Garden Trimming Scissors
In gardening work, pruning can not only remove the diseased and insect branches of flowers and trees, dead branches and stacked branches to ensure the balanced growth of backbone branches, but also control the environment in which flowers and trees grow, improve light conditions, and promote flowering and branch differentiation.
Gardening shears scissors are also called pruning shears. They are used to harvest herbs, trim branches and even trim cannabis leaves. Most of them are designed in a circular arc shape. On the one hand, in order to reduce the friction between the scissors and the plant, the branches and leaves can be trimmed more accurately. On the other hand, the arc-shaped design has been confirmed by the experience of some trimming experts that it is not easy to cause “wrong trimming”. The stainless steel material makes the scissors have a longer service life and is easier to maintain.
|stainless garden trimming scissors pruner
|Green&black, Orange&black, Blue&black, or customized
|100pcs/ctn, Carton size: 32x26x37.5CM
Ergonomic design: These micro tip snips are built spring-loaded so that they automatically push themselves open without having to do the work which greatly reduces hand strain making these snips great for those with arthritis, carpal tunnel, hand or wrist issues. Comfort Grip handles will make it easy to work for long time without feeling tired
Sharp Blades: These quality snips come with stainless steel precision-sharpened blades and are ready to tackle all of your deadheading, trimming, and shaping needs for your roses, annuals, vegetable, bonsai and small flower gardens. Straight and curved blade for selection.
Locking mechanism(safety): It has a built-in locking mechanism that keeps your blades protected and closed when not in use. The design of these pruning snips are perfect to use whether you are right or left handed with ease
Cut precisely: With these micro tip snips, you can easily get between plants to “clip and snip” only the area or part that you want to cut with one-hand and without damaging the other vital stems and branches of your other plants.