Cynamed Trauma Shears (Black) – Safety Medical Scissors with Blunt Tip

$5.99$24.99

(35 customer reviews)

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USEFUL FOR ALL – Whether you are a nurse, EMT, doctor, paramedic, or in the military, you are likely to have a first aid kit handy. It is incomplete without a pair of tactical trauma shears, which you might need at any time, as you have to rise to the occasion. Even adventure enthusiasts should have a couple of heavy-duty black trauma shears with them.

TOP QUALITY – EMS trauma shears have to be of the best quality as you can’t compromise when dealing with someone who needs medical attention. Moreover, the cut has to be neat and sharp. This is why these black trauma shears are there with the sturdiest fluoride-coat stainless steel. The extraordinary craftsmanship ensures this pair is durable and won’t get rusted or corroded easily.

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  • 1 x Black Cynamed Trauma Shears with Blunt Tip and Serrated Blade

 

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Cynamed Trauma Shears (Black) - Safety Medical Scissors with Blunt Tip

Are you looking for the best trauma shears?

It is always responsible to carry a pair of bandage shears in your first aid kit as you never know when a trauma response is required. Accidents and emergencies are unpredictable, so you never know when there might be a need for good trauma shears. 

Go ahead and place your order for this pair of trauma shears right away! You can rely on this paramedic-recommended set of scissors every time.

Some Other Features Of Black Trauma Shears

ALWAYS BE PREPARED – Need a clean, crisp cut in a hurry? Trauma shears are just what you need! These medical utility shears ensure you are ready to handle any situation without panicking. They are the ideal addition to your first aid kit.

SAFE FOR USE – These trauma scissors have serrated blades that can cut through almost anything- they have a smooth pivot and can work well for DIY projects too. For instance, they can be used to cut the one side bodysuit off your newborn. After his diaper explodes in the car seat when he is 5 days old and too young to bathe. The blunt rounded tip on these safety shears ensures it doesn’t cut skin, even in a highly tense emergency situation. We know it as EMT trauma shears because EMTs and medical professionals use them. To remove clothing from a person before administering first aid quickly.

ERGONOMIC GRIP – For those who deal with emergencies regularly, you can’t have scissors that are painful to hold. These shears are lightweight and easy on the hands. The ergonomic design ensures you can grip them without the hassle and complete the job as quickly as possible. Rest assured, they won’t slip from your hands while cutting.

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  1. Rex C. Becker

    Great, sharp and quality scissors. I really like the blunt nose keeping me from poking holes in my hands.

  2. Cynthia Seley

    This was very useful

  3. Shawn R

    These shears are well made and have a smooth, tight action and the blades feature a black finish which seems durable. The shears cut well and fit in the small first aid kit I obtained them for, they will also fit a standard paramedic/EMT pouch. The black finish is nice for folks who have a need to be tactical or just “tacticool”.Overall nice, well built shears. Four stars.

  4. Hathi

    Picked these up for our Explorers’ Tripp’s first aid kit. Replaced a very cheap pair of scissors meant only for gauze and tape. These aren’t great by any means but better if we would need to cut off a shirt or pants, etc. for aid. Fairly light weight and opening / closing is a little tight but will get the job done in emergencies.

  5. Michael G

    These shears work really well, seem well made and are comfortable to use.

  6. Mike King

    Cut great and strong.

  7. Steve Taylor

    Remember those scissors advertised in TV that can cut a penny? That’s what these are. I’ve had a pair for about 30 years and they’re still going strong. These are very similar if not the same. Just a different color. I don’t think they’re for professional use but for around the house they work great. Perfect for gardening and for cutting things that you wouldn’t dare cut with your good scissors.Price good scissors and you’ll see that a few dollars for these is worth it.

  8. Christian Henriquez

    I got these they are awsome passed the penny test, have uesd them out in the feild and have worked great have not had any issues with them at all.

  9. Mel

    I’ve been an EMT/Paramedic for 18 years, so I’ve had my fair share of sheers, I’ve used them all… the cheapo shears you get from pharmacy companies and EMS week gifts, down to the leatherman raptors when they first came out. These pair of shears is definitely a good compromise between both worlds. They don’t feel cheap, they are comfortable (as comfortable as shears can be) to use when making heavy cuts, and soo far the blade has not dulled… even having cut through a zipper or two. You can tell it’s good quality and for the price, you certainly can’t beat it! I’d put it’s quality almost up there with my raptors, just without all the fancy bells and whistles of ring cutters and center punches and everything else that comes with the $70 shears. For around $7, these are the best one’s I’ve used soo far…. they cut just as well as the raptors… and seriously, how many times have you needed to cut a ring or break a car window. Yes, it’s cool to some people, but on a daily, you’re needing to cut things more than anything. I barely carry my raptors around anymore because I don’t want to lose them (yes I have two pairs)… but these, do the job well and if I lose them, or someone else takes them from me (come on you know it happens), I’ll just get another pair.

