Excellence of Surviveware Trauma Shears Showcased in 500th Amazon Review

Surviveware’s Medical-Grade Trauma Shears Mark Another Milestone in Success

Woodbridge, United States - March 18, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

Surviveware is pleased to announce that their Trauma Shears have received their 500th Amazon review, thus, sealing the product’s milestone as an essential first aid kit and EDC essential. As a top-rated preparedness and adventure gear brand, Surviveware once again proved their worth as an emergency and medical care “must-have.”

Surviveware designed these shears with their users in mind. As such, the company guarantees satisfaction.

One of the key features of these scissors is the body. The shears are made of premium-grade stainless steel that gives more durability. Flimsy shears break easily and will not cut through thick materials. With Surviveware, the blades won’t easily dull out, thereby giving the user more value for their money.

The shears also boast an ergonomically-designed body which helps provide comfort and convenience to users. The large finger openings and adequately spaced thumbholes prevent discomfort and formation of blisters from prolonged use. Apart from keeping blisters at bay, the handles also provide more control to users. The soft-grip and non-slip contoured handles enable users to cut through thick fabrics and heavy materials. It also prevents the scissors from slipping off one’s hand during use.

ER personnel and paramedics have to deal with patients’ clothing before they can provide treatment. Hence, it is important that their shears easily get the job done without causing injury to the patient. Surviveware’s Trauma Shears have a serrated edge that allows them to cut through the toughest materials. Moreover, these scissors have black fluoride coating that enables them to stay sharp longer, by keeping off glue, adhesives, and body fluid from ruining the blades. The blunt, rounded tip prevents the shears from accidentally hurting the patient and the user during emergency care.

Surviveware’s Trauma Shears have continuously proven its capabilities as a reliable cutting partner. An Amazon customer named John put these shears to the test, writing in a review: “They worked perfectly I thought I'm going give these a real run so I got an aluminum can turn it on its side and cut it with no problem. Then I turn the upright cut the top were you open it and cut the top no problem no slipping of the blades no dulling of the blades. After I cut the can I got some paper and cut the paper perfectly these will last years to come."

Don’t settle for shears that don’t make the “cut.” Grab Surviveware’s Trauma Shears, and you’ll never have to worry about dull or uncomfortable cutting tools.

Hurry and take advantage of this opportunity right now by clicking here.

Contact Info:
Name: Amanda Condry
Organization: Surviveware
Phone: 703-910-5188
Website: https://surviveware.com

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