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Great seam ripperWonderful seam ripper. I've been sewing my whole life, and never had a seam ripper I liked like this. Comfortable grip, sharp, and the rubber tip removes stitch threads in a snap.5Awesome seam ripperI've always used the plain little seam rippers that came with my machine. Those things are functional, but not much else to say about them.This one is the luxury model. Hefty and easy to hold and the rubber thread eraser things are awesome.5Cap Doesn't Fit on Back EndYou cannot put the cap from this seam ripper onto the back end of it like you'd store the cap of a pen. You're liable to misplace the large rubbing end/cap if this happens. There are two grippy rubbing surfaces (one on the back end of the seam ripper and one on the cap) which is nice, but the drawback of the cap not fitting on the back of the unit is a real deal breaker for me. I bought two of these (one for my bf's house), and I'm not sure it's worth my $9 to go through the hassle of returning them, but I hate this product. This is also what I would describe as a giant seam ripper - might be better for someone with arthritis or an old person who can't grip a normal sized seam ripper (the pointed parts, however, are pretty comparable in size), but it is larger than any seam ripper I've ever seen.1I am much more familiar with this than I d like to beI am much more familiar with this than I d like to be. I seem to rip stitches more than I sew. My only complaint about this is that the cap doesn t fit on the back, like a pen, so I keep misplacing it, or he kids hide it on me. This is my spare ripper, I couldn t find mine and since I m always using it, I needed a backup. Luckily it turned up before this arrived. 2 day shipping is pretty quick but sometimes not quick enough!5Handy dandyI really like the two sizes and the rubber ends. Who knew the simple rubber "thread eraser" would work so well? It does.It's easy to hold, however, the lid of one end tends to slip off during use. Nothing replacing the gasket vent solve, I'm sure.5Looks a lot cooler than it actually is.I was very excited to get this because, as many quilters do, I have to remove a lot of seams. :( Unfortunately, this was not worth the money. The hook to tear seams is just fine. However, the lid cannot be placed on the back of the seam ripper when in use! (See pictures.) I am not sure about anyone else who sews, but when I have to take apart a seam I'm generally not in a good mood to begin with. So then add another small piece of a sewing tool that I have to keep track of? Not a good thing. Imagine digging the lid out of the couch cushions, crawling to get it under your sewing table etc. This may not seem like a big deal to others, but I already have enough to keep track of. I don't need a lid getting lost along the way. I am about to chuck this and go back to my cheap generic seam ripper.2Would be great if cap fit over the end:-(Loved the smaller version that I purchased of this type. The rubbery top is great for picking up the little thread snippets when you have had to rip a seam...this one is a nicer size to use for ripping, but the cap does not fit over the top...easier to lose and not as easy to use.3WHAT?I cannot imagine inventing and manufacturing something that the top does not fit on the other end of the item while in use. I don't know about you, but I don't need something else on my craft/sewing table lying around with the potential to get "buried" or lost.3Too delicateAlthough the tip is small enough for removing embroidery stitches, it is also delicate. It broke easily. Luckily, we kept the rubbery device to aid with loose thread removal.2Magical seam ripperDear magical seam ripper,Where have you been my entire sewing life? A big side and a small side. A seam eraser on either end so you don t have to recap to use it. I never knew such a thing existed and spent a million minutes picking tiny pieces of thread out of my sewing boo-boos. Now I just rub the eraser across the fabric and Voil ! Magic.5
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