- 20-1/4" overall length
- 1" max. cut
- Non-stick coated blades
- Ash handles with cushion grip
- Blade is not replaceable
- Replacement anvil Ace No. 7099948
*Items shipped from our warehouse to stores in Alaska and Hawaii will receive a 70% shipping discount.
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What people are saying
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- Comfortable Grip
- Easy To Use
- Long Reach
- Sharp Blade
- Larger Branches
- Pruning Trees
- Trimming Bushes
Comments about ACE HARDWARE Ace Anvil Lopper (Gt2647 A):
I had used anvil lopping shears as a kid (as well as the kind of garden shears you see everywhere), and this was the style I recalled actually working. However, I didn't know what they were called, so I was looking at places like [@] and [@] and [@], and all I saw were the kinds of shears that I have found completely useless. There were some Friskars shears that came with the house that I doubt could cut a toothpick they were so terrible.But after a long search on the internet, I discovered that these things were called Anvil loppers, and the ones at Ace looked the best to my eye for the money. So I bought some, and they are everything I hoped and maybe more. I am surprised there aren't a ton of reviews saying how great they are.They just cut through branches like they are cheese. If it gets in the inch range, it doesn't work as well, but I think maybe you just use these things along with a reciprocating saw, and then you are home sweet with any basic yard maintenance.I'm very happy to have found something so well made at an affordable price. Some of the anvil loppers I saw elsewhere that looked as good to me were quite expensive. Obviously if you need anything super big, then just get a chainsaw