@Aqua sobriquet My expensive ones broke - what a great idea - I may just do that. It saves £80 for a new set.I have seen pictures where the welding has gone on them and folks have had to put a couple of small bolts through the end! Maybe you get what you pay for?!
Yes - great point. I couldn't agree more. In fact, I tend to use medical instruments. Some of my tweezers are so sharp it makes planting a doddle. But after 4 hours of planting, even that can become difficult.Hi I would advise against getting the tweezers with the angled tip. The angle always catches on the plant and they float back out of the soil while try to plant.