Telescopic Fruit Picker

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Telescopic Fruit Picker
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11G12.18 Telescopic Fruit Picker

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With a reach that extends up to 10’, there will be very few places on a fruit tree that this fruit picker tool can’t get to, even from the ground. A simple cutter above the collection bag, operated by a handgrip at the bottom of the pole, ensures that the fruit will drop safely into the bag (large enough to hold about 10 apples). Whether you have one or two trees or a small orchard, the telescoping fruit picker is a fine and useful piece of gear that lets you harvest your fruit trees without lugging a ladder from place to place. 

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This fun telescoping fruit picker makes fruit picking a fun way to spend a fresh and sunny morning with friends or family. We think you’ll love it!

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  • No more bruised or torn fruit

    Candice, 11/29/2020 We ordered this for our avocado or and apple tree, but I think it would be great for our tangerines that get torn up by our basket fruit picker. The item arrived quickly, with minimal packaging, and in good order. There is minimal assembly and no instructions, so there is a bit of a decision to be made about how you want the head to be oriented (it doesn't really seem to matter either way you assemble it). Just be careful as ours that had threading had a sharp part from the manufacturing process and I did draw a bit of blood on my fingers. Other than that, it works to get the fruit high up without yanking or bruising the fruit. I want another one for the other end of our property.
  • Great product

    Rose Gomez, 11/19/2020 I have a pomegranate tree and could never reach the high fruit or dropped where couldn't get it with this able to get all fruit, love it.
  • just what i was looking for. light weight and easy to use

    johnny, 10/26/2020 i use this mainly for persimmons that i can't reach. the normal fruit pickers will leave marks and bruises so been looking for a fruit picker like this. i was a bit hesitant at first b/c of the pricing but i believe after using it is totally worth it. no more bruised fruits and i can easily reach the top fruits. one thing i wish was that the handgrip to activate the clipper is at the bottom. so if you're switching from picking high up fruits to lower fruits, sometimes you can't reach the handgrip. i have another type of fruit picker that uses a rope that runs along the pole which would make it easier. but overall, this picker is light-weight and the basket is big enough to catch the fruit and the leaves surrounding it.
  • Fruit Picker great for Macadamia Nuts

    Billie Newell, 10/25/2020 I have been looking for a picker that would work for my Macadamia Nuts. This works great, Had to get used to the angle of the basket, but once I got used to it, worked really well. I got the nuts instead of the squirrels. Also worked on my star fruit. Just tried that this morning.
  • The quicker figgy clipper

    Doug, 10/12/2020 It didn't take long for me to fall in love with this product. Does exactly what I need it to do. At first I thought the angle between clippers and basket was wrong, but I quickly got used to it and have used it a number of times already.
  • Telescoping picker

    Mike Bilkey, 9/20/2020 Seems well built; will put to work picking apples next weekend.
  • Works for figs

    Dori, 9/16/2020 I bought this for my husband to collect the brown turkey figs from the higher branches of our fig bush, which is probably 12-15 feet high. It took him several outings with it to get comfortable with how to position the bag and what angle to approach the ripe figs from, but by the heart of fig season, he was much more comfortable with it. It was able to cut down the ripe figs without damaging them.
  • Good product

    John, 9/6/2020 This picker does a great job in those areas where you can maneuver it due to the basket. Many times the picker will cut off the bud and not just the stem. It does make it easier to reach the higher apples. Overall, it is very helpful. I just wish it were easier to maneuver and did not cut the buds.
  • Fruit picker

    William A, 9/5/2020 I am happy with his fruit picker. I have previously had baskets that off and pull off several leaves along with the fruit as an I primarily use it for avocados. The bag also keeps the avocados from falling to the ground.
  • Could be better for the money

    Lauren , 8/30/2020 I wish it would have come with a better diagram of how to Put it together as well as a diagram of the parts just to make it easier and simpler. As a side note my fruit did not always fall in the basket and it was hard to only clip the ripe fruit while avoiding the ones that weren't ready.
  • Telescopic Fruit Picker

