The reverse grip and non-stick coating make the EK Success Tweezers great for picking up beads and other small embellishments. These tweezers also have a precision tip and are compact, measuring only 4.75" long.
This is basically the same as the older model that I bought a year or so ago. I just have to tell you that it is my right arm. I use it constantly with every project I have. It has such a nice point on it so I am able to put some glue on it for little details I put on my projects. It just gets better with age!!! It can pick up the finest things, like little crystals.
I had to buy another for a spare, so I have two. Every craft artist needs one in her tool box!! It is a must have!!!
The teflon tip wore out after 15 years of heavy use. I had to get a new one. :) This is the one tool I could not scrap without. :) I use it on every page or card :)
Used in this layout: Jane Gabriel McCarthy Donna's Oct Punch Fun challenge
These are just the best tweezers. I have used regular tweezers for certain projects that work fine, but for certain projects, like heat embossing, or perfectly placing that little die cut covered in glue, it really is the best. I originally purchased a cheaper brand at a craft store that is reverse grip, and always struggled with getting them open enough. I finally "broke" down and purchased this brand, and what a difference! I am so happy I finally did!
I use reverse tweezers to hold small die cuts while gluing them in place. Some are too thick or have gaps in pressure. (just like the ones we use for beauty care) These had a nice fine point and seems to fit tightly together at the tip, which is what I was looking for
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