The FELCO 211-50 has an ideal balance of power and manoeuvrability to meet you cutting needs.
The 50cm / 19.7 inch lightweight aluminium handles allow for comfortable cutting up close and at height as the curved cutting head pulls in and slices easily through branches.
Cut after cut these loppers demonstrate their performance through the extremely sharp cutting edge, excellent cutting capacity, the hooked counter blade, supreme durability and easy blade adjustment.
It is advisable to clean your tool after each use. If your tool is particularly dirty or subject to rusting after exposure to moisture, do not delay cleaning.
After cleaning, it is advisable to oil the tool so as to protect it from corrosion. The oil will also unjam the tool.
It is advisable to sharpen your tool at least once a day, but if you feel that your tool is not cutting as well as usual, sharpen it right away!
It is advisable to dismantle your tool on a regular basis, but at the very latest when it appears to be jammed.
Dismantling the revolving handle
It is advisable to dismantle the revolving handle on a regular basis, so that it does not become jammed.
Wire cutting notch
The blades feature a notch that allows for the cutting of small wires without damaging the cutting edge.
The sap groove prevents the blade sticking when cutting "sappy" wood. It saves time and makes pruning easier by removing sap and debris after each cut.
FELCO's micrometric adjustment system guarantees an optimal adjustment of the cutting head throughout the life of the tool. It ensures a clean and precise cut.
Shock absorption system
The cushion and shock absorber soften the impact upon finishing cutting. The hand and wrist are also protected.
Forged aluminum handles
Lightweight, strong and sturdy thanks to special aluminum alloys and advanced precision forging methods. Equipment comes with a lifetime guarantee*.
The revolving handle spreads muscular effort across all fingers and reduces the overall cutting effort by 30%. This FELCO invention reduces the risk of both tendonitis (RSI) and carpal tunnel syndrome.
Angled cutting head
Inclined cutting head to reduce the risk of muscular-skeletal injuries and to maximise user comfort.