Seam ripper / one vintage or secondhand sourced hand tool for sewing mending altering upcycling projects

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Description

When you purchase this listing, you will receive one secondhand sourced seam ripper in excellent to as-new condition shipped in 100% reused materials and shipped via ground transit to reduce (by roughly 90% ) the transit-specific emissions tied to your order.

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You’re likely aware that almost all lifecycle emissions for durable goods are generated before those products reach point of sale — hence the quantifiable climate-preserving benefit of choosing to extend the useful life of existing goods rather than purchasing new ones (roughly 90% fewer emissions – often more!).

You may be surprised to learn (as we were — check our discovery at shopjunket.com/data!) that as long as orders aren’t shipped via a plane, freight shipping emissions are surprisingly low on a per-finished-product basis (unlike travel for humans or the compounded -pre-manufacturing transit emissions generated to move raw materials prior to distillation, concentration, etc.). And, since emissions are cumulative, secondhand product is a better choice even if you *are* in need of a rush order of fast turnaround…

We set our shipping rates to accommodate the minimum ground shipping charge for your shipping zone. If we can ship your order via first class mail without involving flight-based transit (typically possible within about 250 miles of Minneapolis based on USPS dynamic shipping zones), we will do so- and we’ll gladly refund the overage.

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Additional information

Weight 0.25 oz
Dimensions 5 × 4 × 0.2 in
Brand

Clover, Vintage mini, Vintage standard

Materials

ethical supply, mixed metal, reuse product, secondhand sourced product, steel, vintage sewing needles, vintage sewing notions

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