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Daiso Stainless Steel Scissors 180mm

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Background

Back in May 2022, I thought of getting long scissors to cut things like papers and cardboard that are big in size. Since I am not in a hurry to have such stuff, I decided to take my time and look around at physical shops to get one.

I went to a few shops and found long scissors, but the prices set me back as I think a cheap one will do. Eventually, I went to Daiso and looked for one.

At Daiso, I found one that is considered long to me: the Daiso Stainless Steel Scissors 180mm. Since it cost only SGD2.14, I decided to get it.

The Stuff

The Daiso Stainless Steel Scissors 180mm is just like any typical scissors. It is the symmetrical type where the holes and blades are the same in length.

Here are some pictures that I have taken to show what the stuff looks like:

The Daiso Stainless Steel Scissors 180mm in its packaging
The Daiso Stainless Steel Scissors 180mm in its packaging

The Daiso Stainless Steel Scissors 180mm itself
The Daiso Stainless Steel Scissors 180mm itself

The scissors are in open mode
The scissors are in open mode

Usage and Experience

I have been using the Daiso Stainless Steel Scissors 180mm for a while now. The blades of the scissors are not really sharp but still work like how scissors should be.

On the back of the packaging, one of the points states "Do not use on cardboard, thick paper or other stiff objects." I did try to cut cardboard and it works but it takes some effort like using two hands if the cardboard is large in size. It is not meant for heavy-duty cutting.

You can watch the video of this stuff below or on YouTube:


Final Thoughts

Overall, I feel that the Daiso Stainless Steel Scissors 180mm is an affordable scissor for cutting light stuff like paper. If you are interested to get one or finding out more, you can head to any Daiso store to try your luck.

Alternatively, you can click on some of the alternatives that I have found on Amazon: