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Kai 5627: 7 1/2" Scissors


Product Description

This is the KAI 5627 - 7 1/2" scissor.  This is a great all-purpose shear that excels in cutting various materials and fabrics associated with crafting, sewing, and quilting projects.  Additionally, it is popular for use with rubber stamping projects as well.  

Another unique feature of the KAI 5627 is its large handle design.  The large handle design lends itself to premier comfort, and fatigue-free cutting.

When compared to the KAI 5626, the KAI 5627 has a one inch longer blade length.  This allows for a greater cut length, while still maintaining the clean and effortless cut expected from a KAI blade.

As with all of the KAI 5000 Series scissors, they are made of a hardened stainless steel.  This allows the blades to keep their edge for longer, and gives them a smooth, sharp cut all the way to the tip.


Free shipping for orders in the USA. Additional shipping fee for international orders

Product Videos

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Versatile scissors that offer the precision blades for cutting fabric and large handles for more leverage. A fantastic all-arounder. Thanks to Jane Monzures for being in our videos!

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  1. Great for left handed people. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on May 3rd 2021

    I am left handed and find it hard to use scissors. These scissors feel light and easy to use. They are also very sharp.

  2. Very sharp and sturdy but wish they were non stick 4 Star Review

    Posted by on Oct 19th 2015

    Like all Kai scissors, these are very sharp and cut rubber stamps smoothly. However, when I used them to cut EZ Mount cling cushions to attach to the unmounted rubber stamps, I had a sticky mess on my hands as the adhesive gummed up the blades. I cleaned the blades with sewing machine oil. The blades on these are also quite thick, making it hard to make sharp curves while cutting rubber stamps. I'm glad I bought the 6 inch rubber stamping scissors, since it was easier to cut curves using these.