Milwaukee Tool’s 48-22-4046 job-site straight scissors feature a smooth cutting edge for burr-free cuts. Ruler markings on the front blades aid in precision. The scissors feature large handle loops for use with gloves. They are designed for right- or left-handed users and are chrome-plated for rust protection.
Jonard Tools’ JIC-195 stainless steel communication scissors are designed for telecom and electrical applications. They can cut cables up to ¼-in. in diameter. One blade is serrated for a secure grip, and there are two stripping notches in sizes 18–20 AWG and 22–24 AWG. There is an adjustable screw underneath the hinge gap to configure blades.
Jonard Tools’ JIC-183 scissors with wire stripper are designed to cut copper, aluminum, leather, plastic and other materials and cables up to ¼-in. in diameter. One blade is serrated for a tight and secure grip while cutting. It has a safety locking mechanism and adjustment. It features dual component polypropylene and thermoplastic rubber grip for ergonomics.
Jonard Tools’ ES-1964ERG ergonomic electrician’s scissors are made of chrome vanadium steel and reinforced with a hardening process. One blade has a serrated edge that holds wire in place for cleaner cuts. A scraper and file are located on the back of the blade, and the scissor-run is designed for cutting Kevlar and wire.
Jonard Tools’ JIC-186 wire and Kevlar cutting shears feature high-carbon stainless steel blades. The handles are made of dual-component nylon and Santoprene. The serrated blade is designed for gripping and sharp cutting.
Channellock’s 608TS 8-in. straight Tinner Snips scissors are designed to make straight and wide curves in any direction. Made in the USA, they are forged from molybdenum alloy steel. They are designed for sheet metal, vinyl, plastic, rubber and canvas. The blades are formed for complete cutting strokes and accurate trim cuts.