It is enough for the shift wire (1.2 mm) cut. Thanks to Nippa it is hard to break what you can not cut. However, when attempting to process thin materials (washers) etc., the crimping accuracy of the metal fittings is bad and the cutting edge moves to a position like scissors. In other words, because we are staggering sideways, we have to prepare for things that can not be cut depending on things. Sometimes the twisted wire can not be spat out. Although I can appreciate it as being so thankful not to fly, it is subtle. Because price is good for coloring, performance is "dimension like this" can also be allowed. Also, it is really light. I picked it up as a dual double-eyed cut with iron, and I thought "What?" That point is very good. It is an advantage to be praised.