Pro Logic Pro Braid Scissors

rd115

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Can get these from Bobco, bit pricey at a tenner but you really get what you pay for.


I've had no end of scissors, most advertised as braid scissors and never had a clean cut, even from big names like Fox and Daiwa, all garbage.


These scissors give a clean cut every time, even on 8 strand uncoated fluffy stuff, think it's thanks in part to one blade being serrated. Handle could be better, not very ergonomic, rubberised grip would be better.

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They just work, super impressed (y)
 

davylad

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The best braid scissors cost around a £1, maybe £1.50p. They are the scissors that are made for young children to use in places like nurseries, when they are cutting and pasting. I use them when I'm sea fishing, you get a nice clean cut "every" time, try them you won't be disappointed.
 

Ken the Pacman

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I have had ESP or Drennan braid scissors for many years which are slightly serrated and have never had a problem cutting anything with them and they seem to stay sharp for years too which is a bonus these days.
 

Dave

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I've got a cheap pair of Linauffe (sp) which I've had for years and still do a good cut
 
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