The Chikamasa range of pruners and shears are of exceptionally high-quality and allow growers to trim and prune their plants as and when required.
Chikamasa’s ergonomic handles and lightweight design helps reduce hand-aching that can be caused by trimming and extended use of scissors.
High quality steel blades ensure clean cutting with no pulling or tearing of branches.
B-500SLF Pruners are our flagship scissors and are highly recommended to serious growers for trimming.
- High Quality Japanese Stainless-Steel blades
- Lightweight Ergonomic Grip Handle
- Stainless Steel Rivet
- Fluorine Coated Blades (non-stick properties)
- Round tip and side to prevent damaging the flower while trimming or defoliating
- Ergonomic open handles adding higher comfort levels with soft absorption cushion.
High Quality Japanese Carbon-Steel blade
- Using High-Quality materials means that the equipment is stronger and less prone to breakage like some cheap material based cutting equipment, as well as stays sharper for longer.
- Having high-quality equipment ensures you are not buying new shears constantly, which the false economy of cheap equipment promotes.
Lightweight and ergonomic grip
- Comfort of use and lightweight materials provide stress free and fatigue reducing performance.
Fluorine coated blades
- Fluorine coating helps to prevent any sap sticking to the blades.
- Preventing sap from sticking to the blades means easier cleaning/maintenance and better performance.
Trimming/shearing specific range
- The shape and style of pruners/shears has been designed specifically for simplicity of use and best performance.
- Total Length: 155mm
- Blade Length: 35mm
- Weight: 42g
- Blade: High-Quality Stainless Steel with High-Quality Fluorine Coating
- Handle: Elastomer
- Made in Japan by Chikamasa- For over 105 years Chikamasa has been world renowned for the finest quality craftsmanship of shears and scissors.
Note: Chikamasa applies a non-toxic oil upon packaging to prevent rust/sticking blades after manufacture, which can be wiped off before first use.