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Amazon has as an Add-on Item: Fiskars 5" Titanium Micro-Tip Easy Action Scissors (190520-1001) for $7.03. Shipping is free w/ qualifying purchase of $25 or more (items shipped/sold by Amazon). Thanks Corwin
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  • Fiskars 5 " Titanium Micro-Tip Easy Action Scissors [amazon.com] $7.03
    • Features
      • Ideal for cutting tight patterns and intricate details on a wide range of fabrics, cutting at awkward angles or in tight spaces or making quick thread snips
      • Awarded the Arthritis Foundation Ease-of-Use Commendation for a design that is easy-to-use for people with arthritis or limited hand strength
      • Spring-action design gently opens blades after each cut to reduce hand strain
      • Titanium blade coating is three times harder than steel and resists wear, scratches and corrosion
      • Lifetime warranty.
      • Symmetric Softgrip handle offers added comfort and accommodates right- and left-handed users
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Someone is going to ask and someone is going to make a bad joke, so I'll answer preemptively: yes, these are good for trimming your p07 plants.

I can attest to the assertion that they're good for arthritic hands, too - they're sharp and easy to handle, which is why I like 'em for all sorts of stuff. And Fiskars is a consistently good go-to brand for scissors, in case you didn't know.
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Someone is going to ask and someone is going to make a bad joke, so I'll answer preemptively: yes, these are good for trimming your p07 plants.

I can attest to the assertion that they're good for arthritic hands, too - they're sharp and easy to handle, which is why I like 'em for all sorts of stuff. And Fiskars is a consistently good go-to brand for scissors, in case you didn't know.
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Can this be used on dog hair?
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Can this be used on dog hair?
Yes, in that the blades are extremely hard, but the points are also extremely sharp like pin needles. It's easy to prick yourself or your pets
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Yes, in that the blades are extremely hard, but the points are also extremely sharp like pin needles. It's easy to prick yourself or your pets
Can anybody compare these to the Clauss ones that are on sale all the time?
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Someone is going to ask and someone is going to make a bad joke, so I'll answer preemptively: yes, these are good for trimming your p07 plants.

I can attest to the assertion that they're good for arthritic hands, too - they're sharp and easy to handle, which is why I like 'em for all sorts of stuff. And Fiskars is a consistently good go-to brand for scissors, in case you didn't know.
I can second their wonderful ability to trim dried medicinal herbs.
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Did amazon kill ordering add-on items via Alexa? Now it asks if it should be added to my cart instead of "Do you want to buy it?"
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Just chatted with Walmart to get the price match on my order. https://www.walmart.com/ip/Fiskar...s/50323296
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Just chatted with Walmart to get the price match on my order. https://www.walmart.com/ip/Fiskar...s/50323296

Looks like they matched it with this listing instead : https://www.walmart.com/ip/Fiskar...5/45631809
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Looks like they matched it with this listing instead : https://www.walmart.com/ip/Fiskar...5/45631809
The matched one doesn't have Titanium coating.
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The Fiskars micro tip scissors with the black non stick coating work much better for me for my special plants. YMMV.
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How is a scissor an add-on item but a lightweight ruler is prime?

https://www.amazon.com/Alvin-R590...ords=ruler
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I can second their wonderful ability to trim dried medicinal herbs.
Their abilities seem to vary by location. Here they're mainly good for floral and fabric work, while people in some states have reported that they're excellent for trimming recreational herbs.
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Someone is going to ask and someone is going to make a bad joke, so I'll answer preemptively: yes, these are good for trimming your p07 plants.

I can attest to the assertion that they're good for arthritic hands, too - they're sharp and easy to handle, which is why I like 'em for all sorts of stuff. And Fiskars is a consistently good go-to brand for scissors, in case you didn't know.
Can confirm. Bought these for Croptober last fall, they worked great!
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