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Implementation of electronic components. Cutting of thin wires.
On 2018-10-18 14:35:15
It's not too small, user-friendly. However, the stopper pin and the spring tend to drop off.
Installation of vehicle equipment (navigation, ETC, drive recorder, etc.)
On 2018-06-12 18:40:30
I do not need force, the wiring runs out, and I remove the clothing. Also, a nipper enters in a narrow space of the vehicle.
Trimming of board insertion parts
On 2018-03-14 13:21:24
When cutting about 30 pieces, the cutting edge spilled. I want a little more durability. Size and usability are very good.
Disconnected tie wrap disconnected
On 2017-06-05 09:39:27
I used ordinary nippers until now, but it was hard to work on large and fine parts. It also fits into a small area with a size that fits in the palm, and it is easy to use because the cutting edge firmly enters firmly closing to close with little gaps. It seems that the blade is also firm and can be loved for a long time.
On 2017-03-23 15:23:19
Although it is more blurred than what I expected, the sharpness is sharp, it is very easy to handle.
For cutting of fine brass, nickel silver, phosphor bronze wire at the time of modeling the railroad model
On 2016-02-22 09:26:54
I think that it is a problem of how to use, but if the stainless flux adheres to the blade even a little, the sharpness drops drastically. If corrosion resistance is a bit stronger ... It will probably be a regular tool.
Used as a thin line of wiring work
On 2015-10-03 09:09:53
Because there are many kinds of sizes, it is good to choose according to the purpose. It is a work using thin lines, but grip is soft and easy to grasp, it will not get tired as it adapts to the palm. I am happy to just cut it gently when cutting. I keep on using it for a long time with the best nippers.
Electronic device assembly
On 2014-08-08 14:27:12
Grip is moist and hard to slip Good
Cutting of lead etc. of electronic parts
On 2011-09-07 00:18:40
I bought N - 32 about 25 years ago and used it considerably, but recently, when I lent it to a person I had my cutting edge crushed and bought the same thing crying. Unfortunately, the shape of the cutting edge has changed and the tip has been cut off and not sharp, so it can no longer be used for cutting pin headers. However, I think that sharpness and durability are outstanding even though I think from the old product. The grip is firm and without feeling out, feel is also good. It seems to be used for decades if used properly.