This special edition of the FELCO 2 pruning shears is decorated with iconic Swiss symbols and manufactured in a limited series of 750 pieces.
An exceptional tool
This exceptional tool is inspired by the first FELCO pruning shears produced in 1945 by Félix Flisch. These innovative pruning shears embody reliability and durability, transmitted from one generation to the next, known as the FELCO 2.
From the exceptional design, quality materials and precision manufacturing comes a tool of unequalled durability and comfort. Pruning shears that are perfect for all types of pruning work, ideal for professionals and also non professionals.
Out of FELCO's quest to push the limits of design and industrial know-how comes the FELCO 2 Special Edition 75th anniversary model with a one of a kind decoration applied by using Water Transfer technology.
Each water transfer piece is handmade, the process consists of dipping FELCO aluminum handles into an extra thin film embedded with the 75th anniversary design.
Due to the pronounced ergonomics of FELCO handles and the inherent manual dipping process, each piece is unto itself and therefore unique.
These differences are not imperfections, they create the uniqueness of the FELCO 2 Special Edition 75th anniversary pruning shears, turning this Swiss Icon into a one of a kind hand-crafted tool.
Switzerland has been measuring time for centuries. Its watchmaking industry places our values of excellence, quality and innovation on wrists across the world.
Hung around cows’ necks, they ring out melodiously across the Swiss Alps and allow lost herds to be found. Manufacturing these bells out of bronze, brass or steel requires sophisticated expertise.
This avalanche rescue dog saves any mountain climber who is in trouble, without exception. Just like Switzerland, the birthplace of the Red Cross which nurtures a precious legacy of hospitality and protection.
Cheese as well as conviviality and sharing are among the ingredients of the Swiss national dish. Though this culinary tradition has as many recipes as there are cantons, it is unanimously enjoyed by the Swiss.
This silver star is the jewel of the Alpine summits. The rare flower is an emblem found throughout Switzerland, from traditional costumes to the 5-Franc piece.
Above Zermatt, this 4478m peak is the most famous Swiss silhouette in the world. This gneiss rock pyramid even inspired the triangular shape of the famous chocolate.
Without a tremor, William Tell shot through the apple placed on his son’s head. The national hero and his crossbow thus secured Switzerland’s precision reputation for eternity.
Lakes and mountains shape a unique environment in the Swiss vineyards. Their Pinot noir and Chasselas grapes, cultivated in a sometimes harsh climate, create wines which are both strong and refined in character.