Zag Zag Junior Mini Wheeled Nippers

Price $54.95
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Your Price: $49.95 USD
Item# 7107032
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  • Quick and simple - just place the glass in between the wheels and squeeze the handle
  • No glass artist should be without these nippers - use with glass strips, rods, and glass tiles!
  • Smaller, lighter design to prevent fatigue - even on big projects
  • Precision quality tool made in Germany


Product Description

Precision mini nippers require less strength per cut, preventing hand fatigue - you'll be amazed at the difference it makes. Slim profile handles and a unique design placing the cutting wheels between the pivot point and the handles allows for easier leverage. Cutting wheels almost touch when closed, making it possible to cut thin glass. A guard re-directs nipped pieces, keeping your tile and glass pieces neatly contained. Nippers measure 7" long. Imported from Germany.

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Pros : Worth every penny I paid for it! Sharp and easy on the hand when using it. The guard keeps chips from flying and directs them into container.
Cons : None yet
Other Thoughts : The directions are in German with no translation. I'd like to know how to change the wheels if they are available.
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