch plate1x 2/15
      2/162/16Locking segment1x 2/16
      6/76/7Screw for locking segment1x 6/7
      2/182/18Cushion1x 2/18
      2/192/19Edging1x 2/19
      2/202/20Shock absorber1x 2/20
    • Maintenance

      • Cleaning

        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.

      • Oiling

        After cleaning, it is advisable to oil the tool so as to protect it from corrosion. The oil will also unjam the tool.

      • Sharpening

        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!

      • Dismantling

        It is advisable to dismantle your tool on a regular basis, but at the very latest when it appears to be jammed.

    • Parts replacement

      • Changing the blade

        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.

      • Changing the anvil-blade

        When the blade and anvil-blade no longer cross and the anvil-blade is badly damaged, it is advisable to change it.

      • Changing the shock absorber

        When the tool closes too abruptly during pruning, and the cushion is in good condition, the shock absorber should be changed.

      • Changing the cushion

        When the tool closes too abruptly during pruning and the shock absorber is in good condition, the cushion must be changed.

      • Changing the thumb catch

        When the thumb catch is damaged and loosens when used, even when the screw is readjusted, change it.

      • Changing the plastic coatings for handles

        If the coatings are badly damaged, you can replace them. Soak the coatings for 2 minutes in boiling water - recommended glue: Loctite 415.