Simple, Small Titanium Tweezers
So here's another idea I'm toying with...
Well ...um ...yeah, I did!
But bear with me here:
What I'm proposing here is something simpler and, ideally, available at a lower price to you (because many people just can't justify $99 for tweezers - which I understand).
I'm thinking of just a super-small set of titanium tweezers (still fully made in house, cnc-machined,...all that good stuff) ...but perhaps in a pouch or something like that.
Basically, the concept is a pair of very small tweezers that can fit on your keychain - it really is that simple.
The Folding Tweezers we are making are a similar size - but it costs a lot to manufacture because it's essentially three products in one (the main tweezers and then two "scales" that press together as the main housing).
The tweezers I'm proposing here are basically a cross between the latest-and-greatest tips we have developed ...but small like mini TiTweezers we made around 5 years ago when I first started in the whacky world of titanium. 😀
I'm thinking the tweezers will be something around the size of these on the right below (next to the leather pouch):
The tweezers on the left above are form the Folding Tweezers (to give you an idea of the scale).
Here's how they would look in the pouch (the pouch is just a rough concept)...
The idea with these is to make two different tip versions:
Tip #1: Very pointy (like the current tips on the Folding and "V4" Tweezers) ...best for pulling out splinters.
Tip #2: A slight angle ...best for tweezing hairs.
One more thing...
In the last blog post from me I showed you a Hobby Blade Knife prototype and asked for your feedback. You gave me load of feedback in the comments and I REALLY appreciate that - thank you!
At this stage I'm not 100% sure I'll go any further with the Hobby Blade Knife ...as the response was average. Don't get me wrong ...I am happy about this ...because I don't want to waste time on a product that few people will buy - because there is always an opportunity cost (i.e. making an unpopular product costs the opportunity of making a popular product).
I've replied to almost all the comments from that last post.
So, these tweezers ...do I continue with them ...or ditch them and move onto the next product?