Koopy Children's Scissors

Koopy Children's Scissors

Koopy Scissors are ideal for children who are just learning how to cut. They spring open automatically to help children develop their scissor skills. Flip the switch and they become normal scissors.

Our PriceCAN$2.99
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Koopy Scissors teach kids how to cut safely, with a spring activated handle that automatically spring open for assisted cutting. The spring can be deactivated at any time, and the scissors used normally. Rounded tips provide protection while cutting and a smaller blade and handle size offer easier control. Koopy Scissors are strong and durable, made with brushed stainless steel blades to withstand even the toughest youngster!

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