r/specializedtools May 16 '21

Practical cutting tool.

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u/Benji_Likes_Waffles May 16 '21 edited May 16 '21

I have one of these and I like it ok, I guess. It's not nearly as sharp as people think it is. I use mine for picking figs, specifically. I've found it's great for soft stemmed fruits and vegetables, but not useful at all on anything with a woody stem. We have a large, prolific fig bush and this little tool makes picking them really easy and keeps them from getting scraped or bruised. I wouldn't buy another one, but I will harvest figs differently after using it.

Edit to answer the sharpening question: It's a curved blade, so that makes it more difficult to sharpen. Also, you'd need to have way better protection on the finger you're pinching into. You get basically a thin silicone finger condom to keep from cutting yourself. Speaking of, I will not sharpen mine because after I used it I could see the potential for unintended self harm. I'm super clumsy.

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u/PurpleProboscis May 16 '21

I use my fingernails to deadhead flowers and such and that's why I want it. Would you say it's a good sub for that? I haven't found an easier way tbh but it'd be nice to not have to clean bits of stem from under my nails.

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u/Datmaggs May 16 '21

Sounds like a great tool for that purpose.

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u/PurpleProboscis May 16 '21

Yeah, I think it's worth a shot. The reviews are so-so, mostly because they seem to think it's unnecessary and I do agree, I just think it'd be easier to carry around than my clippers and keep me from walking around looking for stuff even more than I already do lol.

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u/TomKab02 May 16 '21

I actually heard from my grandfather that using your nails to cut plants can sometimes be harmful. The plant he told me about was a mint. Whenever someone would cut the leaves with their nails, the plant would slowly start to whither and not produce new leaves from where it was cut. Using a knife or scissors let the plant grow again however. Now I'm not a botanist, so idrk the cause behind that, but I'm assuming it's the transfer of bacteria from our fingernails inside the mint plant. As dirty as scissors might be, it's still just dirt and bacteria that live in the ground and that the plant naturally recognizes I assume.

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u/PurpleProboscis May 16 '21

Yeah, I actually have heard this too, both the bacteria transfer and that your fingernails are crushing the stem instead of cutting it so it's doing more damage than necessary. It's not something I go out of my way to do, I prefer to use my clippers but I don't always have them on me and sometimes I just see some stuff that I want to get rid of and just kind of go for it. But if I had these then I could carry around in my pocket with my gloves, Then it would be easier to avoid using my fingernails. You reminding me of that benefit has convinced me I think, so thanks!

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u/rentedtritium May 16 '21

It's because plants can get infections just like animals. You have to sterilize pruners regularly for the same reason. If you wash your hands well, fingernails are fine. Most people probably clean their fingernails way more often than they sterilize their pruners so it's sort of a wash.

It's nothing inherent about fingernails as much as "clean your tools" no matter what they are.

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u/TomKab02 May 16 '21

Ohh makes a lotta sense yeah that's what I kinda had in mind. Thanks for the explanation!

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u/AtotheCtotheG May 17 '21

I hope you enjoy being wrong, because that is what you are now. The entire Mint family is actually allergic to fingernails. Toenails too, theoretically, but this has not been tested in a controlled setting. Source: I’m a bored liar botanologist (“botanist” is a deprecated term).

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u/ijustsailedaway May 16 '21

That’s specifically what it was designed to replace. If you regularly use your thumbnails to snip stems, this will cut about the same size stuff without tearing up or staining your fingers.

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u/MadeInWestGermany May 16 '21

Fig blaster 3000

Na, just google thumb knife.

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u/RedditUser891246 May 16 '21

If it was Fig Blaster 3000 everyone would own one just for the name.

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u/Zoltron42 May 16 '21

Take my money!

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u/SuperWoody64 May 16 '21

God hates figs

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u/RivRise May 16 '21

Gotta rebrand to F Blaster 3000 and then EVERYONE would own one if nothing else but for the name alone.

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u/An_Old_IT_Guy May 16 '21

I'm not the fig plucker. I'm not the fig plucker's son. But I'll pluck figs until the fig plucker comes.

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u/Delicious-Hot-Dog May 16 '21

Sucking plucked figs puckers my fig sucking lips, but pro fig suckers know that plucked figs suck compared to sucking figs you dig. I part my fig sucking lips to suck thick digged figs. Fig pluckers suck the figs they pluck, but diggers suck plumper sucking figs with plumper puckered fig sucking lips.

