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SKU #10598

Rotary Scissors

Regular price $19.99 USD
Regular price Sale price $19.99 USD
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Are you on the hunt for a bladeless tool that goes above and beyond traditional scissors? Tired of working with scissors that dull way too quickly? Thankfully, there’s a solution: The Slice® Rotary Scissors revolutionize the cutting process with no blades but with a durable, ergonomic design. 

The Slice Rotary Scissors are lightweight, making them easy to use for an extended period, and boast a soft-touch grip and ridged thumb rest. This reduces the risk of repetitive strain injuries (RSI) while the tool moves with you. The sturdy handle is resistant to wear and tear, ensuring you have years of use ahead of you. 

From cutting single sheets off large rolls of newsprint to slicing cellophane for retail, Slice makes people and places safer. Learn more below. 

  • Safer than traditional scissors
  • Durable reinforced nylon handle with soft-touch grip lining
  • Blade-free scissors
  • Easy-to-use ambidextrous design

Great for:

  • Slicing gift wrap
  • Cutting paper and stiff cellophane wrap
  • Making long, straight cuts to thin, stiff material

Product Specifications

Cutting Depth:

Material: Styrenic block copolymers, TPS (TPE-s), stainless steel 304, GCr15, GFN, stainless steel

Dimensions: L 5.48 in x W2.68 in x H0.6 in

Weight: 0.19 lb

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FAQ

What Are Rotary Scissors?

Rotary scissors are a safe, efficient alternative to traditional bladed scissors. Unlike a standard rotary cutter, which is designed like a pizza wheel, this tool is actually bladeless. It uses two wheels rolling in opposite directions to squeeze and shear the material you’re cutting. As such, it’s extremely safe: fingers don’t even fit into the cutting area and, if they could, there’s no way to execute a cut without the forward movement that sets the opposing wheels in motion. And there’s no way to move forward with fingers in the way.

When Slice® set out to make the best rotary scissors on the market, we looked at how to make a tool that was safer, stronger, and more ergonomic than previous models. With a soft-touch grip, an ambidextrous design, and durable glass-filled nylon handle, we accomplished just that in the 10598 Rotary Scissors.

How to Use Rotary Scissors

Rolling scissors are primarily designed for long, straight cuts. While they can be guided for gentle curves, they’re not ideal for turning sharp corners or following intricate designs. Because this tool is ambidextrous, the same instructions apply to right- and left-handed use.

To use the Slice rolling scissors, wrap your fingers around the handle, resting your thumb on the ridged grip at the front of the tool. Slide the edge of your material between the upper and lower metal wheels. To cut, push the tool forward, engaging the wheels. You may need to anchor the edge of your material to counteract the motion of the tool. While it may take a few practice cuts, the 10598 will quickly become your favorite way of cutting long, straight lines quickly and with minimal muscle effort.

What Can I Cut With Rolling Scissors?

Rolling scissors are best used for long and relatively straight cuts on thin, flat, and somewhat stiff material. Keep in mind that you’ll need to initiate your cut at the edge of the material, so you can’t use this tool to pierce the middle of your material.

Given those guidelines, these scissors are ideal for paper (from standard 20-pound bond office stock) to thin cardstock. While they work on stiff, very thin sheets of plastic or vinyl, they’re not recommended for flexible plastics such as grocery bags or plastic wrap. Retail workers preparing gift baskets will enjoy this more efficient way to cut gift wrap and cellophane. These rotary scissors also work well on craft paper, wallpaper, or newsprint.