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Wow. These scissors are essentially (literally!) doing a 180° on the current design of scissors. Way to think outside the box and create something super intriguing. This design is pretty ingenious with the (virtual) fulcrum sitting out beyond the tips of the cutting blades. I can't wait to see how they work in practice and what kinds of offset models could be made to work. Congrats on an awesome idea! I would love to be able to buy these on Amazon or something.
I wonder if making these with a sort of lightly "hawkbilled" blade shape of some sort could make them cut from the tips back toward the handle instead of from the handle toward the tips. I don't know if that would be a useful design feature or if it's just cause more problems with cutting longer straight lines, but it's where my mind went with it.
Scam School does it better ._.
This is awesome- conceptually and functionally. I voted for this one in the Fidget Spinner Design Challenge ?