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The raised lettering ruins it, gave me blisters!
I bought this expecting great things because of the praise for the line that I read everywhere for them. When I started crocheting a few years ago, I bought an ergonomic set of 12 hooks here for the cost of two Clover hooks & was told constantly that they couldn't compete with the Clovers. Well, I disagree. I love my "cheap knockoffs" & they have served me perfectly. I use the 5.5mm so much that I wanted a second hook on hand. So I decided to invest in a Clover one & to see what all of the hype was. I was so excited for it to arrive. I have mixed feelings about it though. The metal hook & shaft are excellent and my yarn just glides along. But the raised lettering on the handle have ruined this product for me. Two words at the bottom are so irritating that they have rubbed blisters on my finger & hand! I don't understand why they felt the need to raise these ("Clover" & "Japan") instead of having them engraved or indented like the size "5.5mm" is. I'm so tempted to get a razor blade and scrape them off. I think that's the only way that I will be able to use this "premium" product. But I'm afraid that I will ruin the handle. So I don't know what to do to solve the issue. Has nobody else ever had this problem? Going back to my cheap hook now...
3Easy to use and the light weight is great for sore hands
I was worried when I felt how lightweight the hook is, but after using it for 6+ hours a day for a week or so I realized how wrong I was! The light weight is so beneficial for longer crocheting sessions, and really helps relieve/prevent strain. Very happy.
5Perfect for dreads
I purchased the 0.60 size and it is fantastic! Very sturdy, and easy to use. Perfect for dreading hair! Highly recommended.
5Not the same Amour Crochet Hook
This is billed as an "Amour Crochet Hook", however it's not the same material as the Amour set https://www.amazon.com/Clover-3672-Amour-Crochet-sizes/dp/B00B2CCA6W/ref=sr_1_3?crid=SY9ZWJZ2IU88&keywords=clover+crochet+hooks&qid=1559518375&s=gateway&sprefix=clover+%2Caps%2C135&sr=8-3This hook is plastic and the handle is a firm plastic-feel handle. The Clover Amour hooks in the set have smooth-as-glass, aluminum hooks, with soft, silicon-like grips that are easier on the hand. This hook feels cheap.
1Clover Amour crochet hooks.
I've been crocheting for 3 years. I've tried from the inexpensive hooks, Boye, Susan Bates, to the middle range Crochet Guy, to the more expensive Addi, passing through bamboo, rosewood, and other sophisticated wooden hooks. Nothing compares to the easiness of crocheting with Clover Amour hooks. For about a year I been using exclusively the Amour aluminum hooks in the only available sizes they had, No. 2.25 to No. 6 being the largest. When I saw they now had sizes 6.5 to 10 for thicker yarns I wanted to try one first before purchasing a set. I made the decision to buy the elusive, in the US market, No. 7. I was not sure what to expect because the hook was made of plastic instead of its aluminum smaller counterparts, but I was not disappointed, in fact, a week later I ordered sizes 6.5, 8, 9 and 10. To me, the Amour hooks are the most comfortable, smooth, perfect shaped hooks in the market. I only crochet with yarn so I have not tried the smaller steel Amour hooks.
5Not the same quality as other Clover hooks
Last year I bought a set of Clover Amour hooks at a local craft store, and they're amazing. While this one comes under the same brand/style, it is not the same quality. The hook part is hard plastic, instead of metal. The grip is also hard plastic, instead of the nice rubberized grip on my other hooks (which allow me to crochet for hours with no discomfort). For close to $9 for one hook, I expected better. It's not a size I will use often - it's for a couple of specific projects - so it will do, but I'm disappointed.
2This crochet hook is the best!
I was ordering a set of crochet hooks that included a multitude of sized because I needed some larger hooks, size 9 or 10 and this came up as an add on buy. I am happy as can be that I made this additional purchase. This hook is plastic with a rubber like grip. When ordering the other set, I hadn't given consideration to the weight of a metal hook in such a large size. This one is the MOST COMFORTABLE hook I own. Now I look for things I can crochet with this size hook. I am going to order more hooks like this one. Hoping they have the same hook in smaller sizes.
5Love the feel, easy to use and easy on the hand
The hook is smooth and does slide over the yarn easy, it is a very easy handle to hold and work with. The handle is round which fits the hand and takes the stress off your hand and wrist. Looks to be made of good quality and long lasting for many years if I can keep the pups away from it. They have chewed up my last two plastic ends and I refused to buy another whole bag of difference size needles when I only needed this size lol. The plastic or rubber seems to be stronger than the other ones I have bought. It might just hold up if the pup does get a hold of it.I am very happy with this one so I bought another one to set back just in case.
5Comfortable grip but is it really 1.75mm?
I love Clover hooks for the comfortable grip but I do have to question the sizing on these. I had a project which called for a 1.75mm hook and specific yarn so I dove in using this one. It was amigurumi so I expected it to work up very tightly, and I tend to work tightly anyway, but the hook still seemed too small. The piece ended up looking very bizarre so I started troubleshooting with my decision being that I really just needed a larger hook.I started digging around my hook stash and came up with a 1.80 Boyle. It was the same size as the 1.75 Clover. A 2mm hook from Knitpicks was a huge jump in comparison. In the photo the hook on the right is the 1.75mm Clover and the hook on the left is a 1.75mm hook of unknown providence - I think it's a German brand.I guess this is a lesson to trust instinct rather than what size the hook claims to be. I still love the hook but I will have to remember that Clover seems to run quite small.
4Must have for double strand or thick yarn projects.
I have 4 other 8mm L hooks and this one is by far the best. It is lightweight, smooth and perfectly pointy for all projects. Im using with a double strand worsted weight and some hooks spilt the double strand, but this one does not. I couple metal hooks i have are super heavy and it is hard on my hards to crochet thick yarn and tight stitches. Im throwing out all of my other 8mm hooks.This is lightweight and awesome. Buy it is you like light hooks and need a big 8mm. Lightweight is definitely key when using heavy/thick yarn.Buy it, you wont be disappointed. Take it from someone who crochets for hours everyday to keep up with my etsy store orders.
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