GH-CN-120-S Craft Grip Series, Tapered Nipper

Quick Overview

  • For cutting lead wires and etched parts 
  • A series suitable for craft projects 
  • Durable sandwich construction 
  • Adopts an elastomeric grip that is easy to grip and apply force 
  • Material: Special alloy steel (body), TPR (rubber grip)

 

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Additional Information
  • Model: God Hand 4562349877089
  • Shipping Weight: 0.1kg
  • Manufactured by: God Hand
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Description

  • For cutting lead wires and etched parts 
  • A series suitable for craft projects 
  • Durable sandwich construction 
  • Adopts an elastomeric grip that is easy to grip and apply force 
  • Material: Special alloy steel (body), TPR (rubber grip)

 

Feature 1: Easy grip 
The grip is designed to contour to the palm of your hand. The thickness makes it hard to hurt your hands even after long time use; the exquisite curve gives you a stable grip. 

Feature 2: Sandwich construction that prevents rattling 
Features a 3-ply sandwich construction It is less likely to generate twisting force during cutting, so it is less prone to rattling. 

Feature 3: Uses heavy duty springs. 
Easy to use and durable leaf spring Along with moderate elasticity, it also serves as a stopper to prevent the grip from being overspreaded. 

Feature 4: Tapered blade convenient for cutting in narrow spaces. 
The thin tip of the blade makes it easy to insert the blade into the desired cutting point even in narrow spaces. 
In addition, the 10° slender blade tilts easily for detailed work with the tip. 

Feature 5: Round blade with small contact surface. 
The round blade (the surface of the blade is curved), so the contact surface of the push cut is pinpointed. It is also useful when you don't want to scratch the surrounding surface, or to cut off unnecessary parts of the tie. 

Feature 6: Difference in the cutting ability between the tip and the root. 
Do not cut thick objects at the tip as the tapered blade will break easily, as it will come to the tip. 
Use the tip for delicate work and the root for cutting thick lines. 
Please do not cut any hard materials, such as stainless steel or piano wire.