Would be great if it included vice grips and a exacto blad but it has pretty much everything someone would need for a small apartment to fix and assemble things; not a bad kit.
I've gardened and landscaped for years. And there have been numerous times when reaching with hand pruners was insufficient, and using a pole-pruner was overkill - if not just plain awkward. This tool is good for that middle ground between hand pruning and pole-pruning (I can prune close to 6' from my body with this tool). Great for cutting new (green) growth... forsythia, holly trees, yew bushes, rose bushes, etc... NOT good for dead wood or older/harder materials - especially anything thicker than a pencil's diameter. Doesn't sound like much, but it really can save time - trying to cut several dozen out-of-reach "whiskers" on a bush with this tool takes 2-3 minutes...with a pole pruner, much longer. And, it holds onto the severed twig until you release your grip (no more plucking dead clippings out of your hedge weeks after you've pruned). Easy to operate with one hand or two. Again, this tool is for light-duty work. Not nearly as strong as hand-pruners or pole-pruners, and probably will break if you force it. But, good for taking care of new growth, will possibly keep you off of ladders, and may prevent you from having to lean into a thorny shrub to make that one last cut.
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