    Jeffrey Otto, 8/30/2020 I have lived with my apple tree all my life I'm 63. I have always had to pick the tree by hand because of easy bruising. Now I don't want to do high ladder work anymore so I got the telescopic fruit picker. I have never been so pleased, I was actually excited. I picked the fruit to soon to try it out. Made some pies without much waste, money and time saver. I love this tool.
    We'll see how long the heirloom quality last because it will be put to good use and I plan on living for a good long time. Thank you
  • Best option out there for figs

    Judy, 8/29/2020 Please note that this review is based on only one time using the picker. I have a fig tree and it seems figs are the hardest to use pickers with. This one was no exception. It was very hard to get the blade to cut the fig without masticating it a bit. The bag is a wonderful idea but makes it really hard to maneuver through the branches and leaves and it is really difficult to see if I am in the right place to get the fig when it is so high up. For me there seems to be a steep learning curve to using this picker but I am not giving up yet. It is by far the best option out there that I have found yet. I am hoping it just takes time and mastery.
  • Best Fruit Picker Design

    Fay, 8/14/2020 I have tried your typical fruit picker that often causes damage or is very hard to retrieve by just twisting the fruit. The idea of clipping the stem near the fruit is a much better concept as this telescopic unit. All prior criticisms of lack of directions and hex nut thread issues are well founded. It helps to view a picture of this device during assembly. Also, as suggested, be careful when assembling the hex/wing nuts to assure the threads are not stripped. Higher quality is needed here. Since my lemon tree is tall, the branches extend over a wall over to my neighbor making it hard at times to see the upper stems to make a good cut. With all criticisms aside, this is a much superior design of all the fruit pickers that I have tried in the past. This design is highly recommended.
  • Multi-purpose essential find!

    Maggie Toscano, 8/4/2020 I bought this to pick figs that are always way out of my reach and I am so excited to have this just in advance of this year's crop. The fabric bag will prevent the figs from getting bruised. It also has a nice sharp cutter that is helping me clip annoying porcelainberry vines that have covered my rhododendrons. I am able to reach the uppermost ends of the vines with the immature berries and clip them off. I love this tool.
  • Telescopic fruit picker

    Mariles Valencia, 7/19/2020 Good picker, The bag can be a little sturdier
  • Perfect for figs

    evelyn , 7/18/2020 I finally found a way to pick my figs without destroying them! The thin skin has been torn up by other fruit picking devices, but not with this one. Very pleased.
  • Safer way to pick

    Francis Saragosa, 7/11/2020 It works great. Now I don't have to climb a ladder to get to the Avocados. I am 75 years old and don't need to fall off the ladder and hope my wife will catch me. Now she can pick the Avocados, all I have to do is tell which ones are ripe.
  • Nothing Better

    Ken Twombly, 7/11/2020 Works wonderful. I let my wife try it and could not get it away from her. Best apple picker ever. It saves time, it's easy and in a way kind of fun.
  • Fantastic!

    Kristine Lindner , 7/10/2020 I love it! Now I can reach the fruit at the top!
    Arrived quickly and in perfect condition.
  • Perfect for Picking Avocados!

    JL Martinez, 7/10/2020 The Garrett Wade Telescopic Fruit Picker is the perfect tool for getting our avocados off our backyard tree. I just wish it could extend out even further than 10' so I won't have to sometimes lug out a ladder. Nevertheless, it's sturdy, light, practical and well-designed.
  • Wonderful Product

    Eric, 6/8/2020 Exactly as described. Great quality.
  • perfectly designed and well engineered

    Neil, 5/25/2020 When I imagined the perfect picker to safely retrieve delicate bunches of loquats, this was what I envisioned. Perfect for small or soft fruits on larger trees... Love it.
  • Exatly what I needed

    Angel, 5/24/2020 Although, I am using it for lemons and oranges... it is a great tool for getting the high ones and easy to get them in-between the branches
  • Best Affordable Avocado Picker

    Jacobs Amy, 5/24/2020 I’m beyond satisfied with this avocado picker! It’s lightweight yet sturdy, compact, easy to use and a great value. Other pockets cost hundreds of dollars, In so glad I found this one!
  • 6 stars out of 5

    John, 5/23/2020 I have been looking for a better fruit picker, especially one that can pick delicate fruits like loquats and figs. This is the perfect solution. Absolutely love it and well made. Don’t hesitate to buy
  • Very easy to use, locks when extended well.

