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    Quote Originally Posted by SpikeC View Post
    Maybe a group buy with rehandling by Dave?
    There's nothing to rehandle, they're fully stainless all the way through. lol
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    Where there's a will there's a way!
    Grind the handles down to a couple of mm thick and attatch scales!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpikeC View Post
    Where there's a will there's a way!
    Grind the handles down to a couple of mm thick and attatch scales!
    Not wa handles?

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    Dave don't do Wa.
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    Dum didy do..........
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    I guess I will order a pair of the Tojiro shears then. And start browsing Burl Source for some exhibition grade Ironwood in case Dave decides to cooperate.

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    Joyce Chen Scissors

    I personally like Joyce Chen scissors. Yeah they don't come appart but they are the perfect size for snipping microgreens and have the durability to cut through lobster and dungenous crab shell. They also come with lifetime warranties and the turn around is typically 2 weeks through the manufacturer. Best part is they fit perfectly in my back pocket for easy access.

    Messermeister just came out with their own version recently that I might try too. $7 each and lifetime warranties.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcsiii View Post
    I personally like Joyce Chen scissors.
    These look nice, but I want something I can take apart to clean/sharpen. I do like the size/handle shape though...

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    A lot of jewelers use the Chen scissors for solder snips. That implies a bit of durability and sharpness.
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