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Silky HAYAUCHI 21-ft Pole Saw, 3-extension (XL teeth)

Telescoping aluminum alloy 4-section pole system with comfort grip base-pole extends from 7.4-ft to 21-ft, 390mm (15.4-in) blade comes with protective scabbard. 7.35-pounds TOP SELLING HAYAUCHI

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Silky HAYAUCHI 21-ft Pole Saw, 3-extension (XL teeth)
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This item is oversized / overweight and does not qualify for free shipping. Shipping charge of $10.00 per box. Each box can hold up to 4 polesaws.
Bestselling, professional, aluminum telescoping pole saw - The pole saw of choice by professionals. The aluminum alloy extension poles are oval shaped, providing precise control over the direction of the blade (especially important for high cutting) and giving strength and rigidity to the pole thus reducing bending to the minimum. The base pole has a pole-end shock absorber and comfortable rubberized overgrip which ensures good hold and control. The 15-2/5-inch curved blade utilizes proprietary Silky 4-RETSUME (Four Rows of Teeth) Technology. Teeth are set in such a way that there appears to be 4 rows of them. Ideal for the toughest pruning jobs! Blade can be adjusted to two different angles for lower or higher cutting and features an upper and lower sickle. The upper sickle is used to cut vines and the lower sickle to undercut bark. Lower sickle provides a clean cut without damaging tree, while upper sickle prevents blade from slipping off limb. HAYAUCHI is the finest telescoping pole saw available on the market today. Black rigid-plastic blade cover is included. Made in Japan.

To allow effective use of HAYAUCHI pole saws, two locking systems are incorporated to assure structural rigidity of the extended poles: 1) locking pins/buttons - the primary pole locking mechanism; and 2) friction clamps - the secondary pole locking mechanism. The two systems are designed to work together. This dual locking system allows 100% of the effort at the handle to be effectively transferred to the blade up to 21 feet away. Spring-loaded locking buttons allow multiple length adjustments and safety friction clamps hold the extensions firmly in place. Safety considerations require that the pole saw user must wear a hard hat and eye protection at all times.

Technical Features

- 3-extension 4-poles/sections telescoping pole saw model that extends to 21 feet
- Extension range is 8 feet to 21-feet (2,440 to 6,300 mm); maximum working reach is 25 feet
- 15-2/5-inch (390 mm) blade length; 5.5 teeth per inch (6.5 teeth per 30 mm) teeth configuration
- 6.9 pounds (3,140 grams) operating weight; 7.35 pounds (3,340 grams) weight with blade cover
- Product applications include pruning & trimming, arborist & forestry, lawn & garden
- Limited lifetime warranty against defects in material and workmanship

WARNING:DO NOT USE POLE SAW WITHIN 50 FEET (15 METERS) OF POWER LINES OR ELECTRICAL WIRES. Failure to heed this warning may result in serious injury or death by electrocution.
WARNING: Use this pole saw in strict accordance with ANSI Standard: Z133.1-2006 and all applicable OSHA regulations (for users in the U.S.). It is the responsibility of the user to comply with all necessary precautions for safety.
WARNING: Improper use of this pole saw can cause serious or fatal injury. Do not cut above your head. Always use a hard hat and eye protection when using the pole saw.
WARNING: The pole saw blade is extremely sharp. Do not touch or contact the blade with any body part. Always store the saw blade in the provided safety cover when not in use. Keep out of reach of children.
WARNING: Silky, its affiliates, subsidiaries, importers, distributors and dealers are not responsible for and shall not be liable for any fatality, injury, loss, or damage resulting from improper use of this pole saw.

Silky HAYAUCHI 21-ft Pole Saw Specs

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Teeth per inch : 5.5 ppi

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Quantity per Box / Carton : 4

Blade Thickness, mm : 1.5

Kerf, mm : 2.3

UPC Code / Barcode No. : 4903585179399


I put off buying this saw for years because of the price. I have been using my 25 year old pole saw often on a ladder or in the bucket of the front end loader to trim trees on 140 acre farm. I could kick myself for not buying one sooner. Strong, light and super sharp. don't waste money on chainsaw pole trimmers, they don't reach high enough anyway.