  10. LLLL

    Good addition to my trauma/first-aid kit on my vehicle. It cut thru fabrics, tapes, bandages etc. with ease. The tip is blunt and protected, so you don’t have to worry about stabbing whoever you are working on. The handles are comfortable, and slightly grippy, so it is easily manipulate-able with gloves on (and/or with slimy/slippery liquid…. eg. blood). The quality is OK, not the smoothest shear I had used, so I rate this as an occasional use item.Thank you for reading this review, I hoped that this review & the pictures are helpful to you in support of your purchase decision.

  11. USA1

    Not for “professional” usage do to the quality.Not smooth cutting action.Gritty and binding.OK for minimal use.Holding and using easily demonstrated lower quality.

  12. Amazon Customer

    For medical scissors Big issue, they do not open or close easywhen you are cutting a wound bandage from a leg,you need to be able to have scissors that open and close smoothly.

  13. GregGreg

    We got these for our first aid kit. What with having two hyperactive male rescue dogs constantly vying for dominance, we seem to be doing more wound care than we either expected or wanted.These shears fit my large hands comfortably. I’ve included pics of both left- and right- handed use – the only difference is the direction of the little tab on the tip of the shears.They cut gauze and stretch knit easily, and are a good addition to our emergency kit.If you haven’t used trauma shears before, they are toothed, which allows them to grab material securely while cutting, preventing pulling. This is helpful when you’re removing a dressing from a wound, as it’s easier to be very gentle with trauma shears than regular scissors.

  14. SAMANTHA H.

    This is my third time of buying the scissors. I keep them in my first aid bag, in my injury bag, and actually I keep one in my desk. They cut extremely well and you don’t have to worry about cutting or scratching yourself with other scissors.

  15. Amazon Customer

    My only complaint is they are not as hearty as I thought they would be. They work so I am happy.

  16. TMTM

    First Aid kits are something that most either don’t have, or they are so old that the content expired before many people you know were born. That being said: Have at least one at home, in the car, in the garage, in your bug out bag. AT LEAST!These black metal stamped bandage scissors (or trauma scissors) come from different brands with very little difference. Average price is between $7-$12. Usually they are overpromised as ‘EMT Scissors’ and buzzworded ‘Healthcare’, ‘Paramedic’, ‘ER’, ‘Nurse’ and so on. The truth is that these are just a little better than the household shears from the Dollar Store. They look more tacticool, but I doubt many professionals use them. X-Shears are at around $40, the hardcore Leatherman Raptor can be yours for $70.In daily use a Scotch or 3M will outperform these low-grade trauma shears for harder materials by far. Stanley offers a descent one for $6 with a nice black finish. So why would you want this one?The main feature of bandage scissors is the rounded tip on the lower blade. This prevents hurting skin when cutting through bandages or fabrics. For ergonomics the handle is angled similar to fabric scissors. Keeping the blades parallel to the surface lets you cut faster. The black EMT shears have bigger bows, assuming some first responders wear thick gloves when on the scene and have to deal with thicker materials. It’s more likely that you have to cut away denim pants or heavy fabrics to get to the wound when you are at the scene of an accident. The small silver scissors (often labeled ‘surgical grade’) are the type a nurse would use to open your bandage. These are also not expensive, so while you are at it, get a pair for at home.I took a photo of different low-end scissors: (1) Professional bandage scissors (2) Bandage scissors from an Home First Aid Kit (3) From a First Aid Car Kit (4) Prestige Medical Fluoride Scissor, Black, 7 1/2 Inch (5) Cynamed Trauma Shears. 2 and 3 are junk. If you have one of these in your car/outdoor medical kit, upgrade immediately! 4 and 5 are almost similar in shape and price. The Prestige has a nicer finish and the blades move smoother. But the Cynamed is better because the tips don’t overlap. The overlap makes your scissors get stuck. The fabric will bend the blades slightly apart and you have to wiggle it open. It’s already hard enough pressing the handles together to cut through fabric. Imagine you have to pull it open again to free the blades every few cuts. Get yourself a drink, put on some relaxing music, and try to cut through a towel. You will hate it. Imagine doing the same on the side of the road, with blood, and dirt. The Cynamed will do the job. I tested it. I do miss that towel. Will it last? Yes, for the one time you have to use it. Replace them after. You can still use the old one for Halloween. Give the new one a light coat of WD40, put it in a Ziploc (don’t want to show up with rusty blades!), and keep it where it’s the first thing to grab when you open up your kit. Why four and not five stars? The finish is just not good enough and could be much better. Especially the teeth feel very uneven. I hope it helps.

