Roseline Single Thinning Shears From £57.95
Roseline Single Thinning Scissors
Roseline are now widely accepted as some of the best professional grooming scissors available. Their philosophy and motivation is to "unite the tradition of scissor production with the best technology and innovation." For more than 35 years they have produced high-quality scissors with the quality seal "Made in Solingen." They produce innovative products, in up-to-date designs, in their headquarters in Solingen, Germany.
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There are 25 reviews with an average rating of 4.44
Miriam from NorwayOwner06 May 2011 10:36
I bought this a while ago, and I love it. It was recommended to me by a friend with Shelties, and I use this for my Toller on her paws and ears, and it has become a must in my grooming-bag. Trims away "slippers" and excess hair on ears easily, and I would never dream of going back to cheaper versions of this scissor. Worth every penny!
Denise from United KingdomOwner14 July 2013 12:28
As a non pro pet owner I wanted a pair of scissors that could help me keep on top of the professional trams and these have been great. Really clean cutting/thinning and have given me the confidence to 'chop' further than I normally would
Heidi.H from United KingdomOwner02 November 2013 12:22
Can't explain what a difference this has made to me and my dog, they cut so nicely, comfortan to use, has halved the time it used to take me to thin his coat
Tracy from United KingdomOwner20 August 2013 13:20
Haven't used thinning scissors before so I was a bit causious on my first attempt but very sharp and quite easy to use when I got the hang of it
zena from United KingdomOwner10 April 2015 15:46
Excellent,no sign of bluntness, comfortable to use, very good for the money, will be buying more of the roseline brand.
Anonymous from IrelandOwner10 October 2012 23:36
the scissor is a lot more bulky than what it used tobe. the cross over and feel is very different. the lenght of teeth are very long. thefinger grips don't fit into rests. it is still a good scissor and cuts well but lost it's feel and finesse.
Anonymous from United Kingdom10 October 2012 23:33
is very bulky and lots more metal present than what they once were.. the finger grips do not fit into the scissor either. the lenght of teeth are very long creating a different cross over feel. still cuts well but lost the feel and finesse.
Sue from AustraliaOwner31 October 2019 21:10
Sharpness outstanding. Grooming with these scissors has never been so good and so successful. Value for money
Anonymous from United Kingdom12 December 2018 15:47
I am pleased with these scissors never used thinning scissors before but they do what I want so I am happy.
WS from United KingdomOwner28 April 2015 12:45
A superb single thinning scissors zipped through a heavy coated Golden Doodle coat with little resistance.
Maureen from United Kingdom asks
Hi, could you tell me how long they are guaranteed for please. Many Thanks Maureen.
Angela from United Kingdom asks
Hi Which size would be best for a miniature schnauzer .?