Join Date: Jul 2011
Location: Bergen County NJ
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Kenchi is has an excellent reputation in the grooming world. The most important factors that I take into consideration for thinners is if they fit well in my hand, one blade shouldn't be longer than another, good quality so they don't dull as quickly, and not too expensive. I use these every day all day so for me I need the metal to be hard. Dull scissors cost money to resharpen and it takes longer to trim out the eyes. The longer it takes to do that and digging in and fussing, the higher the chances for knicking your dog. Also the dog loses patience after a while unless your dog is a saint. You can get a good pair for about $50 or even slightly less is a happy medium.