    Fruit picker, 5/15/2020 Awesome product, reaches our apple tree easily.
  • Telescopic fruit picker

    Bill Flores, 5/14/2020 Bought this item to pick the out-of-reach avocados. Took a couple of minutes to attach basket to pole, but once that was done...a basket full of avos! Sturdy pole, excellent action on cutting assembly, smart design. Very happy with my purchase!
  • Now I can reach those avocados!

    Andrew Nakatani, 5/8/2020 Sturdy construction, effective extendable design to clip avocado stem and (removable & washable!) cloth bag to catch. Bravo!
  • Easy to use and sturdy, cutter works great on tough branches!

    Cindy, 5/7/2020 We have a super tall avocado tree in our backyard (maybe 30-40 feet tall). I was deciding between this picker with the cutter and others that had a supposedly longer reach with a wire basket. So glad I went with this one because the cutter was easy to use, gives great feedback when you're actually cutting a branch (can be hard to see for tall trees!), and the extendable pole felt sturdy. I worry the other option would've been damaging to the tree and flimsy to use. Would recommend! It was a joy to pick our avocados with this guy :)
    Rate & Review Grand Prize Winner May 2020 Rate & Review Grand Prize $100 Winner. Congratulations, Cindy!
  • Great purchase!

    P Smith, 5/2/2020 Well made and easy to use. I love it!
  • Telescopic fruit picker

    Janet , 4/24/2020 Love that it is extendable. Very handy in tall trees. I don’t have to use the ladder or climb my mango tree anymore.
  • Avocado picker

    MC, 4/17/2020 I purchased this in early 2019 to help reach some avocados. I no longer need to use a ladder to reach to the top of my tree. This picker is worth it!
  • New Design

    DES, 4/12/2020 Like the new design of the fruit picker
  • Well made and works

    Wendy, 4/12/2020 I have a ridiculous tall avocado tree and it took me a few minutes to get used to it, but wow is this safer than what I saw doing before. I think it will take a bit to get talented. I'm blown away that I don't have the battle of tug and balance. It was on back order. Totally worth the wait! Winner
  • Best fruit picker

    Cynthia Mitchell, 4/12/2020 I was a bit surprised that the product didn't come with any instructions. I had to go back into the site and look at the picker to make sure that I attached the bag properly. Once I got it together, I tried it out. Worked great on the few oranges and lemons that were left on my trees. It appears to be very well made and was worth the wait as my order was backordered.
  • Light and well contructed.

    J. Nolasco, 4/11/2020 Well constructed and light. Better than the model that uses a line that needs to be pulled to cut the fruit from the tree.
  • Fruit picker

    kevin uphoff, 1/19/2020 Well it isn’t as easy to use as you might think but when it works correctly it’s a good device
  • Best Fruit Picker

    Robert E. Bosso, 6/20/2019 I have been looking for a fruit picker of this quality for years. Most are very difficult to use with fragile fruit (e.g., figs) because they require twisting the fruit off the tree. This one neatly slices it at the stem and it drops into a soft (replaceable) bag. The over all quality is excellent, lightweight, but durable.
  • Fantastic Fruit Picker

    Susan, 6/1/2019 Perfect for picking fruit. Works great and is well made.
  • Excellent and sturdy fruit picker

    Chau Pyatt, 5/24/2019 This fruit picker is great! I now can pick my mangoes with great ease without bruising them in the process ! Will recommend it to all my friends!
  • Telescoping Fruit PIcker

    K. Weathers, 4/30/2019 My husband loved the fruit picker! He has been trying to create one out of poles and a bucket with no success. Thanks for a great item. P.S. I asked for the lawn broom for Mother's Day.
  • owner of fruit orchard

    Jenny Franklin, 4/28/2019 Decided to buy 3 of these fruit pickers to pick Loquats that are too high for me to reach. A wonderful tool to have, fits my need. Will be using them to pick Asian Pears and Persimmons when they are ready.
  • Telescopic fruit picker

    Orville , 4/20/2019 Works like a champ. Feel soo good when I'm harvesting my oranges
  • John

    John Green, 4/20/2019 Well made tool. Basket is the ideal size, sturdy and removable. Length is easily adjusted. My only complaint is the latch that automatically holds the blade and handle closed with each squeeze. Unscrewing the spring that holds the latch is easy to do and fixes the problem.
  • Great tool

