The Corona High-Performance Orchard Lopper, 36-inch (Replaces 8461) has unmatched blade design dramatically reduces force to cut. It has Lightweight, high-strength elliptical 36-inch aluminum handles, it has a resharpenable, replaceable, Dual Arc bypass blade of fully heat-treated forged steel. a Forged, slant-ground hook with self-cleaning, deep sap groove for ease of use.
The Cadillac of loppers ~ reviewed by retired early
Yes, this is the one for you. This is high quality material, that can be sharpened over and over again. It’s wide opening and long reach is a plus. Also, it is very lighweight easy to operate. This is the type that pro landscapers use. How do I know this I asked a few. Most, told me that this model is in their toolbox. They , cannot afford to replace those cheaper models , every time they brake down. So, if your like me, and is looking for quality that lasts, then this is the tool for you. You have to do the job anyway, why not make it as easy as you can.Ps , I just recently used this tool on my lemon and grapefruit trees. It is easy to reach the fruit inside the trees. These trees are loaded with prickly needles. No more scratched or bleeding hands.
Just as i thought!! ~ reviewed by sandy
Great tool!! I have a bunch of Jack pines to trim up for my fruit tress to grow strong. They worked for every cut I made! beautifully!!! Jack pines are very sticky, as they are alive, but it didn’t stop these loppers from performing perfectly.
Powerful ~ reviewed by Susan Maurmann
These are great, trimming smaller limbs and bushes in the yard couldn’t be easier. Nice weight and easy to use, would buy these again if ever needed another pair.
nice piece of hardware ~ reviewed by monte collins
Worked as required and expected. Now I have three sizes of this same product. Great for the price yep yep.
Works great so far ~ reviewed by Amazon Customer
Strong, easy to clean, easy to use, easy to sharpen. When hand-pruners just won’t cut it, these will get the job done. Highly recommended.
Very sharp and cuts surprisingly with ease. ~ reviewed by Old DOS user
Cutting leverage is very good. I cut a great deal of branches and after 3 hours I was amazed that I was not tired out. I am 74.
Update; Someone just asked me the measurement overall and just the handle. I took the time to get an exact measurement: The overall length of the entire tool is 36.5″, and the handle alone is 30.5″ up to the base of the cutting jaws. I hope this helps someone else.
Zsolt ~ reviewed by Zsolt Hutkai
Basically good quality, nice design, easy cutting of thick branches. Only observation is the tip of the support blade curve is small, so sometimes the thin twig slip out at cutting. I reccommend for professional use.
defective pruner ~ reviewed by Tom Davidson
it broke after 15-20 minutes use on smaller lilac branches. The forged head snapped. we may have just gotten a defective item.
SHOULD BE CALLED LOW PERFORMACE LOPPER ~ reviewed by fred
If such a wood as butter wood existed maybe you would be able to cut a 21/2″ limb.
The reason I am keeping this product is because of it,s reach and my need to cut mainly 1/2″ stems
in a difficult position. I found my shorter lopper cut through branches more easily.
If you have thick branches to prune buy a chain saw on a pole.
The best loppers I have ever used and I have used them all. ~ reviewed by Mike C
I worked on a tree farm for many years using Corona’s every day.
These are much better than the ones I used (and broke) when I trimmed trees full time.