Forever COL-HWB Ceramic scissors

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Forever COL-HWB Ceramic scissors

Postby kwackster » Mon Jul 31, 2017 2:47 pm

Besides several knives i received from Forever Japan for testing i also got this pair of ceramic scissors.
Someone i know who makes custom swim wear & ballroom clothing for a living is going to use it for a while, and any feedback i get from her will be posted in this thread.
If no massive chipping or breakage occurs during that time i might even try to resharpen it later on.
You can click 2 X on each pic for more detail.





Text from the Forever website:

" FOREVER ceramic scissors are available in 3 blade sizes – 50mm, 60mm and 80mm – and in both white and black blades.
Ceramic scissors are lightweight, handy, easy to clean and will never rust.
These scissors are suitable as kitchen/household scissors and for use in more specialist applications.

Kitchen/household scissors
Can be used to cut lettuce, herbs and meat.
Ceramic is a chemically inert material – it will not cause food to turn brown or leave a metal smell, maintaining the appearance and natural odor of food.
Also suitable for cutting food wrapping and other plastic packaging or as general household scissors.

Kevlar and other fabrics
Kevlar fabrics and other fibers soon cause steel scissors to become blunt but FOREVER ceramic scissors can cut such materials while still retaining their sharpness over a long period.
Since ceramic is non-magnetic, these scissors can be used to cut magnetic media without causing damage or contamination."


Overall length : 8.66 inch (22,0 cm)
Sharpened edge length: 3.27 inch (8,3 cm)
Material: high density white ceramic made from zirconium oxide powder
Handle material: black plastic
Weight: 86 grams

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Re: Forever COL-HWB Ceramic scissors

Postby john » Sat Aug 12, 2017 8:31 pm

SPAM anyone?
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Re: Forever COL-HWB Ceramic scissors

Postby kwackster » Thu Sep 21, 2017 7:04 pm

Do read my other posts on this forum,

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Re: Forever COL-HWB Ceramic scissors

Postby dabron3 » Thu Sep 28, 2017 9:04 am

We have some ceramic scissors at home. Wifey like using them in the kitchen.

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Re: Forever COL-HWB Ceramic scissors

Postby natcherly » Thu Sep 28, 2017 4:14 pm

john wrote:SPAM anyone?

kwackster wrote:Do read my other posts on this forum,

Hi Robert. Most of us have read your other posts, but I must say many of them appear to be more promotional that simple reviews of stuff you recently got, products or systems you have tried, etc. A lot of them seem to be answers to questions that had not been asked. So you can see why john had that reaction. The onslaught of spammers and the constant fight to keep them at bay is never ending and is concerning to this knife collecting community.

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Re: Forever COL-HWB Ceramic scissors

Postby kwackster » Thu Sep 28, 2017 8:30 pm

None of my posts on this or any other forum are promotional, i thought that was obvious.
Whenever i review or modify a knife i do it for my own pleasure, and to see if there is any validity in certain advertising claims about specialty materials like ceramics or titanium, or whatever new material i can lay my hands on next.
I have posted these reviews and modifications on various other international knife forums as well, and so far everyone seems to like them.
If you like i can send you the links to each of them in a PM.
Now i know this forum is mainly about automatic knives (i still have to take a few good pics of the ones i have left), but since there are subforums about kitchen knives as well as a general discussion forum about knives i thought it a good idea to share my reviews & mods here as well.

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Re: Forever COL-HWB Ceramic scissors

Postby sammy the blade » Thu Sep 28, 2017 9:37 pm

I don't see your posts as spam. If there people that don't like them they don't have to read them. Your posts are about knives, and other things that cut and I've seen them on other forums. Just my opinion.
Set your goals low and your standards lower and you're gonna have good luck with the girls.

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