Mechanical Grass Shears

Ergonomic handles for ideal handling. Wave-ground cutting blades for a precise cut and top finish lawn edge.
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Ideal for the precise, mechanical cut

Close-up of GARDENA Mechanical Grass shear

Lightweight design

Ergonomic and lightweight design for the perfect lawn edges

GARDENA Mechanical Grass Shear

Easy, comfortable cutting

GARDENA Mechanical Grass Shears are ergonomically designed to make cutting as easy and comfortable as possible. The soft components and special handle shape allow a firm grip and light handling while the blades can be rotated to suit your left or right hand.

GARDENA Mechanical Grass Shear

25-year warranty

Our mechanical grass shears are designed and built using our long experience and the highest quality materials. We´re so confident, all GARDENA menchanical grass shears are guaranteed by a 25-year warranty.

GARDENA Mechanical Grass Shear

Setting the standard

High quality and innovative solutions. The GARDENA Manual Grass Shears has no ifs and buts - the clippers are suitable for both left- and right-handed users.


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