Written on: 03/12/2010
The Yeoman telescopic puner is a useful tool, fairly easy to use - slow work, patience is needed! and the longer the extension the heavier it gets - and evidently safer than using a step ladder or climbing. But a design fault: the bolts holding the saw blade and the pruning mechanism come loose. They have dropped off twice during my use, the second time into undergrowth so impenetrable that I had to write off to get a replacement. Hats off to Solus who provided one by return of post. However, re-assembling the thing is like re-inventing the Chinese box. Suggestion to the makers: fit the sort of bolts that only come undone if they're intended to.
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Written by wendywoop
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