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    We went camping with son & joined them at their campfire. He had a Friskars axe & saw. He said they make great cutting tools. :thumbup:

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    I didn't know that either, we learn something everyday

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    I have these tools as well.

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    if you go to the fiskars site you will see they make a wide array of tools for outdoors/gardening!

    http://www3.fiskars.com/

    YOu can find them at Lowe's usually.

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    Yes, all my good gardening tools are Fiskars - Pruning sheers, tree pole saw, lopers, etc. They are the best quality & last forever.

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    The only Fiskar's in my house are pruners. And the only pruners in my house are Fiskars.

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    Thanks for the info!!

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    They made axes before scissors.

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    Well, I guess if Husqvarna can make lawnmowers, Fiskars can make other cutting tools! Hmmm...Wonder if the lawnmower would help my sewing any?! There are days I need all the help I can get...Hmmm...hehehe:)

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    Quote Originally Posted by true4uca
    We went camping with son & joined them at their campfire. He had a Friskars axe & saw. He said they make great cutting tools. :thumbup:
    Also make gardening tools.....

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    See I just learned something new. I love this board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by donnajean
    Yes, all my good gardening tools are Fiskars - Pruning sheers, tree pole saw, lopers, etc. They are the best quality & last forever.
    Wow, learnde something new. Now I have to find those pruners.

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    IHAVE THE FRISKARS PRUNERS LOVE THEM

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    Most of my gardening tools are Fiskars. The hedge clippers and pruners are lightweight and sharp.

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