Progressive International Seafood Scissors
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- This kitchen tool is a multi-tasker well suited to any seafood enthusiast
- Stainless-steel blade; santoprene comfort handles
- Features a curved blade to de-vein shrimp and a built-in shell cracker; cuts through crab and lobster
- Dishwasher safe
- Fantastic gift idea for the foodie who seems to have everything
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Top Customer Reviews
Yes ! This seafood scissors is well-made things, and very useful.
At this time, i decided to buy three more same scissors.
But, after opened the box, I was disappointed to see the scissors ... It is different from screen photos.
This is not the scissors that I bought in the past.
It's shape is quite different. The blades are shorter.
After these scissors was delivered, I confirmed the internet photos(Amazone product detail) once again. There was a picture of scissor, I wanted to buy. not a deliverd thing.
I don't know what the problem is.
Anyway, I will return.
You'll probably want a pair of these seafood scissors per 3 people as you can easily share them around the table.
They are also great for opening up the back of the larger shrimp to pull the "vein".
The blades are stainless steel, so with proper care, they should last for a long time. The handles have a nice orange rubber grip, that helps keep your fingers from sliding, even when they are wet. The orange handles are a combination of hard plastic, and a soft thermoplastic rubber at the fingerholes for a more secure grip. On the inside of the pivot point, there is a serrated saw-toothed section that can be used to crack shells.
Relatively inexpensive, and very well constructed and designed, if you prepare seafood, you will probably be very pleased with this tool. It also makes a great gift, and is currently eligible for Amazon's 4 for 3 promotion, and super saver shipping. So if you like, you can stock up and save big.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I live in New England and eat a lot of lobster, these suck.Published 3 months ago by Elizabeth K Johnston
Good sharp scissors. Great for lobster, crab, shrimp. No more cut & torn fingers. Definite buy!Published 9 months ago by D. Judith Martens
Not as strong as I'd hoped, but I still like these scissors.Published 15 months ago by The Happy Cooker
Been using these a bunch over the last year or so! No better tool for eating crab! The look on other diner's faces when they see us pull these out at the restaurants- envy, PURE... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Ol' Ricky Bob
Thel Progressive seafood scissors illustrated appears to have been discontinued and replaced by an inferior model. Read morePublished 19 months ago by RTL