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Palm-sized snips make quick work of harvesting herbs and greens or snipping a bouquet's worth of flowers. Designed for trimming bonsai, these super-sharp snips are also handy for pruning houseplants and deadheading flowers.
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Honestly not impressed
from St. Petersburg, FL
Comments about : Mini Herb Snips:
I bought this because I liked the idea of a small herb snip that fits in the hand. While this is sturdy, the design is poor. It's extremely stiff, making it hard to compress and cut even leafy Herbs. When you do get it to compress, it inevitably pitches the skin on the inside of the palm, making herb collection a painful experience.Definitely do not recommend.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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Bad quality broke
from San Diego, CA
I should have listened to the other reviewers I thought they were exaggerated but unfortunately they were not. I could barley cut parsley with these things and they soon broke after. Do not waste your time and money I am calling to return my broken ones today. If you need snips I would buy larger ones that can actually cut something.
Snips work well..
By J & J
from Hadley, New York
I love using these in the garden to get my herbs for cooking...
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
nice compact size but awfully sharp
By mary the gardener
from south carolina
could have better protection around the point
Loved by my children as they received them for Christmas. We all use fresh herbs and these little snips make getting them so easy!
Works for herbs and tends plants
By Just Jack
from West Chester, Pa
It is very good for minor trimming but not medium material.
very helpful tool
Love this little tool, very efficient for gardens and balconies
good small size
from old chatham, ny
easy to store
Great for herbs
from Bartlett, IL
Love these little snips. I keep one in a kitchen drawer for indoor plants and one in the potting bench. Just what you need for a tiny snip,
good for the price
from South Carolina
I will probably use it as much for deadheading small flowers as I will for snipping herbs.
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