Haus and Garten, distributor of Barracuda Bypass Hedge Shears reported today, that two others of Amazon.com's top reviewers posted their positive approval of the firm's hedge shears. |
Jeff Lane, Haus and Garten brand manager for the marketing division stressed the excellent reviewers were Gen of North Coast Gardening and Liza Kearns of North Carolina.
Gen noted the hedge shears have the same look, they also have some developments making them a good product. "Barracuda Hedge Shears blade is much higher quality, and has not yet needed sharpening even after the testing I made."
Moreover, the sap groove on these is much larger and has an arousing curiosity in texture into it which makes them more effective at getting the stickiness and diverting it to the sap groove. This results for easier cuts, cleaner shears, and an overall much better pruning experience. The spring on these is also an improvement, because it doesn't slip off and get away in the garden while pruning.
The pruners look almost identical to Felco pruners, and have a very similar feature set. However, even though a lot of consumers think of Felco pruners as great. "I actually don't like them very much because I find their blades are built of a low-quality metal which need constant sharpening. Even after two hours only of trimming in the garden, the blades will feel dull. They also get gummed up easily with sap, despite having a sap groove."
She stressed Barracuda Hedge Shears blade is of much higher grade, and has not yet needed sharpening since she used it.
Liza Kearns of North Carolina, also said, she tested the Barracuda pruning Shears and pruned 30 overgrown rose bushes, a number of low hanging tree branches in the yard. She also trim the heads of sunflowers in the garden and harvested the seeds. "These shears cut through stems and branches up to 1/4" with very little effort. They cut through branches up to 1/2" with just a little extra pressure. The handles are designed ergonomically for a comfortable grip and with a non-slip coating. The blades are slightly angled, to avoid having to bend your wrist to get the correct angle for cutting. They have a metal spring to automatically open the blades after every cut, which not every pair of shears can claim."
Ms Learns said the part she liked more about them is that they're all metal - everything from the blades to the rivets, to the gears, and to the safety lock. She was very impressed with the blades, which are securely fastened together to give the maximum cutting surface and are extremely sharp. Amazon's Top 100 reviewer Dre has already reviewed the product and revealed it's reliability.
Jeff Lane is a product endorser of pruning shears products. He is also a gardening enthusiasts during his spare time and would love to do activities indoor.
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