Mosaic Tile Nippers

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Product Features

  • Quickly nips tile into geometric shapes
  • Heavy duty construction for lasting use
  • Tugsten carbide nippers stay sharp


Product Description

Use Mosaic Tile Nippers to nip ceramic and glass tiles into geometric shapes. Heavy duty construction also allows you to cut through tough floor tiles, expanding your mosaic material options. Tungsten carbide nippers stay sharp. 

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Product Details

  • Package Dimensions: 3.75 in W x 11.25 in L x 0.75 in D
  • Weight: 14.08 ounces
  • UPC: 79436600492-4

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Cons : I'm a professional mosaic artist, and these are the worst nippers I've ever used. I bought them for my students, and every person has returned them. The angle on the nippers is wrong, and they are not sharp. They also come covered with a very heavy plastic film that must be scraped off for the nippers to work at all.
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