I have shears that are identical, bought well over thirty years ago... Likely made by the same company but rebranded. Anyway, I wanted to comment on them, starting with overall ergonomics. These shears are extremely awkward to use. I have fairly large hands (size XL in every glove I buy). It requires a really large opening of the hand to open the cutting end of the shears. At that point, you have to rely on the spring tension to keep the shears ‘wedged’ in your hand so you don‘t drop them. The textured surface on that should supply grip to the handle is nearly non-existing... it actually feels smooth. Mishandling the shears becomes exasperated as soon as your hands become wet or coated with fat from whatever you are cutting with the shears.
Next, these shears are not, repeat... NOT! sharp. I really have no idea what the manufacture or designer of these shears was thinking they are intended to be used for... Cutting by use of a sharp bevel gliding over another sharp bevel is definitely not there.
I tried using the shears I own, maybe a total of three times, before I put them back in the box and have not used them since.
There are MANY other choices for kitchen shears out there... A GREAT example are the Kanemoto Inox Stainless Steel Kitchen Shears. They were part of Massdrop in April, 2017. Those shears are part of an age old proven design, easy to use, come apart for proper washing, have adjustable tension for proper cutting, and..., they are sharp.