Robert McMahon

Knoxville, TN


Ten Stars

Excellent. The only problem is human error! Make sure to tighten blade and LOCK the clips! When cutting 3inch diameter or larger be carful when branch is falling, it could push the pole to the ground and it is light weight aluminum alloy that could bend and pole wont retract.It is a Must Buy.





This is an awesome saw! If you have trees to prune, this is a must-have item. I could barely put it down - like a kid on Christmas day.


Upstate NY


A Saw

I have pruned thousand of trees and Palms with Stihl Ht101 pole saws, Echo pole saws as well as cheaper manual pole saws. This is by far the best saw and tool I have ever owned. It is light, Strong and will cut limbs with ease. I would recommend this saw to anyone from homeowners to commercial users. Thanks!





I have used virtually every type of pole saw imaginable. This was the sharpest initially and stayed sharp longer, well over a year with daily use.Some earlier reviews said it would replace a power pole pruner(stihl 101). I disagree, especially if one was working with hardwood over head with multiple cuts. Off course your reach is much higher with this saw. One negative was the handle rapping started to unravel prematurely.

Back of beyond

Western NC


The Best

I bought this saw when it first came out and 3-4 years later,I still love it. I broke it today taking down a massive beech limb--but it was all my fault. I'm buying another!23 FEB 2012

Mighty Oaks



nice, but not perfect.

While I did really like this saw when new, it has been retired to back up status. I find it heavy, a little too awkward and flexible when fully extended, and the push button locks are are tedious to use especially with gloves on. I have the add on hook as well which may not be helping the weight issues, and I think it also contributed to the head snapping off once right at the screw connections for the hook. The rubber grib handle is unravelling, the rubber boot came off the bottom, and now the blade (which was without a doubt awesome when new) needs replacing at near $80! Yeah it was nice, but I'm back to my insulated 6' jameson poles and $15 blades. They are a lot lighter, easier to assemble, and easily replaceable when you break something,not to mention a lot cheaper. Just my two cents.


Rhode Island


Wrath of the Hayauchi

I have 3 acres of heavily wooded property. I used the Hayauchi to quickly and safely prune 30 large mature white and red oaks, as well as several hickory trees. The saw was very easy to operate, did not create excessive fatigue given the fully extended length and eliminated the need for a ladder (and a potential call to 911)! Well worth the investment.




Great Saw

Came to Silky when another company would not sell me parts for their 22' saw. Silky sells every part of this saw. It's great. I love the knife edges at the top and bottom of the blade.


Plantation Fla.


The best pole pruner ive ever had!

I have a stihl pole pruner HT-131, but it can only reach at 16'ft.. When i got the habauchi 21' extendable pole pruner I can reach up higher that i can expect.. Its manual saw cutting but its sharp and durable cutting.. You just have to get the hang of it. Once you know what you doing..


Long Island, NY


Money Well Spent

Cuts like a hot knife through butter!Saves so much time and energy. Don't have to climb near as many tree to lift canopies.You can cut up to 3 inch limbs at full extension, which is 21 feet plus your height, so for me that's about 27 feet up.

Scott Rushing

Athens, Ga


Aluminum Alloy Extension Failed and Bent After Using It For 2 Hours.

I purchased a Silky 21' pole saw yesterday and went straight to work when I got back to the house. I really liked having the extra length which allowed me to get to some of the low hanging branches I've been wanting down. It was working great and taking down 4" limbs with ease and I sawed around 8 limbs down. I had the pole saw extended almost all of the way out and I was working on my next limb. I got through the limb and the pole saw started to lean and with a firm grip I started bringing the pole saw back to the vertical position. When I was raising the pole saw back for a controllable balance the aluminum on the pole saw failed and bent almost into an L shape. The bend was 6 inches from the first extension latch closest to the handle. The (UTS) ultimate tensile strength of the aluminum in my brand new Silky 21’ pole saw had reached its maximum stress causing it to fail and break. It’s hard to believe that a superior product such as the one I had just purchased would fail and break under its own weight within under 2 hours of work. I was honestly excited about my new pole saw and I love working outside on my property but I am not at all impressed with the Silky 21’ pole saw. It did saw straight through the 8 branches I was able to get down before the saw failed and broke. I was only able to use it for an hour and a half before my new $ 300.00 purchase was useless. Maybe it was defective but I am extremely hesitant to get another one when I return it tomorrow.--Nolan Buchanan

