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Narrow, super-sharp blades are designed for precision bonsai pruning, but work just as well to harvest herbs, trim cut flower stems and deadhead garden blooms. Professional-grade, high-carbon steel snips are lightweight, with a traditional Ashinaga butterfly grip. Ideal for the precision cuts needed for Ikebana flower arranging. The soft, bow-shaped grip is suitable for both right- and left-handed gardeners.
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Comments about : Bonsai Snips:
Love these snippets, not bulky
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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I love this product
from Huntsville, Al.
I had a pair of these and used them for about 15 years then lost them.I never realized how handy they were to cut flowers or snip leaves on herbs with until they were gone.So glad to get them.
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My cat, Gracie, and myself
Tool is excellent for pruning
from Hartford, CT
Fits well in your hand to manipulate and snip small plants.
Snips cut almost anything
I had a pair of these for years that I inherited from my father. I cut up to 1" branches with them easily. I had to buy another pair as I accidentally recycled them. I also use them to trim all my bushes. So much more control with these.
from appleton WI
These were to replace the small, pink handled scissors available through GS in the past. Replace because they last forever..except not these. Very disappointed in quality.
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One very tough product
from Elizabeth, NJ
I use these scissors for all household chores, such as cutting open packages, cutting twine, cutting open hard plastic packaging, etc. Also garden work. These scissors last a long time. Ordered some years ago and only had to order now because I lost them. They may be called bonsai scissors but they can be used to cut a lot of other things.
By Dallas gal
I use the scissors on my African violets and other house plants
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