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u/ems9595 May 16 '21

I have read this 3 times. Awesome!

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u/AttackEverything May 16 '21

Can't you like, sharpen it?

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u/Cultjam May 16 '21

These would be good for removing pecans from their pods without staining your fingers. And I’m jealous of your fig tree.

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u/jcirgw May 16 '21

What’s it called?

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u/ThatOBrienGuy May 16 '21

If you could fit it over some fisherman's gloves (the kind you wear when filleting fish) you'd probably be fine. Or if you went a step further and got a chainmail fish glove and just removed the thumb part

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u/spiffyloafers May 16 '21

Could the blade be easily sharpened? Real question no sarcasm

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u/moralsdontexist May 16 '21

These reddit promos are getting more and more sophisticated!

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u/Shoelace1200 May 16 '21

Everyone's talking about wiping their face, but I'd be more worried out my three other unprotected fingers

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u/sirjonsnow May 16 '21

I've been using these for a while and I never worry about my two other unprotected fingers.

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u/Haulinkin May 16 '21

Yeah, you get so used to them that after a while you don't even think about your one other unprotected finger.

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u/Yonbuu May 16 '21

It's been an amazing adventure learning to type with my nose.

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u/appdevil May 16 '21

You are lucky, once my nose was scratching and long story short I'm not snoring anymore.

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u/Cerebrist May 16 '21 edited May 16 '21

I’m literally just a single eyeball. I’ve lost all other parts now due to the fig-plucker 3000

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u/gruesomeflowers May 16 '21

Well you've got it good. I'm just a disembodied fig floating in the Ethan

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u/thrhooawayyfoe May 16 '21

I haven't seen Ethan since his parents split up and he had to change schools man how's he doing?

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u/Cerebrist May 16 '21

He’s...struggling. Keeps talking about a “fig” floating inside him or something. The divorce really messed him up

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u/4skinphenom69 May 16 '21

What the figging pluck

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u/BatterymanFuelCell May 16 '21

What unprotected finger?

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u/impulse_thoughts May 16 '21

Ethan? Ethan Winters? That you?

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u/RyanBordello May 16 '21

I work at a farm and was given these to use for our strawberry harvest but I still prefer to use my actual thumb to pinch and my nail to pop the vine from the calex. I cant seem to get used to them and prefer to not use those at all. Plus people lose those things and now we've got little plastic finger condoms and finger knives in the grass

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u/HavanaWoody May 16 '21

I use my nails like this too, however prolonged use greatly increases exposure to fungus that can take years to get rid of. I will continue to use my natural nail, but I definitely am going to find some of these for extended task like harvest or pruning,

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u/Lieutenant3 May 16 '21

I see what you did there

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u/peanutski May 16 '21

Yea you need some protection from the blade. Maybe with my distance between the cutting area and the fingers. If there is more distance we can make the blade longer. Instead of another finger to put pressure for the cut we can use another blade for that pressure. Will cut easier. We’ll call them scissors.

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u/Hey_Hoot May 16 '21

I don't understand why your head wouldn't recognize it has a sharp tool in it's hand just like when you don't wipe your face holding a knife or working with a razor.

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u/AlwaysHopelesslyLost May 16 '21

I worked as a mechanic. Without fail, every day, for a year, I would wipe my face with a gloved hand covered in some chemical you don't want on your skin (e.g. break fluid or block cleaner)

Heck, I got a VR headset last year whose controllers strap to your hand. Nearly everybody that has used it had hit themselves in the head with the controllers.

When you open your hand your brain just assumed you are no longer "holding" anything.

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u/engineerkoala May 16 '21

I like to itch under my nose wearing dirty gloves, resulting in a hitler ‘stache, because my brain is a huge jerk.

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u/AlwaysHopelesslyLost May 16 '21

I scratch the tip of my nose. People love to make fun of me for always having a little black nose lol

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u/KazuyaDarklight May 16 '21

Because it isn't "in" your hand. Ever see someone thoughtlessly touch their face with dirty gloves or the like?

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u/probablyblocked May 20 '21

I'd be concerned about any ninjas yhat attack you not knowing you're wearing actual talons on your hands

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u/-LEGO- May 16 '21 edited May 16 '21

This is a really neat idea until you wipe sweat off your face and wonder why it's red.

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u/daonewithnoteef May 16 '21

Man my balls are itc....

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u/butchbadger May 16 '21

I didn't want children anyway.

