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Surviveware’s Trauma Shears Tool for Wounded Individuals

Woodbridge, United States – August 13, 2019 /MarketersMedia/

Surviveware, a leading hiking and preparedness brand, has released a perfect addition to any emergency or first aid kit: the Medical-grade Trauma Shears, which are tailored to provide convenience and rugged quality during emergencies.

Unlike other shears that dull quickly, Surviveware’s trauma shears are designed to withstand heavy usage and wear and tear. Each shear is covered with high-quality fluoride coating that prevents rust and build-up on its edges. This coating also ensures blades stay sharp longer and makes the shears distinctive in a chaotic situation.

With its sharp edges, these shears can cut through thick materials such as denim, seatbelts, bandages, and heavy fabrics. What makes this possible is the 7.5” angled blades that strategically provide convenience in cutting through thick fabrics in emergency scenarios.

Customers love the soft-grip features that Surviveware incorporated into the scissors. Each pair has comfortable finger loops and a rounded thumbhole that provides added comfort and protection to one’s hands. With this ergonomic design, discomfort during use is dramatically reduced.

Surviveware prides itself on creating functional and portable preparedness and safety tools for outdoorsmen and emergency responders. This feature is evident in the design of their trauma shears, which are handy and easy to carry. The shears utilize bonded stainless steel metal in its body, which makes it lightweight. For easy access, emergency personnel and responders can hook these shears with a carabiner and attach it to their belts.

Since it’s easy to prick patients or oneself with pointed scissors, Surviveware incorporated blunt, rounded tips to ensure that these shears won’t accidentally nip skin and cause further injuries.

Surviveware’s Medical-grade Trauma Shears have become emergency staples in schools and households. In the following review written by Marty, a Surviveware Amazon customer, he shared his experience using these shears while recovering from an injury:

“I actually use these scissors to cut the tape bandages that support my broken toe on my left foot. I was having a hard time using regular scissors to get through them, looked on Amazon, and these were one of the first that popped up and good reviews. They are very well made and make cutting so much easier!”

Make taking care of wounds more manageable with Surviveware’s Medical-grade Trauma Shears. Get your pair for 20% off when you use a Surviveware Amazon discount code.

Click here and take advantage of this limited offer today.

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Organization: Surviveware
Phone: 703-910-5188
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