Milwaukee jobsite scissors now have all-red handle grips.
Leatherman has added a new model of folding Raptor shears.
Here are my favorite compact scissors that like to travel.
Milwaukee’s heavy duty scissors are… [insert words of praise here].
After a year and a half of occasional use, I think very highly of my $9 pair of medical-style scissors.
I highly recommend Engineer scissors, which are my favorite EDC (everyday carry) scissors, and even more so now that they’ve dropped in price. You should DEFINITELY check them out.
Medical-style shears are great multi-purpose utility shears that belong in everyone’s tool box.
Here’s a first look at Milwaukee’s new heavy duty scissors.
Wiss’s Quick-Clip are mini scissors for making small or precision cuts in light materials.
Buck has come out with new multi-functional scissors that look quite capable as an EDC and general purpose tool.
Over at Amazon and their direct store, I Heart Engineering is selling off remaining stock of these fantastic compact scissors at super low prices.
Fiskars’ Cuts + More scissors looks to be the ultimate multipurpose scissors. Unfortunately, one seemingly minor design flaw severely impacts their usability.
It’s hard to be excited about scissors, but Fiskar’s new “Cuts + More” looks to be incredibly versatile. It features wire, twine, and rope cutting areas, a bottle opener, and a take-apart knife design for easy cleaning and single-blade use. Even the sheath has multiple uses – it features a built-in sharpener and a hook designed to […]