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u/_Diskreet_ May 16 '21

Vasectomy surgeons hate this one simple trick.

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u/EntityDamage May 16 '21

This just in: new revolutionary vasectomy tool developed!

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u/dahjay May 16 '21

Introducing the Vegsectomy by Clarkman. Seed your garden then unseed yourself all in one "handy" tool!

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u/sinjidsotw May 16 '21

Pinch and twist off.

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u/eagletreehouse May 16 '21

Ahhhh, the old “Pinch and Twist”! Works every time!

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u/Throw434away May 16 '21

Anyway, I stopped blasting

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u/hiphop_dudung May 17 '21

That's how captain hook died

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u/lpstudio2 May 16 '21

Former baseball pitcher Rick Honeycutt was ejected from a game in 1980 for having a thumbtack taped to his finger so he could scuff the ball.

After being caught and ejected, he sliced his face open wiping sweat off his brow…

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u/Kaymish_ May 16 '21

That's better creativity than the Australian cricket team, they just kept a piece of sandpaper in their pockets.

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u/LunchboxSuperhero May 16 '21

Baseball pitchers have done that too.

Joe Niekro was caught with an emery board and a square of sandpaper stuck to his finger.)

https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2006/10/the-physics-of-baseball-s-most-popular-illegal-pitches.html

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u/driftingfornow May 16 '21

Not big on baseball and didn’t get why scuffing the ball is had. Taking a wild guess, is it because it interrupts the normal aerodynamics of the ball and makes it have a less predictable trajectory?

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u/LunchboxSuperhero May 16 '21

To scuff a ball, the pitcher marks one side with whatever’s handy. (Some pitchers rub the ball against the ground or grate it on a sharpened belt buckle. Joe Niekro was caught with an emery board and a square of sandpaper stuck to his finger.) The pitcher then has to throw the ball in such a way that the scuffed side stays in one place as the ball travels toward the plate. That creates unusual turbulence and can force it to swerve in one direction. (If the scuffed side spins, its effect on the air gets spread out and won’t do much at all.)

https://slate.com/news-and-politics/2006/10/the-physics-of-baseball-s-most-popular-illegal-pitches.html

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u/Khalexus May 16 '21

I think the most surprising thing to me is how much effect scuffing a ball can have over such a short distance. Physics is nuts!

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u/LunchboxSuperhero May 16 '21

Pitchers can already do crazy things without scuffing.

https://gfycat.com/perkyangryibizanhound-pitch-tunneling-gerrit-cole-baseball

How a batter is supposed to hit that, I have no idea.

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u/punkinfacebooklegpie May 16 '21

Wow it's really easy to watch two pitches at once overlaid

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u/Dane1414 May 16 '21 edited May 18 '21

Yeah, took me a while to figure out. I think if you had the context of watching both bitches separately first and then overlaid, this would be amazing. Without that, my brain almost melted out my ears trying to figure out what I was looking for.

E: I’ll keep the typo of shame, but yes that’s supposed to say “pitches”

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u/Shutterstormphoto May 16 '21

I love watching bitches

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u/LunchboxSuperhero May 16 '21

I was trying to show pitches that are nearly identical for a long time and then end up in very different places because of spin.

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u/Boofaholic_Supreme May 17 '21

And you did it incredibly well. Thank you

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u/StealYaNicks May 16 '21

That pitcher just split reality into two different timelines. That is fucking talent.

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u/L-methionine May 16 '21

There’s a reason why if you only fail 70% of the time at the plate, you’re considered a good batter

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u/T3hSwagman May 16 '21

Crazy thing to me is his form and the initial travel of the ball seems to be near identical.

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u/LunchboxSuperhero May 16 '21

It's called pitch tunneling. The idea it to make the pitches look as similar as possible for as long as possible so the batter has less time to identify the pitch and decide if they want to swing.

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u/oogagoogaboo May 16 '21

Yep. A properly placed scuff can make a baseball curve harder

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u/driftingfornow May 16 '21

Thank you that’s what I anticipated.

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u/fren4u May 16 '21

If you ain't cheating, you ain't trying!

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u/Habitual_Crankshaft May 16 '21

Said Smokey Yunick (look him up).

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u/Picturesquesheep May 16 '21

Same is true for cricket by the way. Scuff one side and polish the other so it swings in the air. Cricket ball tactics get way more in depth than that, as the ball is leather and deteriorates from being smacked off the ground and bat. In a 5 day test match there will be a new ball every 80 overs (or more, fielding team can choose. An over is 6 bowls).

