Posted by Abolox on 8/6/2018 to
Comfort Security Health Efficiency
The design of the ergonomic pruner results from five years of scientific research and hundreds of user
tests all over the world. The benefit of the design of the ergonomic pruners has two major advantages
for the end-users: less fatigue at the end of the day and a less painful, longer and more productive
What makes the PX and PXR ergonomic?
Vertical inclination: Compared to a traditional pruner, the PX and PXR downward inclination compensates the wrist bending and allows the hand to remain in a neutral position, which reduces the risk of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome.
Lateral inclination: Compared to a traditional pruner, the PX and PXR inclination to the left (for right-handed
pruners) compensates the wrist bending and allows the hand to remain in a neutral position, which improves pressure capacity to be applied on handles and avoids M.S.D.
Vertical and lateral inclinations Shape of the handles Elastomer coating on upper handles Choice of cutting head
Choice of spring Hand measuring system
Keeps your wrist in a neutral position Provides comfort Helps to spread pressure evenly Provides the right cutting
head for each job Adapts the pruner to the power of your hand Guides you to find the best pruner for you.
PX TYPE - Fixed handle
The most innovative pruner design in the world. Ergonomic design in a modular system that enables you to build
a pruner that fits perfectly into your hand.
PXR TYPE - Rotating handle
Same head and palm handle as the PX, but with a comfortable, elastomer coated rotating handle. PXR feels like part of your hand and cuts with optimal accuracy and ease.