Chicago Cutlery Insignia Kitchen Shears, Black
- Brand:Chicago Cutlery
- Buy New: $12.95
as of 8/1/2014 00:32 EDT details
- Sales Rank:43,648
- Number Of Items:1
- Shipping Weight (lbs):2.3
- Dimensions (in):4 x 1 x 13
- Warranty:Lifetime Guarantee www.chicagocutlery.com
Availability:Usually ships in 1-2 business days
- Contemporary polymer handle for left- or right-hand use
- High-carbon stainless-steel blades taper ground for optimum sharpness
- Additional functions: bottle opener, flathead screwdriver, jar gripper
- Safe to use in dishwasher
Chicago Cutlery Insignia Kitchen Scissors, Black includes 1-Each kitchen scissors, black.Chicago Cutlery Insignia collection has fully tapered edges providing extreme sharpness for improved cutting performance. The high-carbon stainless steel blade resists stains and provides long lasting beauty and easy maintenance. Polymer handles are durable and non-porous. This knife's full tang and triple rivets provide optimum strength and stability.
The Insignia collection from Chicago Cutlery includes this pair of heavy-duty kitchen scissors. Like the knives in the collection, the scissors feature high-carbon stainless-steel blades that have been honed with the company's exclusive Taper Grind technology for optimum sharpness. Whether cutting through chicken wings or snipping articles out of the paper, the scissors will retain their sharpness and can be resharpened when necessary.
Symmetrical handles mean this pair of scissors can be used by left- or right-handed users, and the nonporous polymer coating adds comfort. Steel extensions on the end of the scissor handles function as a bottle opener and flathead screwdriver, while steel ridges between the two sides of the handles can be used to grip recalcitrant jar or bottle lids, or even to crack nuts in the shell. Dishwasher-safe, this true multipurpose tool makes a great gift. --Ann Bieri
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