The GARDENA Loppers are all robust, long lasting, lightweight, and offer the best cutting performance.
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Lightweight, for more cutting power

A man using a Gardena EasyCut Lopper to cut a branch off a tree

Ergonomics, quality materials and lightweight

Made from top quality materials and equipped with the most innovative features, the GARDENA Loppers deliver effortless yet precise cutting results. Ergonomically created for optimal performance and comfort, these loppers feature a stylish design and ensure safe handling.

Close-up of Gardena bypass loppers cutting a branch

Bypass loppers – ideal for fresh wood

Both blade and counter blade are ground and penetrate into the branch simultaneously. They have a "pulling cut", which means easy, accurate cutting without leaving pressure marks on the wood. Branches and twigs are cut very close to the trunk, which prevents cones that hinder the flow of sap.

Gardena Anvil Loppers cutting a branch

Anvil loppers – ideal for hard, dry wood

The upper blade is narrower and sharper. The wide anvil distributes pressure and supports the branch in order to avoid damaging or crushing the bark. The curved head facilitates an easier cutting action close to the joint.


Garden inspiration

summer day in garden

Difference between bypass and anvil secateurs

Bypass secateurs offer precision, while anvil secateurs offer force. When should you use each cutting principle?
A woman cutting some roses

The Art of Clever Pruning

To prune or not to prune; that is the question. The answer is almost always YES but When? How much? Why? With what? Many questions arise, we have the answers.

Pruning Fruit Trees

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