Fold: L 5.71 × W 1.77 × H 0.59 inch (L 145 × W 45 × H 15 mm)
Open: L 9.84 × W 1.77 × H 0.59 inch (L 250 × W 45 × H 15 mm)
Length of Blade: 3.94 inch (100mm)
Weight: 2.22 oz (63 g)
Material: Blade) SK5 Steel, Handle: Birch
Not only good for bonsai branches when scissors cannot help, but great with other types of green trees & dry wood, general woodworking tasks and even for outdoor camping
【CROSSCUT TEETH, PULL STROKE CUT】
With a thickness of 0.6 mm and a pitch of 2.0 mm, the blade cuts across the wood grain while giving a good finish on the cutting surface. Teeth are set alternately facing right and left which together with the pull stroke cut, reduces friction, smoothes the cut and creates less sawdust. Great for beginners!
【COMPACT FOLDING DESIGN WITH STOPPER】
So easy to store that you can use it anywhere at anytime! Just push the stopper to fold it away or put the blade in place (Note: If it's difficult to open/close the blade, adjust the screw at the base of the blade. The blade may pop out if it is too loose).
【EASY TO USE】
Hold the handle far from the blade, place it on the edge furthest from you of what you are cutting, and proceed with come-and-go motions.
【Video: Bonsai Tool Basics - Jin & Shari Carving Tools 】
In this Bonsai Tool Basics episode, our collaborator Yusuke Ogawa explains different types of jin knives and shari carving tools for your bonsai tree. Because once you have mastered how to keep the tree alive, creating beautiful deadwood carvings is the logical next step in your bonsai journey. So do not be scared of this bonsai styling technique and learn today what tools you need to start right away with that bonsai woodwork!
WAZAKURA JAPAN TOOLS USED IN THIS VIDEO
・2-in-1 Jin Knife and Sickle for shohin bonsai
・Curved Jin Chisel
・Spear Shaped Jin Chisel
・Triangle Double Edge Jin Knife
・Double Edge Jin Knife