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Tweezers - Curved

Replacement:TOL-10602. We're no longer carrying these particular tweezers but our Curved ESD-Safe tweezers are a good alternative. This page is for reference only.

These are high quality, fine tip, curved tweezers. We really like how these feel and use them within SparkFun production for placing SMD components. Each tech in production has their own preference so we offer both straight and curved tweezers. A must have for almost any type of rework, especially SMD.

Note: These will come in either blue or stainless. Color may vary.

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  • Scube / about 12 years ago / 1

    Great tweezers, makes rework so much easier. Also as a side note they work very well for removing splinters, but i highly recommend cleaning them well beforehand. Great price no matter what task you use them for!

  • R0B0T1CS / about 12 years ago / 1

    Better than my $20 tweezers from Tecnni-Tool.
    Love it!

  • Cowboy / about 12 years ago / 1

    These are THE tweezers for SMD work. I got the straight and curved tweezers, and LOVE my curved ones.
    TSSOP-10, 0805, 3216, these tweezers are perfect for those packages, and larger packages.

  • Altera / about 12 years ago / 1

    These are great to work with. I regularly make batches of a dozen of our products with these, very accurate and can pick up small SMD components easily.

  • cmlburnett / about 12 years ago / 1

    I purchased these tweezers and took a picture of the tips through an Olympus SZ51 dissection microscope at 8x: picture. I have had good use of them down to 0402 resistors.

  • NXTreme / about 12 years ago / 1

    Very nice tweezers. I've abused them quite a bit by bending the tip till I thought it would break but they never have. The blue plastic coating is nice as well 'cause you don't have to worry about them shorting something out in your tool box/parts box. One word of warning though. The end is very fine, meaning sharp. If left on the floor and stepped on they will slide a good 3/4 into a foot with hardly any pressure. Believe, I've done it :)

    • SomeGuy123 / about 12 years ago / 1

      It's true! I dropped the straight ones on my arm and it ended in bloodshed.

  • Pettichord / about 13 years ago / 1

    These are awesome for sorting parts and pulling them from parts bins. I'd sometimes been using my needle nose pliers for such things, but these work much better.

  • Sam9 / about 13 years ago / 1

    These are necessary for SMD part like 603 Caps and so on. Before I was trying to work with my hands and a pair of imprecise tweezers. I'm glad I bought them, well worth it.

  • pcmofo / about 13 years ago / 1

    I got these because I thought I might find them useful and because they were cheap. They are quite precise and I found my self using them to pick up all sorts of parts out of part bins, bread board wires etc etc. Also good to get some of the tiny breadboard wires loose.

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