Professional Zag Zag Glass Nipper

Price $109.95
Your Savings: - $10.00
Your Price: $99.95 USD
Item# 710701
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Product Features

  • Imported from Germany premium quality glass tool
  • Nip away small pieces for precision cut mosaic-ready glass
  • Long lasting wheels remain sharp and strong through many projects
  • Attached bag catches your pieces for quick clean up


Product Description

Engineered for High Performance
If you demand more from your tools, this German-made Bohle tool is for you! The Bohle name is synonymous with quality in the art world. Experience the ease and convenience of working with precision glass nippers. Precisely nip away small pieces of glass, much like cutting with scissors, to achieve the perfect shape. The attached bag conveniently catches your pieces for maximum nipping speed.

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3 out of 5 stars
  •   Not worth the $$$$
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Pros : These sit well in my hand.
Cons : The replacement wheels are $50 for a pair, and I cannot determine any significant difference in the function of these vs. less expensive nippers. There is nothing WRONG with these, just basically not worth the money for moderately heavy studio use.
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5 out of 5 stars
  •   Easy to use
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Pros : I have arthritis in my hands and these nippers are easier to use than my old pair.
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  •   real cool
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