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Wow I had no idea that I'd be so happy to own a pair of scissors. I can't wait to use them and trim up Harry's bracelets.:)
 

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Too fun!!! I'm having shear envy! :) We want to see practice pictures!
 

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I just hope I don't cut myself. They are much heavier than the ones I'm currently using. I need those sharpened now. They are actually a decent pair too but nothing like these. These have a little adjuster that you just turn in the direction you need to adjust them. No need for special tools.
 

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Those are the Kenchii shears right? I'm jealous too, I know I would cut myself w/ any decent pair of shears and I have a white Maltese and am hoping for a white Spoo. Be happy you have a black to practice on, it will be much easier to get rid of the blood stains, lol!
 

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Those are the Kenchii shears right? I'm jealous too, I know I would cut myself w/ any decent pair of shears and I have a white Maltese and am hoping for a white Spoo. Be happy you have a black to practice on, it will be much easier to get rid of the blood stains, lol!
So true so true! I just don't want to take off anything important.
 

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I just don't want to drop them. I doubt I'll cut myself, I'm just being silly but dropping, uh yeah that might be an issue.LOL
Some people attach those plastic coil key chains to their clippers, I don't see why that, or a lanyard, wouldn't work on a pair of shears.
 
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