Reddit Reddit reviews Joyce Chen J51-0220 51-0220, Unlimited Scissor, Red, Pack-1

We found 3 Reddit comments about Joyce Chen J51-0220 51-0220, Unlimited Scissor, Red, Pack-1. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

Kitchen Shears
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Joyce Chen J51-0220 51-0220, Unlimited Scissor, Red, Pack-1
Unlimited scissor lives up to its name with a multitude of usesChrome/molybdenum/stainless-steel blades are sharp and preciseTorque engineering allows scissor to cut through chicken bones with easeComfortable, flexible handles designed for left- or right-hand usePatented design and excellent for kitchen, crafts, gardening, and more; dishwasher-safe
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3 Reddit comments about Joyce Chen J51-0220 51-0220, Unlimited Scissor, Red, Pack-1:

u/SandraRosner · 3 pointsr/jewelrymaking

I do sterling silver wire wrapping in a few of my pieces & use these scissors to cut the wire: https://www.amazon.com/Joyce-Chen-51-0220-Unlimited-Scissor/dp/B0000CFLH7

These will work well on 22ga & 24ga silver, gold & plated, and though I have 3 pairs (for use in different areas of my studio), they all still work really well after 10 years of use. If you purchased a long chain of pre-made, just use these scissors to cut through a link and add your jump.

(Example of my wire wrapping so you can see how awesome these scissors are at making clean cuts: https://www.etsy.com/listing/578151951/amethyst-sterling-silver-scroll-earrings )

u/dittochu · 1 pointr/jewelers

meat shears! it sounds weird, but they're good for snipping small gauge wire without getting those sheared ends.

u/Nausved · 1 pointr/Greenhouses

When I worked in a garden shop, we used Joyce Chen scissors to prune small plants. Made in Japan, lifetime warranty, dishwasher safe, and available in many supermarkets.

They cut very easily and cleanly. I enjoyed using them so much that I bought myself a couple pairs (after my boyfriend stole my first pair). The only thing I don't like is that they lack the spring action that pruners have, which makes them a bit tiring after repeated use; but for fine control, it's better to not have a spring, in my opinion.