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MizutanI Black Smith Twig Cobalt Professional Hair Cutting Scissor

Mizutani n Twig hair cutting scissor  aka "Twiggy" was designed after taking over 300 molds of female thumbs and ring finger positions in an effort to obtain the perfect fit of the female hand. The twig is the result of working with female stylists from salons all over the world. This design has made improvements in the wide of the handles, and the manner in which they withdraw from the hair. The Twig was born, a shear with excellent balance and flexibility. The Twig's narrow point make it ideal not only for blunt cutting but also for point cutting. It has a slender body so you can hold it with ease in your hand or you may flip to hold with your pinky. The blade is called "cats-eye blade" and the tip can be pointy like a needle.  The Twig will allow for very accurate detailed cutting wet or Dry. Designed with Cobalt Alloy Steel. A light weight shear.

Edge: Convex
Made In: Japan
Material: Cobalt Steel
Size(s): 5.0;5.5;6.0
Vendor: Mizutani

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Black-Smith Twig 5.0 inch Black ( $700.00 )
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Black-Smith Twig 5.5 inch Black ( $700.00 )
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Black-Smith Twig 6.0 inch Black ( $700.00 )
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Black-Smith Twig 5.0 inch Silver ( $650.00 )
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Black-Smith Twig 5.5 inch Silver ( $650.00 )
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Special Sale Price Twig 6.0 inch Silver ( $450.00 )
Base Price: 650.00
Selected Options: $0.00
Total:  $650.00

Vendor:  Mizutani Scissors
Origin :   Made In Japan
Material: Cobalt Alloy
Bade:     Convex Edge
Finish:    Silver  & Titanium Black


 

FAQ's

Which shears are best for me?

Which steel sheer quality is better, those made in Japan, Korea, or Germany?

Japan has the highest standards for workmanship and quality with steels in hair cutting shears.

Many shears made in Korea which can save some costs on labor, and still maintain good quality.

Use steels from Japan. Look for Japanese Steel.

What metals are used in my scissor?

YIron, Carbon, Nickel, and various other alloys like cobalt, and manganese. When using stainless Steel Chromium is added to make steel Stainless, and prevent rust. Handles are welding to the blades and not constructed using the same quality steels. This is not necessary and would add to the cost.

What are the different categories of stainless steel used to produce hair cutting scissors?

Steels are important to a point in a scissor, and when combined with high-quality machining and design you have a beautiful cutting shear ready to provide excellent performance for many years or career depending on the quality of service the shear receives.

You should never purchase a scissor with a stainless steel rating of less than 440C. This is an industry-standard for stainless steel in hair cutting shears. There are a few entry-level shears made using 410, and 420.

Cobalt Alloy Steel is abrasion resistant and will give increased blade retention, and a longer last edge. These shears can also be machined to a finer edge and have the steel hold the edge the result of adding Cobalt Alloy.

They often cost more due to the increased labor costs of finishing and polishing and extra abrasives used in the finishing process.

Cobalt does have some categories and some companies use there own. They include Cobalt Alloy, ATS-314, V-1, V-10 and now they are using a powered Sintered Cobalt Alloy that is expensive but has excellent performance, and with the use of the sintered powered steel process has great quality control when producing it.

Is there a scissor that never needs to be sharpened?

This is fiction, and simply not true. There are high-quality steels that can hold an edge longer than others with the use of Cobalt Alloys but the longest we can see a shear used everyday cutting hair to last is about 18-24 months and most need to be serviced in about 12 months.

This depends some on the use of the shear how many cuts per day.

The wear resistance when cutting strands of hair is the same as cutting equal diameter strands of copper..! Hair is Keratinized Protein, soft and pliable with strong resistance to cutting.

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