Twiggy Compact Curved Blade Scissors

By PLUS America

Starting at $6.95

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These compact curved blade scissors do typical cutting jobs in a super-slimmed down design you might mistake for a pen at first glance. The blade delivers a smooth cutting motion and locks for safety when it’s not in use.

  • Materials: Steel, plastic
  • Instructions: Pull off the safety cap, push up on the lever to unlock and cut. Pull down on the lever to re-lock the blades when done
  • Compact, pen-size scissors
  • Conveniently fits in a pocket, purse, or drawer
  • Unique curved blades offer smooth and effortless cutting
  • Locking blades and safety cap offer protection when scissors are not in use
  • Perfect for trimming loose threads, quilting, opening packages, cutting off tags, clipping coupons and more
  • TSA compliant
  • Blade length: 1.6"
  • Made in China
  • Dimensions: 0.4" x 0.3" x 5.3"
  • Weight: 0.03 lb

10 Reviews (5 out of 5 Grommets)

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Well worth the price

8/19/2019 by Robin

Convenient, sharp, happy that I got them



8/16/2019 by Libby

These are perfect t for my knitting bag and my girl friend loves hers, too.


Perfect size

8/13/2019 by Kathleen

Convenient, lightweight and functional


Great idea

8/6/2019 by Ruth

These scissors are amazing!


Scissors on the go

7/15/2019 by Anne

Love the compact, but useful, style of these readily available sheers - keeping my first pair in my purse.

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About PLUS America

Office Rework

The team at PLUS America strives to create innovative office supplies to help do everyday tasks, but they take a fresher approach than you’d expect—after all, when was the last time a pair of scissors made you look twice? Their stapleless staplers and curved-blade scissors will indeed turn your head for both how they look and work.

Those eye-catching scissors stand out for not looking like scissors at all. A pair is slimmed down and compact and could easily be overlooked as a pen. Curved blades do cutting jobs and lock in place for safety when they’re not at work. And as for those stapleless staplers, that’s not a typo. They really do ditch traditional metal staples and still secure pages together by interfolding them, nice and neatly.