Kanemoto Inox Stainless Steel Kitchen Shears
Kanemoto Inox Stainless Steel Kitchen Shears
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A good pair of kitchen shears can save time and a whole lot of effort. This pair from Kanemoto is crafted with hammer-forged stainless steel blades with mild scalloping on one edge Read More
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Birko69
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Oct 8, 2019
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Good solid build tool scissors at a reasonable price...
Great build quality for these tool scissors. Reasonably priced & work well...
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Would recommend to a friend.
Oct 8, 2019
cdhornet
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Oct 8, 2019
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Not good at all.
Though the shears are sharp, they are very difficult to use as the two halves separate all the time. I would never buy this product again. If this is an example of Japanese attention to detail, I am glad I do not drive one of their cars.
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Would not recommend to a friend.
Oct 8, 2019
Tzamaz
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Aug 21, 2019
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Solid, well made kitchen shears
These shears are well made, solid steel, and easily detach for ease of cleaning. They are sharp and the little touches like a bottle opener embedded in the handles are very well done.
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Would recommend to a friend.
Aug 21, 2019
namiryedid
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May 23, 2019
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Absolute waste of money. These don't cut well at all compared to my OXO shears. The nut that holds them together is super flimsy and they now twist weirdly and can't be tightened properly. Pure junk.
May 23, 2019
anglotexian
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May 22, 2019
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Best scissors of this type I have ever owned. Will buy more as gifts if I get the chance!
May 22, 2019
jasonkoruki
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Feb 21, 2019
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EDITED 16/08/2019 So I loved these so much I decided to order two more pairs for family, I don't know if they sold so well that they ramped up production but there has been a significant drop in the final polish of the product. Both pairs I got this time was not polished on the inside of the handles, they're rough to touch. I can no longer say they amazing quality as I did for the original Drop. Original review: Amazing quality, love being able to take it apart for cleaning. i don't ever see these breaking compared to even more expensive ones I own.
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Feb 21, 2019
Goguy08
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Feb 13, 2019
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These pair of shears are the best shears that I ever owned, even though I did not use them for their intended purpose, I was not impressed when I received them, because they looked boring, bulky, and unappealing, but boy, let me tell you, these shears cut through cardboard like a hot knife through butter, and I was amazed by their performance, and I would repurchase these shears in a heartbeat if they became available again.
Feb 13, 2019
AJAugust
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Dec 15, 2018
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All the bases are covered on this one... Sharp, shiney, functional, durabale, quality throughout, they actually work as advertised. Like xraysrc said below, these are NOT scissors, but rather are SHEARS. Learn to use them and they will not come apart. These shears are heirloom quality, meaning they will last forever. As a total package, these are the best shears I’ve ever used in the kitchen.
Dec 15, 2018
xraysrc
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Dec 12, 2018
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These are awesome KITCHEN SHEARS. They are NOT scissors and are designed to come apart, primarily for cleaning. They make butchering a whole chicken a minor task instead of a chore. Folks who are having problems with them "falling apart" aren't using them properly. They should not be opened more than 60 degrees. Excellent serrations and fine craftmanship. And if you need to pop a cold one, crush a lobster or stone crab claw, or pry a paint can open you can do that too. These shears cut through a lobster tail shell like a hot knife through butter!
Dec 12, 2018
PoetIsland
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Dec 11, 2018
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As has been mentioned these do come apart easily. This is a benefit and a detriment. Mechanically it's easy to see how this works. It's literally just a tab pivoting in a hole with a slot. When the tab is parallel to the the slot it falls apart. This is a good feature since it allows you to sharpen the scissors (as if it was a knife) and clean them. And most importantly, the mechanism is securely fastened to the scissor blade. It is not cheaply riveted on. These pair of scissors will last as long as the scissor blades not as long as the pivot mechanism which is the point of failure for most scissors I've owned. If you open the scissors far enough they fall apart. I personally don't think that the scissors need to open that far to cut effectively. You would have to be cutting something more than 2 inches wide. However, if you try to grab the scissors by a single handle or cut in very wide strokes or absent-mindedly play with them - they will fall apart. Using them as poultry shears they cut cleanly and effectively. So it loses a star for not having a bump in the hole to prevent from accidentally pulling the blades apart. Otherwise, this is a sharp, well-constructed, and effective pair of kitchen shears that will last a very long time.
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Dec 11, 2018
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