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Discussion in 'First Aid Station' started by bmstrong, May 30, 2016.
Recommendations for a quality pair of tweezers?
Google "Tweezerman". More tweezers and related items than you could ever use.
Another option would be to check out some of the tweezers at Countycomm. They have a couple of different types I think. One of them comes with 2 pair and the other is set up so you could use it on a keychain. Both seem pretty capable. Not super cheap but seem like items that would last a very long time. Good luck!
Uncle Bill's Sliver Grippers, in stainless or titanium. I cannot count how many splinters I've removed with this, both from myself and my kids. I also spent significant time picking glass out of my neighbor's foot with a pair of these. Inexpensive and excellent.
I must have about half a dozen pairs now, I have them on keyrings and attached to bags, and in kits.
I'd really like a pair of 6/4 one's since I bent the last Rubis I had.
This guy seems like a snake oil salesman:
Halopoff makes a V3 now on the USN:
Klhip has one for 2017:
I got some Tweezermans for Christmas last year in my stocking. They're pretty sweet, and they're black so, by default, they're TACTICAL Tweezers!
Must be for removing tactical splinters eh?
How'd you know?!
I like the tweezers on a Victorinox SAK for wood splinters. I also got a tweezers with a magnifying glass on it from Harbour Freight that works good, and with my poor eyesight the magnification helps a lot!
I keep a pair of stainless Sliver Grippers on my keychain. I really don't need anything else.
Cuz I'm a fart smeller, err I mean smart feller
Moving this back up. First thing in the new year. I need to find a good pair of tweezers.
Anyone on the EDC make a pair from Ti?
I purchased two pair of Pocketweez tweezers (old style) several years ago. They can remove splinters out of the backside of a flea if necessary. I've heard people complain about the new style. I haven't seen the new ones in person nor can I vouch for then. If they are HALF as good as the originals, they are worth the money. They run about $28.
Absolute best tick removal tool as well..
They also come with a lifetime sharpening at no extra charge, I believe. At least mine does...