    Paul Jimenez, 1/15/2019 Purchased as a gift and mom is very happy to get her avocados that were out of I dont have to worry about my mom climbing a tree!
  • MJM

    Mike Moore, 1/13/2019 This is a great product. Excellent quality. I use it to cut the stems on tangerines too high on the tree to get easily with a ladder. I found it worked best for me without the bag which limited how close I could get to the fruit. No more need to risk climbing up a stepladder.
  • Must Have Tool For Your Fruit Trees

    LB, 1/3/2019 Works great. Great price. Husband loves it. Much better than traditional fruit picker basket.
  • Telescopic Fruit Picker

    Joan, 12/27/2018 Love it!! Greatest item since sliced bread. We have been searching for this exact fruit picking tool for years. Works great.
  • Basket Pruner and harvetster

    CRFouquette, 12/26/2018 She loved it My 4 ft wife.
  • Fruit picker

    Tamara, 10/27/2018 As soon as we got our package my husband went to try it out! He loved it! It’s very simple to use and works great! Now we have an awesome avocado picker! Thanks Garrett Wade Company.
  • Great product!

    Jan Peel, 10/21/2018 This apple/ fruit picker is awesome! As we have aged climbing up and down ladders can become tedious. Harvesting our apples this year has been a breeze. The tool is well constructed and easy to use. You don't need a strong grip to work the handle cutter. The fruit falls gently into the sack, which comes with the picker. We liked it so much we purchased one for my sister to use in her orchard.
  • Works!

    Jeff, 10/19/2018 It actually works better than I expected it to, keeps me away from those deadly Citrus thorns.

    Dan Grant, 10/11/2018 While I wish it were a little heavier quality, it worked EXACTLY as I had hoped it would. The bag only holds about 4 or 5 large avocados, but the cutting mechanism works quite well. It makes clean cuts and the fruit drops right into the bag. I suspect it will work just as well with citrus and even persimmons. No more pulling and tearing branches!
  • Worked exactly as advertised!

    Janet, 10/7/2018 We can now easily harvest the lemons and limes at the top of our trees!
  • Telescopic fruit picker

    Winona Weber, 10/2/2018 Just what we were looking for! Less trauma to our avocado trees with the sharp cutter to the stem and no air rotting our precious avos. Very sturdy and easy to use.very happy customer. I have used tools with ropes to pull but it seems as though the rope stretches and you don’t get quite a clean cut. Thank you for making a quality product and I hope we get several years of use out of our fruit picker!
  • Telescopic Picker

    Linda , 9/21/2018 The Telescopic fruit picker works fairly well. I purchased it to pick peaches from a very tall tree. I didn't have any problems attaching the net to the handle. I attached it on the opposite side of the red plastic overlay. I made sure the basket arms were Between the two split washers and then finger tightened the wing nut. The basket seems secure. I think it's probably important to have the washers on either side of the basket arm rather than two on one side. Don't know do I, because there were no instructions. I then discovered the blades wouldn't work until I extended the pole. I thought I would be able to use the fruit picker without extending it, for the lower branches, but no. When the peaches are hanging from a small twig/branch, it was fairly easy to cut the branch and have the peach fall in the basket. Unfortunately however, the majority of the peaches are attached directly to a branch too large to be cut, and in that case I had to keep shoving the peach with the picker until it fell in the basket, sometimes. Other times it dropped to the ground, which I was trying to avoid because it bruises the fruit.
    All in all, I think the picker did a decent job of getting the fruit off a very, very tall tree, but I think it's better suited for fruit with smaller stems that the blades can get to. The blades are definitely sharp enough, they do a good job of cutting, even if the branch is a little larger than a stem. Having said all that, I still think The Telescopic Fruit Picker is probably the best tool for the job.
  • Impossible task -SOLVED!!!!!

