God Hand PN-120 single-edged nippers
About this deal
Young surf lifesavers are often between the ages of 5 and 14 years old, in clubs across Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. Most of the surf lifesavers don’t patrol the beach. The focus is usually on fun and surfing. How do you make your nippers sharp again? The ultimate nipper consists of the cutting blade and the single edged structure which creates super clean cutting surface. The essence of Ultimate Nipper is the thin and sharp like knife, “Cutting Edge”. Ultra-thin “cutting edge” is created one by one by a well experienced craftsmanship in Tsubame-Sanjo, Niigata prefecture, Japan.
SPN-120 Ultimate Nipper - Newtype GodHand SPN-120 Ultimate Nipper - Newtype
For people who paint plastic models, this is the best nipper to use because when they cut along the edge, it leaves no remains of the gate. It leaves with a clean cut section. This shortens the time spent on filing the gate. Searching Reddit’s r/gunpla/ community the other day, I saw a post titled “ What’s the single best nipper after God Hand?” To this poster, the fact that the God Hand Ultimate Nipper is undeniably number one on the nipper ranking isn’t up for debate.
Master Grade (MG) is a line of Gunpla kits based on Mobile Suit Gundam anime series. It was first produced by Bandai in 1995 as part of the Gundam 15th Anniversary project. Master Grade gundams are 1/100 scale kits designed and made to higher standards than High Grade (HG) kits but fall under Perfect Grade (PG) kits. A selection of models and figures from the world of anime including Evangelion, Macross to Patlabor and many others.
GodHand Ultimate Nipper 5.0: Kikatek UK
GodHand GodHand, established in 2010, are famous for their high precision products that have become legendary in the modelling community.
If you look at the full size image you're going to notice that the cut isn't quite flat. Rather it forms a very slight peak in the center of the cut. The edges are also a little rough. Gundam Plastic models, Gundam Plamo, or Gunpla (ガンプラ, Ganpura) are model kits depicting the mecha machinery and characters of the fictional Gundam multiverse by Bandai. These kits became popular among mecha anime fans and model enthusiasts in Japan and nearby Asian countries beginning in the 1980s. Gundam modeling spread in the 1990s with North America and Europe being exposed to Gundam through television and manga. The name Gunpla derives from the phrase “Gundam plastic model”, since most kits are made of plastic. This pair of sprue cutters costs about the same as gold, or so it seems, but they are WELL worth the price. They cut through plastic sprue like a knife through soft butter. They are an extremely well crafted precision cutting tool, and given how much a modeler uses their sprue cutters, investing in a good pair is a good idea. But these cutters aren't good, they are GREAT. Highly recommended for any serious modeler of plastic model kits.