In 1847, Jacob Wiss opened a small shop in New Jersey forging surgical instruments and shears that paved the way for today’s premium line of scissors, snips and specialty trade tools.
In the 1940's, our aviation snips were a key tool for cutting aircraft sheet metal during WWII and became best sellers after the war ended.
Our next generation snips stay true to form with new ergonomic features.
The shape consistency and proprietary serration process of our snips produce blades that cut up to 8 miles of steel.
Our precision cast blades, along with an improved pivot design, provides a longer cut life allowing you to get more work done.
Our improved pivot bolt design features built-in stops for consistent jaw opening and upgraded spring action for a fast, effortless feed.
Crescent Wiss® offers a limited lifetime warranty on our products to be free of defect in material and workmanship.
Cuts left from tight curves to straight with red handles for quick identification.
Cuts right from tight curves to straight with green handles for quick identification.
Cuts straight and slight curves with yellow handles for quick identification.
Ideal for cutting inconel, titanium, and 18 gauge stainless steel. Available in left/straight or right/straight.
Offset blades keep hands clear of cut material. Available in left/straight, right/straight, and straight.
M5R Bulldog snips for notching and trimming heavy stock. M45RS Molding Miter snips for cutting all types of small molding in PVC, MDF, and pine.
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|Name||7 in. Straight-Cut Tin Snip||9-3/4 in. Compound Action Straight Cut Aviation Snips||10.1 in. Straight-Cut Aviation Snip||11.5 in. Long Straight-Cut Aviation Snips|
|Snip Type||Tin Snip||Aviation Snip||Aviation Snip||Aviation Snip|
|Rolled Steel Gauge Cutting Capacity||23||18||18||22|
|Blade Length (in.)||1.75 in||1.5 in||2.75||3.5 in|
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