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I'm looking into purchasing my own trauma shears since I am left handed. While searching for them online I came across what appears to be the same pair but at different prices ranging from 2 dollars to 9 dollars. Do you guys think these are the same shears at a different price or if there is in fact a difference in these items. Since the most expensive pair is still relatively cheap, my main concern is buying quality and not wasting my money either by purchasing inferior eqiupment or overspending. Thanks for any and all input guys!

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I don't think there are any differences and I also don't believe they accommodate shears for lefties... to my knowledge.

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my main concern is buying quality and not wasting my money either by purchasing inferior eqiupment or overspending.

I think you answered your own question, and I have no idea why I am even posting this ... :whistle:

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I think you answered your own question, and I have no idea why I am even posting this ... :whistle:

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Answer to OP: GERMAN, GERMAN, GERMAN..... anything else is junk.

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Answer to OP: GERMAN, GERMAN, GERMAN..... anything else is junk.

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I don't think there are any differences and I also don't believe they accommodate shears for lefties... to my knowledge.

There is a difference. the actual blade that moves while cutting is supposed to be on the outside, next time you pick up a pair of scissors check it out. also alot of scissor handles are curved for anatomical position and when a left handed person picks up a pair it is fitting in their hand opposite form how it should.

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your average shears have straight handles, don't see how it would change left or right. Mobey is right though, Big Shears are the best, or likewise German offering (big shears are just an importer of fine German scissors) but you pay for those.

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As long as a pair of shears will cut a penny in half, they will go on my belt :coool:

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German shears are the best...,

But then again, how could anything German be bad.

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I've got big shears. (gift from my wife) They're phenomenal shears but the title is apt; they're HUGE! cfdb45b0-f0fd-484c.jpg

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