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Kids scissors with blunt tip, £0.71 @ Amazon (+£4.49 Non-prime)
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Kids scissors with blunt tip, £0.71 @ Amazon (+£4.49 Non-prime)

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Posted 6th Jan
Free delivery for prime members, no minimum spend.
  • Westcott craft sissor with stainless steel blades
  • colorful handles made of plastic, 5 cm scale on the blade
  • right-handed scissor
  • blunt scissors are most suitable for ages 4+
  • 3 years warranty
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They may be blunt, but someone cut me finger open with 1 of these in primary school! Still have the mark on my finger!
WaffleMan12306/01/2020 19:38

They may be blunt, but someone cut me finger open with 1 of these in …They may be blunt, but someone cut me finger open with 1 of these in primary school! Still have the mark on my finger!


Are any kids scissors totally safe though?
Cold my daughters a lefty
thanks
Delivery is a rip-off on Amazon these days. £4.49 to post these? No thanks. And no I'm not interested in Prime - I hate upselling.
paully06/01/2020 23:46

Delivery is a rip-off on Amazon these days. £4.49 to post these? No …Delivery is a rip-off on Amazon these days. £4.49 to post these? No thanks. And no I'm not interested in Prime - I hate upselling.


I begrudged paying the subs when we weren't using it that much but it's easy to recup the cost these days with the savings I'm making. Besides, there's something like Amazon household so for instance your other half gets an account for themselves with all the benefits of prime, but none of the costs. The additional users have to set up their own payment methods and don't see you wishlist or purchases so potentially you can add your parents or adult children and share the cost of the subscription.
Magda11107/01/2020 11:03

I begrudged paying the subs when we weren't using it that much but it's …I begrudged paying the subs when we weren't using it that much but it's easy to recup the cost these days with the savings I'm making. Besides, there's something like Amazon household so for instance your other half gets an account for themselves with all the benefits of prime, but none of the costs. The additional users have to set up their own payment methods and don't see you wishlist or purchases so potentially you can add your parents or adult children and share the cost of the subscription.


Totally agree
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