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Twiggy Compact Curved Blade Scissors

Independent Maker

Full Details


  • 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
  • Made in China
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
Blade length
1.6"
Dimensions
0.4" x 0.3" x 5.3"
Weight
0.03 lb
Independent Maker

Reviews


5 avg. (10 reviews)


Well worth the price
08/19/2019 by Robin
Convenient, sharp, happy that I got them
NICE!
08/16/2019 by Libby
These are perfect t for my knitting bag and my girl friend loves hers, too.
Perfect size
08/13/2019 by Kathleen
Convenient, lightweight and functional
Great idea
08/06/2019 by Ruth
These scissors are amazing!
Scissors on the go
07/15/2019 by Anne
Love the compact, but useful, style of these readily available sheers - keeping my first pair in my purse.
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$6.95
Twiggy Compact Curved Blade Scissors


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.

PLUS America

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.

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