  17. FRANK S. FOWLER

    FEEL GOOD IN HAND WHEN USEING.

  18. D. Miller

    These work but they’re not the top notch stuff. I’ve had a number of other pairs that only cost a couple dollars more from Amazon and the blades are tighter and seem like they have more cutting power. Trauma sheers should be able to cut through a penny and although I haven’t tested it, doubt these will. That being said, they WILL cut through clothing and do probably 90% of what they’re designed to do. If you’re just looking for a pair for a go-bag or emergency kit, these will service you. If you’re a true medical professional, I’m sure you have better options.

  19. Ellis OthersEllis Others

    Amazing scissors. They will cut through almost anything including coins! I cut through a penny with these! Note that these scissors aren’t for basic everyday use. You’ll want to save them for heavy duty cuts as the blade can dull like regular scissors.

  20. Trisha Frick

    Very stiff and hard to move. Didn’t seem like a “typical” pair of medical scissors.

  21. Myra View

    Bought this while treating a surgical injury that needed bandages cut. It didn’t even cut a piece of string. It curved at a weird angle vs others brands. Get the good old fashioned stainless steel one.

  22. Michael G

    These shears work really well, seem well made and are comfortable to use.

  23. Christian Henriquez

    I got these they are awsome passed the penny test, have uesd them out in the feild and have worked great have not had any issues with them at all.

  24. ring0

    Real paramedic scissors can cut clothing off a patient in one pass – denim, leather, shoes, whatever. The instructor for my CPR class used to demonstrate this by cutting through a penny. These shears won’t do that.The shears pass neither the penny test (they did leave a nice notch) nor the bamboo chopstick test (again, a nice notch). They will cut through one layer of thin belt leather, and through cloth. If you try to force the blades they will separate slightly and trap hard things between them.The black coating on the blades also flakes off under pressure. And the handles aren’t particularly comfortable.Meh.

  25. Shawn R

    These shears are well made and have a smooth, tight action and the blades feature a black finish which seems durable. The shears cut well and fit in the small first aid kit I obtained them for, they will also fit a standard paramedic/EMT pouch. The black finish is nice for folks who have a need to be tactical or just “tacticool”.Overall nice, well built shears. Four stars.

  26. Richard

    I’ve found these to be an excellent quality set of trauma shears, and at a great value too. The coating is durable and the handles are sturdy. I’ll be carrying these in my wilderness first aid kit in a salt water environment, where I expect they will last for many years.

  27. Cynthia Seley

    This was very useful

  28. Victor Blake

    Got these specifically for cutting first aid tape and wound dressings. Had an injury that needed daily or twice daily dressing and was using a pair of household scissors which was awkward and poked my skin a few times. Decided that the right tool for the job would help and it does. Should have gotten these years ago. Highly recommended to get a pair of these for both car and home first aid kit and just add it to your kit.

  29. Honest FeedbackHonest Feedback

    These are high quality trauma shears! The serated edge on these shears makes quick work of cutting through clothing which is great in case time is a factor.

  30. Amber

    Comfortable to use. Strong

  31. Mike King

    Cut great and strong.

  32. Estella Hastings

    Very durable and safe

  33. Hathi

    Picked these up for our Explorers’ Tripp’s first aid kit. Replaced a very cheap pair of scissors meant only for gauze and tape. These aren’t great by any means but better if we would need to cut off a shirt or pants, etc. for aid. Fairly light weight and opening / closing is a little tight but will get the job done in emergencies.

  34. Rex C. Becker

    Great, sharp and quality scissors. I really like the blunt nose keeping me from poking holes in my hands.

  35. BkWurm1

    These are not a great quality. They don’t easily slide beneath bandages so it’s difficult to cut them and the scissors stick. Odd gritty coating too. I bought a smaller pair from a different seller and had far better results. (Artzone Lister bandage scissors). Night and day difference. Misplaced them one times and had to use this pair and I’m the end I had to use regular scissors to finish the job. I’m just going to throw them away.

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