Kershaw 1120M TaskMaster Kitchen Shears with Magnetic Plastic Sheath
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- Quality, stainless-steel serrated-edge blades with bone notch
- Comfortable nonslip handles for right- or left-handed use
- Incorporates bottle and jar openers, nutcracker, flat screwdriver/lid lifter
- Magnetized plastic sheath attaches to any metal surface
- Blades unhinge for cleaning; limited lifetime warranty
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Cut food, flowers, paper, and other products with these all-purpose kitchen shears. Their high-carbon, cutlery-grade, 4-inch, stainless-steel blades have a serrated edge, and are designed to resist rust and stains. Bonus features include a nut cracker, jar opener, lid lifter, screwdriver, and a bone notch to get hold of game or poultry bones. TaskMaster handles are made of co-polymer plastic for a solid, ergonomic grip that fits either the left or right hand. Shears un-hinge for easy cleanup, and should be washed by hand. This item is covered by a limited lifetime warranty.
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This is not a knock on the shears themselves. They are fine and I am pleased. Just be aware that you get the exact same thing by ordering a cheaper version.
These kitchen shears are a bit larger than my old shears and a bit larger than I prefer because I have small hands. However, they are sharp and cut well and I love that they easily pull apart to be washed in the dishwasher. You simply open them a bit farther than you usually would open a pair of scissors to cut and they come apart. They go back together just as easily when done cleaning. I use them several times a week for cutting meat like chicken or sausage in the kitchen. I also use them to open food items in the kitchen. Then I pull them apart and stick them directly into the dishwasher for cleaning. I have had them for over a year now and remain satisfied with them.
Although they come with a magnetic plastic sheath to sit in, I do not use it. I prefer to keep them in my kitchen drawer with other utensils.
I have had these scissors about a week and they have handled all the kitchen related cutting with ease, just as expected of new shears. I really like the way these shears feel as they cut. It is a very solid feel with no side flex. Even the handles themselves have a solid feel about them, which is very reassuring to me. I have bought shears more expensive then these, only to have the all plastic handles crumble. Using a magnet to tell, the inner part of the handle is steel extending from the blades, while the outer loop of the handles are not magnetic and are likely just plastic.
The magnetic sheath is not useful for us, as there is no magnetic surface next to the sink and counter top. We keep the shears in the Knife Block instead.
This pair is much more ergonomic for me, cuts through poultry bones with ease and best of all, comes apart afterward for complete sanitation in the dishwasher. The bone notch on the scissor blade is very useful, too, I didn't have that feature on my old kitchen shears.
This is the kind of tool that makes you realize what you've been missing before you had it. Speeds up food prep a lot.
Regardless I am constantly suprised by how many people dont have a good pair of cutlery shears. I use them for everything. Trimming meats, Cutting frozen pizzas, crunching through chicken bone, opening plastic packaging. While these unhinge easily, they manage to feel absolutely solid when together. This (these?) are the swiss army knife of the kitchen. If youre only buying three or four cutting implements, these deserve to make the short list. They are worthy of Shun name, even if the OCD part of me is bothered they dont match my Shun Knives (they say Kershaw on them; [kershaw is an excellent company too and owns Shun, it just doesn't match.])
The sheath has magnet on it for whatever that is worth to you.