Lucky Hare Shears
Vachi V-1 LH 33T Left Handed Thinning Shear 33 Teeth
The "Elegance, Quality, & Affordability" that Lucky Hare Shears is noted for is never more evident as it is in the Vachi V-1 Left Handed 33 thinning shear 33 teeth. This thinning shear features traditional V-style teeth on the receiving blade. The cutting blade is convexed and polished to a razor sharp edge. Weight and volume adjusting can be done with precision. The finer spacing of the 33 tooth thinning shear allows for more subtlety in blending. This thinning shear is crafted to give the same elegant feel and balance found in all Lucky Hare Shears.
The Vachi "Performer" is our most affordable and popular line of shears. While being our most affordable, Vachi does not sacrifice the craftsmanship, design quality, and performance that Lucky Hare Shears is noted for. They are forged and crafted to the same high standards and in the same general styles of all the Lucky Hare Shears lines. Vachi shears are made from Hitachi 420C Japanese cobalt alloy steel. Many stylist first purchase the Vachi as an affordable entry level shear and never look elsewhere to achieve the elegant feel and smoothness of the cut that the Vachi provides.
Cutting Blade Design: The cutting blade is forged and finely polished into the traditional and popular Japanese convex edge and are hollow-ground on the inside of each blade to give a razor sharp cutting action day in and day out.
Handle Design: The handles are “offset” for holding the shears in a more natural and comfortable hand position. This puts less stress on the thumb tendon and helps reduce the risk of repetitive motion CTS.
Adjusting System: Our popular dial-spring-leaf-tension system allows for easy adjustment without a tool and holds the desired tension setting securely.
Removable Finger Rest: The finger rest is removable to suit a wider variety of cutting styles. Remove as needed by simply unscrewing the finger rest.
Sculptured Handle: The shank of the handle has been contoured to provide a “groove” for the middle finger and the index finger to create more control and feel.