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Scissors & Shears

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Scissors and shears make cuts using a pair of single-edged blades that swing open and closed on a pivot screw. The blades create shearing force to cut through materials. Scissors cut paper, film, plastic sheets, and other thin materials.
Cutting Edge Type

Offset Plastic-Handle Scissors

Offset Plastic-Handle Scissors
Plastic handles on these scissors make them lighter and more comfortable to hold than metal-handle scissors. Also called bent scissors, their offset handles angle up from the blades and set the blades flush against surfaces to aid straight cuts. Rings on the handles provide a grip to operate the scissors and help protect fingers from the blades.

Ambidextrous

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All-Metal Scissors

All-Metal Scissors
These all-metal scissors withstand heavier use than plastic-handle scissors. Their handles align along the center of the blades and improve control for curved and freehand cuts. Rings on the handles provide a grip to operate the scissors and help protect fingers from the blades.

Hand Orientation: Unspecified

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Ambidextrous

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All-Metal Offset Scissors

All-Metal Offset Scissors
These all-metal scissors withstand heavier use than plastic-handle scissors. Also called bent scissors, their offset handles angle from the blades and set the blades flush against surfaces to aid straight cuts. Rings on the handles provide a grip to operate the scissors and help protect fingers from the blades.

Left-Hand

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Manual-Opening Shears

Manual-Opening Shears
These shears open manually after making a cut. Their straight handles have no rings, so users can place their hand anywhere along the length of the handle to optimize leverage and comfort.

Right-Hand

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Plastic-Handle Scissors

Plastic-Handle Scissors
Plastic handles on these scissors make them lighter and more comfortable to hold than metal-handle scissors. The handles align along the center of the blades and improve control for curved and freehand cuts. Rings on the handles provide a grip to operate the scissors and help protect fingers from the blades.

Hand Orientation: Unspecified

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Ambidextrous

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Right-Hand

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Spring-Assisted Shears

Spring-Assisted Shears
Spring-loaded handles on these shears reduce the effort required to open the jaws after making a cut. The handles are straight with no finger ring, so users can place their hand anywhere along the length of the handle to optimize leverage and comfort.

Ambidextrous

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Compact Scissors

Compact Scissors
The short blades of compact scissors press together to make precise cuts in paper, string, and other lightweight materials. Also called thread clips or thread snips, they have a single ring that slips over the user's finger.

Ambidextrous

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Ceramic Scissors

Ceramic Scissors
Ceramic blades and handles on these scissors make them non-sparking, non-conductive, and non-magnetic. They resist creating sparks, which reduces the risk of ignition in locations where combustible dust or flammable liquids, gas, or vapors are present. They protect against electrical shock from accidental contact with live circuits when making cuts near electrical components. They won't cause interference with sensitive electronics, won't attract metal shavings, and won't stick to metal surfaces. Rings on the handles provide a grip to operate the scissors and help protect fingers from the blades.

Ambidextrous

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Replaceable Blade Shears

Replaceable Blade Shears
Blades on these shears can be replaced when they get dull or nicked, eliminating the need to sharpen blades or replace the shears. Their handles are straight with no finger ring, so users can place their hand anywhere along the length of the handle to optimize leverage and comfort.

Right-Hand

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Offset Spring-Assisted Shears

Offset Spring-Assisted Shears
Spring-loaded handles on these shears reduce the effort required to open the jaws after making a cut. The handles are straight with no finger ring, so users can place their hand anywhere along the length of the handle to optimize leverage and comfort. Also called bent shears, their handles angle up from the blades and set the blades flush against surfaces to aid straight cuts.

Ambidextrous

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Right-Hand

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Insulated Scissors

Insulated Scissors
The non-conductive coating on the handles of these scissors protects against electrical shock if the blades make accidental contact with live circuits. They are commonly used to cut near electrical components. Rings on the handles provide a grip to operate the scissors and help protect fingers from the blades.

Ambidextrous

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Non-Sparking Scissors

Non-Sparking Scissors
Non-sparking scissors contain no ferrous metals, so they resist creating sparks. This reduces the risk of ignition when making cuts in locations where combustible dust or flammable liquids, gas, or vapors are present. Rings on the handles provide a grip to operate the scissors and help protect fingers from the blades.

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