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Ceramic Scissors (Large)

  • The Slice® 10545 Ceramic Scissors (Large)
  • Large Scissors - Features
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  • Large Scissors - Packaging
 SKU #10545
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The Slice® 10545 large scissors respond to a demand for a greater variety of scissor styles with finger-friendly® blades. These exceptionally comfortable scissors feature a soft ring lining and a lightweight handle for ease of use. Slice proprietary safety blades cut materials effectively but are much safer to touch than standard blades. As well, the blades are non-conductive, non-magnetic, non-sparking, easy to clean, and never rust. The 10545’s ambidextrous design means anyone can use them and their hand-sharpened safety grind lasts up to 11 times longer than typical metal scissors.

  • Zirconium oxide Slice® safety blades
  • Durable reinforced nylon handle with soft-touch finger grips
  • Safer than traditional scissors
  • Finger-friendly® edge lasts 11x longer than metal
  • Ambidextrous design
  • Reduces injuries, lower costs
  • Non-sparking, non-conductive, non-magnetic blades
  • Chemically inert blades never rust
  • Oil, lubricant, and maintenance free
  • BPA-, phthalate-, and lead-free scissors
  • Lightweight and compact
  • SKU #10545

Product Specifications  

L 198.0 x W 75.3 x H 13.4 mm
Blade Length
60.0 ±1.0 mm
90.0 g
GFN, TPE, stainless steel, zirconium oxide


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1 reviews
  • Trusted Customer
    Aug 14, 2018
    Good on paper but on anything that requires any sort of force the joint holding them together bends and opens up changing the geometry of the cutting surface. Which brings me to my next point, if you look at the blades of the scissors from the side with them closed. There is a gap at the bottom and then it forms an A shape to the tip where only the tips are touching. They need to be flat on eachother. When you open them the blades actually cross paths the farther they open. This makes things twist over in them bending the joint opening it even more. Overall good scissors for paper but for the price they under preform. Higly Dissappointed.
    1 reply
    • Hi there - thanks for taking the time to leave your comments - it sounds like you may have a defective pair of scissors - as you can see from the videos, we actually cut kevlar reinforced fabric with these scissors -- they're not made for thick material, or hard material, but they cut many items like butter - please contact us for exchange - thank you! // TEAM SLICE // San Jose, California
      Mr TJ Scimone
      from Slice, Inc.
      Aug 14, 2018

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What Makes the Slice Large Scissors Special?

Slice’s large scissors are specifically designed for user comfort, with a soft-touch inner lining and a lightweight but durable handle. As with all Slice® tools, they offer a finger-friendly® safety grind that cuts materials effectively but is safer than traditional blades when it comes to skin lacerations. The advanced ceramic material we use is also non-sparking and non-conductive, making it handy for work with electrical wire. Because zirconium oxide (the blade material we use) is chemically inert, it’s also easy to clean and will never rust. Add to that the tool’s elegant design and longer-lasting blade, and the 10545 scissors are destined to be a favorite around the workplace, craft room, or home workshop.


What Other Scissor Styles Does Slice Make?


Slice makes a whole line of safer scissors, which includes the 10544 Small Scissors and the 10546 Small Pointed Scissors. Both feature a finger-friendly blade, and both are popular with teachers and crafters, as well as in industrial settings. The rounded-tip 10544 scissors also have a following with people who have fine motor skill challenges, as the scissors’ safer tips and blades reduce the potential for injury.


What Does “Finger Friendly” Mean?


Finger-friendly is our way of describing the proprietary Slice grind. This is the hand-sharpened edge of our blades, which features two grind angles. The result is a much smaller initial cutting zone, which cuts materials effectively while minimizing skin lacerations. While our blades can cut skin, this requires a lot of effort. Slice is the first company to develop this safety blade technology.


What Can the 10545 Large Scissors Cut?


Our large scissors can handle any materials that typical scissors cut: card stock, paper, fabric, yarn, vinyl, and felt, for example. In addition, they’re non-conductive and non-sparking, making them ideal for work with electrical wire. And because the blades are easy to clean, they can be sterilized for work in laboratories.

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