Slimmer Trimmer Hand Shears, 7.5-inch Length

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Weight: 0.30 lbs

Ideal for precision cutting!

2.25-inch -1/4" top grade high carbon steel blades are heat-treated and Teflon-coated for friction-free, smooth, clean-cutting action. Has smooth spring action and shock-absorbing contour grips. Complete with comfortable coated handles and wrist strap. 7.5-inch overall length; weight of 0.35 lbs.


Overall length 7 1/2in., blade length of 1-3/4", high carbon steel blades, heat treated and Teflon coated, both blades have a sharp edge allowing for clean cuts each time. Weight .35lbs.

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Manufacturer supplies a limited warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.

Review Summary (Based on 15 Reviews)

5 Stars

These pruners rock! wrote

A friend introduced me to these pruners (hand shears) 15 years ago and I LOVE them! They are very sharp and last a very long time. I have a couple pair for myself and give them as gifts to my friends and family who are gardeners. I've never been disappointed by them.

5 Stars


I use these clippers for floral work. blades are sharp

5 Stars

Just about perfect wrote

I actually own two of these hand shears. I have small hands and except for the fact that I wish the grip was more textured, I find them just the right size and easy to handle. I also like the attached cord. I can hang them and they won't get lost among my other tools. I've used them a fair bit and they remain sharp. The blades are easy to clean.

5 Stars

Tried and true favorites wrote

I've been using slim trimmers for 20 years. Light weight, easy to hold, stay sharp, nice spring action

5 Stars

Small and powerful wrote

These small shears are very maneuverable when working in small spaces, such as in dense azaleas. They are very sharp, cut close to the main branch, and surprising powerful—capable of cutting relatively large branches. However, I found that my thumb was constantly accidentally closing the orange plastic lock (although my wife’s thumb did not do this) so, I removed the orange plastic lock by grinding off the end of the steel axle post that holds it on. Caution: Do not grind off the other end of the post. That will ruin the shears.

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