I should've looked at the picture better before purchasing, but I was expecting a design that specifically caters to cutting kinesiology tape. They were just plain, straight blade scissors. The blades are sharp, for now, which is nice, but the finger-holes are too small to be able to efficiently transition from cutting to application. The other chiropractor in my office uses Kinesio tape and scissors, and their scissors are much nicer than these. I will always choose RockTape over Kinesio Tape, but I wish RockTape had some scissors that were just as superior as their tape.
Premium stainless steel, soft grip scissors make for a perfect tape cutting companion.
As with any scissors you buy new, they came sharp. Initially they begin to cut very well but as I performed more cuts the effectiveness dropped dramatically. I realize that cleaning is necessary on a regular basis to remove the adhesive, especially when using the extra sticky. My only wish is that these were coded somehow to prevent the adhesive from sticking so firmly.
I do agree that the slots for your fingers are somewhat small. Specially when you are trying to move fast and cut and use scissors off and on. But the actually scissors cut very well. This is actually my second pair I have one for a work and one for at home now because I like how well they work for cutting through multiple layers of tape compared to other generic scissors.
Good quality blades and they cut tape nicely; but the holes are small for my fingers. If the holes were bigger where I could get 3-4 fingers in this would be 5 stars for sure. A small holster (or optional purchase for it) would be a benefit as I could protect the blades and my clients when the scissors are on the table and in my bag.
They work great, with nice clean cuts but way to small. They barely fit in my hands and I'm not a big guy. They get lost in my kit due to their size.
They look and cut great, however they are way to small for my hands. Probably perfect for a small male or most female hands.
Needs a larger ( one) finger hole.