Our high-performance T7 Avocado Trimming Tool is a must-have addition to your ceramic tool arsenal.
The avocado shape is perfect for rounding out bowls and other curvy pieces. The flat round-shaped handle makes for a bonus sculpting tool. Grab this ceramic trimming tool soon!
- The avocado-shaped trimming tool is 30 mm-wide
- A flat, round-shaped handle can be used as a bonus sculpting tool
- The beautiful hardwood handle measures 12 mm x 12 mm x 16 cm
- The optimized blade is extremely sharp, never dulls, and resists breaking and rusting
- Unique optimized blade design to reduce chattering
- Each T7 tool comes with one free spare blade; additional spare blades available for purchase
- Wood grain may vary
- High-performance pottery wheel trimming
- Shave off thin, rounded ribbons
- Smooth transition from foot to pot
- Also great for carving, shaving, sculpting, and scraping
- Blades are stainless steel and never need sharpening
- Blades are the same sharpness on both sides, right- or left-handed
- Use all safety precautions
- Keep out of the reach of children
- S1: The Sticky Pad grips a piece and adds extra stability, making trimming easier
- S4: This Trimming Spinner stabilizes your piece and helps you make division hash marks
I've been wanting to invest in a diamondcore tool for what feels like a lifetime! And I finally did. I did, I decided. I will spend the money on a quality tool. But then what shape?! I picked the T7 avocado shape, because I assumed it would be very similar to the standard (very versatile) large loop tool we all know and love.
Now don't get me wrong. The blade is lovely, and I was immediately kicking myself for not taking the diamondcore plunge sooner. Buuuuut, I really don't love the shape. Or rather I should say, the size of the shape. It's too small, and it feels really limiting when I'm using it. I wish I had gone with a different shape. Maybe if this was like my 4th diamondcore too, it would be a welcome addition to the arsenal. But it's not. I guess I just expected more of a workhorse, and kinda feel like I got a 1 trick pony. But I'm still saving up and looking forward to my 2nd diamondcore.