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Ironwood Tools
Needle Nose Secateurs

Stainless steel blades · Ergonomic handles · Rubber grips

Clip, snip, and cut just like professional florists with these needle-nose hand pruners. From flowers to herbs, they’re sharp and smartly designed with stainless steel blades and rubber grips on the handles for all the detail work of gardening.

  • Ideal to use for flowers, herbs, grasses, harvesting, Bonsai, and houseplants
  • Needle Nose Secateurs offers a comfortable grip with rubber handles, center locking system, and added serration on blades for thicker stalks. Non-stick coating on blades allows for effortless cleaning and smooth cuts
  • Long Needle Nose Secateurs have a quick release and a never-fail lock. Replaceable blades, springs, and bumpers. Features ergonomic handles with double bumpers. Blades can cut up to 16 mm diameter


One Needle Nose Secateurs or One Long Needle Nose Secateurs


Small: 6" x 2" x 0.5"; Long: 8.5" x 2.25" x 0.875"


Small: 0.5 lb; Long: 0.5 lb


Needle Nose Secateurs: Stainless steel blades with rubber grips; Long Needle Nose Secateurs: High carbon steel blades, aluminum handles, and rubber bumpers


Clean with any cleaner. Wipe down with 3-in-1 light weight machine or sewing machine oil


Ironwood Tools

Ironwood Tool Company has been making garden tools for decades, and was named by Maker Chris McGregor after a type of hardy trees and shrubs with dense branches to symbolize the toughness of their gear. Chris was a landscaper and landscape designer who knew that improvements could be made to the tools he used every day. He started with an evolution of improvements to the standard pruner, the highlight being a ratchet system that gives you more force with less effort. It’s this idea of making tough gardening jobs easier that influences all of his designs. If you’re not a fan of yard work, Chris’ tools just might spark your new hobby.