OXO Poultry Shears
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The tapered, finely serrated blades of these shears trim, cut and divide poultry with surgical precision, while their soft spring-loaded grips reduce hand fatigue. A notch in the blade holds bones in place while you're cutting.
- Ergonomic loop handles provide a comfortable nonslip grip.
- Handles lock for safe storage.
- Stainless-steel blades come apart for thorough cleaning.
- Dimensions & More Info
- 9 1/2" long.
- Made in China.
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Rated 2 out of 5 by Scragglewart from Not sharp enough These are ok for cutting through joints and small bones on poultry. However, it is difficult to cut flesh with these shears. I cut up alot of raw chicken and meat- at least 5 times a week. I have found that regular cheap scissors meant for paper perform better than these when removing fat and cutting poultry flesh into chunks.Date published: 2017-11-12Rated 5 out of 5 by Ellendy from Helps Use Every Bit of the Bird I recently got religion on using wings, backs and ribs of poultry to make broth and, at about the same time, I discovered spatchcocking, which requires removing the backbone of the bird and cooking it flat. These shears make a tough job doable. Some effort is required, but in just minutes, we spatchcocked our 12 lb turkey, and it's even easier with small chickens. Spatchcocked birds cook in about half the time or less, and you can save the parts for stock. I always buy the whole bird now and save for stock.I also love that these shears come apart for thorough cleaning. It would be nice if they were dishwasher safe, but the label says "no". They are very easy to clean with hot, soapy water, once dismantled.Date published: 2013-12-01Rated 1 out of 5 by Spoan from Very Awkward grip I am a fan of reverse spring scissors as I use them for crafting religiously. That being said, I disliked the grip on these very much. The spring isn't tense enough to allow for a firm grip. Returning for another style.Date published: 2012-05-08