Trademark Class 8: Hand Tools

According to NICE Classification, Trademark Class 8 is opted to register a trademark for hand tools and implements (hand-operated), cutlery, side arms, and razors.

The NICE Classification was established in 1957 by NICE Agreement, and it divides marks into 45 different classes by Goods and Services (Classes 1-34 for Goods and Classes 35-45 for Services). The purpose of these classifications is to allow users to seek trademark goods or services into classes most appropriate to their business.


TM Class 8 includes mainly hand-operated implements used as tools in the respective professions.

Why Should We Opt For TM Class 8?

You would choose Trademark Class 8 if you were registering any of these types of goods:

  • Cutlery of precious metals
  • Electric razors and clippers (hand instruments)

You would not use Trademark Class 8 if you were registering for:

Related Classes

A related trademark class is one that is related to another class; this is due to the Indian Trademark Office (ITO) has determined that applicants registering within Class 8 may register in these other classes too.

If you are not sure while choosing Class 8 for your product, you also consider the following “Related Classes”: Class 7- Machines and Machine tools, Class 10- Surgical and Medical Instruments, Class 3- Soaps, Perfumes and Cosmetics, Class 11- Lighting, Heating and Cooking, Class 9- Computers, Software and Electronics, and Class 21- Household Utensils.

Trademark Registration fees also vary on bases of the Class system. You must pay a separate registration fee for each class of goods and services that you want to register. For instance, if you are going to register a trademark for Pharmaceuticals in Class 5 and Dental Instruments and Apparatus for Class 10, you should pay two separate fees.

It is necessary to choose the correct class at the time of registering a trademark, if you register a trademark in the wrong class, you must start the registration process from the beginning.

List of All Goods Covered Under TM Class 8

  • Hand tools, adzes [tools], annular screw plates, augers [hand tools], awls, axes, metal band stretchers [hand tools], bayonets, beard clippers, bill-hooks, bits [parts of hand tools], bits [hand tools], blade sharpening instruments, blades for planes, blades [hand tools], blades [weapons], border shears, borers, bow saws, braiders [hand tools], branding irons, breast drills, budding knives, can openers, non-electric / tin openers, non-electric, carpenters’ augers, cattle shearers, caulking irons, non-electric caulking guns, centre punches [hand tools], cutter bars [hand tools], cutting tools [hand tools], implements for decanting liquids [hand tools], dies [hand tools]/ screw stocks [hand tools]/ screw-thread cutters [hand tools], diggers [hand tools], ditchers [hand tools], drill holders [hand tools], 3d printers, ear-piercing apparatus, earth rammers [hand tools], edge tools [hand tools], embossers [hand tools], expanders [hand tools], files [tools], fireplace bellows [hand tools], fish tapes [hand tools]/ draw wires [hand tools], foundry ladles [hand tools], fruit pickers [hand tools], fullers [hand tools], fulling tools [hand tools], garden tools, hand-operated, gimlets [hand tools], glaziers’ diamonds [parts of hand tools], gouges [hand tools], grafting tools [hand tools], graving tools [hand tools], grindstones [hand tools]/ sharpening wheels [hand tools], guns [hand tools], hackles [hand tools], hammers [hand tools], hand drills [hand tools], hand tools, hand-operated, hoes [hand tools], holing axes / mortise axes, hollowing bits [parts of hand tools], hoop cutters [hand tools], hunting knives, ice picks, insecticide vaporizers [hand tools]/ insecticide atomizers [hand tools]/ insecticide sprayers [hand tools], irons [non-electric hand tools], jig-saws, knives, ladles [hand tools], ladles for wine, lasts [shoemakers’ hand tools], leather strops, levers, livestock marking tools / cattle marking tools, machetes, manicure sets, manicure sets, electric, marline spikes, masons’ hammers, mattocks, milling cutters [hand tools], mincing knives [hand tools]/ fleshing knives [hand tools]/ meat choppers [hand tools], mitre [miter (am.)]boxes [hand tools], nail drawers [hand tools], paring irons [hand tools], perforating tools [hand tools], picks [hand tools], polishing irons [glazing tools]/ glazing irons, priming irons [hand tools], punch pliers [hand tools], punches [hand tools], rakes [hand tools], rammers [hand tools]/ pestles for pounding, rams [hand tools], rasps [hand tools], ratchets [hand tools], riveters [hand tools], riveting hammers [hand tools], saw blades [parts of hand tools], saws [hand tools], scrapers [hand tools], scraping tools [hand tools], shovels [hand tools], instruments and tools for skinning animals, spades [hand tools], spanners [hand tools]/ wrenches [hand tools], spatulas [hand tools], squares [hand tools], stamping-out tools [hand tools]/ stamps [hand tools], taps [hand tools], thistle extirpators [hand tools], tool belts [holders], tube cutters [hand tools], weeding forks [hand tools], wire strippers [hand tools], metal wire stretchers [hand tools].
  • Hand-operated, abrading instruments [hand instruments], agricultural implements, hand-operated, air pumps, hand-operated, bench vices [hand implements], ceramic knives, cheese slicers, non-electric, chisels, choppers [knives], clamps for carpenters or coopers, cleavers, crimping irons, crow bars, curling tongs, cuticle tweezers / cuticle nippers, cutlery, cutters, daggers, depilation appliances, electric and non-electric, apparatus for destroying plant parasites, hand-operated, drawing knives, drills, egg slicers, non-electric, emery grinding wheels, emery files, engraving needles, extension pieces for braces for screw taps, eyelash curlers, farriers’ knives, fingernail polishers, electric or non-electric / nail buffers, electric or non-electric, fire irons, flat irons, forks, frames for handsaws, goffering irons, guns, hand-operated, for the extrusion of mastics, hainault scythes, hair clippers for personal use, electric and non-electric, hair clippers for animals [hand instruments], hair-removing tweezers, hand implements for hair curling, hand pumps, harpoons, harpoons for fishing, hatchets, hobby knives [scalpels], lawn clippers [hand instruments], lifting jacks, hand-operated, mallets [hand instruments], money scoops, mortars for pounding, mortise chisels, moulding irons / molding irons, nail extractors, nail punches, nail nippers, nail files, nail files, electric, nail clippers, electric or non-electric, needle files, needle-threaders, numbering punches, nutcrackers, oyster openers, palette knives, shearers [hand instruments].
  • Side arms, sabres, sand trap rakes, saw holders, scaling knives, scissors, screwdrivers, scythe rings, scythe stones / whetstones, scythes, sharpening stones, sharpening steels / knife steels, sharpening instruments, shaving cases, shear blades, shears, sickles, side arms, other than firearms, silver plate [knives, forks and spoons], sledgehammers, spoons, stone hammers, stropping instruments, sugar tongs, sword scabbards, swords, syringes for spraying insecticides, table cutlery [knives, forks and spoons] / tableware [knives, forks and spoons], table forks, tap wrenches, apparatus for tattooing, tree pruners, trowels [gardening], trowels, truncheons / bludgeons / police batons, tube cutting instruments, tweezers, vegetable slicers / vegetable knives / vegetable shredders, vegetable choppers, vices, whetstone holders, wick trimmers [scissors].
  • Razors, paring knives, pedicure sets, penknives, pickaxes, pick hammers / bushhammers, pin punches, pincers / nippers / tongs, pizza cutters, non-electric, plane irons, planes, pliers, pruning scissors / secateurs, pruning shears, pruning knives, punch rings [knuckle dusters]/ knuckle dusters, instruments for punching tickets, rabbeting planes, razor strops, razor cases, razor blades, razors, electric or non-electric, reamer sockets, reamers.

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