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Reviews for ARS Super Lightweight Telescoping Pole

4.5 out of 5 star average customer rating based on 6 reviews


Mr - 09/21/2016
Reviewer: Kevin

I bought this saw to replace the hayuachi that an employee left on a site. The sections on mine do not slide smoothly, tends to bind. I am going to spend a little more and get another hayuachi, seemed to me the quality was worth the extra $60


Best long reach pole saw/pruner combo - 05/21/2016
Reviewer: Jean-Luc Bengle

This Pole saw is seriously one of my most essential tools. I use it to set lines and for the pole pruner mostly. By putting your steel carribeaner on the bark cutter attached to your climbing line (the shape of it works much better for this than the silky saws because of a little hook going up and down), you can easily flip it over a branch 20' up, and then if thats not high enough get on a 12' orchard ladder and get the exact right limb 30+ feet up. I rarely use a throwline except in the highest of doug firs with branches not starting for over 30'... also the fact that you can quickly switch heads to the pole pruner attachment is clutch. its the only pole pruner you will need and with a long cord, it will go up and be super strong for the first 2 bigger sections and for smaller branches and a long cord, it will cut to the whole 3 sections. the locking mechanism with the buttons and plastic track will fail after 3 months or so of heavy use, but I drill out bigger holes where the buttons were and put in round head wire lock pins from the hardware store that are just the right size and make the connections even more strong and increase the life of the poles to the point until you bend one of the sections, which I have a graveyard of old poles that I can usually switch out a bent section, or you can buy one section from other sources individually... Could not imagine doing tree work without this tool. not great for up in the tree, but combined with a 13' zubat, that's all the reach you will need...


Great pole saw - 01/14/2016
Reviewer: TM

ARS quality. Very lightweight and rigid. Great craftsmanship. Great addition for any arborist.


Grounds Superintendent - 04/25/2014
Reviewer: Dan Fowley
Pole saw is just what the doctor (tree surgeon) ordered. Telescoping feature locks in place and does not move like can happen with many friction type locks found on some round poles. The D-shaped cross section also increases the rigidity of the pole making much easier to keep the blade in the cut and maneuver between branches. The blade is super sharp and will cut through a 6" pine branch with ease. I would not say that this pole saw is super lightweight though, it seems to weigh about the same as others I have used. Definitely worth the money.


5 Star - 01/06/2014
Reviewer: Damian
Like the name says: Lightweight
Excellent reach
Durable construction
Razor sharp teeth
Easy to Sharpen
What else do you need in a pole saw?


removable head - 11/14/2012
Reviewer: Christian Siewert
The best thing about this saw is the removable head making it able to fit into the toolbox of most bucket and chip truck body boxes. I used this saw after many many years of Silky conviction and was impressed with the durability, ease of use and comparable cutting capacity to the silky. If you are looking to try something other than silky, I highly recommend this saw.


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