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Tweezers are practical little tools that help make everyday life a little easier. Be it plucking eyebrows, removing splinters and ticks, holding small objects in place, turning meat, and much more. There are countless uses. Tweezers vary greatly in shape and in the material they are made from.

Other features of tweezers

Tweezers vary considerably in the shape of the tips. The variations are almost endless: straight, slanted, rounded, angled, pointed, curved... That’s to name only a few. Tweezers are also made from a variety of materials. This can be anything from stainless steel, plastic, ceramic or even wood. Typical qualities of tweezers include being antimagnetic, acid-resistant, rust-free or resistant to corrosion etc. But that’s enough of the lists.

Tweezers for various tasks

Those good old tweezers can take on many different tasks. In the home, tweezers are generally used for removing hair and splinters or for arts and crafts. Some models, on the other hand, are used for soldering or cutting thin wires. Anyone who loves cooking or barbecuing will love the long 30-50 cm models - they’re great for turning sausages or steaks without the risk of burning yourself. Fun fact: Some people also use these tweezers for feeding their snakes, reptiles or other aquarium pets.

A list of our tweezers

Here is a list of our range of tweezers:

  • Eyebrow tweezers
  • Tick tweezers
  • Splinter tweezers
  • Kitchen tweezers
  • Model making tweezers
  • Soldering tweezers
  • Watchmaker tweezers
  • and many more :-).


 Tweezers are used to grab hold of small objects which are too small to be grabbed just with fingers, or that perhaps you don’t want to touch with fingers. They can be described as a small tool with two flexible or springy parts. The converging ends are used to grab small objects. Tweezers are normally made from two pieces. If the tweezers are made of metal, the two halves will be welded together. Materials such as wood, plastic, fibreglass-reinforced plastic, or ceramic are also used to manufacture tweezers.

Tweezers - suitable for a variety of uses

Tweezers also have many cosmetic uses and most used for these purposes are made from stainless steel or carbon steel. Tweezers are available in a huge variety of shapes and sizes. They can have rounded, straight or angled tips. You can find curved and angled tweezers, models for cutting fine wires or self-closing tweezers (cross-locking tweezers) for soldering. Antimagnetic and acid-resistant tweezers are also available. Areas of use for tweezers In the household, in electronics and semiconductor technology, in medicine and science, in cosmetics for eyebrows, and in aquatics.