833-TWEEZER     PO BOX 20100, Long Beach, CA 90801
Rubis is one of the world's leading manufacturers of precision tweezers and scissors.

Rubis has been making high quality tweezers for 70 years +++


Rubis has been making high quality tweezers for over 70 years. In the beginning, the tweezers were used exclusively in the Swiss watch industry. Only extremely precise and high-quality tweezers could be used to assemble the sensitive mechanical movements of well-known manufacturers such as Patek Philippe, Cartier or Rolex. This gave rise to an independent handicraft tradition at Rubis, which was characterized by a pronounced sense of precision and the beauty of the shape that the Swiss watchmakers have always practiced.


Rubis soon became the market leader. High Quality Tweezers were not only made for the watch industry, but also for other demanding applications in electronics and microelectronics, robotics, telecommunications, space travel, research, biogenetics, pharmaceuticals, laboratories, surgery, microscopy, chemistry, medicine, biology and microbiology. Global companies such as Motorola, General Electric, Siemens, Toshiba, Hewlett Packard and renowned research institutions such as the Fraunhofer Institute and the University of Zurich have been working with Rubis tweezers for years.


You can tell by our large assortment of tweezers that we here at Rubis are way into picking up tiny things. To make sure we're always up to date on the latest in 'tweezing' technology, we're always buying and testing new tweezers. Okay... tweezers aren't exactly the most exciting thing in the world, but they are super handy.

These are nice, solid straight tweezers. They have a very fine tip which allows you to pick up very small parts with precision. This is a great tool to have if you're working with surface mount components or anything with very small parts. The ESD-safe coating will also help prevent electro-static damage to sensitive electronic components. Rubis provides high quality tweezers!


The Rubis products are completely in line with the Bauhaus philosophy, where functional utility and aesthetic form merge into a harmonious unity in the everyday object. This contemporary market orientation has brought success and recognition worldwide. Simplicity is the key to unique elegance.

Rubis was the first company who realized already in 1996 that a simple tool can become an icon of design.


There are a few things that really matter to Swiss people. That is why you can feel it in our products. Precision, for example. This typical Swiss desire to make everything as precise as possible down to the smallest detail, this perfectionism not to give up until everything is exactly the way it should be. It's just inside us. Maybe we developed this passion because the winters in the remote mountain villages used to be so long and we had to do something. The finest movements, for example.



Wow! I never knew it could be so easy to pluck out those annoying little hairs that you can feel but never quite catch in the tweezers! Well, now I can! These are so sharp and grasp the hairs so well. The only problem is getting used to the sharpness, and not cutting or breaking off the hair by not pulling it straight out. Also, these are not for children. I gouged myself pretty good the first time because I was so used to my old, worthless tweezers.