Darlac bypass secateurs

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Buy Darlac bypass secateurs: <ul><strong><li>Smaller size for smaller hands</li><li>Perfect for light pruning</li><li>Non-slip handles</li></strong></ul><br>Designed for smaller hands, these secateurs are the perfect size for light pruning, with a cut capacity of 16mm.<br><br>The non-slip handles are comfortable to hold and will give you a good secure grip, making them nice and easy to work with.<br><br>A popular and award-winning tool that will come in handy for a variety of outdoor jobs.<br><br>Measurements:<br>L16.9cm<br><br>Please note: it is an offence to sell knives and other cutting tools to persons under the age of 18. By ordering this item, you are declaring that you are at least 18 years of age.

  • Smaller size for smaller hands
  • Perfect for light pruning
  • Non-slip handles

Designed for smaller hands, these secateurs are the perfect size for light pruning, with a cut capacity of 16mm.

The non-slip handles are comfortable to hold and will give you a good secure grip, making them nice and easy to work with.

A popular and award-winning tool that will come in handy for a variety of outdoor jobs.

Measurements:
L16.9cm

Please note: it is an offence to sell knives and other cutting tools to persons under the age of 18. By ordering this item, you are declaring that you are at least 18 years of age.

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Great quality secateurs

4

Nice strong, heavy pair of secateurs which easily cut through fairly large stems.

Rachael

Darlington

Great buy.

5

Great for pruning in the garden. They stay locked when you close them over, which is more than I can say about some other brands I have used. Would definately recommend.

Jintysworld

Hamilton

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I would recommend

4

I have small hands and I find these ideal

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