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Object of Desire: Color-Coded Garden Pruners from Japan

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Object of Desire: Color-Coded Garden Pruners from Japan

January 27, 2017

Are you cheating on your pruners if you start seeing another pair?

I would say no, but I’ll let you know what my pruners have to say about it after my new pair of made-in-Japan Smart Scissors arrives:

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Above: Small enough to fit your hand comfortably and designed with a curved, ergonomic handle, a Small Scissors Pruner is made of plastic and stainless steel; $58 from Rikumo.

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Above: The pruners comes in three colors; they have rustproof blades and are meant to trim flowers, stems, and small branches.

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Above: The pruners come with a safety catch.

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