7.5 that's a little shorter "curved scissor with a safety ball tip that is long. when the 8.5 became common "is very long or if you mostly groom tiny dogs. The traditional curved angle follows the natural curves of the dog's body and provides a more contoured finish for rounded heads. For initial block work or when you want one scissor to serve multiple purposes without spending money on a finishing scissor, this level 1 scissor is a popular choice. dependable, workhorse scissors. Particularly popular with novices and aspiring groomers, as well as with home users tired of their inexpensive "pet scissors" becoming blunt and ready to upgrade to professional scissors.
Longer than the conventional safety tip scissor, they are a good all-purpose choice for delicate bodywork while yet providing additional protection from the blunt safety tip for wriggly puppies or inexperienced users. curving, fixed finger rest. symmetrical, curved handle with replaceable finger inserts and pink glitter. Adjustable screw tension. Good user feedback, a decent weight, and a nice balance. To prevent slips or sliding, fine micro-serration holds the hair in place.
Features & Benefits:
- Handcrafted in the US from high–quality Japanese 440c Stainless steel
- Ice tempered for exceptional sharpness and durability
- Ergonomic non–offset handles and fixed finger rest help prevent hand and wrist fatigue
- Made from high-quality stainless steel alloy and honed for razor sharpness
- Handles & finger rests are contoured for added comfort
- Rockwell hardness rating of 57
- Curved shears are ideal for fine-tuning/shaping
- Provides smooth cutting and lasting sharpness
- Ideal for all coat types
- Ball-bearing Adjuster
- Size: 7.5”
- Type: Curved Scissor
How to care:
- Separate storage: When not in use, keep your scissors in their protective cases, such as a scissor case or holder. Never group or touch scissors when storing them; each should have its own compartment. Blades and tips need to be properly shielded from harm.
- Avoid drops: It's recommended to have your scissors checked by an expert if you drop them. If you keep using them without checking, even little harm can become considerably worse. A drop could indicate that you require servicing and sharpening. Never sharpen cutting-edge scissors at home. Ask other groomers for advice or look for a skilled sharpener. Careful handling: Take care when putting scissors down. The tips can damage easily.
- Oil and dry: Use scissor oil to keep your scissors clean and lightly oiled. After cleaning and before storing, always oil. Keep them in a dry place. Even warm air's humidity can harm them, causing them to corrode, discolour, or pit.
- Cutting clean hair is preferable to cutting filthy hair. Depending on how dirty the coat is, dust, sand, or grime can swiftly blunt scissors — think of it as cutting sandpaper — sometimes in as little as 30 to 60 minutes. Always wash, totally dry, and brush or comb the coat before cutting, or if you want a tough pair that can handle cutting a coat before washing, look into a Level 1 workhorse pair of scissors.
- Sharing is caring, but not when it comes to scissors, so don't do it! It's common to regret sharing. Someone else's slight modification of how you hold and use your scissors can quickly reduce their lifespan and give you the impression that they will no longer cut in the same manner.