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I buy hot pink shears, Moore brand, by the box. What the difference between them and any other pair? They're pink? Just remember, Trauma Shears are for clothing... Bandage shears are for bandages. Neat bandage ends, no strings.

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

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

I say buy cheap on all personal equipment you use at work, it will get lost or stolen at some point.

Nah man, gear getting stolen only happes to you.

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I buy hot pink shears, Moore brand, by the box. What the difference between them and any other pair? They're pink? Just remember, Trauma Shears are for clothing... Bandage shears are for bandages. Neat bandage ends, no strings.

Pink shears is a great idea. Who is gonna steal pink shears?

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German steel may be great but they still get assembled in China :P

I now have the standard shears but just a bit larger, the rivet a bit stronger and around 7 usd a piece.

The large shears are good for wall mounting in the ambulance but are hardly used with us, maybe 5/6 times a year, usually in the same week: when the good weater starts and bikers start crashing :P

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This is kind of embarassing, but anyways....

Don`t know if this question ever appeared, but I didn`t find it through the forum search, so here it goes:

I have a bit of a problem when it comes to trauma shears. See, I`m a left-hander, and it was always an issue for me to use them bloody shears! Mostly, I let my partner do it, `cause it`s an act for me to get those damned clothes off.

Are there any other left-handers on here, having this kind of problem? Are there possibly trauma shears designed for left-handers (like it`s the case with normal scissors)?

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This is kind of embarassing, but anyways....

Don`t know if this question ever appeared, but I didn`t find it through the forum search, so here it goes:

I have a bit of a problem when it comes to trauma shears. See, I`m a left-hander, and it was always an issue for me to use them bloody shears! Mostly, I let my partner do it, `cause it`s an act for me to get those damned clothes off.

Are there any other left-handers on here, having this kind of problem? Are there possibly trauma shears designed for left-handers (like it`s the case with normal scissors)?

I'm a lefty also and there are left handed versions available. Don't remember right off the top of my head who sells them, but there just a reversed image of the rt handed ones.

Not going to find them in the cheap category. Theres a left handed catalog that sell a lot of things for us normal folks.

Remeber ONLY us lefties are in our Right mind!

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