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These micro scissors are recommended for microscopic dissections. Browse our full selection of spring scissors below or choose a sub-category above to narrow down the list.

ITEM DESCRIPTION PRICE QTY
52130-50P Castroviejo Scissors, 9.5cm, 0.3mm Tip, Straight

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52130-50 Castroviejo Scissors, 9 X 0.3mm tip, Straight, Sharp

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52130-51 Castroviejo 9X.15mm Straight, S/S Sure Cut

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52130-52 Castroviejo 9X0.15mm Angled S/S, One Ball Point

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52130-53 Castroviejo 9X.15mm Angled S/S, Sure Cut

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52130-58P Castroviejo Scissors, 9.5cm, 0.3mm Tip, Angled

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52130-58 Castroviejo Scissors, 9 X 0.3mm, Angled, Sharp

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52130-59 Castroviejo Scissors, 9 X 0.15mm, Angled, Blunt

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52130-60 Castroviejo Scissors, 3.75 inch, Curved, Sharp

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52130-61 Castroviejo Scissors, 3.75 inch, Curved, Blunt

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52130-62 Castroviejo Scissors, 4.5 inch, 13mm, Angled, Blunt

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52130-63 Noyes Scissors, 4.5 inch, Slight Curve, Sharp

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52130-64 Noyes Scissors, 4.5 inch, Straight, Sharp

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52130-64C Noyes Scissors, 4.5in, Straight, S/S, Sure Cut

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52130-65 Noyes Scissors, 4.5 inch, Straight, Sharp-Blunt

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52130-66 Noyes Scissors, 4.5 inch, Straight, Blunt-Blunt

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52130-67 Micro Dissecting Scissors, 6 inch, Straight, 8mm X .33mm tip

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52130-68 Micro Dissecting Scissors, 6 inch, Curved, 8mm X .33mm tip

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52130-69 Micro Dissecting Scissors, 6 inch, Straight, 6mm X .33mm tip

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52130-70 Micro Dissecting Scissors, 6 inch, Curved, 6mm X .33mm tip

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52130-71 Noyes Spring Scissors, 4.75 inch, Angled on Flat, 12mm

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52130-72 DeWecker Scissors, 4.25 inch, 7mm, Sharp-Sharp

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52130-74 Micro-Mini Pencil Scissors, Vertical 2.5 X 0.15mm

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52130-75 Micro-Mini Pencil Scissors, Horizontal 2.5 X 0.15mm

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52130-76 Micro-Mini Pencil Scissors, Angled 2.5 X 0.15mm

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52132-02 Micro Dissecting Scissors, 3.5 inch, Straight, 20mm, Sharp

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52132-03 Micro Dissecting Scissors, 3.5 inch, Curved, 20mm, Sharp

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Tip dimensions of spring scissors Most of our spring scissors are available in two tip sizes. Tip dimensions indicated in the short product description below the part number refer to the length of cutting edges followed by the tip width of a single tip. See our Vannas Spring Scissors category to find the finest scissors. 52130-04 and 52130-05 have the thinnest, needle-point tips. Actual blade and tip dimensions may slightly vary from the specifications because these scissors are made by hand and they may have to go through several phases of adjustments until they reach perfection. Blade shape and angle of spring scissors Most spring scissors are available with straight or curved blades. The cutting edges of straight blades can be oriented many different ways. Standard straight blades will cut in a straight line forward and the blades move (opens and closes) in the same plane the handles are pressed together. Blades that are angled on the edge cut in the same plane in which the handles move but they are angled from the handle’s axis (point up or down). Blades that are angled on flat are angled from the plane of the handles (point sideways). Micro scissors with SureCut blades Our new Castroviejo and Noyes scissors with SureCut blades have razor-sharp blades. The cutting ability of these blades added to the precise shearing action ensures effortless, clean cuts. Visit our SureCut Scissors category to see all of our scissors with SureCut blades. Scissors with special tips Some scissors have blunt tips in order to avoid unintended damage to tissue. Fine artery scissors have a small, smooth ball point on one tip. The ball prevents the blades from piercing through vessels so that damage to the underlying structure can be avoided. Micro scissors with unique handles If the procedure requires frequent rotation of the blades, a pair of scissors with special round handles can prevent hand fatigue. Instead of constantly rotating the wrist, the direction of round-handle scissors can be changed by simply rolling them between the fingers. Some scissors have long, pencil-like handles and blades on a narrow shank to allow reaching through small portals and working farther away from the hand.