| My son did not like to...
, February 13, 2013
My son did not like to use scissors, as they didn't work well in his left hand.
These scissors changed all that. If you have a left-handed child, buy these!
| Finally! Scissors that...
, August 17, 2012
Finally! Scissors that work! They're not the crappy scissors that claim to be
lefty/righty but have righty blades. No, these are real lefty scissors.
If you're a lefty, get these. I used to be the only lefty in my class, and
whenever I'd borrow scissors I wouldn't be able to cut. These are special, they
cut, cut good. Oh, they also come with 2 name tags and a cap. These are good
for everyone, kids, adults. Get it (before they sell out).
On a sidenote, in the description it says "...These special AiroFit scissors
from Japan.", but they're from China. Don't let that discourage you from buying
these great lefty scissors.
| I bought these because...
, May 31, 2011
I bought these because I needed to be able to cut bandages for my right hand and
couldn't do it with right handed scissors. I like them so much I bought them for
a left handed friend and got myself the right handed scissors because of the
protective cap, which I found to be a good feature.
| These are special. Not...
, September 20, 2010
These are special. Not a bad price just for some decent left-handed scissors,
which is why I bought them for my son (left-handed scissors really do make a
difference compared to those claiming to work either way). But they are superior
to the average pair of school scissors- nice grip, excellent cutting action and
performance. Slightly larger than the usual Fiskars children's scissors but
would be fine for a younger school-age child. I have smallish adult hands & also
found them comfortable. Special touches like the name label stickers & blades
cover made my other right-handed children envious of their lefty brother.