dealsanvil pruner- craftsman for $5.99

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Doesn't look like much of an anvil to me; I'm not sure I can even get it to ring...

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@lparsons42: I don't this it is an anvil...it is for pruning anvils. Duh...

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Anvil pruners are actually pretty nice for getting rid of thin branches of dead wood that would just bend and bind up in a normal pruner.

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@bluesportxls: But it will never cut through my excess anvil!!

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Thanks for posting this deal. I ordered one for store pickup.

They also have a bypass pruner on sale for $7.69, but my local Sears has none in stock. Rats! Shipping would double the price. Here's the link: http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_07183538000P?mv=rr

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Thanks! Like @psilosome said, these are great for cutting stuff that could mess up nice, but not heavy duty pruners. Cutting roses and trimming down a rose bush are two different things!

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In for both the anvil & bypass. Cost me $15 and I save $14

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everytime I order from sears.com for in-store pick up they send me an email that it's ready and when i get to the store they say they can't find it and have to cancel the order.

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I've been needing one of these! My anvils have been looking a little overgrown lately. I'll have to put these next to my kitchen sheers.

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@jonjames: That has not happened to me, ever.

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@jonjames: Hasn't happened to me either, even when I leave something I purchased sitting there for several weeks before I go fetch it. I've had good luck with in-store pickup and would definitely use it again.