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Dowa Fibre Tool Stand

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Dowa Fibre Tool StandDowa Fibre Tool Stand
Dowa Fibre Tool Stand


Stylish tool stand that holds up to 8 scissors.

Brought to you by the people behind Passion scissors and YS Park combs and brushes, the Dowa Fibre Tool Stand is a great storage solution that'll keep loads of your scissors, combs and other styling tools, right where you need them without the risk of them being knocked or dropped.

Its stylish case is packed with removable plastic fibre that grips your tools securely and without risk of damage. The simple and cool design is rounded off with a scissor motif.

Measures 10.5 x 8 x 8 cm.

£24.99 (27.74)
£29.99 (inc. VAT) Why no VAT?
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In comparison with the Detailers it's very close. Blades are the same and power feels similar, both being quite powerful. The wire however is much more substantial and doesn't tangle the same which is a huge plus- the main fault with the detailers. The Hero's are incredibly light and also even smaller than my detailers however the casing bulges out which does get in the way a little bit as a pose to the detailers are the opposite, as they groove in. They look really nice and are overall a great trimmer. If it wasn't for the casing sticking out I couldn't fault them but the wire is a major positive.
Mr. Raymond Simpson
Jul 16, 2015