OXO Good Grips Spring-Loaded Poultry Shears, Black
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- Kitchen poultry shears with sharp, stainless-steel blades
- Spring loaded handle prevents hand strain
- Tapered blades access hard-to-reach places
- Handle loop and bolster prevent hand from slipping forward
- Blades separate for cleaning
- Hand wash with warm, soapy water
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OXO Good Grips Poultry Shears feature the perfect balance of professional-quality cutting and soft, comfortable grips. The sharp stainless steel blades are ideal for trimming and cutting poultry, and the blades are curved and tapered to access hard to reach places. Plus a micro-serrated blade grips poultry skin and prevents slipping. The Poultry Shears also feature a blade notch that securely holds bones while cutting. The handle loop and bolster prevent your hand from slipping forward while cutting, and the spring loaded handle prevents hand strain. The blades separate for thorough and easy cleaning, and a handle lock keeps the blades closed for safe storage
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We have to either de-bone or cut the bones into "bite sized" pieces for feeding and these shears do it all much faster and more safely than with cutlery, cleavers, and other shears. Granted, it takes a bit of hand strength to cut through bone but is still much safer and faster than a cleaver in unskilled hands. I will be most interested to see how they hold up over time ... they appear to be quite sturdy so far.
I like the construction of these and how easily they are separated for cleaning and then fit back together as well as how easily they cut frozen meat.
What I am confused by is that the cutting edges no longer align well and cutting thawed chicken meat or liver means multiple cutting attempts, like trying to cut with a dull knife. They readily cut frozen chicken without an issue and I am at a lose as to how the cutting edges are no longer aligned, but at about two months of daily use, they were not aligned.
Perhaps the surface inside the black-colored circle where the tongue rides is actually plastic instead of metal. If that is the case, then I understand why the edges are no longer aligned and can write the problem down to inappropriate material choices.
Update 5/25/17... I still love, love, love these shears...I mainly use them for chicken bones. I got them in March. Today I started an 80 lb grind for my pups, and began to see the shears are not as sharp as they were.
I am so scared to try to sharpen them, I ordered a new pair. I have knife sharpeners, etc. HELP. I am retired on a limited income, so would appreciate any helpful comments....