5.0 (2 reviews)
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You have probably never seen such a shockingly tiny pair of scissors! But they are fully functional, great for those surprise on-the-go cutting needs. Snip through that hard-to-open bag, or cut off the tag or stray strings dangling from your clothing. Simply push the slider to extend and retract the mini blades. Use the handy lanyard to string your scissors from your bags, pens, and key rings so that you'll always have them on hand.

Fun note: "choki" or "chokit" is the Japanese onomatopoeia for cutting.

Fun note: "choki" or "chokit" is the Japanese onomatopoeia for cutting.

These scissors have a right-handed blade configuration but can be used effectively with either hand.

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I am a knitter and carry...
February 7, 2015
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I am a knitter and carry my projects everywhere, even on planes. We have to be careful because both the specific airlines and the TSA have restrictions for us, including only allowing scissors under 3". So these are perfect and they work so well. I have other mini scissors that do not. One has a slipoff case covering blades with keyring on top, and the scissors never stayed in case. Being mini, they were lost alot!

These are shaped like a little piece of chewing gum with the candy coating (only a tad larger). Easy to open, just push sliding button, out somes the blades and the handle. They are sharp too. I tried them on yarn, string, paper, and even a fingernail and they are great. Some yarn is quite tough, so a dull pair of scissors is useless.

I like the bright colors and the little cord. These will slip into my knitting bag and not get lost. Well made, clever design, bright colors. What more would you want?
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The cutest thing ever...
April 15, 2015
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The cutest thing ever if you need a small pair of scissors. I would say this is perfect for trimming washi tape or something that only needs a few taps to cup. The blades are fairly sharp so far and the width gives it a nice grip when cutting.
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