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Clauss Titanium Aviation Snip, Straight Cut

Item No.
18430
In stock
$21.77
Clauss Ti Aviation Snip, Straight Cut is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
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The Clauss Titanium Bonded Aviation Snips will bite through sheet metal swiftly and easily. The heat-inducted blades are 3x harder than untreated steel, providing exceptional edge retention over countless cuts while affording great resistance against corrosion and adhesives. The blades are also serrated to prevent slip-out while cutting, and their are complimented by sturdy handles and robust pivot points. The handles are color coded as well for easy identification of cut type (yellow = straight cut). With their steel curl design, spring-loaded locking mechanism, and other aforementioned features, you can make short work of sheet metal, stainless steel, and aluminum. For those seeking more specialized cuts, the Aviation Snips are also available in a right cut, see item #18421.

  • Titanium Bonded Aviation Snips will cur through sheet metal
  • Blades are 3x harder than untreated steel and will stay sharper for longer
  • Resists corrosion and adhesives
  • Serrated blades
  • Sturdy handles and pivot points
  • Color coded handles for easy identification (yellow = straight cut)
  • Heat-inducted blades
  • Steel curl design
  • Spring-loaded locking mechanism
  • Cuts sheet metal, Stainless, and Aluminum
  • Also available in a right cut, item #18421
More Information
UPC015829184305
Weight0.940000
SizeSmall
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Cuts Hard Plastic, Too I bought this product to cut hard plastic lawn edging because I needed smaller pieces. I tried heavy scissors, but they did not work. This aviation snip was able cut through the plastic nicely, using a bit of muscle.
Date published: 2011-10-26
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