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The 2014 CHA Show has come and gone and once again, it has proved to be an exciting event.
Fiskars was showing their most recently released scissors in the booth. They are the Fiskars Thick & Heavy Amplify Shears. They come in three sizes and are created to cut through a variety of heavy materials. The scissors are currently available on Amazon.com, and you can read our reviews of the 10″ size, 8″ size and the 6″ size (complete with video) here on Craft Critique!
Like their bigger sibling the 10″ Amplify Mixed Media Scissors that Deena looked at yesterday, the idea behind the new Fiskars 8″ Amplify Mixed Media scissors is that they are premium shears designed for cutting extra-thick mixed-media materials.
Fiskars’ brand name is synonymous with quality and these scissors live up to that and more. Sculpted thumb and forefinger loops fit the shape and the natural movement of the hand and allow you to cut through many types of media without your hand tiring. The patented technology, which causes the blades to sense separation, and then transfer the energy to a torsion bar, which adjusts the blade and allows it to shift to its optimal cutting angle is quite ingenious. All of this essentially means that you can pick up any kind of mixed media item that you can envision and use these incredible scissors to cut it into the shape required for your project. Continue Reading →