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Fire Lily

It feels like that harling around the electrical cable would be harder than using a hand pruner. When the branches are thicker, but yet to small for the chain saw, I use a lopper. 

pansyface

AFTER LOOKING AT THIS GENTLEMAN’S PROFILE AND POSTING HISTORY, I FEEL AN ADVERT COMING ON.........

Fire Lily
Pete8 says:

Don't like the look of that at all. Having to plug my secateurs into the mains ..... it's plainly an ad.
I'll stick with manual loppers and secateurs

I'm considering one of these though-

https://smile.amazon.co.uk/Bosch-EasyCut-Cordless-Lithium-Ion-Battery/dp/B071NW5S5Q/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1518603869&sr=8-1&keywords=bosch+mini+chainsaw

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 Get yourself a chainsaw instead, if you don't have one already. That one you can only use for smaller branches and batteries don't last forever. Then it's better to have something you can use for more projects, I use my my chainsaw for firewood as for trimming trees. 

Lyn

I’ve reported this as advertising, Best not to encourage. 

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