We found this tiny Italian cutler near Lake Cuomo at one of our recent trips to Italy’s tradeshows. They’re specialized to scissors, in a village in Italy known exactly for this, and from what we’ve seen out of this village you can count on a few things from a Premana-manufactured scissor; a remarkably good cutting edge, grind, and steel temper, and a way of installing the center screw where it takes a notable bit more friction to start moving than to keep them in motion versus the Germans. They just don’t have the Germans’ fluidity, and I think never will. But the steel’s wholly terrific, as are the edges, in a way the Pakistani-made efforts (very skilled at grinding, but not so much at tempering procedures) can only dream of; the Henbor scissors we’ve handled have truly great cutting edges, in fact better than some others we deal with that you’ll know really well already.
This model is a 3.75″ nose-specific offering, a bit customized to tasks here; the cutting edge is corrugated rather than razor-type, so that you can hold the hair without it moving if you fancy to let your nose scissor cut the beard/moustache hair, and the entire scissor was given a Teflon coating before grinding the cutting edge. Keeping costs lowered befitting an Italian option for you the steel is carbon rather than stainless, but the Teflon coat help resist oxidation (please keep clean and dry after use and lightly oil occasionally with a non-food oil such as mineral or clipper oil, though…in fact this remains sage advice even for the stainless models, for the steel is not called stainnot, now, is it?).
3.75″ (95mm) Length
Teflon-coated 56 HRC carbon steel
For nose hair, ear hair, or beard/mustache maintenance
Supplied with plastic pouch
Weighs 18 grams
Hand made in Premana, Italy