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The only one that I know that has a large handle on it for a seam ripper - is the one that Fons and Porter sells - the handle is a larger grip that is supposed to easy to use and not hurt your hand or wrist. I have one - but do not notice any difference as my hand doesn't hurt to use either one.
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she moves very carefully, but she gets it done very acturatly.
Some people use a very good pair of scissors open in the hand, and it works quite well. I have used a large one sided blade and it has to be done carefully. I have also used my cutter that has a large
handle on it, but again it has to be used carefully. A cutter that I use is really for opening boxes or cutting dry wall apart. But, I have used it. Good luck. I know for cutting material, I have gone
to using the suction handled that I push on, while I cut material.
Works great. Happy Healing!:)
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Sometimes I use an eyebrow razor - you can buy them at WalMart or the pharmacy. It's a blade but not as big and awkward as a rotary cutter.