Messermeister Take-Apart Kitchen Scissors, 20cm


Messermeister’s take-apart kitchen scissors are a nifty kitchen gadget for clipping herbs, dicing bacon and skinning chicken. These take-apart scissors are so much more than your standard scissors. The versatile scissors also double up as the following gadgets:

  • A screwdriver
  • A nutcracker 
  • A jar and lid opener
  • A bottle opener
  • A twig cutter

As well as all of the above tasks, use this durable pair for snipping the roots off vegetables, breaking down poultry and cutting your pizza. 

These take-apart scissors are suitable for right and left handed use. 

These scissors are not dishwasher safe. Hand wash in warm water and rinse and dry immediately. Avoid cleaners containing citrus and bleach.

About Messermeister 

Messermeister have been producing the highest quality steel knives since their foundation by Bernard Dressler in 1981. The name ‘Messer’ meaning knife and 'meister' meaning master not only roots the brand in their German heritage, but is indicative of the premium, hand-crafted blades they have been producing for decades. Now a female-owned company, Messermister continues to make quality and sustainably-sourced knives that are loved by professional chefs and home cooks alike. 

All Messermeister knives come with a ‘Knife For Life’ guarantee - reliable kitchenware that will really last for a lifetime.


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