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HT-KM Pole Pruner

This STIHL KombiSystem pole pruner attachment makes quick work of pruning trees and shrubs.

HT-KM Pole Pruner
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great saw for pruning trees Great saw for pruning trees. Little expensive but you get what you pay for. December 10, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Perfect Limb Trimmer Purchased to trim fence tree line. Great for trimming limbs up to four inches. I no longer climb a ladder with a chain running in hand. Now it is as easy as reaching and cutting. Safety is important and now I can safety cut all tree limbs up to 12 feet of the ground. I would high recommend this attachment for the STIHL KombiSystem. September 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Stihl Quality Have has the Kombi system 2 years now and it still amazes me how well it all works especially this Pruner. Imagine cutting a low cedar christmas type tree with a regular Chain saw, You get the picture. This device gets up close and personal with limbs, downed trees and such. August 2, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Fast and Durable I've been using this for 4 years now and have accumulated several bars and chains. 10" bar and chain is the best combo. If there was an 8" bar and chain I might like that one more. 12" is okay but the 16" is for taking it very slow in hard wood when you don't have a regular saw with you. The 16" works great for hanging vines and overgrown shrubs that are too thick for the hedge trimmer. You almost have to have the hard hat and face shield to cut higher limbs and the angled gear attachment really helps to extend the reach and make the cut at the correct angle. I also would like to see a sharpening system for these smaller chains that keep the angles right and trim the depth gauge down to the proper height and shape while on the bar and in the field. The "Quick Tensioning System" should also be on these saws. July 22, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent, versatile I've owned one of these saw attachments for 4 years. I have used for all the tasks covered by the other reviewers before me, and found this to be a very dependable, very versatile addition to my assortment. I have used it to fell trees up to about 6" in diameter when I am too lazy to get the big saw out. Keep the chain sharp and you will be happy you have one of these! May 20, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent And Necessary For Trees! Bought this to clear some ranch roads and hunting blinds and this tool makes short work of cutting limbs or entire trees. I cut through cedar, pecan, oak, and maple without issue or hesitation! Definitely a must have. April 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great for Prunning I bought this for around the house and for hunting. Goes through good size branches nicely. I had the Kombi head already so it seemed the way to go when I was thinking of getting a telescopic one. Much more cost effective. This really saves time when I am out in the woods clearing shooting lanes. January 15, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by A Very Useful Tool My friend has a telescoping chain-saw-on-a-stick and had demonstrated how useful it is for trimming trees - we have a large yard and many trees. The telescoping tools are too expensive for occasional use so I went with a Kombi tool, chain-saw and the extension figuring that I could add a line-trimmer and edger and that the power head would be used mostly for trimming and edging. The truth is that I use this attachment as much or more than the others. Whenever the regular chain saw goes out (an MS260) this tool comes along. It's good for cutting the branches off before bucking (without having to bend over), for getting down in the brush and cutting kudzu out (without having to bend over), for clearing the small trees growing in the ditches (without having to bend over), and of course for trimming trees. One can also reach up and clear branches before felling as well (sometimes branches catch on the way down causing unpredictable results.) The saw works well and the chain is easy to sharpen. I wouldn't hesitate to buy it again. I've had some trouble with the oil cap coming off and with it leaking bar oil when hanging on the wall. It's important to keep the o-ring and seat clear of debris and to pay particular attention when installing the caps. That isn't really a fault with the tool. November 23, 2012
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