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Double-edged bud shears 8 inches with metal clasp (body/parts)

$61.00
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Onoyoshi's original bud shears.

Popular Bud shears. 8 inch size.

The cutting edge is lighter, making it easier to perform delicate work.
The blades of the bud-kiri scissors are sharpened into a chevron shape, making them more tapered and suitable for working in areas with lots of branches. The cutting edge performs precise work just like your own fingers. The grip part has a sanded finish, making it difficult to slip and easy to apply force.
The whole body is forged and has a firing finish, making it strong and durable, and each blade is hand-tipped for sharpness. It does not crush the cut stems of cut flowers and is beautiful, absorbs water well and lasts a long time. We can perform maintenance repairs such as re-sharpening and distortion removal work. *Includes one replacement pine needle spring. A set of springs and screws are sold separately as parts.

Uses: Can be used for picking and harvesting buds of fruit trees and gardening, and cutting twigs of bonsai.

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Recommended for those who want to do more delicate bud picking work. It is an excellent product that allows you to carefully cut pine buds one by one by changing the weight of the blade by just 10 grams. The blade surface has a beautiful mirror finish, and it is a product that touches the hearts of those who use it because of the sophisticated effort that can only be achieved by a craftsman. This product is only for cutting buds, so please do not use it for pruning branches, etc. Cuts up to 6mm.

Note: For raw wood, the blade has a small blade finish on the back to prevent chipping, making it difficult to cut rope cords (strings tied to posts, etc.).


kinds

Double-edged bud shears 8 inch metal clasp

size

Total length 200mm , width 51mm , blade length 58mm, blade thickness 4mm

weight

Approximately 180g

Material/Specifications

All steel, 6mm screws, spare pine needle spring included, boxed

Maker

Onoyoshi Hamono