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Who Uses Tweezers?

By Greg Johnson on Mar 31, 2014 at 08:44 AM in Tweezers and Forceps

Whenever I'm asked, "Who uses Tweezers?" My answer is always, "Everyone is a potential customer".  I point out that most likely everyone in the room owns a pair of tweezers.  Tweezers are an extension of our fingers.  

 

Potential customers are scientists working in research labs at universities, electronic assemblers building guidance systems for the military or cell phone repair technicians.  I have seen tweezers being used in cabinet shops to remove splinters and even on CSI, Miami, to inspect hair samples found at a crime scene.  I'll bet your mother uses tweezers!  

 

To further emphasize that everyone is a potential customer, a Point of Sale report last year identified 2 Excelta tweezers being sold and shipped to Chuck-E-Cheese in one mid western state.  If they need Excelta tweezers at Chuck-E-Cheese, the potential customer base is unlimited.  Selling Excelta tweezers is easy.  All you have to do is ask for the order.