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u/FletchForPresident May 16 '21

Interrupts the normal aerodynamics of the ball to make breaking pitches like curve balls and sliders have more pronounced and extreme movement.

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u/Megatron_McLargeHuge May 16 '21

They normally get the ball to curve by spinning it so the laces disrupt the airflow on one side more than the other. You can exaggerate the effect by scuffing the ball or by using spit or oil to make one side slick. The spitball used to be legal but damaging the ball is against the rules for obvious reasons.

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u/Nincadalop May 16 '21

Do people really use their hand to wipe of sweat? Elbow gang where you at?

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u/randompersononplanet May 16 '21

I wonder how tf you wipe the sweat of your face then. You do that shit with the back of your hand

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u/MKorostoff May 16 '21

Oh look, reddit reacts to a novel idea by falling all over themselves to prove their superior intellect by finding the "flaw." I like to imagine reddit being around for other inventions.

Reddit reacts to the invention of scissors:

"good luck cleaning those, and also those blades are gonna be dull in like 5 seconds with metal rubbing against metal."

"This sounds good and all, but as soon as there's any heat or humidity those blades are gonna warp and they won't close smoothly like in the video."

"Do you want cut off fingers? Because this is how you get cut off fingers."

"Or you could just use a knife like a normal person!"

(Inventor quietly puts invention back in drawer, moves on with life).

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u/punkinfacebooklegpie May 16 '21

Lol. Deadly accurate. Are people really going to forget they're wearing a knife on their fingers? I don't try to wipe sweat/scratch my ass/put in my contact lenses while holding scissors ffs. It's kind of hard to forget there's something in your hand.

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u/pingo5 May 16 '21

I mean, yeah. If you're wearing something on your hand rather than something in your hand it's a lot easier to forget and have an autopilot eye itch moment.

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u/HokieScott May 16 '21

It’s the same when the ban lifted to pump your own gas in Oregon happened. People thought mass fires, gas running down every street and, mass car explosions. Like 48 other states we can pump our own gas.

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u/Shutterstormphoto May 16 '21

Wait you can pump your own gas now? Since when?

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u/Icantbethereforyou May 16 '21

You sound like you need a cup of tea

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u/MKorostoff May 16 '21

You sound like you need a cuppa teas nuts

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u/scottshilala May 16 '21

I don’t even know why that’s so funny, but I blew snot out of my nose and everything. Thanks, brother

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u/Bruised_Penguin May 16 '21

Lol you're absolutely right. Reddit is so pedantic.

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u/_wormburner May 16 '21

You just aren't from le smartest generation!

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u/Bruised_Penguin May 16 '21

Yea man I cant count the times I was painting at work and I went to wipe my face and forgot I had a 3" angled sash brush in my hand.

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u/tylerawn May 16 '21

You wipe your face weird

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u/SCP_Musume May 16 '21

Just watch One Piece

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u/bysigningupyouagree8 May 16 '21

Worked on a tobacco farm throughout middle school and high school. We would have to walk whole fields a couple of times a year and break off all the flowers. Hands would get real sticky and fingers would blister from snapping 5 acres worth of stalks. This would’ve been especially helpful

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u/nunsigoi May 16 '21

“Wow this is so useful, why didn’t i find this sooner!” , i think to myself, marvelled at the work i got done in such a short period of time.

I then look up at the afternoon sun and think life is good.

Wiping the sweat from my brow, i slice my eye, because i have a knife attached to my thumb. Im now blind. Innovation is bad for stupid people like me

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u/sildurin May 16 '21

I wipe the sweat from my face with the back of my hand. Smearing it with the fingers is a new concept for me.

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u/Haxorz7125 May 17 '21

I’m seeing people saying it’s gonna cut up their faces but I can’t say I’ve ever tried to use the tip of my thumb to wipe my brow.

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u/Dob_Tannochy May 16 '21

I guess keep you away from knives, power tools, and firearms.

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u/Anestis_Delias May 16 '21

Or classical guitars.

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u/meh4ever May 16 '21

I’m just sitting here now wondering if I’ve been wiping sweat from my brow wrong my entire life because apparently everyone would cut the shit out of their face with one of these on and I can’t fathom how that would happen.

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u/punkinfacebooklegpie May 16 '21

Are you really going to forget you're wearing a glove knife? Isn't it basically the same as holding any other tool? I don't worry about accidentally stabbing myself when i use scissors.

