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Universally recognized as the world's finest maker of tweezers, Dumont offers this line of unequaled excellence to users who need the 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.
#2 pattern tweezers are good general purpose tweezers that have slightly wider and thicker tips than the #1, making these sturdier. Shanks are indented and have flat edges for gripping objects. Tips come to a fine point.
Carbon tweezers feature very hard tips that will resist bending and are more rigid than the stainless steel models but are susceptible to corrosion and rust. Carbon tweezers are also magnetic.
- Made of Carbon Steel
- #2 pattern
- Very Hard tips
- Susceptible to corrosion and magnetism
- Each Tip measure .12mm (.0047")
- Total Length 120mm (4.728")