Okatsune Rounded Tip Hand Shears, 7.75-inch Length

  • 4 Stars
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# OK306
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Weight: 0.30 lbs

Precise yet no-crush trimming from long-lasting tough Japanese steel!

Great for harvesting, floral, and propagation! Blades are made from hot hammer-forged Izumo Yasuki Steel for maximum sharpness and cutting power. Long-lasting with a blade thickness specifically designed for the task at hand. Rounded tip thinning shears deliver delicate, no-crush floral and thinning work. Rounded cutting blade is 1.875 inches, slightly stiffer than the OK304. 7.75-inch overall length; weight of 4.8 oz.

Specs

About 7 3/4" overall, Izumo Yasuki steel, blade length about 1 7/8", round tip. Slightly stiffer than the OK304.

Product Safety

Prop 65

Warranty

A.M. Leonard's down to earth guarantee. This product is covered under A.M. Leonard's full one year warranty against manufacturer defects for product when used under normal conditions.

Review Summary (Based on 3 Reviews)

4 Stars

Great Inexpensive pruner wrote

The pruner is light weight, easy to carry in your pocket (no sharp points), and stays sharp for a long time! I only wish it had replacement blades but with a price like this, I'm not going to get upset about it.

5 Stars

Love these as my everyday go to shears. wrote

This is my second pair. I absolutely love these. The rounded tip is super safe...I stick them in my pocket and never have to worry about them. I use them for all my deadheading, light pruning chores. I am a weekend home gardener so I am not using them heavily every day. I am also a woman and they fit my hands perfectly.

3 Stars

Spring fall out... wrote

I am a florist and purchased 3 pair of these. The blunt tip is nice so no one pokes themselves, the blades are sharp and stay sharp. The drawback is the spring in the middle isn't secure, comes out and is nearly impossible to put back in the holes. Be careful too, not to get your fingers pinched at the pivot point.

A.M. Leonard replies: Our product manager will closely examine this and we'll post feedback here.

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