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u/Old_Ape May 16 '21 edited May 16 '21

For the gardener who only cuts tiny little stems and never their finger …

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u/ideal_NCO May 16 '21

Ugh, stripping thyme is the absolute worst!

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u/Old_Ape May 16 '21

That’s a good idea yes. Certainly not useless, I just wouldn’t use it to prune.

The herb stripper would be specialized tool. Or a weird uncle?

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u/SaintWacko May 16 '21

Yeah, this would be great for harvesting my aerogarden

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u/hungrydruid May 16 '21

This was my thought too! Comments are jumping all over this and I just... kind of want a set though.

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u/punkinfacebooklegpie May 16 '21

Pounds? Jesus Christ, why? Are you a fake weed dealer?

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u/mrdotkom May 16 '21

Whatchu using a pound or thyme or rosemary a week for?

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u/tissuesforreal May 16 '21

I would be the guy hacking at a large branch for several hours with this thing so I can tell people I cut a branch clean off with my thumb.

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u/Dan6erbond May 16 '21

Ooh what a unique condom!

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u/nonsequiturnonsense May 16 '21

Cannibal Corpse song intensifies

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u/phil67 May 16 '21

Anally penetrated with a garden thumb tool!

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u/ktchch May 16 '21

Jesus reddit is full of weirdos

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u/Jeffscrazy May 16 '21

Is ‘Jesus Reddit’ the Christian version of normal Reddit?

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u/heisenberg747 May 16 '21

I'm guessing there's a lot more weirdos on Jesus Reddit than normal Reddit.

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u/Dmitri_ravenoff May 16 '21

Just a different kind of weirdo.

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u/Edouard-Edy May 16 '21

Can we really call it a "SPECIALIZED TOOL" as it can be use for a lot of different things ?

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u/Dahkeus May 16 '21

It's a neat tool, so it'll get up-voted plenty, but it's at least more specialized than some of the other neat tools that get posted here.

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u/RichardsLeftNipple May 16 '21

All my specialised tools are boring as hell. Most of them are very particular square pegs that go into very unique and rare square holes.

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u/OldManPaul07734 May 16 '21

Maybe it only fits one person's thumb?

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u/heisenberg747 May 16 '21

One size fits none but one.

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u/heisenberg747 May 16 '21

That ship sailed a long time ago on this sub. It might as well be called unique or interesting tools, because the mods have made it clear that they don't give a hot fuck about whether or not it's specialized.

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u/rafter613 May 16 '21

OP: Shows clip of tool being used for five different things

What a specialized tool!

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u/PurpleProboscis May 16 '21

It's doing one thing to five different objects. Not really the same thing.

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u/Parapsaeon May 16 '21

But aren’t all of those five different things ‘cutting plants?’

It’s not purely specialized but I’m not a mod or a gatekeeper. I appreciated the post

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u/rafter613 May 16 '21

Yeah, I'm just grumpy :p

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u/avalanchethethird May 16 '21

It's used for the same thing on different plants

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u/Old_Fat_White_Guy May 16 '21

Multiple uses is its specialty....

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u/TheDisGardener May 16 '21

Yea I'm just gonna stick to my pruning sheers that will last a hell of alot longer than some dish gloves with finger nails

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u/Gr1pp717 May 16 '21

This seems like the opposite of practical. There's tons of cutting tools that don't rely on your flesh being in the way of the blade.

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u/fsblrt May 16 '21

Who needs their index finger anyway 🤷

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u/landon1397 May 16 '21

Its kinda unnecessary

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u/mrdotkom May 16 '21

The index finger has a finger condom on it too. The bade is probably not sharp enough to pierce the thick rubber

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u/ByHelheim May 16 '21

Tbh, I bought this both for my mom and bf 'cuz they like gardening and none of them uses. They say its just easier with knife.

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u/turtlewhisperer23 May 16 '21

Is it though?

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u/Eternal-Guard May 16 '21

Hell yeah it is. And I want one. This would make cutting the ends off fresh green beans way faster.

Edit: found out they are called a thumb knife.

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u/Warpedme May 16 '21

If you do buy it, please post an update here on how well it does or did not work when you get it. I think all of us who garden would be interested in a real world opinion

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u/Caul__Shivers May 16 '21

I just ordered a 2 pack, and another one that came with these gloves that had little claws on the ends of the fingers for diggin lil holes.

