WesSpur has a great selection of pole pruner heads for you to choose from. You can get exactly the right pruner head for your needs, with the right combination of pruning capacity, draw power, and weight. Combine one of the pole pruner heads below with your chosen pruner poles on our poles page, or head over to our pruner kits page to get a pre-packaged pole pruner set.
Remember to pickup enough pruner cord to operate your pole pruner head at the bottom of this page, if your pruner head of choice does not come with it's own rope.
This pole pruner allows for cuts up to 1 3/4” and the built-in pulley gives a great mechanical advantage for cutting tough limbs. Weighs 2 lb. 14 oz.
Click here to shop for repair parts for the Corona 68808 pruner head.
This pole pruner is a lightweight, cast pruner that is great for making quick cuts up to 1 1/4” with ease. Great for making lots of cuts in a short period of time. Weighs 1 lb. 12 oz.
Click here to shop for repair parts for the Marvin PH4R pruner head.
A larger, “Bull Pruner” from Fred Marvin, this head has an extra 1/2” cutting capacity for a 1 3/4” cut, and a single pulley. All parts replaceable. Weighs only 2 lb., 2 oz.
Click here to shop for repair parts for the Marvin PH5 pruner head.
“Bull” pruner with a 1 3/4” cut, dual-pulley system, adapter and 15’ of 3/8” rope. Fits easily into the female ferrule of your extension pole. All parts replaceable. A larger, “Bull Pruner” from Fred Marvin, this head has an extra 1/2” cutting capacity for a 1 3/4” cut, and dual pulleys. All parts replaceable. Weighs 3 lb., 5 oz. with rope.
Click here to shop for repair parts for the Marvin QCB pruner head.
Rated: OK Review by: Doug N
“ I bought this as part of an upgrade over my former combo pruner/saw rig, and I have to give a shout-out to Andre, the customer service guy on the phone at WesSpur, who helped me get set up. I already had two four-foot Marvin poles from owning the Big Shot for several years, and Andre totally hooked me up so I could make use of those poles in a pruner/pole saw system with quick connecting pruner head and pole saw head. Thanks Andre! The rest of this review is specifically about the pruner head.
First the good. This tool is solid; from the weight of it you know it's made from strong metal and built to last. I love the big 1-3/4" opening, and with the dual pulley this thing slices right through the branches that fit in its mouth.
The meh. The dual pulley makes for a lot of travel in the cutting action. I've got long arms and I reach pretty high up the pull rope to start my cutting pull, but I often haven't completed the cut before running out of pull; in which case I have to make a couple wraps of the rope on my hand to shorten the rope and complete the cut.
The bad. I was using this for just the third time today - haven't cut more than 30 branches with it to date - and the metal ring clamp holding the pull rope onto the head gave out, flying away to who knows where. That was the end of using the pruner for the day. Fortunately I swapped in the saw and was back in business!
So it works well, when it works. But a pole pruner without a rope is like a Jack in the Box named Charlie - well, actually worse, because a Charlie in the Box can still pop out and do his job, unlike a pruner when its rope comes off. So Fred Marvin might want to think about putting a heavier duty, more firmly holding clamp on the pull rope. I think I should get more than 30 cuts before having to start replacing parts. ”
Jameson’s new Big Mouth pruner head has a 1 3/4” cutting capacity and weighs 1 lb. 14 oz. Comes mounted on an aluminum adapter which snaps into a female coupler on your mid-section pole. Compound pulley cutting power! Aluminum.
We have the most commonly replaced parts in price saving bundles. Kits include replacement blade, two return springs, mounting bolt and nut, and replacement pruner cord.
You may also view all 68808 Corona Pruner parts here, and all PH4R Marvin Pruner parts here.
8mm and 9mm Samson double braid accessory cord makes great pruner cord.
Vinyl pruner head cover slides on over any pruner head and snaps closed. A great way to protect the blade and moving parts from water, rust, and detritus. Small fits normal pruners, and large size is for compound or "bull" pruners.
Attach to pruner rope to break electrical current if rope contacts energized lines above insulator. Fiberglass tested to 100KV per foot for 5 minutes.