Nolan Buchanan

Greensboro, NC


Back In Business

My saw was replaced the very next business day with superior customer service! Thanks for the quick turn around.

Nolan Buchanan

Greensboro, NC


Awesome pole saw

Saw is fantastic. It is so aggressive that you can not be. Makes your day easier.


Chicago il


Great asset

Saw plows through limbs with ease makes short climbs unnecessary very pleased with the saw five stars for sure.

All seasons tree service

Independence Virginia


Hayauchi = weak, Hayate = Happiness!

I do not work for Silky and this is my first experience with their pole saws. I tried both the Hayauchi and then the Hayate pole saws...both cut great, but only one survived the first day of use. The silky Hayauchi is a very sharp and light-weight (for the 21 foot length) pole saw. It was very nice to use for about an hour until problems with the manufacture/design/quality-control showed up. On the first afternoon using the Silky Hayauchi to cut branches from a few trees, I found that the black handle grip cap came UN-GLUED and the grip tape began to unravel. Admittedly, this was a minor issue, but it should not have happened on a brand new tool...the glue was gummy like it never dried at the factory. Next I experienced a major flaw with the Hayauchi saw when fully extended. I finished cutting a high branch and the pole saw began to lean as the blade headed for the ground. I wanted to bring the pole saw back to vertical, so I pulled back toward upright (like using a fishing pole), and to my shock, the silky pole BENT and kinked broke on day one under its own weight! This flexing/kinking is unacceptable, and I am now reading that I am not the first person who this has happened to. The bend occurred in the first extension just above the first lock-down clamp.I learned that Silky makes a "new and improved" Hayate that is stronger so it bends less and has a much better grip (bright yellow *bolted-on* grip, not glued!) Plus it comes with an adjustable upper hand strap for extra grip. Well, I gave the Silky Hayate a try and I can say with certainty that the Hayate is a stronger saw with a better grip. Both saws cut great prior to failure, but the Hayauchi is weak...and sticky.If you do not plan to use the Hayauchi fully extended or much at might be okay for you, but the design of the Hayauchi has flaws that Silky has improved upon in the Hayate. Spend the extra money, if you can afford it, and get the heavier slightly shorter Hayate!

Mel the cat

Grand Rapids, MI


No buyers remorse here

What a great purchase this saw was. It is well constructed and light enough to handle safely. It works great! Worth the price.




other pole saws just collecting dust

We have over an acre of hardwoods that we need to limb every year and this saw does the trick. In fact, it's been loaned out to (and coveted by) all our neighbors. The saw is about 4 years old now, and the blade was replaced just this year. We've experienced no problems and frankly out of the 3 pole saws we have it's the only one that gets use.

Diamond Cove

Portland, Maine


Silkey Hayauchi 3x

Great saw for dressing trees...amazed at its durability and flexibility. in cutting thru all types of wood. My question is: "how do your know when the blade needs to be changed out?"

Fred Sickert



looks good, but....

but here is the rub. After 3 hours of usage the saw wouldn't retract. I'm really careful with my tools and never abuse them. Also, after 2 hours the blade needed sharpening. The company said to sharpen it with a bastard mill file-as though everyone has one in their tool box. $200 is way too much to pay for such a poorly made saw. I thought I was buying a quality product. In all fairness, it looked good when I took it out of the box.I would have given it 0 stars, but the program wouldn't print this without at least one star. What do you do with a 21 foot aluminum pole when the recycle center requires it to be 4 feet or less? (Obviously, the saw is isn't repairable.)


cobbs creek, va.


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