INOX, stainless steel arrives at Kamikaze harvest snips
In the arduous task of fruit collection, it is important to have ergonomic, lightweight and sturdy tools. That is why Kamikaze goes a step further in expanding its portfolio with two new harvest snips: T-556 INOX and S-206 INOX, both with stainless steel blades.
T-556 INOX Technical Data
- Net weight: 140 gr.
- Handgrip material: P.V.C Coated steel
- Use: Harvesting in viticulture
- Steel of the blade: Stainless steel
- Length: 190 mm
- Blade type: Long and Straight
S-206 INOX Technical Data
- Net weight: 120 gr.
- Handgrip material: Acero revestido de P.V.C
- Use: Viticulture and fruit growing harvesting
- Steel of the blade: Acero Inoxidable
- Length: 170 mm
- Blade type: Short and curved
With the new collection of Kamikaze snips, a greater durability is obtained, since the blade is made of stainless steel, being more resistant to corrosion and usual wear. With blade options of long and straight (T-556 INOX) or short and curved (S-206 INOX), the collector can work in different situations and crops with the tranquility of having a very good tool on its hands.
In addition, both snips have the two-component handle of the Kamikaze brand, which is anatomical and nonslip, which reduces stress and fatigue during work, without losing the hardness and strength of steel.
In all, the snips are designed to distribute the weight more efficiently, weighing only 140g with a length of 190mm in the T-556 INOX model and 120g with a length of 170mm in the S-206 INOX model, a very notable feature as work hours accumulates.
Below can have a look at both snips and discover how INOX blade reaches the Kamikaze collection: