ARS 300L, druivenschaar, 1230-00
|Je bespaart:||€2,95 (16%)|
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|Gewicht van item||115 Gram|
|Afmetingen van item (L x B x H)||20.3 x 5.1 x 2.5 centimeter|
|Snijbreedte||1 % gew|
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- Blad: ongelegeerd hardstaal Gewicht: 110 g Lengte: 19,0 cm
- Lange, puntige mes; bloemist/oogst/leesschaar (de multifunctionele schaar voor tuin en huishouden).
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : Nee
- Productafmetingen : 20.32 x 5.08 x 2.54 cm; 115 gram
- Datum eerste beschikbaarheid : 18 juli 2019
- Fabrikant : ARS
- ASIN : B0007LRPVY
- Modelnummer item : HP-300L
- Plaats in bestsellerlijst: #4,283 in Tuin, terras & gazon (Top 100 in bekijkenTuin, terras & gazon)
- #42 in Snoeischaren
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Please note that this tool is made especially for cutting small, soft stems. The needle nose blades are designed to reach into small spaces and cleanly and accurately snip bunches of grapes, small fuits and flowers. They are just as suitable for bonsai and soft stem pruning. What they are NOT designed for is use on thick woody stems, or as a general secateur. Other tools with chunky blades exist for that purpose. Using these in such a clumsy and inappropriate manner risks twisting and breaking the specially hardened (and therefore slightly brittle) carbon steel blades - very likely the origin of the two star review from the customer who broke their pair. Treat them as intended though, and without abuse, and they should last a lifetime.
I have large hands, and find these shears easy and comfortable to use. The carbon steel will naturally discolour and take on a patina on contact with sap, but that's not a negative. I recommend wiping them with Camelia oil after use, in the traditional Japanese manner for rust prevention of your precious tools. Hardened carbon steel will take a sharper and longer lasting edge than stainless steel, which is why many professionals prefer it. A stainless version is available if you prefer looks to function.
The sharpness is welcoming and I don't envisage them blunting anytime soon. The spring action is light but sturdy and the action is smooth but easy to snip. The plastic band is attached well and tight.
The weight of these are 117g, with roughly 45mm of cutting edge down to where it overlaps. Overall length is 190mm as described.
After using so many different variations of pruning snips over the years, I have to admit these are the best yet for the reasons listed about and a very competitive price (<£10) compared to the more expensive brands (which I have also used and lost over the years).
I would not hesitate to buy another pair of these if in the event I misplaced them. Fantastic product overall.
Overall a superb set of pruning snips that
These are very good snips, the blades are quality steel and unlike the Bahco version do not "give" or start to spread on tougher jobs, very sharp and I would expect with the reputation of this company that the blades hold their sharpness some time before sharpening is necessary, one thing for me I would have preferred longer handles as I have large hands.