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Old 07-26-2007, 10:14 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Which one is better. The tools on the ADA web site are super expensive are they surgical? I gots a couple of surgical stuff made in germany these are great. Though it is mainly the shape of the tweesers On the ADA web site. I dont know how much my surgical stuff costed but its carbide edged, both the tweeser and the scissors that I got. Are ADA stuff Carbide edged? Is the ADA stuff worth the cost? (tweesers are like 50 bucks) keep in mind that I live in Hawaii. So the shipping is probably a quarter to a half of the actual price. Which is better ADA or Surgical tools
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I use this inexpensive aquascaping tool kit (similar to azgardens.com kit). It works as well as the ADA aquascaping scissors and tweezers for our purposes.

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Sweet! Thanks for the link John. I didn't even know this sort of a kit existed!

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