JBL ProScape Tools

Just the right tools for every ProScaper for designing and maintaining scapes

The JBL ProScape tools meet the requirements of the professional aquascaping perfectly. They are produced from high-quality steel, made in Japan, (with an extremely smooth surface) for scissors with the best quality and the highest cutting precision. The pincers have crosswise fluted tips to hold the plants optimally without squeezing them. All instruments have an ideal weight for fatigue-free handling. Scaping an aquarium couldn’t be more fun!

Aquascaping champions will explain what each JBL ProScape tool is needed for:

JBL ProScape Tool SP straight : It is practically impossible to shape the ground-covering material neatly without the two-sided JBL trowel.

JBL ProScape Tool S straight : The straight scissors are required to remove the rock wool or even the gelatine from the in vitro plants. First you cut the roots at least 50% back and then you rake the rock wool out of the roots with the tips of the scissors.

JBL ProScape Tool P slim line : On long roots, e.g. from Cryptocorynes, the combing out of the rock wool works better with the slim line pincers than with the scissors. When inserting the plants we use the slender pincers to place the plants deep into the ground.

JBL ProScape Tool S spring : In addition to the cutting of moss the spring scissors are ideally suited to remove the plant leaves before insertion. Especially when many leaves have to be removed, the fatigue-free work with the JBL spring scissors is a real relief.

JBL ProScape Tool S curved : Those who want to cut leaves in a set up aquarium can’t manage without angled scissors. Always cut the leaves as close as possible to the base of the plant!

JBL ProScape Tool S wave : Wave scissors are the best way to get a grip on lawn fields under water.

: Long pincers are vital when inserting plants. For single plants many professionals prefer the straight version ( JBL ProScape Tool P straight ), whereas several plants together are often more easily inserted with the curved pincers ( JBL ProScape Tool P curved ).

© 22.07.2017
Heiko Blessin
Heiko Blessin

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