scissor steel

To ensure excellent sharpness and durability, Aristocut uses alloys of stainless cobalt stainless steel, 440C stainless steel, cobalt ATS 314, cobalt V-10 and cobalt V-10 damascus steel. These alloys are among the most suitable scissors steels in the world and they have the necessary hardness levels for professional hair scissors.
The blades are convex and hollow-ground, making razor-sharp cutting effortless. Approximately 150 working steps are required to produce Aristocut scissors from the blank to the polished scissors.



The ergonomic handle shapes of Aristocut hair scissors relieve your muscles and reduce wear and fatigue of your joints.

To achieve the most relaxed cutting posture possible, the ergonomics (shape) of a hair clipper is very important. The ergonomic shapes relieve the muscles and prevent fatigue and tension. Even tendonitis can be avoided.

Aristocut hair clippers are available in four different handle shapes:
Maximum ergonomic Optimum and relaxed working position. With the 360 degree rotating thumb part you can make exact cuts at extreme angles with these scissors. When working in a slightly different posture, the shoulder remains straight and the elbow is directed downwards.
When cutting, your shoulder remains straight and your wrist is noticeably relieved.
Semi-Offset (semi-ergonomic): a compromise between a classic straight and an ergonomic shape.
-Straight (straight): probably the best known grip shape.


care recommendations

The Aristocut scissors are precision instruments of the highest quality. It should be treated and maintained with care. Clean the gear position and the blades of your Aristocut scissors daily with a soft cloth and apply a drop of fine machine oil to the pivot point area (gear position).

Please check the tension of your scissors regularly. All Aristocut scissors have a screw system that allows precise adjustment. Optimum tension ensures a soft opening and closing and a perfect cut. If it is set correctly, the blades should not close but should close gently.

Avoid contact of the blades with metallic or hard objects and do not cut anything foreign to the species. Always keep your Aristocut scissors in a dry and safe place when closed.



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