WASA Red Kitchen Shears
These kitchen scissors are part of a (perhaps imagined) memory. One of my grandparents owned the perfect pair of kitchen shears. Used to slice apart meat and bone, these shears are just perfect and balanced in every way.
Eventually I found them – I think. The WASA Inox shears are like holding that memory. They are perfectly balanced and have a pleasing weight. They move smoothly and confidently and cut through damn near everything. My pair spends half its life in the kitchen and the other half in the shop.
They are supposed to be a multi-tool, with serrated jaws for opening jars and even a screwdriver for…screwing and unscrewing poultry? And they have a red coating. That flakes off with alarming ease.
Ignore all that and focus on what’s important. These scissors are insanely good at scissoring. They are worth the $80 or whatever they cost. If I lost this pair, I would buy another in moments. I got mine from The Best Brushes.
Editor’s note: Be wary of The Best Brushes…so many nice things.