Dan O (UT) | August 8th, 2022
This is a solid and very well built nipper. However it’s design appears to imply it’s blades are replaceable, but they are not and don’t have replacement blades for purchase.
Mike (MI) | April 12th, 2022
These are very solid for the money. Blades are decently sharp and have held up well so far.
Ryan (NC) | January 3rd, 2022
For the money this is the best nipper I've used. I'ts lightweight, feels good in the hand and cuts effortlessly even thick mono.
Mike (MA) | January 2nd, 2022
Pretty solid nipper for the price. I haven’t had any issues with it yet. It seems pretty sharp over all and a big step up from the cheap pair I use to own.
Jason L (Austin Texas) | December 28th, 2021
The feel of these in between the fingers is great! Highly recommend.
Max Oberbrunner (MN) | November 1st, 2021
Great blades on this nipper, awesome value for the price
KS (DE) | October 10th, 2021
These are very good nippers. much better quality than entry level 8-15$ nippers. Sharp, well made. Nice hook eye cleaner that is sturdy and should not bend easily.
Dave (AR) | September 3rd, 2021
Less expensive than other high end nippers, but great Orvis quality
Rob Wightman (Upstate NY) | August 24th, 2021
I bought 2 of these nippers after loosing my Simms nippers hiking a small brook trout stream. I have them now on fishpond retractors on two of my small packs and they fit in great without adding bulk or weight. These nippers are a great addition to my gear without breaking the bank, are compact and sharp ! You can depend upon Orvis quality, I'm impressed with their construction, they appear well made and presumably will last a long time.
Bob R (SW Virginia) | July 6th, 2021
These nippers are expensive for what they are. But the cheap ones are useless anymore. At least these come sharp and the jaws align well. I do like that they are all metal. The carbide cutting blades also stay sharp quite a bit longer than regular steel nippers.