Quickly cut stems
Florists and gardeners will love using these pocket-sized snippers designed to fit perfectly in the hand.
Ideally shaped for right or left hand use, the snippers make cutting small stems easy due to their lightweight and ergonomic design.
The sharp blades are stainless steel and the handle features a rubber overlay for an easy grip. The locking catch will secure the snippers when not in use.
Comfortable and effective, use the Handy Snippers for cutting herbs, fruits, vegetables, bonsai, flowers and small plants around the garden.
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Good product when intact. However having received a pair as a gift the spring flew off after a couple of months. The company promptly replaced the cutters but sadly the same thing happened again after a couple of months. Clearly there is a design problem.
Hi Richard, thank you for taking the time to leave us a review. This is not actually a well-known problem therefore this is really unusual. We have informed our product team about this issue and will make sure this is looked into. In the meantime, we are more than happy to offer you a replacement or a different product if preferred. Please contact our customer care team to organise. Kind regards, The Hoselink Team
I initially purchased a pair for myself and was so impressed with them that I bought extras for friends. A great gift for a gardener and so easy and comfortable to use. They are just the right size for my hand and not heavy but that does not interfere with the functionality. Absolutely recommended.
Easy to use, compact
I found them Very good doing my roses
Great snippers, work fabulous for cut flowers. Excellent quality.
Very comfortable to use.
My wife loves it. It has seen constant use by her to pick flowers out of the garden.
It has been great and easy to use
the best snippers I have ever used . This second purchase was a gift .
I love these...they fit my hand, the safety catch works everytime, only thing watch the spring/coil as on my last pair it sprung into the garden to be forever lost. Other wise I had my first pair for two years, just the spring disappeared. I like the new green colour. :)