Reddit Reddit reviews Clauss Titanium Bonded Bent Snips, 7"

We found 11 Reddit comments about Clauss Titanium Bonded Bent Snips, 7". Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Clauss Titanium Bonded Bent Snips, 7
Titanium-bonded blades are three times harder than stainless steelCorrosion and adhesive resistantComfort grips for extended useBent, serrated bladesMultipurpose snips for use around the home, office, or workshop
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11 Reddit comments about Clauss Titanium Bonded Bent Snips, 7":

u/strocknar · 52 pointsr/EDC

Maxpedition individual first aid pouch

zipper pocket:

u/Khrrck · 6 pointsr/bestoflegaladvice

I own a pair (they're really excellent as utility scissors for cutting hose, plastic packaging, etc). They have blunt tips and an angled handle, and are designed to slide along skin safely.

I wouldn't ever WANT to use them for their intended purpose, but it seems like they'd do the job just fine...

u/jhra · 4 pointsr/ems

Space Pen

Littman Stetho


Glove pouch


Tool Holster

That's what I carried with a volly service.

u/Problem119V-0800 · 3 pointsr/sex

I think you just need to keep reassuring her. Especially reassure her that even though you were physically uncomfortable and freaking out a bit, you always felt safe with her— that you still trusted her, knew she wasn't trying to do something you weren't OK with, etc.

It's actually pretty easy to accidentally put someone in a position where they asphyxiate or lose circulation when experimenting with bondage. That's why it's a good idea to always have a sturdy pair of scissors (like bandage shears or EMT shears) in the toy box in case you need to get someone out of the ropes in a hurry. And the top should keep an eye out for anything turning blue or purple that shouldn't be. This page has a nice list of cautions for a bunch of different kinds of kink. Jay Wiseman's book is often recommended in the BDSM communities I've known.

On another note, maybe your profuse apology reminded her of her old abusive(?) relationship? Maybe it was one of those things where she always had to apologize for being hurt by him ("I'm sorry I made you beat me!", "I'm sorry I didn't like it when you forced yourself on me", etc)? You don't really have a lot to apologize for after all. Breaking the mood, etc., but that happens, that's normal, an apology is nice but it isn't a big deal. You were probably in an unfamiliar vulnerable headspace and apologized a lot, and maybe she recognized in you the way she acted when she was being hurt.

u/weaveleswobble · 2 pointsr/nursing

Best trauma shears ever at a great price. Most bandage scissors can't cut Kerlex. These cut jeans no problem.

Instead of a pen light that will die every few months, I use a LED light on a keyring. I keep it clipped to my badge so it's always within reach and I don't forget it. Mine was a couple of bucks at an army surplus store and has lasted two years so far.

If your program requires a BP cuff, see if you can buy it from an older student.

u/dex1 · 2 pointsr/emergencymedicine

-nice shears clipped to belt with carabiner which is also nice for holding keys

-Stethoscope with belt holder

-clicky top pens

-I also like parker pens if you can get them in bulk

-smartphone with pepid - expensive but has drugs and quickie reads on even rare conditions, has a few holes, but pretty good

-personalized stamp with DEA, LIC, NPI

-spectralink phone provided by hospital with outside dial able number

-cherokee personalized scrub top, landau poplin personalized coat (feels nice, fits well, inexpensive), carhartt cargos (hard to find), comfy shoes

Made complete list so I can come back and reorder stuff, hehe

u/dppdo11 · 2 pointsr/BDSMcommunity

By titanium version, do you mean this?

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/ems

I have these, they're inexpensive, and they seem to work much better than the cheap shears my company buys.

u/protogenxl · 1 pointr/NYCC

In my experience it depends on the rent-a-cop, for example I always have paramedic sheares in the webbing of my backpack and have done so for the last 4 years both at con and out of con. Until Sunday last year when I not only had to explain what a camelbak was, he wanted to check the scissors that actually had a little bit of dust on them. I could not stop myself from laughing in his face. I composed myself enough to say keep them and walked in......

u/zeugma17 · 1 pointr/EDC

I work in EMS and I’ll never buy them. I’ve cut through Carhartt insulated clothes with the shears I get from amazon and they’re only $10, so when they get all nasty with blood/vomit or if they get misplaced, I don’t feel like I’ve wasted money.

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