The thickness of the blade is thick, and in the office scissors the hard thing which the blade is opened and it becomes caught, the thick thing crisp cuts out. Since the cutting edge is shorter from the fulcrum than the finger from the fulcrum, I think that the force over the fingers will be applied to the blade. I always use the back of the scissors. Instead it is inconvenient when you want to cut with a long stroke because the blade length is short. Although it may slip and escape if it is hard, because one side is a Giza blade it will not run away. On the contrary, those that get caught between thin vinyl and other blades will not escape due to strong tension between the knife blade and the blade. Instead, if you cut paper, the jaggedness of the Giza blade will remain in the cut (good because it will not cut your hand at the cut edge of the paper), you can not use the technique to cut with Sue without chopping. Made in Japan at 1000 yen or less, this performance is very satisfying. In order to cut things other than paper it is decided by Kore. I liked it very much and I tried repeating.