Wilkinson sword single handed grass shear

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Buy Wilkinson sword single handed grass shear: <br><ul><strong><li>Sharp and sturdy</li><li>180 degree rotating blades</li><li>10-year guarantee</li></strong></ul><br>Designed for lawn edge maintenance in places the mower won’t reach, these one-handed shears have a sharp steel cutting edge with a PFTE non-stick coating to improve performance.<br><br>The rotating blade pivots through 180 degrees to allow easy cutting of hard-to-reach grass and other green growth. An easy-open catch keeps the blades safely locked when not in use.<br><br>Measurements:<br>Length 35cm<br>


  • Sharp and sturdy
  • 180 degree rotating blades
  • 10-year guarantee

Designed for lawn edge maintenance in places the mower won’t reach, these one-handed shears have a sharp steel cutting edge with a PFTE non-stick coating to improve performance.

The rotating blade pivots through 180 degrees to allow easy cutting of hard-to-reach grass and other green growth. An easy-open catch keeps the blades safely locked when not in use.

Measurements:
Length 35cm

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