How are you getting on with the scissors ? I'm still trying to make my mind up . I've found that when using them the material get pushed out , either the material is being pushed forward or the scissors are trying to go backwards . Plastic cable ties are a no no but it handles bandages and first aid dressings with ease I've also noticed that while the scissors and grind look sharp if you open them too wide and place the material too far in near the pivot they become far less effective . They cut far better near the tip which in my opinion make them behave like a far smaller pair .
The scissors on my Wingman are terrible, causing me to issue a thumbs down for the whole tool. The thumb pad is ridiculous, and the lock on mine disengages under usage causing the scissors to fail.
I really like the size of the Wingman's scissors , the way they lock up reminds me of my Surge's scissors. Yep the thumb pad is terrible & mine almost seem to not be sharp enough . I think LM needs to fine tune them a bit more. I like the size of them much more than the Wave/Charge scissors but they need a bit more work I reckon
So would you all agree to sum it up the Wingmans Scissors while not great are acceptable ? Thats my opinion . I'm happy to use them and I've seen alot worse .Dunc
As you deploy the scissors open the jaws at the same time . The line lock wont engage if the jaws are closed .
First time I use the scissors to trim my nails. The scissors flex along the length to the right at the tip which causes the spring to slip. Anyone else seeing it?Martin
I didn't describe the problem well. How about a pic? First time I use the scissors to trim my nails. The scissors flex along the length to the right at the tip which causes the spring to slip.Anyone else seeing it?Martin