Mitox 28PP Pole Pruner

A quality long reach petrol pole pruner

The Mitox 28PP Pole Pruner is the perfect tool for those tough pruning jobs where a chainsaw won't safely reach

  • - Easy to start 25.4cc engine
  • - 10" pruning chainsaw with automatic oiling
  • - Articulating head with 7 cutting positions 
  • - Over 3 meters long with extension fitted
  • - Padded front handle
  • - Lightweight aluminium shaft
  • - Extension shaft and single strap harness included
  • FREE NEXT WORKING DAY DELIVERY (when ordered before 3pm)


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Long Reach
This petrol chainsaw pruner has an overall length of over 3 meters, so tall trees can be pruned safely without needing a ladder.

Padded Front Handle
The padded front handle enables multiple grip positions for working at different angles and heights whilst also reducing vibration for increased comfort.

Advanced Pruner Head
The innovative articulated design enables the pruner to be set in 7 different pruning positions.

Engine MITOX®
Displacement (cc) 25.4cc
Power (kW) 0.75kW
Spark Plug Mitox
Fuel Tank Capacity 0.65L
Fuel / Oil Ratio 40:1
Carburettor Mitox
Auto Choke Return Yes
Recoil assist SmartPull
Guide Bar Length 254mm / 10"
Number of Positions for Adjustment 7
Bar Length 10"
Bar Manufacturer Oregon
Chain Manufacturer/Type Oregon 21
Chain gauge 0.050"
Chain Pitch 3/8"
Chain lubrication Automatic Adjustable
Soft Touch Front Handle Yes
Sound Level (dBA) TBC
Toolless Filter Cover Yes
Total Length 3.1 metres (inc. extension)
Vibration Level (m/s2) 6.00 m/s2
Warranty Commercial 90 Days
Warranty Domestic 3 Years (T&C's apply)
Weight (kg) 6.1kg (excl bar & chain)
Article No. MIPP01
EAN 5060366211798

Use the link below to view / download a copy of the user manual for this product.


I would like a spare chain for my pruning saw. Which chain do I need?

The chain loop fitted to the pruner is an Oregon 40EX91PX. These can be purchased from your local MITOX stockist.

What fuel / oil mix ratio should I use in my MITOX 28PP pole pruner?

The recommended fuel / oil mixing ratio for MITOX engines is 40:1. If in doubt, refer to your user manual.

If something goes wrong with my pole pruner how do I fix it?

To keep any warranty valid, all repairs should be carried out by a MITOX approved service dealer. You can find your closest dealer here.

How do I mix the fuel to use in a 2-stroke pruning saw?

The most effective way to mix the fuel and oil mixture is by using a premium MITOX fuel mixing bottle. Simply pour 1 litre of fresh fuel through a filtered funnel into the mixing bottle and then add two-stroke engine oil up to the required ratio marked on the bottle, securely fasten the cap and shake to ensure it is fully mixed. 

Is the 28PP SELECT petrol pole pruner supplied with a harness?

Yes, a padded single strap harness will be included.

What fuel should I use in my pole pruner?

You should only use fresh unleaded petrol and semi-synthetic oil specially designed for two stroke engines. We advise using B3C Ethanol Shield 2-Stroke oil to prevent engine damage caused by Ethanol found in petrol. Click here to learn more about fuel related engine issues.

Are different attachments available to fit on my MITOX petrol pole pruner?

No, attachments are not available. If were looking for a machine suitable for many different garden maintenance tasks, you should consider a MITOX garden petrol multi tool.

Where can I get spare parts for my MITOX pruning saw?

Our nationwide network of MITOX service dealers have access to all MITOX spare parts. Find your local MITOX dealer here.

What is included with a 28PP SELECT petrol pole pruner?

You will receive the following, MITOX 25.64c engine unit, ADVANCED pruning attachment with Oregon saw chain, 1 metre extension shaft, Loop Handle, Basic Mixer Bottle, Single Shoulder Strap Harness, Assembly Tool Kit, Operators Manual.

What oil should I use in the pruner attachment to lubricate the chain?

A low viscosity chain oil or Mitox Chain oil should be used to fill the oil reservoir on the pruner. Be sure to check the oil level every time you refuel the engine.

I am finding that it is taking a long time and more effort to cut through branches. What could be causing this?

It is important that the saw chain is sharp for maximum performance and safe operation. If you find that more force is required and the sawdust has become powder like, the chain is likely to be blunt and needs sharpening or replacing.