Best Budget Tweezer Sets for Jewelry Making

Best Budget Tweezers for Jewelry Making
Which Tweezers to Use for Jewelry Making? Choosing the right tweezers could be confusing for beginners. I'm here to help you choose. Let's see if there's any difference in quality and the ability to pick up solder chips.

Which Tweezers to Use for Jewelry Making?

 
Choosing the right tweezers could be confusing for beginners. I’m here to help you choose. I’m going to review three different brands of tweezers. I need new tweezers anyway. I only had one left and the tips no longer meet. I also lose this pair from time to time so I need spares.
 
I can’t remember where did I get this from so I chose three different tweezer sets to review. Let’s see if there’s any difference in quality and the ability to pick up solder chips. Because as you can see here, solder chips are tiny. Third-hand tweezers are generally a little too big compared to precision tweezers.
 
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TWEEZERS REVIEWED IN THE VIDEO

1. $29 Goot Precision Tweezers.

Okay, let’s start with the most expensive one of the bunch, Goot Precision Tweezers. This set of five tweezers comes in a nice metal tin box. The tweezers, as you can see, all have straight tips aside from one. The tips are neatly covered with plastic tube caps.   Let’s analyze this set.  

Goot Precision Tweezers. Set of Five.

FIRST LOOK: this tweezers set is confident and sexy, exuding quality from the get-go.   

BRAND CLAIM: This tweezers kit is made of high-quality and durable stainless steel, which is resistant to most acids and other corrosive agents.   

MY THOUGHTS: $29 is definitely not the most expensive price for jewelry-making tweezers. There are far more expensive tweezers that you can buy. But honestly, I just don’t want to spend that kind of money on tweezers. If they pick up solder chips, I’m good. Because that’s all I need it for, to pick up solder chips. Okay, that was a lie, I also need it to pick up and arrange small elements on my jewelry pieces. Overall, the tips meet really well, ground smoothly and precisely. I like the feel of it.   This is a good set. It comes in quality tin storage as a bonus. There is a pair of tweezers with blunt tips. They can also pick up solder chips well.  

Would I keep this set? YES.


2. $24 Rhone Instruments Eyelash Extension Tweezers. 

Let’s check out the next set, Rhone Instruments Lash Extension Tweezers! They come in this nice gold pouch. This set sold as beauty tweezers. They’re for putting on fake eyelashes.  

Rhône Instruments Eyelash Extension Tweezers. Set of Five.
Rhône Instruments Eyelash Extension Tweezers. Set of Five.

FIRST LOOK: Look how pretty they are! They come in plasma-coated surgical steel, all rainbow-like! I like the fact that most of them actually are with bent tips. Bent tips are more ergonomic to handle, in my experience.  

BRAND CLAIM: This tweezers set is made of surgical-quality Japanese steel, that won’t easily rust.  

MY THOUGHTS: This tweezer set feels like quality tweezers, just as good as the first set. The colors are super pretty and tips meet tightly, which is really nice. They’re suitable for my needs.   They pick up tiny solder chips easily. They came with closed silicone caps to protect the tips.  

Like I said, they’re sold as beauty products but I don’t see why I cannot use this for jewelry making. I love, love, love, all the different bent tips. There’s actually only one pair with straight tips out of five.   Bent tips on tweezers are useful to access deeper crevices and odd angles. I just really like bent tips for that. You can do all kinds of things with straight-tipped tweezers but to me, bent tips are more precise. That’s why I love that this comes in four different bent tips.  

Would I keep this set? YES.


3. $12 Wolfride Precision Tweezers.

The last but not least, Wolfride Tweezers! Four pairs of straight-tipped tweezers with a pair of bent-tipped tweezers. This set comes in a fancy-looking box. #sarcasm. The packaging is the least impressive but what can you expect from a twelve dollars set of five tweezers?  

Wolfride Stainless Steel Tweezers Precision Tweezers. Set of Five.
Wolfride Stainless Steel Tweezers Precision Tweezers. Set of Five.

FIRST LOOK: Aesthetically speaking, this set is quite attractive with decorative holes on the shank.  

BRAND CLAIM: Made of stainless steel, wear-resisting, rust protection, anti-corrosion.

MY THOUGHTS: Overall feel of the tweezers is less heavy and slightly thinner than the Goot set. Although, I have to say that this set feels a little bit more solid to hold than my old pair. My old one feels so flimsy to hold now compared to this one.   This is definitely a quality set of tweezers for twelve dollars. The tips are well-grounded and aligned. They pick up solder chips well. If you are new and just getting started with jewelry making, this set is the one to get! Five pairs of tweezers for twelve dollars.   They also come with a blunt-tipped pair of tweezers, which will also pick up soldered chips.  

Would I keep this set? YES.


Which tweezer set would you choose?

The hole-y $12 set, the colorful $24 beauty tweezers, or the $29 Goot tweezers? Let me know in the comments.  

L - R: Goot Tweezers, Rhone Instruments Tweezers, Wolfride Tweezers
L – R: Goot Tweezers, Rhone Instruments Tweezers, Wolfride Tweezers

As for me, today’s winner is the $24 Rhone tweezers!

First of all, they’re colorful. Colors are always good because my bench is a mess and colors always stand out and are easier to find. Secondly, I love that there are four different bent tips.      

You know what? I would not reject any of these sets. I would keep any of these and happily use them if they were given to me. But I’m not gonna keep three different sets of tweezers in my house. I think that’s a little bit excessive. So I’m going to keep the beauty tweezers and return the rest. If you want to know where to buy any of these tweezers you can find the listings below.  

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Best Budget Tweezers for Jewelry Making
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