Extremely fine points that match up well, stainless steel good quality that won't fail under normal use. Very long thin tips will allow you into tight spaces or probe deeply. If anything the tips are too fine to use as medical tweezers unless you are trying to probe a very deep splinter. Not really suitable ... Read more
Frist of all, the price, its a good price for something very helpfull. You dont need to waste 20 USD for smth similar.
These tweezers are for very tiny objetcs like small components. As a pro, can be a con too. These tweezers are made for very light weigh objets, they are very thin so i repeat, cant ... Read more
Really good build quality. You can see in photos i uploaded that imperfection is lees than diameter of my hair (blond European, so not very large in diameter). Seems good alloy, anti-magnetic as it says, in good hand's can become extremely worthy. You can really use it professionaly as it comes. None ... Read more
Very high quality, fully comparable to my expensive Bernstein tweezes (+$30) that I use professionally. These WeiTus tweezers are apparently produced by Regine in Switzerland that are known for making high quality precision tools. The tweezers are also made of a non-magnetic stainless steel so it won’... Read more
Really good forceps - Watchmaker's No 4 profile - and scarily identical to the "genuine" Swiss ones I have bought (for $25!) in the past . . . . The important features of grind quality and tip profile are all there - these are REALLY well made - and they appear to be 316 Stainless too. Definitely non-... Read more
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