Machined Brass Seam Ripper

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Machined Brass Seam Ripper
Unlike what you’ve ever used before
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The seam ripper’s job is to remove stitches, open seams, and sometimes cut buttonholes. These are all important parts of most sewing projects, yet the typical seam ripper is so cheaply (and poorly) made, it comes by the dozen. We’ve changed this. Our seam ripper has a precisely machined brass body and cap, and the very best Japanese steel blade. Its weight helps keep it steady as you work. The handle is a hollow compartment for storing needles, secured by a simple cap that screws into place. Altogether, this is a tool designed to work wonderfully, look beautiful and last a lifetime. Length is 5½".

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  • Looks good but a couple suggestions

    Chris , 4/23/2020 Just received it today. Seems pretty well built. FYI, It doesn’t show it in the picture but Garrett Wade’s logo is laser etched on the handle part of the tube. In case you were wondering how the blade is attached to the brass tube, it appears to be epoxied into place. I haven’t actually used it yet but judging from the construction and it’s intended purpose I don’t foresee any issues. This does seem to be the best seam ripper that I have found to date. With that being said, If I could make a couple suggestions... I would of like to seen a little brass ball on the tip of the short blade(not plastic) The little plastic red ball cheapens the look of the whole tool and just personal preference, instead of using epoxy, I would of like to seen a friction fit of the blade pushed into the brass tube,(I’m not a machinist but i’ve seen similar tools mounted this way and they are affixed permanently by this method. With these improvements that would make for an excellent tool with no glue or plastic used. I bet if they did that and word got out every seamstress would buy this tools. Anyway, Garret Wade keep improving/finding existing tools and make them like they use to or make em better!
  • Best Ever

    Wachita, 4/22/2020 I love a well made tool, and this seam ripper is by far the best one out there. It is a bit larger than I expected, but now that I've used it, I love the feel of it in my hand. I've never tried a seam ripper to make button holes, but this one is up to the task. So beautiful, it's nice enough to leave out.
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