Battery pruning shears are one of the most common types of battery powered tools. They’re a good investment for any gardener, as they are durable and versatile. Lowes has many models of battery-pulped gardening tools. It is very common to find lawnmowers, hedge trimmers, weed eaters and fruit and vine machines using battery pruning shears.
Battery pruning shears can be either manual or automatic. Manual does work by pushing the blade forward and cutting the branch. However, an automatic power has a trigger that can push the blade in reverse. The automatic shears usually have a guide stick that helps with placement. Gardeners who use battery-pulped shears will often use them on flowering plants and bushes.
Lowes makes many different sizes of pruning shears. The Classic XL is a larger model than the low profile models. The Classic XL, also called the Big Nickel is the widest model of pruning shears by far. It is made of high carbon stainless steel. The pruning shears come in either a two-bladed model or a three-bladed model.
One feature that all low profile batteries have, is the ability to be zeroed in on a specific branch. This is very useful for cutting back overgrown branches. The battery will only be charged if the pruning shears are being used to cut away a specific branch. Some battery pruning pruning shears have an option to lock the teeth into a closed position. This feature is commonly referred to as “low impact” pruning shears, because it reduces the possibility of injury to yourself if you hold the tool incorrectly.
The Classic XL has a stainless steel blade and a ceramic ball bearings in the handle. This design makes for a lighter and smaller pruning shear. It also means the weight is more evenly distributed throughout the handle and the blade, making both easier to manage.
Battery pruning shears can be rechargeable. Rechargeable shears can be bought at most sporting goods stores and with any major home improvement or garden store. However it is not uncommon to find the battery-possessed shears sold separately. You may need to do some research to find these. This type of shears are also often battery pruning.
Battery pruning shears are an alternative to the low-powered, corded pruning shears. Because they have a battery, all you need to do is turn the handle and start cutting. They will only cut a limited amount of time before you need to recharge them. You don’t have to worry about being at risk of overcharging the batteries or of using the wrong battery. The battery powered shears are usually larger than their low-powered cousins.
Battery pruning shears are ideal for anyone who needs to get a lot of work done in a short amount of time. There is no need to use a cord to operate these shears. Lowes has a model that has the blades enclosed in a carrying case. The lowes reciprocating saw blade is enclosed in the case as well. This type of shear has the ability to handle very large jobs. The battery pruning pruning shears are the best choice for the person who is working on large jobs that require a lot of exertion from the hands.
The only drawback to owning a battery pruning shears is that they are not as sharp as their corded counterparts. This can be overcome by purchasing aftermarket shears that have serrated edges. There are also some models of battery pruning shears that are designed to be used with Commuting shears. These Commuting shears are similar to low shears in that they also need to be used in conjunction with a cordless shear for the best results. They have larger wheels and are designed to make the cut in hard, durable materials such as sheet metal.
One of the most common problems people have with battery pruning shears is dulling. This dulling is generally caused by insufficient lubrication of the blade. To solve this, simply run the shear until it is dull and then apply some oil to the blade. This should be done even if there is no evidence of dirt or other wear on the blade. When applying oil, ensure that it is appropriate for the shears you are using.
As with any power tools, there is always the risk of accidents when using battery pruning shears. Because these shears require so little energy to run, they are more likely to be used improperly. If you have any doubts about the operation of your shears, it is strongly recommended that you speak with a professional before having them run. There are many quality battery pruning shears on the market today that will provide you with years of reliable service.