The shears model most valued and regarded by professional pickers This shears for harvesting citrus model was patented by our company in 1987 and became the most valued and regarded ...
This model was marketed in 1995 Citrus harvesting shear. Characteristics similar to model M87-DI. This model marketed in 1995 was the first orange-cutter shear designed to significantly ...
Characteristics similar to model M87-DI Citrus harvesting clipper. Characteristics similar to model M87-DI. Specifically designed to reduce the damages caused by the picking. The curved design of the cutting blades; ...
S-2C / T-55C line has coil spring. The characteristic makes hard for spring to unfasten. Also 3 holes on the grip make difficult for non slip-coating to peel from the grips. Model E-6C is popular because the jagged blade does not slip ...
Harvest snips with curved and short blade made of stainless steel – The blade is made of stainless steel. – Short, curved blade. It is the ideal model for harvesting citrus, oranges, and lemons. – Lightweight ...
This light and handy tool is specially designed for picking grapes. Tempered stainless steel short thin blades with anti-slipping serrations. Ergonomic bi-component handle: nylon and fiber glass with anti-slipping rubber. End shock absorber.
Made in first quality carbon steel. Ergonomic plastic coated handles for a comfortable and safe grip. Leather lock. With juice-flow.
... Hickok fruit stem clippers are the highest quality harvest clippers available to the professional tree fruit farmer, and are designed to withstand the demands of professional use. Made of top-grade high ...
Drop forged stainless steel Dip coated cushioned handles Includes leather strap
- Designed for rapid, high-volume harvesting of avocados, mangos, persimmons, tomatoes and other delicate fruits - Drop-forged steel alloy - Resharpenable, fully heat-treated blades - Rounded tips help prevent damaged ...
Euro-Syle Zenport H307 Bypass Snips, 7.5-Inch. Will cut up to .5-inch green stock. Bright orange plastic handle.
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