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    This is the only time that I will utter this name anywhere close to a recommendation, and it hurts to say it.... CUTCO "super shears"

    Closer to tin snips that scissors... They will cut anything softer than steel with no damage. They are like the meat cleaver of kitchen shears. They twist apart easily and even the twist pivot is adjustable and comes apart. No seams or gaps on the over-molded high density plastic handles.

    I don't know what retail is on these things now, but like everything cutco sells, I'm sure it's too high. That's what ebay is for.

    Also, I bet that these are good too:
    http://www.cartercutlery.com/japanes...tchen-scissors

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justin0505 View Post
    This is the only time that I will utter this name anywhere close to a recommendation, and it hurts to say it.... CUTCO "super shears"
    Justin, when you uttered that phrase in the last post, the cosmic tumblers fell out of place causing a major shifting of the polar axis and the beginning of Armageddon (or as the Israelis say: Har Megiddo).

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    Quote Originally Posted by mr drinky View Post
    Justin, when you uttered that phrase in the last post, the cosmic tumblers fell out of place causing a major shifting of the polar axis and the beginning of Armageddon (or as the Israelis say: Har Megiddo).

    k.
    Mount Megiddo always messing everything up!

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    That Cutco recommendation had also been made years ago by Fish'n'poi over on KF - or was it Joe? Anyway, there seems to be some truth to that, but I never tried them in Person. I asked Dave to get me a pair of Kai (or Shun? Same thing as far as I know) and sharpen them OOTB for me. I expect that those should last me a while.

    Stefan

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