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KIK: 1074

Kikuwa Bonsai Scissors, 200mm

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These economical bonsai scissors are an indispensable tool in any bonsai artists toolbox.

Bonsai scissors are used for all many of tasks and you may have several different sizes as your collection of trees grow. They are indispensable for cutting twigs, thinner branches (for thicker branches a branch cutter is needed) and even leaves when you defoliate a tree.

These all round bonsai scissors are part of the Japanese made Kikuwa range of bonsai tools. Each tool is packaged in a plastic pouch.

These scissors are made in Japan, from Black Carbon Steel and are 200mm in length

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    Johannes K.

    Top quality Japanese scissors

    This is a must for all Bonsai enthusiasts as the trimming scissors is ultra sharp and gives the cleanest cut you could imagine. Works really well in hard to reach places is made from top quality material and fits comfortably in your hand. If there is one tool that is a must for your collection it is definitely this trimming scissors. I can highly recommend the purchase of this well crafted scissors.


    Awesome Japanese tool

    This is also another great addition to my bonsai tools. It is well balanced in weight and its length makes it easy to reach inside the canopy. It's sharpness and needle like tips make precision work more feasible. The bend along the inside of the two handles creates a cavity when the scissor is closed which spares the branches and leaves inadvertent damage during trimming. Very essential tool and highly recommended.


    New Trimming Scissors

    I damaged my old Chinese scissors, so I decided it was time to get "Real" scissors. And what a pleasure!!! These scissors are sharp, and give very clean cuts. I love the way they shaped the tip for getting into those tight spots. I now understand why every one says that Japanese tools are the best. Thanx PS Delivery was real quick