The Kai 7240-AS scissor is ideal for aramid fabrics. This category of difficult fabrics has given rise to the high quality Kai 7240AS. With it's serrated blade and high carbon, hardened stainless steel blades, fabrics like Kevlar®, Nomex®, Carbon-Fiber, Dyneema®, Spectra®, Carbon Fiber, Fiberglass, and Fire Resistant Fabrics are easily cut. So, whether you are cutting industrial fabrics to light satin's, the Kai 7240AS is the right tool for the job.
The 7000 series scissors, including the 7240AS, are made of a high carbon, hardened stainless steel. The addition of carbon allows for a steeper cutting angle, giving the scissor a sharper, finer edge. The carbon allows the finer edge to last longer. This gives the 7000 series a better ability to cut thicker fabrics and allow for easier use.
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What is serration and what does it do? DIY designer Jane Monzures runs through those questions and some others you might not have thought to ask yet.
Posted by Charley Cashen on Apr 6th 2018
Outstanding shears for cutting the turnout gear I repurpose into bags. I've bought 3 pair so I'll never be without one.
Posted by Oleg on Nov 12th 2017
The best shears I ever had. Already bought 4 pcs.
Posted by Juliette on Oct 28th 2016
I already have quite a few pairs of Kai scissors, and love them. I'd heard how great the serrated ones are for cutting slinky fabrics, and they do not disappoint.
Posted by John M. on Aug 19th 2016
I have been using my Kai 7240AS scissors for about 4 weeks. I need to be able cut many different materials ranging from 1/2" nylon, dyneema and spectra line, and Kevlar/Mylar laminates. My new Kai scissors have preformed flawlessly. I like the way the serrations on the lower blade grip the material, allowing the upper blade to cut. I have several pair of very good scissors, but now my go-to scissors are Kai.
Posted by Matt Brown on Apr 27th 2016
Nice small serrated edges. Smooth operation. Cuts Kevlar/Aramid very cleanly. I really like these. Mine have gray handles though, not black like the site lists.
Posted by Matt Brown on Apr 24th 2016
I am 6'5 and these fit my hands with all five fingers. All of the cuts are quick and accurate. I really like them.