great value for the price for todays products.
I lost around $200K in tools and guitars to a burglary. These files are about average for the style they are. Jeweler''s joint files work well, but expect to pay $30-$60 each. A good Swiss Pippin file is $70 each now. I expect the files to load up and keep a Dremel with a BRASS or NYLON brush in it to clean the files. My older files were harder and less springy & broke when stepped on by the thieves. So far these are wearing well. I am not upset with the quality for the price at all, but I have had better. My old ones were Swiss, German, and some UK & USA files. I still easily have $3000 in small Swiss pattern files, so the price is OK for what you get. I always preferred this style nut file not the tapered 2 in one style. The old Ibanez files were VERY nice. They are obviously Japanese too, and a great nut file! These could be a bit nicer, but at what cost??
Reviewed by: Seth Burgin from Phoenix, AZ United States.
on 12/5/2011 7:14:00 AM