Max Tapener Hand Tying Tool

Tie up a great deal with the Max Tapener Kit - save £5!

The Max Tapener Hand Tying Tool and accessories are ideal for tying raspberries and other cane fruit to supporting wires and fruit frame supports...More information

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Delivery: £4.95 P&P
Price: £66.85
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The Max Tapener Hand Tying Tool and accessories are ideal for tying raspberries and other cane fruit to supporting wires and can also be used to efficiently bind roses, tomatoes and any other plants which require support and training.

Using a soft, pliable PVC tape which sits comfortably in the hand tying gun, the machine efficiently stretches, staples and cuts a length of tape around the plant and wire - those days of fiddling with string are consigned to history!

Along with the tape tying gun, we supply spare reels of PVC tape (in packs of 10 x 26m); a box of almost 5,000 staples should see you through a few seasons of tying in and the replacement blades (3 per pack) will keep things sharp at the cutting end.

The Max Tapener Kit includes the tying tool, 10 tape reels and a box of staples  all for under £67, a saving of £5 - a great deal to tie up!

  • Max Tapener Hand Tying Tool perfect for tying canes to wires
  • Ideal for use in vineyards and on fruit farms
  • Used commercially
  • Gun stretches, cuts and staples green PVC tape
  • Easy to refill
  • Spare 26m PVC Tape reels available
  • Boxes of staples (4,800) also available
  • 3 pack of replacement blades complete accessories
  • Tie in tomatoes, roses and all climbers
  • No fiddling with string
  • Time-saving device

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Number of Articles: 1
Kitchen Garden MagazineAugust 6th 2012

Allotment Life

"I use a Max Tapener hand tying tool to tie in all my peas and I can easily tie down a row of 50 plants in 20 minutes or so. It's an ingenious invention which uses a soft pliable plastic tape in a spool inside the hand machine. This is then wrapped around the stem of the pea, just above a leaf joint, and around the cane as well. All you do then is to close the jaws of the tool together and it staples the tape at the same time as cutting it off."

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