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Old 04-09-2019, 01:39 PM #11
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Chikamasa...once I got used to them fiskars became obsolete. They’re faster, more precise and best of all no hand fatigue
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Fiskars micro sheers are hands down my favorite.


They're spring loaded to save fatigue on your paws and they're the best, IME, at getting deep within the nugs if needed/desired.
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Just noticed my typo in the thread title lol. But yeah, I think the Fiskars won some sort of award for being the best pruner for people with arthritis or something like that. I used regular scissors before and man was that a pain, literally. The Fiskars are very comfortable and easy on the hands. The cap they come with is also a nice touch.

To clean mine I soak the blades in rubbing alcohol and wipe them off with a paper towel or old rag. I know it's a waste of hash, but I could care less when there is a large pile of buds in front of me.
im same soak and wipe stop scraping them awhile ago found it damages the blade. i do go pop a spring here n there they are cheap tho
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Old 04-09-2019, 06:33 PM #14
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Just noticed my typo in the thread title lol. But yeah, I think the Fiskars won some sort of award for being the best pruner for people with arthritis or something like that. I used regular scissors before and man was that a pain, literally. The Fiskars are very comfortable and easy on the hands. The cap they come with is also a nice touch.

To clean mine I soak the blades in rubbing alcohol and wipe them off with a paper towel or old rag. I know it's a waste of hash, but I could care less when there is a large pile of buds in front of me.
Soak in cooking oil instead . you will never go back to the alchol . just remember to wipe excess oil off .
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im same soak and wipe stop scraping them awhile ago found it damages the blade. i do go pop a spring here n there they are cheap tho
Fiskar will send you free springs if you ask for them. I emailed them expecting to buy, told them three out of eight broke, they sent eight free springs. Was a couple months ago.
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Count me in for Chikamasa b-500something. I don't have the curved blades, I'm not sure what the model is I'll see if I can find the packaging. Make sure you get the ones with the fluorine coating. Makes cleaning them a breeze, just dip into iso every 20 minutes or so and wipe clean. When I was using normal sewing scissors to trim they were getting gummed up so fast.
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fiskars micros, and fuck those one with that gold "titanium" on them that shit scrapes off and gets in the trim hash
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Count me in for Chikamasa b-500srf. Make sure you get the ones with the fluorine coating. Makes cleaning them a breeze, just dip into iso every 20 minutes or so and wipe clean. When I was using normal sewing scissors to trim they were getting gummed up so fast.
wonder how they work. im always down to try something new tried alot of them. i got a graveyard cup full of scissors that sucked ass.i cant throw them out. some of them look cool though.
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To clean mine I soak the blades in rubbing alcohol and wipe them off with a paper towel or old rag. I know it's a waste of hash, but I could care less when there is a large pile of buds in front of me.
Fiskars for sure.

I use two pair, one soaking in a big shot glass with everclear while I clip clip clip with the other pair. After a bunch of trimming I take the everclear and add it to a batch of coconut canna oil I'm making in the crockpot. IME, it works best when there is plenty of weed, water and oil in the crock.
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wonder how they work. im always down to try something new tried alot of them. i got a graveyard cup full of scissors that sucked ass.i cant throw them out. some of them look cool though.
Pretty sure I got mine at the local grow store for 25$ or so. Really worth it. Anything with the fluorine coating is gonna kick ass though.
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