    Pete Callamaras, 9/9/2018 The Telescopic Fruit Picker - FINALLY the solution to the almost impossible task of picking ripe persimmons with no damage to the fruit! All the other fruit pickers I tried mangled or tore the fruit because they use tines, like a lawn rake to pull them off. Then I tried the coffee/soda bottle can with “V” notch, same thing. They left the stem and mangled fruit hanging on the branch. Not fair for the birds to enjoy and not me! So - it was get the ladder out, climb the ladder, hand cut some off the branch, drop in the bag, climb down the ladder, move the ladder to the next branch as I go around the tree then put the ladder away. Unfortunately, the fruit ripens at different rates over a couple of weeks so you don't get them all at once. Now I just grab my Fruit picker, go around the tree, get the ripe ones, and done until the next few are ready. I have had as many as 400 persimmons on the tree, so I leave it you to imagine the time savings, not to mention the wear and tear on my ladder and my knees! Summing it up – one of the best, most efficient and effective tools for picking persimmons have ever found – thanks to the Garrett Wade team for coming up with it!!!!
    Rate & Review Honorable Mention $50 Winner September 2018 Rate & Review Honorable Mention $50 Winner. Congratulations, Pete!!
  • Just the perfect tool

    Ozy, 9/9/2018 This is one of the easiest to use and best designed picking tools I have ever seen. Bought it to specifically pick figs and it delivers. Wish if it was a couple of feet longer..
  • Great construction qualities

    Pak, 8/26/2018 I have been using the picker for more than a week now – as soon as it arrived. I simply love it.
    Pluses: Package arrived California in perfect conditions; it was well bubble-wrapped. I was very impressed with the overall qualities of the materials used for the picker; the cutter (top portion) of the pole appears to be made of stainless steel and sharp; relatively light weight over all. Extremely easy to put the picker in action as soon as it arrived; to me there was only one logical way to attach the canvas basket to the pole and I was not looking for any instructional manual at all. I have been using the common extension wire basket pole for several years but this pole is the only that I could find to help me with the picking of figs (smaller and soft) and other smaller fruits like apricots etc. without damaging the fruits and/or small tree limbs. Naturally, picking the larger fruits like Asian pears, persimmons, and etc. is much easier without damaging the fruits either.
    An additional Ground Shipping Surcharge of $10 applies.” but this is understandable; the package came in with a 6’ tall cardboard box due to the length of the pole
    I did notice the ‘thread-stripping’ tissue that other reviewers mentioned. I just didn’t force or over tighten the thumbscrews and this didn’t create any problem for me at all.
    It would be great if there were a way to override the ‘safety feature’ when the picker is in use and keep the ‘knife’ in an open position after each cut without having to manually releasing it.
  • Extremely useful tool for harvesting fruit in Hawaii

    Janet, 5/11/2018 I searched all over the internet and in the few hardware stores near me for a product like this. I found only 3 candidates. The most common candidate was a readily-available device that pulls fruit off of the tree. Unfortunately, this device leaves a hole where the stem used to be, and insects get inside, so I ruled out that device. The other candidate doesn't have a snipping tool like this one -- it just has a razor. So I chose this one, and I have been happy with it. We use it to harvest fruit that we can't reach with our arms while standing on the ground, which includes oranges, tangerines, papayas, starfruit, and avocados. It takes some skill to position the clippers correctly, and it takes some strength to hold the pole out a long ways, but I can't imagine a better mechanism than this to accomplish to task. Our house guests have enjoyed the challenge of picking fruit from high on the tree, so this tool also serves as entertainment for guests.
  • Excellent Picker with minor shortcomings

    Gearmaster, 11/5/2017 I have a home orchard with over 60 fruit trees that I planted a decade ago, and this is the best picker I have found or used, and I highly recommend it… I just wish I had purchased it sooner. It is worth the price being asked. For the last couple years I have used the type of extension pole with basket that has metal tines or “fingers” that grab the fruit by raking the tines just above the fruit. However, on stubborn fruits that are hard to separate from the tree, such as Asian Pears, certain apples, and Asian persimmons, that style would sometimes damage the fruit or send the fruit flying to somewhere other than the basket, and it would damage the leaves and small limbs. This picker is the answer to those problems.

