Open Kitchen by Williams Sonoma Kitchen Shears
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Life in the kitchen is easier when you have the right tool for the task. An everyday essential, our classic shears perform a range of tasks – from snipping twine and cutting herbs to shaping parchment and opening food packaging. Made of stainless steel with durable plastic handles, they're designed to endure the test of time and to clean up easy – simply twist them apart to wash.
- Part of our exclusive Open Kitchen collection, designed and developed by Williams Sonoma.
- Stainless-steel shears come apart for easy cleaning and sharpening.
- Slip-resistant BPA-free polypropylene handles guarantee a sure grip.
- Handle has a built-in bottle opener
- Dimensions & More Info
- 9" long.
- Made in China.
- Use & Care
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Rated 5 out of 5 by ChefMommie from Great kitchen scissors I've had these scissors for about a month, and so far so good. They easily cut through plastic, and chicken meat, though I haven't tried them on bone yet. I was most excited to see how the two sides come apart for easy and thorough cleaning. You open the scissors wide and this allows the 2 pieces to unlock and separate. I'm pretty sure, though could be wrong, that the sales tag said these are dishwasher safe. It says to hand wash on the website.... I purchased these at a WS store and had 2 different scissors I was deciding between, and it seems like these were the winner bc of being dishwasher safe. Regardless, I knew mine would be going in the dishwasher anyway, I like living on the edge.Date published: 2019-06-27Rated 5 out of 5 by BooBoo from Love these Nice weight, nice size, I use shears in my house daily, mostly for opening awful plastic packaging which I think accelerates the wear on kitchen shears. I love these and they are retaining their blade so far. I don't know about their durablity yet, I even put them in the dish washer. Guess what I am not perfect.Date published: 2018-01-09