Two-In-One Shears

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Item# 5087
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  • Special triple blade shears are designed for stained glass use - copper foil and lead method
  • Twist screw to change blade in seconds - no tool required
  • Extra hard stainless steel blades
  • Patented blade "over-ride" insures that cuts can be made to the tip without paper getting caught in the blades

Product Description

Pattern shears have three blades. They cut out a thin strip of paper between pattern pieces equal to the foil or lead added to your project. Since lead and foil are different thicknesses, two sets of pattern scissors were needed until now. These 2-in-1 shears are the only ones you'll ever need. With a twist of a screw, change lead and foil blades in just seconds.

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Pros : Versatility
Cons : Left a rough edge on the patterns I cut and you could not cut corners at all, not even gradual ones. Will be returning these.
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Pros : For those of us with very little space to work in, items like this are a great buy. Not to mention that they are less costly than getting 2 sets of shears.
Cons : Since these don't come in a case, it's a good idea to pick up a case or organizer so your other shear half doesn't wander off.
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