    Despite my praise, I do have four nitpicks for which I deducted one star. First, as others have mentioned, it does not come with assembly or user instructions. While I didn’t have a problem as a result, I still feel it should come with them. I simply pulled up a photo of the picker from the website to see which side is “up” when affixing the basket. I didn’t have any of the thread-stripping problems that other reviewers mentioned, as I heeded their warnings and affixed the thumbscrews very carefully. Secondly, the pole comes with an affixed adjustable plastic folding forearm grip. While very helpful and useful, it is very difficult to keep it in the open position… it has a plastic knurled thumb-screw that I can’t seem to be able to tighten enough, and I’m nervous about over-tightening it and cracking the plastic. So the forearm grip could definitely be improved. Third, it comes with a plastic trigger grip that swivels around. I am concerned about the long-term durability of the plastic, although I haven’t had any problems yet, and I dislike the way the grip swivels. Although sometimes the swiveling is useful, more often than not it isn’t. I could get a more steady reach if I could somehow lock it in place. Lastly, the basket is permanently affixed/angled in one position. What I mean is that the basket only stays open beneath the fruit when the cutter is in the horizontal position. If you need to use the cutter in a vertical position, which I needed to frequently do on my persimmon trees, the basket hangs to the side and not under the fruit. If the picker had been designed to allow the basket to swivel under the cutter in any position, or if there were a way to adjust the basket manually to another position, that would have been much better.

    Despite my nitpicks, I still think it is a great buy, and I wouldn’t let my reservations deter you. It’s just good to know what could be improved and what to expect beforehand before making the purchase. It’s definitely better than anything else out there, and it is the safest because it keeps you off a ladder and it keeps the fruits from falling on your noggin (most of the time). I have used this for only one harvest season so far, and it has held up well despite my aforementioned concerns, as has all tools I’ve purchased from Garret and Wade, and if a problem does arise, I know that they would take care of it.
  • Good product with minor fixable problem.

    Arthur Sigler, 10/15/2017 Haven't had a chance to actually use it yet because fruit season is over here. The construction appears solid and functional. I did examine the threads mentioned in other reviews and they were not cut very well. I have a tape and die set so I chased the threads with a die and they cleaned up nicely. That little problem is resolved. I believe it is worth the money paid.
  • Great tool

    David Lunsford, 9/24/2017 This is one of the easiest to use and best designed picking tools I have ever seen. We bought it to specifically to pick elderberries in the wild and it delivers.

  • Must Have For Fruit Tree Owners

    Adam, 11/2/2016 I guess it would be better if it came w/instructions but I never gave it any thought until reading the other reviews. I didn't have the same problem w/the threads other than one of the nuts was hard to get started. Before getting this had been using an old one w/metal basket & hooks that just pull the fruit off. This is far superior tool & a breeze to use. Wish I had found & bought this years ago.
  • A Great Product with a Few Minor Quality Control Flaws.

    C E VOIGTSBERGER, 10/8/2016 First the bad news: I agree with Mike Sanderson, the threads on the bag wire are poorly chased. The hex nuts and wing nuts must be very carefully threaded on to the holder. Curing it is simple, a quick trip to your local, not megachain, hardware store will enable you to obtain a die that will turn new threads and you can purchase new hex and wing nuts. BUT YOU SHOULDN'T HAVE TO. This unit came without a word of instruction. Not to worry, if you can open your car door and start your car you should be able to put the bag on the pole. One word of caution. The bag goes on the side with the red spacer. If you try to put the bag on the side w/o the spacer (as I did) you won't be able to tighten the wing nuts and may bugger up the threads on the bag wire.The holes in the cutter head were not quite large enough for the threaded ends of the bag holder. Apparently the subcontractor for the bag holder didn't read the spec sheet or he was the extremely low bidder. It was a simple matter to run a drill bit through the holes to enlarge them just a mm or two. BUT ONE SHOULDN'T HAVE TO.

    Now the good news. This picker is great!!! I wish I had bought it years ago. I didn't really learn about it until I was watching Japanese TV program about older farmers in Japan and I saw an old woman picking persimmons with this picker. WOW!!! I told my wife I had to find one like it so I could pick our persimmon trees easier. The picker arrived this afternoon and I have already put it to work. It makes picking fruit a cinch. Much easier than that basket thingey that I had to pull the fruit off the tree and wreck a couple of branches in the process. If you have fruit trees and you don't have this picker, unless you have a professional crew come in you must have this picker. G.W. You need to jack up your supplier and improve product quality just a little bit
  • poor threads

    Mike Sanderson, 8/12/2016 The threads on the basket mounting wire are poorly done . While tightening I could feel that the threads were about to I stopped. Otherwise I'm pleased I'm not sure what I am going to do when these threads pull out.
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