Hand tools and implements, hand-operated; cutlery; side arms, except firearms; razors.
Class 8 includes mainly hand-operated tools and implements for performing tasks, such as drilling, shaping, cutting and piercing.
This Class includes, in particular:-hand-operated agricultural, gardening and landscaping tools;-hand-operated tools for carpenters, artists and other craftspersons, for example, hammers, chisels and gravers;-handles for hand-operated hand tools, such as knives and scythes;-electric and non-electric hand implements for personal grooming and body art, for example, razors, implements for hair curling, tattooing, and for manicure and pedicure;-hand-operated pumps;-table cutlery, such as knives, forks and spoons, including those made of precious metals.This Class does not include, in particular:-machine tools and implements driven by a motor (Cl. 7);-surgical cutlery (Cl. 10);-pumps for bicycle tyres (Cl. 12), pumps specially adapted for use with balls for games (Cl. 28);-side arms being firearms (Cl. 13);-paper knives and paper shredders for office use (Cl. 16);-handles for objects that are classified in various classes according to their function or purpose, for example, walking stick handles, umbrella handles (Cl. 18), broom handles (Cl. 21);-serving utensils, for example, sugar tongs, ice tongs, pie servers and serving ladles, and kitchen utensils, for example, mixing spoons, pestles and mortars, nutcrackers and spatulas (Cl. 21);-fencing weapons (Cl. 28)