Cynamed Premium Temple Bending Pliers – Curved Eyeglasses
The Cynamed Temple Bending Pliers are perfect for fixing eyeglasses. They were eyeglass repair tools designed specifically to meet the requirements of optometrists so that they can do optician tasks comfortably. These pliers for glasses are also great for jewelry making, wire bending. They are also suitable for use in crafting work.
These Cynamed Bending Pliers have nylon pads, perfect for holding, bending. They make straightening parts easy by reducing the risk of damaging your work.
Most importantly, the pliers have a Titanium-look for an aesthetic, unique, and lustrous appearance. The titanium also offers high tensile strength and resistance to high temperatures. At the same time, it is light in weight. Therefore using the Cynamed Temple Bending Pliers is very easy for the user. It does not stress the hand.
The design of the Cynamed Temple Bending Pliers comes with special handles, designed to ensure a firm grip. Therefore, the user can exert as much force as needed without fearing slipping or sustaining injuries. The firm grip also prevents accidents to people nearby.
These eyeglass repair pliers are made using German-equivalent stainless steel. This feature ensures that they promise long-lasting performance. This also makes them resistant to corrosion.
Length: 5.75 in.
How to Use the Temple Bending Pliers
If you have any of the following questions in mind, then you must buy these pliers for glasses repair:
- How to adjust eyeglass frames
- How to bend glasses frames
- How to adjust plastic eyeglass frames
- How to adjust nose pads on eyeglasses
This ergonomically designed eyeglasses tool kit offers you a firm grip while you work to bend the glasses frames or adjust the nose pads on eyeglasses. Just make sure you exert a controlled amount of pressure and you are good to go.
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