I thought to myself, they can never be that heavy, so I ordered a pair. THEY ARE THAT HEAVY, and they've been returned.Title speaks for itself guys, but I'm after some extra long tweezers, as my standard 300mm ones are struggling in some of the harder to reach areas of my aquarium.
I could do with some around 450mm long, but still staying fairly light and fine. I did order some of these from Amazon:
But they weighed about 2 kilos and could have crush walnuts! I need something with the added length (yes, I know, feel free to insert pun of choice), but maintaining the delicacy of standard planting tweezers.
So ADA tweezer owners: what size should I get for nano tank work? Do I just get L or XL (27 or 30cm) so I can reach anywhere in the tank without getting my hand wet, or will I find I have more finesse with the S or M (16 or 21cm)?
Also has anyone got both ADA and Tropica/Dennerle tweezers and can advise if one can tell the difference? I‘d like to save money but don’t want to get the cheaper option, be unhappy and have to upgrade (I already have a set of eBay tools that are barely up to the job).
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