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Universally recognized as the world's finest maker tweezers, Dumont offers this line of unequaled excellence to users who need very best. From the finest raw steel to hand finishing and individual inspection, the name Dumont is your guarantee of perfection. They are particularly suitable for jewelers, watch repairs, electronics, laboratories, light industry, optical and camera assembly and repair.
#H pattern tweezers feature stubby, wide shanks for a strong grip on the object. Generally used in pairs for wire bending, hairspring adjusting, etc. Tapered shanks with flat edges. Points are honed with round blunt tips.
Stainless tweezers feature tips that are harder than anti-magnetic stainless steel but softer than carbon tweezers. These are resistant to corrosion and rust.
- Made of Stainless Steel
- #H pattern
- Hard tips
- Resistant to corrosion and rust
- Susceptible to magnetism
- Total Length 3.5" Inches (90mm)