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High perfomance loppers from Frelco

FELCO 211 is lightweight, ergonomic and powerful, and particularly well suited for use in orchards, vineyards and landscaping. The FELCO 211 is a new range of loppers that offer an effective solution for cutting the toughest of branches with diameters up to 35 mm. 

The key feature of the FELCO 211 lies in its cutting head: the variable radius on the blade generates a strong pull effect providing significant cutting power to the user.
The engineers at FELCO have also optimised the curve of the anvil blade so that the branch is held as close as possible to the centre axis, providing maximum leverage.
The result is felt immediately, especially as cutting hard wood becomes easy and effortless.
Produced in Switzerland
The FELCO 211 is produced in Switzerland by FELCO using generations of cutting tool manufacturing know-how and in a factory using 100% renewable energy.
It has the highest quality steel blades that are hardened and precision ground using FELCO’s proprietary processes, and the forged steel anvil blade provides extreme ruggedness, durability and a long life.
The handles are extruded lightweight robust aluminium and their innovative I-beam profile gives them maximum resistance to physical stress. They are available in three lengths: 40cm, 50cm and 60cm.
Comfort and cutting power
The FELCO 211 combines robust design, cutting power and user comfort.
The handles have a non-slip coating for a grip that is comfortable and pleasant to the touch. Soft rubber shock-absorbers make cutting smoother throughout the cut. A sap groove facilitates work while the micrometric blade adjustment system (with a supplied adjustment key) makes it easy to accurately adjust the cutting head.
Available Now
Manufactured in Les Geneveys-sur-Coffrane in Switzerland, the FELCO 211 is available now.
As with all FELCO tools, spare parts are available to further lengthen their working life.

Contact FELCO Australia
phone 1800 730 257
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website felco.com.au

See this article in Tree Fruit June 2018