Ergo RoseGold Shear

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6.00"
#2060-21010600
Condition: New
Sold + Shipped by Above Shears

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Sold + Shipped by Above Shears
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Condition: New

Ergo RoseGold Shear • Handle: Offset Ergo Handle • Blade: Cutting • Hair: Dry/Wet • Craftsmanship: Handcrafted • Steel: TAKEFU VG10/ZDF AG16 Cobalt (or equivalent) • Hardness: 60-61 • Tension: Japan Regular • Origin: PRC The name ABOVE comes from our mission to provide quality shears that are above and beyond the rest. Forged with pride and precision, the above shears are handcrafted by highly skilled shear masters from proprietary cobalt steel and a customized ball-bearing system. The Above team combines decades of expert experience in designing and manufacturing well-recognized high-end shears for stylists, hairdressers, barbers, and groomers in the community. Above prides itself on creative designing and first-class manufacturing process, and invites you to join this journey of excellence in craftsmanship Choosing your Shear Size: One size does not fit all. Shears come in a variety of sizes from 5 to 7 inches to fit the different needs of the clients. It is common to see stylists working with multiple sizes of shears for different cutting techniques. The shorter length is ideal for precision cutting techniques and the longer length is best for layer cutting techniques. Know your Hands: Buying a pair of shears is like buying a pair of shoes. First, you need to know your size. In general, the size of your hand is the size of the shears. To ensure optimal cutting experience, most shears should not extend over your palm. Touching Points: Every single pair of ABOVE shears has 4 main touch-points: -Point where the thumb touches the static handle. -Point where the ring finger touches the dynamic handle. -Point where the little finger touches the finger rest. -Point where the first and middle fingers touch the shank of the static handle. There are 5 key elements to choosing the right shear. It looks right. It weighs right. It fits right. It cuts right. It is priced right Little Finger Matters In comparison, females tend to have shorter little fingers than males. So shears have to be chosen accordingly, and attention should be paid to shears’ finger rest. Broadly speaking, the shorter the little finger is, the longer and wider the finger rest should be. PALM and Fist Offset is where the thumb is at its most natural position. The palm’s width determines the shears’ offset, especially for hairdressers who like to palm the shear with a fist. The right pair of shears should fit the user’s hand ergonomically and the wrong choice of shears can lead to serious long-term damage to the user’s hand like carpal tunnel and tendonitis.

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