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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bae0wolf
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Aug 24, 2019
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ah these are perfect for when i don my red jumpsuit and plot my revenge on my doppleganger
Aug 24, 2019
rina18
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Jul 16, 2019
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Jul 16, 2019
SidPost
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Aug 24, 2019
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Those are the ones I have been looking for. They seem highly regarded and the Tojiro products I have purchased previously were very good for their price (i.e. not equal to a ~$400 hand made Gyuto but, definitely worth the ~$80 I paid with very minor final finish cosmetic details omitted).
Aug 24, 2019
Forcite
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Apr 12, 2019
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Anyone know what steel these are actually made of?
Apr 12, 2019
14themoney
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Dec 14, 2018
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Inox stainless steel? A huge giant. A Lilliputian dwarf? A stupid imbecile? Inox is a French term for stainless steel. Are these scissors made from such crappy SS that revealing the identity would destroy all hope of selling any?
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Has Koji quit the squared circle and gone into scissor making? Just in case you want to see him in action- https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2w8gp That might be a good time waster for you while I am searching for information about a real scissor manufacturer named Kanemoto.
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Dec 14, 2018
jasonkoruki
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Aug 14, 2019
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A lot of Japanese manufactures use the term Inox when they make WESTERN style cutlery. These are WESTERN style kitchen shears. I guess that's what happens when you let your Wikipedia degree get to your head.
Aug 14, 2019
14themoney
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Aug 15, 2019
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LOL. Beware the Jabberwock and the Wackypedians.
Aug 15, 2019
Knut
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Jul 29, 2018
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I got these on a previous drop for almost $10 less.
I do like them a lot. The hinge screw is quite loose but I adjust it by hand whenever I reassemble after cleaning and all is well
Jul 29, 2018
Forcite
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Apr 12, 2019
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Have you ever tried a threadlocker? I'm considering buying them but if they were consistently loose that would bug me.
Apr 12, 2019
Chamberlain
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Jun 3, 2018
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Just FYI, I was disappointed to find that mine came with VERY dull edges. I had to sharpen them myself.
Jun 3, 2018
Mig_66
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May 28, 2018
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You can find these styles of scissors at antique stores or eBay for a few dollars. They may just need some cleaning and sharpening. I use an old pair of Griffon ones and repainted the handles. They work great. Just another option For those that didn’t want to spend that much.
May 28, 2018
Kavik
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May 29, 2018
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Wish that were true for me, I've had no luck finding decent ones locally at decent prices (and believe me when I say I don't mind fixing up old stuff like this, i'd actually prefer that. In fact, I just sat down after putting in 5 more hours on restoring a 100+ year old drill press for fun today......so, when I say not decent I mean like broken tips, huge chips, pivots that can't be tightened short of drilling out the old hardware, cracks at the handles.... Really un-salvageable stuff, or it's the same price as new if in decent shape 🙄)
And I can't get past being leary about issues that don't show in pics on ebay for some reason
May 29, 2018
ClickFlips
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Jun 18, 2018
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That's true, but they're going to be from china. So they won't keep their edges as long and will rust easier. It just depends on whether you want the cheapest thing to get the job done or if you want to get the job done with some quality.
Jun 18, 2018
NomisR
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May 19, 2018
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What's the best tool to sharpen this with?
May 19, 2018
Kavik
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May 29, 2018
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The best? A low speed water wheel with a proper angle guide is my choice for scissors
But short of that? I'd recommend a fine diamond plate (will stay flatter than any stones), a steady hand, and touching up with just a few light strokes often. Easier to maintain an edge than set a new one (cheaper too, as you won't need multiple grits that way)
Keep the bevel angle exactly as is from the factory. Sharpen the bevel only, never touch the flat inside faces of the blade. Gentle and even strokes for equal grinding along the entire length of the blade. Before use, remove the burr: Depending on the construction of the scissors, if you can get them closed without the blades touching (by applying pressure with your opposite hand to keep the blades apart until they're closed), do that then open them, repeat 2 or 3 times. If they're too tight to allow that, then remove burr by dragging each blade through a cork, or into the end grain of a soft wood, to remove the burr before re-assembly
May 29, 2018
ClickFlips
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Jun 18, 2018
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tbh there is probably a knife sharpener in your area. You should just use them unless you feel like picking up a skill.
I shave with a straight razor and sharpen my own blade, so here's what you would need: a set of sharpening stones (shapton a good brand), a stone holder so they don't slide all over the place while you're using them, and a dia-flat lapping plate (plate steel with industrial diamonds on it). You use the stones on the blade (scissors, knife, straight razor, whatever), then you use the lapping plate to keep the stones in good shape.
The last thing you need is some instrucitonal videos
Jun 18, 2018
pohaku53
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Apr 30, 2018
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Personally, I have liked the Richmond Kitchen Shears sold by Chef's Knives to Go for $24.95. For domestic orders, a $60 purchase gets you free shipping. You can easily find other things to purchase on that site to get you up to $60 (or buy three pairs of shears).
Apr 30, 2018
pohaku53
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May 31, 2018
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That's unfortunate. I've bought a lot of knives, shears and sharpening gear off that site and never had a problem with either the merchandise or the service.
May 31, 2018
Kavik
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Jun 1, 2018
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Yeah...it was unfortunate. I'd had other dealings there that all went fine, but it definitely got weird when questioning quality control on a product with the man's name on it
Jun 1, 2018
ErickJames
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Apr 30, 2018
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These are on amazon for $22.00, woth next day delivery.
Apr 30, 2018
Sparticles
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May 1, 2018
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Actually, the $22 ones on Amazon are different. The blades, which might be stamped metal, are riveted to the handles.
May 1, 2018
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