Barry, that's an interesting use, I would love to give this a try when I need it to crack some walnuts open...
Mrs. P and I have an older Cocker Spaniel
I really appreciate the larger size of the 74mm scissors. ( reminds me that I wish Vic would bring back the 84mm scissors.... )
It is funny you say that, because I don’t notice much difference between 74 and 58mm scissors in use. It does seem a little easier gripping due to bigger handle but in actual cutting I don’t notice much difference.
Day 15Executive for me too today. Although I think this sandwich might be a bet out of its weight class…
Day 15. Received an unexpected parcel from an old friend I'd lost touch with. Executive helped open the package.
My kind of parcel my friend!! For Day 15, I swapped out for the mighty Minichamp. For illustrative purposes, I wanted to show the different ways that the cuticle pusher would come in handy. One way is as a fine straight edge screwdriver.
It works well for pulling, but I haven't tried it on walnuts. I don't think it would be large enough. A 110 on the other hand...
Day 14Package opening.Inside was a 2019 Limited Edition Gingerbread Love Classic SD.Mrs. P and I have an older Cocker Spaniel and his favorite toy is a stuffed gingerbread man so I couldn't resist when I saw this one on eBay.
28S as requested. I have been looking for a 10C but eBay examples pretty tatty. Just a matter of time.
I bet I could even whack open the walnuts without even opening the blade from a 110... I might be wrong, but you could very well be the first MTOer getting a Classic for the dog, very cool! Same here, and I do think the larger scissor size on 91mm encourage more use in my case. Since a smaller scissors cut slower, I seem to use it less often than when I am with a 91mm scissors.Love the Timekeeper scale on the champ, lovely!