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Handy Snips, Sized for Precision Work and Small Hands
- Compact pruners make precise cuts
- Ergonomic design reduces hand fatigue
- Handy tool for trimming and harvesting
Our staff gardeners love these small pruners with ergonomic, non-slip grip and super-sharp, 1-1/2" long blades that make precision cuts without damaging nearby stems. Perfect for harvesting fruits, vegetables, herbs and flowers, as well as deadheading flowers and light pruning. Slide locking mechanism for safe storage. 4" L overall.
- Stainless steel blades; ergonomic handles
- 1-1/2" long blades
- 4" L overall
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Reviewed by 15 customers
- Gets in small spaces
- Anywhere space is limited
- Pots And Planters
Small yet strong enough to use for most all plants in pots. Ideal for areas of limited space.
- Great for small hands
- Used For Clipping Beans
- Very sharp
- Works For Crowded Vines
- Rubber Catch Sticks
They worked great for clipping crowded string beans.
Its about time manufacturers are making a product that will accommodate small hands. These shears are very well made, comfortable in my hand, and a bright, cheery color.
- Great Tool For Fishing
- Not Great On Braid Line
Great Tool for cutting Mono (fishing Line). I paid twice the price at a tackle store for the same tool
- Easy to Hold
- Easy to use
- Good size
- Lite weight
- Flower Cutting
- Getting Into Small Spaces
I love these little snips for tidyiung flowers and veggies. They are small, compact and light weight and they allow you to insert them well into the plant for cleanup or cutting.
- Bonsai trimming
- Deadhead spent blossoms
- Delicate pruning
Good weight. Been through a lot of pruners and trimmers..will see how long this lasts.
- easy to grip
- Good for veg harvesting
- Great for deadheading
- Tight spots
I love they fit a woman's hand and easy to use for vegetables, flower bed pruning. Small enough for your pocket. Easy to use and don't strain the hand and fingers.
- Fits small spaces
- Great for deadheading
- Could lose easily
- Deadheading petunias
- Great for small jobs
- Trimming hanging baskets
I do beautification in my town and find myself deadheading Petunias a lot. This tool is easily carried in my pocket so it doesn't disappear in the grass. It is so small, it could easily get lost or be forgotten.
PERFECT FOR GETTING THOSE HARD TO GET DEAD HEADS INBETWEEN THE BLOOMING ROSES
The spring on my first pair got caught and pulled out without my noticing. I wrote to the company and, within days, they sent me two new springs. These are the best clippers I have had.