It's gonna be cool

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u/edsobo May 16 '21

Those gloves sound handy. Where did you get them? I'm always using my hands instead of a spade because I feel like I get better control over what I'm doing.

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u/Caul__Shivers May 16 '21

Amazon bro.

Copy and paste this into amazon.

Garden Silicone Thumb Knife Separator Finger Knife Harvesting Plant Knife Plant Gardening Gifts Trim Garden Vegetable Gardening Tools(Large Silicone Thumb Knife)"

There's a two pack of the finger cutter thingys, click on that and select the size or quantity or color tab button (you know the one) and it comes in a set. You get the claw gloves and one pair of the finger cutters. Hope they live to the hype lol

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u/stuartiscool May 16 '21

I mean, i do like 10 at once with a knife and it takes 2 seconds. I cant imagine how this would be way faster.

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u/lastofthepirates May 16 '21

A few tasks, I guess. Someone mentioned soft stemmed fruit. But for a lot of gardening uses, there is absolutely no way this is sharp enough for a clean cut. A clean cut can be important for plant health.

I imagine some deadheading and fruit picking tasks could utilize this well enough. But sometimes even a clean tear is better than a blunt, crushing cut. Maybe ok in some light kitchen tasks.

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u/afitz_7 May 16 '21

Seems like they can have a large variety of uses so not very specialized. It’s a cool and useful but not so specialized tool.

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u/NW_Tree_Octopus May 16 '21

All i can see it doing is cutting things, and even then, really just long skinny things. Cant imagine a large variety.

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u/Blu-tang May 16 '21

Or stealing roses from the neighbours when I walk the dog

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u/zelda_shortener May 16 '21

Or stealing noses from the neighbors kids…

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u/heisenberg747 May 16 '21

/proplifting

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u/mykilososa May 16 '21

“Edward Fiskarhands”

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u/dedasdude May 16 '21

Whats wrong with using snips?

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u/mathildas_pot May 16 '21

I wanna cut all the erasers in half right now!!!!

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u/Lerium May 16 '21

This will probably be great for trimming leaves from weed plants.

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u/WarmNights May 16 '21

I like scissors

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u/EMProphet223 May 16 '21

Practical? Maybe... Guaranteed to be lost some where in my bag, Absolutely.

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u/nodadwhataboutyou May 16 '21

So, a thumbnail?

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u/WildSide_VR May 16 '21

Imagine having nails that were useful. Human claws are trash. So we invent claws to put over our fingernails...

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u/stivo May 16 '21

Looks like 1 bush away from a repetitive strain injury.

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u/alt-to-go May 16 '21

Impractical...

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u/El-JeF-e May 16 '21

This but without the knife blades, for eating doritos while gaming

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u/ebrum2010 May 16 '21

Pro Tip: Don't forget to take these off before scratching your balls.

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u/RzK May 16 '21

I can't see how this is better than a knife for the peppers and gardening trimmers for the plants

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u/Ok-Solid-8010 May 16 '21

Take my money 💰

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u/[deleted] May 16 '21

One, two, three, four, I declare a thumb war.

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u/osaycanyoupc May 16 '21

“My nose itches”

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u/Pianos_for_Clowns May 16 '21

That definitely looks like something I'd manage to chop the tip of my finger off with.

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u/Hephf May 16 '21

I'd loose my fingertips. Not coordinated enough for this. This is danger for me lol.

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u/KYbebop May 16 '21

I'd fuck up and scratch my balls by mistake.

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u/dankomz146 May 17 '21

Peaky blinders - "Beginning"

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u/[deleted] May 17 '21

Looks effective; just take it off before peeing ok

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u/MurderDoneRight May 16 '21

Until you pick your nose

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u/SimplyFUBAR May 16 '21

You pick your nose with your thumb?! Teach me your tricks.

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u/el_searcho92 May 16 '21

Yeah but this is just being a jackass, we have scissors.

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u/AfterShave92 May 16 '21

Or even more specialized for gardening. Secateurs.

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u/Euphoric_Service2540 May 16 '21

Uhh, my balls are inching, let just take care of that and get back to work..AAAARRRRGGGG!

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u/bigfatfloppyjolopy May 16 '21

Just use a knife you Morons.

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u/wonteatfish May 16 '21

Does it come in a lefty model?

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u/PM_ME_UR_G00CH May 16 '21

Just grow out your thumb nail lol

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