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Scissorlobster

Acute and keen-edged crustacean cutting claws.
 
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We manufacture a wide range of exoskeletal cutting tools which can be used for the smallest or largest cutting tasks. Our tools are ideal for people with arthritis or a weak grip as they all feature ratchet gears, razor sharp blades and support for the hand or arm. These luxury cutting implements are constructed using top quality steel blades and lightweight fibreglass shells. Each item is uniquely handpainted to celebrate the beauty of the world of crustacea.

Scissorlobster. The best selling items in our product range. Slip your hand into the comfortable lobster claw shaped shell and snip away. The razor sharp blades make short work of even the toughest materials. They have many applications from tailoring to kitchen use.

The Fingerlobster is a small version of the Scissorlobster and is worn only on the index and middle fingers. Ideal for precision work, the fingerlobster may be worn on either the left or right hand.

Our Gardenlobster range consists of several sizes and lengths of claw from small secateurs to extendable pruning saws. The ratchet sprung action makes light work of even the hardest wood. Ergonomically designed interior handles afford you optimum grip while the exoskeleton sleeve provides support for the forearm.

Our accessories range includes nutcrackers, clothes pegs, paperclips, gripping tools, barbecue tongs, salad servers, cutlery and much, much more.

(All items available in boiled or unboiled colour schemes.)

squeak, Aug 18 2003

Seascissors http://www.kitchene...s.cfm?sku=000863365
"The red handles are shaped like a lobster claw, making these fun, as well as easy, to use." -- Well, not really the same, I guess. [bristolz, Oct 05 2004, last modified Oct 17 2004]

Dr. Zoidberg of Futurama fame http://www.lewrockw...allace/zoidberg.jpg
[FarmerJohn, Oct 05 2004, last modified Oct 17 2004]

I want them like these claws http://www.users.ze...o.uk/jpirie/lob.htm
But not in the same position. Ouch! [squeak, Oct 05 2004, last modified Oct 17 2004]

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       [bristolz] Pah! Call those lobster claws? They just didn't have the balls to go with the inspiration.
squeak, Aug 18 2003
  

       Oy, I'm Zoidberg.
phoenix, Aug 18 2003
  

       What is Zoidberg, [phoenix]? And why are you oying.
squeak, Aug 19 2003
  

       What? What has zoidberg got to do with lobsters or scissors?!   

       I'm getting terribly confused.
squeak, Aug 19 2003
  

       Ah.....I sea. Just noticed links due to having my browser window as small as possible so no one notices I'm not working.   

       For the full Zoidburg effect I'd have to dye a vileda supermop pink and stick it to my top lip.   

       See link for a very odd way of mounting (ahem) lobsters.
squeak, Aug 19 2003
  
      
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