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  • twin blades

    I was just at a show where vender offer a scissor that was a twin blade. A scissors and thinners together. Can anyone give me any feed back on those. I don't know if I should purchase them or not.

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    I like mine. I use them alot on terrier furnishings. They give a more natural look than straight scissors, and faster than using just thinners to shoten.
    Old groomers never die, they just go at a slower clip.

    Groom on!!!

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    • #3
      Twin-Thins

      have been around for many years. I love mine. You just have to be careful when switching sides of the dog, that you flip the shears so that the "blending" side is toward the dog. other wize you will have an OOPS...

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      • #4
        Too heavy

        I found they're too heavy and would quickly cause fatigue in the hand and wrist. I like my Roseline double sided thinning shars. They're pretty fast to use, leave no lines and leave a nice natural finished look.

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