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Ironwood Tools
Ratchet Pruner

Easy-to-handle trimmer · Multiplies hand strength · Curved blade and ergonomic grip

A smartly designed ratcheting pruner reduces the oomph needed to cut tough branches. It magnifies your strength by up to seven times while an ergonomic handle reduces hand fatigue. The curved blade works on all kinds of wood, making it easy to get those shrub-, tree-, and bush-trimming jobs done.

  • Instructions: Place wood at the back of the blade. Squeeze handle and open far enough to advance ratchet pin into the next ratchet groove. Repeat as necessary
  • Multiplies hand strength by five to seven times
  • Nonstick coating on the blade for easy cleaning and smoother cutting
  • Design minimizes metal-to-metal contact keeping blades sharper for longer
  • Lightweight and rust-free
  • Please note: Keep out of the reach of children

Cut capacity:

Mini: Up to ⅝”; Original: Up to 1"


Mini: 6.5" x 2"x 0.75"; Original: 8" x 3" x 0.75"


Mini: 0.35 lb; Original: 0.55 lb


Large handle: Aluminum; Small handle: Nylon polymer; Blade: Carbon steel


Rinse with water after use and dry completely. Wipe blade with a lightweight oil. 1/4 turns to the small Phillips head screw in the side of the lock will ensure it is snug


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.